£110,000 Fixed price
**NEW FIXED PRICE FROM MOTIVATED SELLER, HOME REPORT £120,000**
This is a great opportunity to acquire a realistically priced end of terrace villa set within a quiet residential cul de sac
The property occupies a large corner plot and offers a well proportioned family home over two levels. The ground floor contains a large entrance hallway which leads to a sizeable lounge with dining area to the rear which in turn leads off to the integrated breakfasting kitchen. The upper floor offers three well proportioned bedrooms and a three piece family bathroom. The home also offers gas fired central heating and double glazing.
The front and side gardens are very generous in scale and also provide private off street parking whilst the rear is contained and laid mainly to lawn.
Millburn Street is well positioned on the edge of the village and local amenities including primary school are within easy reach and there is ease of access to Milton of Campsie and Torrance. Glasgow City Centre is just some thirteen miles away by road via the M80 and M8 for those who commute and there is also a regular bus service to the city.
A great opportunity to acquire a quietly positioned end terraced villa
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