£124,500 Offers Over
This is a big, roomy 4 bedroom house ideal for family living and situated in a good position close to the sea front and Stair Park and convenient for shops, schooling, swimming pool etc
The house will have its origins dating from circa 1860s and has been further extended in more recent times. The house is predominantly of stone construction under a pitched roof overlaid with concrete tiles.
The house provides a good balance of accommodation arranged over ground, first and attic floors and can be described as follows: Entrance Vestibule with timber front door and decorative plaster cornice and ceiling frieze and tiled floor.The Hall provides access off to the living room, bathroom and kitchen, stair to the upper floors and window to side. The Living Room is a large space with two windows to front and a window to rear. This room is of L shape configuration. Moving along the hall to the bathroom which has window to side and further comprises bath, wash hand basin and WC all in white. The Kitchen, with wide window to side, is fitted with a range of cabinets at base level. Timber frame porch with poly carbon roof. From the porch there is access out to the main back garden and a small area of garden to side.
Upstairs at first floor level is a landing with decorative cornice and from where there is access to bedroom 1 and the bedroom 4. There is an archway through to the staircase which continues to the attic floor. Bedroom 1 is an impressive room with 2 windows to front and window to rear. The room has an impressive decorative cornice. Equally this room could be utilised as a sitting room. Bedroom 4, with window to front, is a small single bedroom with decorative cornice. At attic floor there is a landing affording access off to 2 bedrooms and the toilet. Bedroom 2 has a dormer window to front and from here there is an excellent view across neighbouring properties towards Woodland Bay and Ailsa Craig. The room is a good sized double and has coombed ceiling. Bedroom 3, with dormer window front, has the same view as bedroom 2. This room is also a good size double and has built in wardrobe and coombed ceiling. Rounding off the accommodation is the toilet which is fitted with WC and wash hand basin with electric water heater over. There is a Velux window to rear.
The house has gas central heating and windows are mainly double glazed (with the exception of window downstairs in the hall and the 2 skylights).
This property further extends to provide a walled garden which is at the rear of the house. The garden is paved for easy upkeep. In the garden in a brick built garage, approx 17'4'' x 8'7''. The garage has light and power and double timber doors as well as a side door. Vehicle access into the property is taken by way of double timber gates from Ballybroke Street, the lane running behind the property. There is a small area of garden at the side of the house which is gravelled and where there is an apple tree.
A great family home or even has B&B potential. A good locality less than 300 yards from the shore. Viewing is recommended.
EER: Band E (57)
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