£62,000 Offers over
RE/MAX Plus are delighted to present to the market this immaculate rarely available two bedroom end terrace property in the popular Shotts area.
The property comprises a welcoming entrance hallway, modern fitted kitchen with space for dining area, two double bedrooms one with built in storage cupboard and a family bathroom. The property also comprises of a large enclosed front and rear garden and benefits from having double glazing and gas central heating.
Call Darren Young at RE/MAX Plus today to arrange your viewing appointment!!
Shotts is a small rural town in North Lanarkshire, Scotland. It is located almost halfway between Glasgow and Edinburgh. Shotts has a number of sports facilitated in the local community.The town is served by Shotts railway station, which is connected on the Shotts Line between Glasgow and Edinburgh. Shotts has several schools within such as St.Patrick's Primary, Stane Primary, Dykehead Primary and Calderhead High School.
Living room - 10' 9'' x 15' 0'' (3.27m x 4.56m)
Kitchen - 7' 7'' x 17' 2'' (2.30m x 5.24m)
Bedroom One - 10' 4'' x 14' 2'' (3.16m x 4.33m)
Bedroom Two - 13' 1'' x 10' 11'' (4m x 3.34m)
Bathroom - 6' 0'' x 7' 10'' (1.83m x 2.40m)
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