£128,500 Offers Over
This is a very attractively presented 3 bedroom house conveniently situated for easy access to ASDA, the railway station and all other local amenities. The house, which was built circa early 1900s, is principally of stone / brick construction with a pitched roof overlaid with slate. The property has been extended in more recent times is middle terraced and provides spacious accommodation arranged over 2 floors.
The accommodation comprises: Entrance Vestibule with double glazed uPVC front door, tiled floor and double glazed / uPVC inner door to hall. The Hall provides access off to living room, sitting room and kitchen. Stair with impressive timber balustrade. The Living Room, at the front of the house is a spacious well proportioned with original decorative centre rose and a built in press. The living room windows are fitted with plantation shutters. The Sitting Room, to the rear of the house and with garden aspect is roomy and would also be ideal as a formal dining room. The Kitchen has dual aspect with window rear and side. This is a good space fitted with a range of base and wall mounted cabinets of a contemporary style and extending to provide integrated hob, oven and glass / stainless steel extractor canopy. From the kitchen there is a double glazed / uPVC door to the back garden.
Upstairs. At mezzanine level there is access off to the bathroom. The Bathroom, with window to rear is fitted with a wash hand basin, w.c. and vanity unit and a bath with mixer shower over and glass screen to side. The bathroom is well appointed and comprises tiled floor, tiled walls and waterproof panelled ceiling with down lights. There is a heated towel rail. At first floor level there is a wide, generous landing from where there are doors off to the three bedrooms. Bedroom 1, with dormer window to front is a good sized double bedroom. Bedroom 2, with window to rear is a double bedroom and from this room there are doors which open out and provide access to the gas central heating boiler. Bedroom 3, with Velux window to front is a good sized single bedroom.
From the upstairs back bedroom there is an attractive outlook over the garden towards ground which lies behind Vicarton Street and beyond to the Water of Girvan.
The house is in nice decorative order, windows are double glazed in uPVC casements (which exception of those that are velux style these being double glazed in timber casements) and central heating is by way of gas.
At the back of the house is a good sized garden which is enclosed by hedge or timber paling fence. The garden is predominantly fashioned in lawn. At the immediate rear of the house is a paved timber deck. There is a concrete path running the full length of the garden. Timber shed.
There is scope at the immediate rear of the house for existing accommodation footprint to be further extended. This offers great scope for enlarging the kitchen to create a large kitchen / dining space. Any such development would be subject to obtaining the appropriate local authority consent.
This distinctive house with its impressive red sandstone frontage and offering great living space: an ideal family home, viewing is highly recommended.
EER: Band D (56)
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