£210,000 Offers over
23 Mclelland Drive, Kilmarnock is a traditional red sandstone villa situated in a sought after area of the town. This large semi detached property provides spacious accommodation across three levels and is in excellent condition throughout. Number 23 benefits from having its own driveway to the front of the property which is laid with decorative chips.
The property is entered through a tiled porch with wooden storm doors and opens into a breathtaking hall which is wider than average and has fabulous high ceilings with plenty of light flooding through it.
To the front of the house there is a formal lounge with a large bay window. The open chimney allows for a real log burning fire in this room which is rarely seen nowadays. The lounge has folding glazed doors which can open up to the sitting room behind it. The sitting room has a lovely outlook over the rear garden and decked area. This room also has a focal point fire which is powered by gas.
At the rear of the ground floor there is a cloakroom and several built in cupboards, before reaching the large open plan dining area and kitchen. This extended part of the house provides ample space for a large dining table and chairs. The kitchen area does also have a breakfast bar providing a further seating area. The kitchen is made up of white units with a complimentary black worktop. With three windows on the side of this room and the fullback wall above the units being glazed, this is a very light and bright room. From all the windows there is a view over either the outside deck area or the rear garden.
The bathroom upstairs is situated on a half landing and comprises of a bath with overhead shower, wc and wash hand basin.
On the upper level there are three bedrooms, all of which can accommodate a double bed. The master bedroom is rear facing and overlooks the pretty garden and bedroom two and three are front facing. Bedroom two has a feature bay window like the one on the lounge below.
The walled garden at the back of the property is very private and is fully enclosed. The well maintained lawn covers the majority of the space and is surrounded by matured plants, shrubs and a variety of fruit trees (apple, pear and plum). There is a large decked area to the side of the house running from the back of the sitting room and runs the length of the cloakroom, dining area and kitchen so it has plenty of space for an outside dining table and chairs and sun loungers.
Overall, this property is a fabulous family home in a great location. With the generous room sizes and high ceilings that come with a traditional built home like 23 McLelland Drive, the house feels spacious and is very light and bright. The garden is safe for children and pets and is a great space to spend time outside.
Room sizes (approx):
Lounge - 4.2m x 6.0m
Sitting Room - 3.7m x 5.0m
Dining and Kitchen area - 3.5m x 7.2m
Bedroom 1 - 3.75m x 4.65m
Bedroom 2 - 3.2m x 5.3m
Bedroom 3 - 2.75m x 3.1m
Cloakroom - 1.3m x 2.4m
Bathroom - 2.25m x 1.96m
Kilmarnock offers an extensive range of shopping amenities to include many High Street names as well as several supermarkets all easily accessible. Excellent schooling is available locally within the catchment area for Annanhill Primary School, Gargieston and the Grange Academy. Kilmarnock also offers a wide selection of restaurants and cafes. Public transport facilities locally include regular bus services with frequent rail travel from Kilmarnock Railway Station. In addition, there are good road links providing easy access to the A77 and M77 Motorway.
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