£85,000 Offers over
Well-presented and flexible, three-bedroom, dual-aspect duplex flat with plenty of natural light. Set within a converted bank building, located in the town centre of Kilbirnie, North Ayrshire. The entranceway has a secure phone entry system and carpeted stairs that lead up to bedroom two with a rear aspect window, three separate cupboards and ample space for further storage and bedroom furniture. On the first floor, the inner hall affords access throughout, including to the bright front aspect living room afforded plenty of natural light and with a feature multi-fuel stove fireplace. The modern kitchen has ample space for dining furniture and fitted units with wood-effect worktops, tiled backsplash, and an inset sink set below a rear aspect window. Appliances include an integrated electric oven and hob with extractor hood above, fridge/freezer, a freestanding washing machine and space for further whitegoods. Generously-sized bedroom one is set to the front with two large windows that allow for more natural light, and features tall ceilings with a ceiling rose, and a store cupboard. The family bathroom, also rear-set, has a contemporary three-piece suite with a separate shower cubicle, tiled flooring, and inset lighting. On the second floor, bedroom three offers a flexible space that can also be used as a study or guestroom with an adjoining WC with a two-piece suite.
The small Ayrshire town of Kilbirnie is found in a semi-rural location, within easy reach of larger Ayrshire towns, as well as Irvine, Paisley and Glasgow. There is a range of small independent local shops, and a Tesco supermarket, with a good variety of pubs and restaurants. Set amidst rolling countryside, the area is rich in walking and cycling paths, with many other recreational amenities available, including sailing and watersports with marinas at nearby Troon, Inverkip and Largs, and several very popular golf courses available locally. There is education from nursery through to secondary levels, with both primary and secondary schooling within the Garnock Campus. The road and motorway links are ideal for those commuting throughout the central belt and regular bus services give access to surrounding districts, with railway stations at nearby Glengarnock and Lochwinnoch.
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