1 bedroom ground floor flat for saleEast Donington Street, Darvel, Ayrshire, KA17
Sold STCM £18,000
- SPACIOUS GROUND FLOOR FLAT SET IN A SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION
- LARGE LOUNGE
- GAS CENTRAL HEATING
- DOUBLE GLAZING
- SHOWER ROOM
- WORKS WILL BE REQUIRED TO SORT THE BEDROOM CEILING AND UPGRADING OF KITCHEN AND SHOWER ROOM
Choice Properties bring to the market this spacious 1 double bedroom ground floor flat that is set in a sought after area.
This home will require some remedial works to the bedroom ceiling and upgrading of the kitchen and bathroom.
The accommodation on offer comprises of an entrance porch, hallway, large lounge with space for dining, kitchen, double bedroom & shower room.
The property also has front and rear gardens.
4`10" x 4`0" (1.49m x 1.20m) approx
Accessed from the front via a wood and glazed door the entrance porch gives access to the reception hallway.
6`1" x 4`1" (1.83m x 1.26m) approx
Accessed from the entrance porch via a wood and glazed door is the reception hallway.
There is a ceiling light, radiator and a carpet is laid.
The reception hallway gives access to the lounge-dining room.
16' 1" x 14'1" (4.90m x 4.28m) approx
Accessed from the reception hallway via a wood and glazed door is this good sized, front facing lounge.
There are ample power points, 2 radiators, a ceiling light and a carpet is laid.
The lounge has a deep set cupboard that measures 6` x 4` ( 1.84m x 1.36m) that has internal fitted cupboards offering great storage space.
There is space for a dining table and chairs and the lounge also gives access to the kitchen and bedroom.
17' 1" x 6`1" (5.31m x 1.98m) approx
Accessed from the lounge the kitchen comprises of wall and base units, there is a ceiling light, radiator, ample power points, space for a fridge freezer, space and plumbing for a washing machine, and space for a cooker.
The kitchen gives access to a rear hallway.
10' 1" x 4' 10" (3.21m x 1.47m) approx
There is open access from the kitchen to the side facing rear hallway.
The rear hallway has a door to the gardens and also gives access to the shower room.
8'1" x 4'1" (2.58m x 1.38m) approx
Accessed from the kitchen via a wood door is the side facing shower room.
The shower room comprises of an inset shower, wash basin and a w/c. There is a ceiling light and a radiator.
14' 1" x 11'1" (4.51m x 3.42m) approx
Accessed from the reception hallway via a wood door is this good sized rear facing double bedroom.
There are fitted wardrobes, a ceiling light and a radiator
The ceiling will need partly replaced in this room.
The front of the house is chipped. There is on street parking available to the front of the house. There is also a small rear garden.
Darvel is situated on the A71 road that runs from Irvine on the west coast to Edinburgh on the east. The town is nine miles east of Kilmarnock and is the most easterly of the Valley Towns, the others being Hurlford, Galston and Newmilns.
The River Irvine flows through the town and once powered local mills.
There is a Town Hall, a Sports Centre (Gavin Hamilton Sports Centre), and two play-parks (Kirkland Park and Morton Park). Darvel FC's old stadium now belongs to Darvel Juniors. There are also football pitches at the Morton Park and at the Sports Centre, which plays host to Darvel's amateur football team, Darvel Victoria's, home games.
There has been a new sports cage built, like the ones in neighbouring towns etc., it is eligible for small-sided games of football and basket ball, and is located between the Gavin Hamilton Sports Centre, and a skate park has been built which is very popular locally.
A Gala Day is held every two years, which attracts many visitors, as do the various festivals and open days held in the town. There is the Darvel Parish Church and the Lady of the Valley Chapel. There is a Bowling Club too, which holds events for the younger and older. There are a few pubs in Darvel - 'The Horseshoe', 'The Black Bull' and 'The Railway'.
Darvel has its own Primary school and Secondary education is provided at Loudoun Academy in Galston.
The Village has an array of shops which serve local needs and day to day requirements. There are also further local businesses that provide professional services and facilities.
The West Coast of Ayrshire and its beaches is close by. Prestwick International Airport is 15 miles away and has regular and enhanced flight service flights to London, Dublin and the rest of Europe.
Glasgow Airport is 25 miles away and is the main route for all the major tour operators and also has regular services southbound. Ayr is 17 miles away and is Ayrshire's foremost town and as such offers a good range of high street shops, supermarkets, recreational and professional facilities.
In addition there are a number of well-renowned restaurants. Ayrshire is famous worldwide for golf with championship courses at Royal Troon and Turnberry. Colin Montgomery's new course at Rowallan Castle outside of Kilmarnock opened in the spring of 2009.
There is also excellent sailing with yachting marinas at Troon and further up the coast at Largs and Inverkip. Irvine has its own harbour and water sports club. Game sports are supported in the region with some of South West Scotland's finest salmon and trout fishing available in the area's lochs and rivers.
Equestrian Pursuits are exceptionally well catered for. There are several local schools and arenas.
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