£78,000 Offers over
Splendid mid terraced villa offering attractive accommodation formed over three levels. A highly flexible layout of accommodation comprising as follows; entrance vestibule, sizeable lounge and fabulous full width dining kitchen with access to garden. The upper level provides landing area, two bedrooms and bathroom with shower whilst the loft level offers the third spacious bedroom. In addition to fresh and tasteful decoration the specification also includes double glazing and gas central heating. The property benefits from garden grounds both front and rear which are low maintenance in nature. To the rear a driveway provides ample off street parking while leading to the garage. Scotia Street is set within central Motherwell to provide easy access to all local facilities including shopping, schooling and adjacent train station. An excellent example of it's kind presented to the market at an attractive asking price the agents advise early internal viewing.
Lounge 15'10" x 15'4" (4.83m x 4.67m).
Kitchen Diner 15'10" x 6'11" (4.83m x 2.1m).
Bedroom One 9'1" x 11'5" (2.77m x 3.48m).
Bedroom Two 9'1" x 10'10" (2.77m x 3.3m).
Bathroom 6'9" x 6'5" (2.06m x 1.96m).
Bedroom Three 14'10" x 10'3" (4.52m x 3.12m).
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