This is an attractively presented 2 bedroom upper cottage flat situated in a nice street convenient for all local amenities.
The flat has its own main door entrance and garden.
Built circa late 1930s the flat is constructed of brick under a pitched roof overlaid with rosemary clay tiles. Windows are double glazed in uPVC casements and central heating is by way of gas. The flat forms part of larger building making a block of 4.
The double glazed/uPVC door on the side of the building opens into the Entrance Vestibule from where the stairs lead off to the first floor.
There is a timber/glass inner door at the top of stairs affording access to the Hall, where there doors off to all the rooms, a built cupboard and a window to side. The Living Room is spacious with window to front and alcove (with cupboard hosing the electric consumer unit). The Kitchen, with window to front , is an L shape space with cabinets mainly at base level and comprising integrated hob and oven. The central heating boiler is in the kitchen.
Bedroom 1 , a large double bedroom , had rear facing window and built shallow press. Bedroom2 is also a double bedroom with deep built in cupboard and window to rear. The Bathroom, with window to side is fitted with wash hand basin, bath with tap shower over and glass screen to side and WC. The walls around the bath are tiled.
The interior is light and airy and fresh decorative order. There are new carpets throughout (October 2020)
The garden, mainly to the rear, is laid in grass bounded by timber fence and hedge. There is an area of grass to left of the path into the property . This grassed area also forms part of the property for sale.
Well worth viewing. Good first time buy . Also great letting prospect.
Girvan provides a range of amenities which include nursery, primary and secondary schooling; a leisure facility with swimming pool, state of the art gym and soft play area (this called The Quay Zone); community hospital; a town centre with independent and multiple retailers; ASDA supermarket; 18 hole golf course; attractive seafront and harbour; railway station with connections north to Prestwick Airport and south to Stranraer. Turnberry Hotel and Golf courses are close at hand as is Culzean Castle and Country Park. The county town of Ayr is approximately 22 miles and Prestwick Airport approximately 26 miles. Glasgow is about 56 miles.