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11 Killochan Street

The house, which is single storey and middle terrace, has been comprehensively modernised and upgraded with these works being undertaken through October 2014-June 2015. The end result of this programme of refurbishment is an extremely well put together house in great order throughout and providing a good balance of accommodation.

The interior which is excellent decorative order and in a neutral colour palette throughout is arranged to provide the following spaces: Entrance Vestibule with double glazed front door, tiled floor, cabinet housing electrical switch gear, tiled wall and timber/glass inner door to hall. The Hall provides access off to bedroom 1 and living room. Bedroom 1, with window to front is a double bedroom. The Living Room is a large space with window to rear and a timber/glass door to inner hall and further door off to the second bedroom. Bedroom 2 is another double bedroom with window to rear. The Inner Hall provides access to the bathroom and kitchen and there is a timber/glass door to the rear outside. The Bathroom is a light, airy space and comprises bath with mixer shower, wash hand basin and WC in vanity unit. The walls and floor are tiled. The ceiling is fitted with waterproof panelling and down lights. The Kitchen with rear facing window is fitted with a contemporary range of cabinets extending at base and wall mounted levels and which further comprise an integrated gas hob, oven, stainless steel splash back and stainless steel extractor canopy. There is an inset sink unit with mixer tap and plumbing for automatic washing machine. Around the worktops the walls are tiled.

Windows are double glazed in uPVC casements and central heating is by way of gas. The gas central heating boiler is located in the kitchen. The heating system, wiring and windows were all improved/replaced as part of the refurbishment programme.

The garden area at the rear is very neat and tidy. This space is enclosed by wall and fencing and the area is level and laid in mono block and paving which is turn makes for easy upkeep. There is a timber potting shed and double gates which open on to a lane which runs behind this terrace row. The gates afford vehicle access into the property for valuable off street parking.

The house will have its origins dating from early circa 1900′s and is of brick construction under a pitched roof overlaid with slate. The house has in more recent times been extended.

This house is in truly walk in condition and viewing is highly recommended in order to appreciate its many merits.

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