£240,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|29 July 2016||£235,000||£45,000|
|24 May 2013||£190,000||N/A|
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Spacious and well presented, three bedroom, detached bungalow, with a conservatory, mature private gardens and a garage. Set in a quiet residential area, located in Alloway, a suburb of Ayr, to the south of Glasgow. The vestibule leads into the L-shaped hall which has engineered wood flooring, two cupboards and serves each room in the property. With aspects to the front and rear, the bright and spacious living room features quality engineered wood flooring, a wood burning stove, ample space for lounge furniture, and sliding doors to the generously sized conservatory which opens onto the rear garden. The kitchen is fitted with contemporary units, laminate worktops and a stainless steel sink, with integrated appliances including a five burner gas hob, double electric oven and space for further freestanding white goods. The master bedroom features carpeted flooring and a stylish en-suite shower room. Carpeted bedroom two is set to the front, and single bedroom three is to the rear, whilst the bathroom features a modern white three-piece suite with a mains mixer over-bath shower. Alloway is a conservation village that is a suburb of Ayr and is best known as the birthplace of Robert Burns and the setting for his poem "Tam o' Shanter", with Burns Cottage and the Brig O’Doon located nearby. There are two main public parks in Alloway, a primary school, library, post office, general store, church, pharmacy, tearoom and gift shop. Just two miles away, the historic county town of Ayr has a comprehensive range of retail shopping, transport and recreational facilities. For the commuter, the A77 bypass provides easy access to Glasgow City Centre and nearby surrounding districts while Prestwick International Airport offers flights to many destinations.
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