This semi detached 3 bedroom house is situated in a cul-de-sac which comprises houses of similar style and vintage. The house was built circa early 1950’s and has been modernised in recent times. The property also comprises a large plot which provides garden to the front and back of the house and also a driveway.
The accommodation provided is configured as follows: Entrance vestibule with double glazed uPVC front door. The Hall with timber/glass inner door provides access off to the Living Room and Bathroom. Off the hall is the staircase leading to the first floor accommodation. There is a built in shallow press and a window to side. The Living Room has a window to front and has a log burner on a tiled hearth with timber over mantle and there is an alcove. From the Living Room a door connects through to the kitchen. The Kitchen has double glazed window to rear and upvc double glazed back door. Modern base and wall mounted cabinets with integrated hob, oven and extractor canopy. There is a built in cupboard with electric meter and there is a shelved press. Completing the accommodation on the ground floor is the Bathroom to the rear of the house and it is fitted with bath, wash hand basin and wc both in vanity units. Tiled floor and walls. There is waterproof panelling surrounding the bath. Upstairs there is a landing which affords access to the three bedrooms. Bedroom 1 has double glazed window to side, fitted wardrobes and furniture (the dimensions for this room are taken from the edge of the fitted furniture). Bedroom 2 is again a double bedroom with window to side, view to the Loch from this window, built in wardrobe. Bedroom 3 has window to rear overlooking the garden and to woodland. There is fitted furniture and built in wardrobe.
The interior is in good decorative order.
Double glazed in uPVC casements and heating is by way of electric storage heaters.
The front garden is enclosed by a low level wall and this space is mainly ornamental in fashion. The driveway runs along the side of the house to the back garden where there is ample parking would be ample space for the erection of a garage. The back garden backs on to woodland.
Kirkcolm has a primary school, church, village shop, pub and bowling green.
Offers around £70,000