Keller Williams UK
1 bed Apartment Sold

Bennoch Place, Prestwick, Ayrshire

£80,000 Offers Over

Property Description

  • Property Type Apartment
  • Gas is currently supplied to the property
  • The property has a Private Garden listed available as outdoor spaces

The front door (flanked by an external storage locker) opens into a ground-floor vestibule. From here, a comfortably-carpeted stairway leads up to the first-floor accommodation and directly into an inviting reception room. This carpeted living area, with flexible space for both lounge and dining furniture, is heightened by a bright dual-aspect, including a southerly-facing French window with a Juliet balcony.

The reception area leads to a carpeted hall (with built-in storage) affording access to the kitchen. The kitchen comes equipped with modern white cabinetry, integrated with an electric oven and hob (with an extractor hood), and a breakfasting peninsula, with additional provided space for a freestanding washing machine and fridge/freezer.

Also reached form the internal hall are a carpeted double bedroom, with a mirrored fitted wardrobe, and a tastefully-appointed bathroom. The bathroom features a WC, a pedestal basin, and a shower-over-bath with a glazed screen, all framed by chic monochrome tiling. The property benefits from electric heating and double glazing throughout.

Externally, there is plentiful unrestricted on-street parking, and a space allocated to the property.
Prestwick

Lying on the scenic west Scotland coast, approximately 30 miles from Glasgow, Prestwick is ideal for those seeking a well-connected seaside town location, with excellent road and rail links. The town is also home to Glasgow Prestwick airport running international flights. Prestwick is served by a good selection of high street shops, major supermarkets, and a library.

In addition to the town’s sandy beach, a delightful spot for outdoor recreation, there are numerous indoor and outdoor sports amenities on offer, including a swimming pool, leisure and activity centres, an athletics stadium, and numerous golf courses in the surrounding area. There is also a diverse range of restaurants, cafés, bars, and pubs, and an Odeon cinema in nearby Ayr.

Nearby attractions for all the family include the historic Greenan Castle, Heads of Ayr Farm Park, and the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum and Memorial Gardens. Schooling from nursery to secondary level, both independent and state-funded, are provided, with numerous institutions to choose from. The town lies adjacent to major A-road links, whilst rail services include those to Glasgow Central take less than an hour.

• Quiet seaside town location
• Immaculate, airy interiors
• Attractive upper villa
• Entrance vestibule & internal hall with storage
• Sunny & spacious living/dining room
• Modern breakfasting kitchen
• One double bedroom with storage
• Tasteful bathroom
• Allocated on-street parking
• EH and DG
Council tax band: NotSet

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