£170,000 Guide Price
This property is *** SOLD WITHIN TWO WEEKS *** 48 Gilberstoun Brig is an immaculately presented, bright and spacious 2 bedroom terraced house, situated within a quiet cul-de-sac which forms part of an exclusive residential development.
The accommodation, which is of move-in condition, comprises of: entrance vestibule; living room with feature electric fireplace; modern, well-equipped dining kitchen with integrated electric oven, gas hob and access to expansive under-stair storage cupboard; conservatory with patio doors opening to the rear garden; stair to upper landing with access to attic storage; double bedroom 1 with 2 storage cupboards off and fitted mirrored wardrobes; double bedroom 2 and contemporary family bathroom with electric shower over bath.
There is gas central heating, double glazing, gravelled front garden with path; enclosed rear garden with low-maintenance gravel, private residents parking to front, with one allocated parking space and additional visitors spaces.
The energy efficiency rating for this property is band D.
It is our understanding that this property is subject to Council Tax Band D, however please check with the local authority.
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