Within walking distance of the train station and the beach, this three-bedroom end-terrace house in the seaside town of Ayr comes fully refurbished throughout, providing an immaculate family home that is ready to move-into. With brand-new fixtures and fittings, neutral white décor, and rich oak-style flooring, the property offers a blank canvas for the new owners and further boasts two large gardens and excellent off-street parking.
Nestled behind a white stone garden, with a well-tended front lawn and a drive, the door to 7 Glenriddel Road opens with a bright reception into a pristine hall with solid oak flooring and useful under-stair storage. Immediately to the left is the living/dining room, which enjoys a spacious floorplan for relaxing, entertaining, and dining. It is heated by a vertical radiator and share and shares a sociable semi-open plan with the kitchen.
The kitchen itself features contemporary grey cabinets and crisp white worktops, illuminated with natural light from a glazed door and a window with delightful garden views. All-new appliances include an integrated ceramic hob, extractor hood, and electric oven. An undercounter washing machine and space for a freestanding fridge-freezer is included. There is also space for a dishwasher or tumble dryer.
Completing the ground floor accommodation is a stylish three-piece bathroom suite with a modern monochrome colour palette and an overhead shower with glazed screen.
A carpeted staircase with an attractive quirky handrail leads upstairs to the first-floor landing. Three airy bedrooms extend from here with low-maintenance timber-style flooring. The master bedroom provides a spacious double room with a built-in wardrobe and storage cupboard, whilst the remaining bedrooms can be used as cosy doubles or, ideally, as generous single bedrooms. The second bedroom also comes with built-in storage. A contemporary three-piece shower room, with a double walk-in shower and a drenching rainfall showerhead, finishes this fully refurbished property.
Gas central heating and double glazing ensure a warm yet cost-effective living environment all year round.
Externally, the home is accompanied by a large sunny garden that is fully enclosed and laid to lawn for playing children. Backed by mature trees and leafy greens, it includes a bulky shed for storage and a side patio for summer barbecues. A driveway provides off-street parking for four cars.
EPC Rating C
Extras: all fitted floor coverings, window blinds, light fittings, integrated kitchen appliances, and a washing machine to be included in the sale. Please note that the living/dining room and the three bedrooms have been virtually dressed to show how the layout could work.
The popular coastal town of Ayr is most famous as the birthplace of the poet, Robert Burns, and for its long sandy beach, where you can stroll along the promenade with an ice cream and enjoy family time. For days out, nearby Alloway is considered one of the most picturesque conservation villages in Scotland with its pretty gardens and quaint Brig ODoon. The historic remains of Dunure Castle, the beautiful Culzean Castle and estate, and the world class luxury hotel and resort, Trump Turnberry are also a short journey by car. Ayr services all your needs with independent shops, coffee shops, supermarkets, restaurants, hotels, schools, and professional services, as well as offering a wide range of recreational facilities and golf at Belleisle, Seafield, and Dalmilling Golf Clubs. Walkers are also spoiled for choice and racing enthusiasts will know that Ayr Racecourse is home to the Scottish Grand National and Ayr Gold Cup festival. The mainline railway station provides services north to Glasgow and beyond and south to Stranraer. The property is in the catchment area for the excellent state schools: Forehill Primary School and Kyle Academy.