£65,000 Fixed price
|9 May 2008
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Now at a Fixed Price this one bedroom first floor flat with garage is situated on Dundonald Road, which is within walking distance to Troon town, train station and just a few minutes walk to Barassie Beach. This traditional sandstone flat is suited to a wide range of buyers,so early viewing is essential.
Entrance to the property is via the main communal door on Dundonald Road. The property itself is located on the first floor with all windows situated overlooki ng the large well tended rear gardens. The long hallway with storage off leads to the good sized lounge / dining room , there is a fitted kitchen area with a range of floor and wall mounted units, a double bedroom and a family bathroom that completes the internal layout.
Externally, the property has the added benefit of the level large mainly lawned rear gardens which are perfect for enjoying barbecues and socialising in the good weather
The property also benefits from Gas Central Heating and Double Glazed windows.
Troon is a charming coastal town known for its stunning views of the Firth of Clyde and the Isle of Arran.
World famous as the venue for The Open Championship which will be played at Royal Troon next year, golfers are spoilt for choice with seven golf courses to suit every budget but Troon has so much more to offer than just well manicured fairways with great hotels, restaurants, festivals and more.
The town centre offers a variety of independent cafes, restaurants and gift shops.
With two stations, Troon and Barassie, and two services per hour to and from Glasgow and Ayr, it is easy to reach by train and by car the town is no more than forty minutes from the centre of Glasgow whilst Prestwick Airport is also only a couple of miles away.
Living / Dining Room
16'4 x 10'10
6'10 x 6'7
10'9 x 9'9
6'7 x 5'1
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