£249,999 Offers over
This fabulous traditional Terraced Cottage is one of Kilbarchan's oldest properties right in the heart of the conservation village. Traditionally weavers properties are tardis like in their deceptive internal size.
Magnificently re-designed by the current architect owner this is a jaw dropping beautiful property with use of space and a combination of old and new features.
Internally comprising open plan lounge with stripped beams and atrium ceiling construction, allowing uninterrupted mezanine and atrium views. Currently utilised as a four bedroom layout with dressing room, ensuite and full sized office allowing for a 5 bedroom configuration if required. The ground floor has a fabulous feel with spacious separate dining area , modern fitted kitchen, utility room and an unbelievable original stone turnpike staircase. The property is further enhanced with double glazing and gas central heating (with new boiler fitted March 2017) and external walls have been insulated with 100mm of insulation.
This is a sensational opportunity to acquire one of Kilbarchan's most desirable properties at a great price set by emigrated owners.
The Home Report Valuation on this Property is £295,000
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