This lovely one-bedroom first-floor flat with garden, is brought to market in move-in condition.
Enjoying a prime location in the coastal town of Girvan, within easy walking distance of local amenities and the idyllic beach, this appealing one-bedroom first-floor flat is brought to market in a move-in condition, with neutral interiors and spacious accommodation. It is also available fully furnished and offers a generous living/dining room, a well-appointed kitchen, a contemporary bathroom, and a private section of a large rear garden.
Reached by a secure communal entrance and stairwell, the flats front door opens into a welcoming hall that is characterised by crisp white décor and rich timber detailing. It has soft carpeting for comfort and a trio of cupboards for convenience, leading directly into the living/dining room which generously spans the entire depth of the flat, providing space for comfortable lounge furniture and a table for sociable meals. This reception area continues the attractive theme of décor too, enhancing the tranquil atmosphere along with a picture window that floods the room in sunlight. The kitchen is adjacent, coming well-appointed with base and wall-mounted cabinets and ample worktop space. Illuminated by an abundance of natural light, it is a good-size for everyday use, accommodating a range of freestanding appliances (gas cooker, fridge-freezer, and washing machine). Next door, the spacious double bedroom, supplemented by a built-in wardrobe, has a peaceful and airy ambience heightened by a subtle accent wall and a large picture window. Completing the home, the gleaming white bathroom comes with a contemporary three-piece suite, including a double-ended bathtub and a luxury rainfall overhead shower. Gas central heating and double glazing ensure a warm, yet cost-effective living environment.
Outside, a low-maintenance garden area provides a sunny space for summer dining. The property also has a private secure cupboard on the ground floor of the building for the storage of garden furniture and other items. Unrestricted on-street parking is available along Dalrymple Street.
Extras: sold as seen, including all fitted floor and window coverings, light fittings, and freestanding kitchen appliances. All other furnishings are available if required.
EPC Rating - C
• Appealing first-floor flat
• In the coastal town of Girvan
• Close to amenities & the beach
• Spacious, neutral interiors
• Welcoming hall with 3 cupboards
• Generous living/dining room
• Well-appointed kitchen design
• Spacious & airy double bedroom
• Contemporary 3pc bathroom
• Private ground-floor storage
• Low-maintenance private garden area
• Unrestricted on-street parking
• Gas central heating & double glazing
Girvan, South Ayrshire
The quaint seaside town of Girvan is located in the southwest of Ayrshire in an unspoilt area of natural beauty, flanked on one side by open countryside and rolling hills and on the other by the Firth of Clyde and a vast sandy beach. Along with a working harbour, the idyllic beach is a real draw no matter the season, providing panoramic views to the Isle of Arran and to the dome-shaped island of Ailsa Craig, rising 1,120ft out of the Firth of Clyde just ten miles away. Of course, in the summer the coastline is even more appealing, whether for walking, swimming, or relaxing in the sun. The town is also served by a great range of local amenities with a variety of shops and convenience stores, a post office, banking facilities, and a large Asda supermarket. Furthermore, it is home to a fantastic selection of restaurants and takeaways, bars, and hotels. For golf enthusiasts, there is a challenging 18-hole golf course too, and for those who prefer to exercise indoors, The Quay Zone leisure centre offers a swimming pool, a gym, and various fitness classes. Schooling is available within the town at both primary and secondary level. Travelling north by car, the A77 provides swift travel to Ayr (21.5 miles) and to Prestwick Airport in approximately forty minutes and to Glasgow (56.7 miles) via the M77 in around 1 hour 20 minutes. A local train station provides additional connections, offering commuters viable travel options. The nearby village of Cairnryan has ferries to Ireland for weekends away in Belfast.