End of terrace house situated in a terrace row of houses of similar style and vintage and located in a central position close to the towns main street, Victory Park and schooling. All other local amenities are easily accessible.
The property sits on the corner of Ailsa Street East and Bank Burn lane.
The house was built circa early 1900s and has been extended in more recent times. With the exception of the rear porch windows are double glazed in uPVC casements. Central heating is by way of gas.
The house provides accommodation over ground and first floor comprising: Entrance Vestibule with double glazed uPVC front door, electrical switch gear, tiled floor and timber/glass inner door to hall. The hall provides access off to the living room and kitchen. The Living Room has windows to front and side. The Dining Kitchen is to the rear of the house with 2 windows to rear and comprising a range of base and wall mounted cabinets along one wall which extend to provide integrated ceramic hob and extractor canopy. Timber stair with open treads provides access to the upper floor accommodation. Timber/glass door connects to inner hallway. The inner hallway has double glazed uPVC door to rear porch and from the inner hall there is a door through to the shower room. The Shower room, with side facing window, is fitted with WC, wash hand basin and shower stall with mixer shower unit. The rear porch is of timber/glass formation and is in poor condition.
Upstairs a small landing provides access to 2 bedrooms. Bedroom 1, to the front, has double glazed dormer window, built in cupboard. Very coombed ceiling. Bedroom 2, has dormer window to rear and very coombed ceiling.
At the rear the property has access to a shared drying green.
Offers over £39,500