£225,000 Offers over
Allan McDougall are proud to present to market this traditionally built semi-detached cottage which provides spacious family accommodation over two levels. This wonderful family home is set in quiet street and yet is located close to the town centre and all its amenities. The spacious accommodation comprises on ground floor level: Entrance vestibule, hallway with storage, wonderful bay windowed lounge, dining room, box room currently used as a bedroom, fully fitted kitchen with breakfast bar, range cooker, extractor, and a range of base and wall units, with window and door to the rear. The upper level has a wonderful upper hall with walk in storage, roof window, loft access, master bedroom with dormer window to the front, bedroom two with dormer window to the rear and a family bathroom with separate corner shower. The property is further enhanced with gas central heating, double glazing and private gardens to the front and rear which are ideal for outside entertaining. There is also a large workshop and store located to the rear. Viewing is essential to fully appreciate the property on offer as there are very few properties of this stature in the area.
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