£45,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|25 October 2019||£32,500||£10,500|
|9 February 2007||£43,000||N/A|
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Bright and well-presented, one bedroom, dual-aspect flat, set on the first floor of a traditional block. The property is set on a quiet residential street and is located in the rural town of Maybole, to the south of Ayr. The carpeted entrance hall serves each room within the property, and offers a storage cupboard and space for outerwear. Set to the front, the light and airy living room features carpeted flooring, cornice-work, a storage cupboard, and offers a view over countryside and fields. Set to the rear, the modern kitchen is fitted with contemporary wall and base units, solid wood worktops and a ceramic sink, with integrated appliances including a ceramic hob with a stainless steel backsplash, an oven and extractor hood, with space and plumbing for freestanding white goods. The generously sized double bedroom, which has previously been used as the living room, features wall mounted lighting, carpeting, cornice-work, and a recessed window affording plenty of natural light. Completing the accommodation and set internally off the hall, the bathroom is fitted with a contemporary white three-piece suite with an electric shower over the bath, tiled splash walls and a wood-effect vinyl floor.
The charming town of Maybole lies astride the A77 approximately 9 miles south from Ayr, and 50 miles southwest of Glasgow. With amenities available locally throughout and on the busy high street, and a wider range of facilities available in Ayr, the town is well connected by road, bus and rail links. Schooling is well-provided for by three primary schools, with secondary education at Carrick Academy. For family-friendly activities, there is also a wealth of history in the area, with a number of castles closeby including Maybole Castle in the town itself and the well-known Culzean Castle overlooking the Firth of Clyde. The area also offers numerous golf courses, parks, as well as the easily accessible trails and beaches along the coast.
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