£205,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|9 June 2022||£217,000||£74,000|
|12 November 2012||£143,000||£12,000|
|14 July 2006||£155,000||N/A|
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Immaculately presented, four-bedroom, detached family home, located on a quiet leafy street and set in the North Ayrshire town of Beith. The entrance hall has wood-effect flooring, a cupboard, and the carpeted stairs leading the first floor. The bright and spacious open-plan living/dining room has aspects to the front and rear, contemporary flooring continued from the hall, coving, and a decorative fireplace, with ample room for both lounge and dining furniture. With a door opening onto the rear garden, the kitchen is fitted with contemporary units with stone-effect worktops, a stainless steel sink, an integrated gas hob, double gas oven with a grill, fridge/freezer and a freestanding dishwasher. A separate utility room is accessed from the garden and includes a washing machine and tumble dryer. Set to the front, bedroom four includes a stylish, modern en-suite shower room with a mains shower. Upstairs, there are three flexible bedrooms, all with laminate flooring and built-in wardrobes and space for further storage. Completing the accommodation, the stylish shower room features a modern white suite with a walk-in shower enclosure, a mains rainfall showerhead and a feature ladder radiator.
Beith, also known as “Hill o’ Beith after its Court Hill, is a small town situated in the Garnock Valley, North Ayrshire, approximately 20 miles south-west of Glasgow. Beith has a mixture of cottages, traditional and modern homes, and has a range of local amenities including a Co-op, as well as a medical practice, restaurants, and a primary school. There is a number of green areas around including Barrmill park, a golf court and Kilbirnie Loch for fishing. The A737 is close by, allowing quick access to the surrounding areas and to motorway networks for further travel throughout Scotland.
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