- Ideal for single professionals, first-time buyers, downsizers or investors alike
- Located within the desirable area of Barassie, Troon
- Quiet, residential cul-de-sac
- Front and rear gardens
- Gated driveway
- Mid-terrace, 2-bedroom home
Lewis Reid Residential of Keller Williams proudly presents 4 Roughlea Place to the market. This charming 2-bedroom, mid-terrace home is the epitome of comfortable living and is perfect for single professionals, first-time buyers, downsizers or investors alike. The property is situated in a residential cul-de-sac in the desirable area of Barassie, Troon and is conveniently located for local amenities including shops, transportation links, and schooling.
A mid-terrace dwelling, the property features: welcoming hallways, a kitchen, a reception room with sliding doors to the rear garden, a primary bedroom, a second bedroom/study, a bathroom, a driveway, and front and rear gardens.
The chipped, low-maintenance front garden welcomes you to the property, entering the property, you are welcomed into a spacious hallway, on the left, the kitchen complete with a built-in oven and electric hob. Moving back through the hall and into the reception room which provides access via sliding glass doors to the large rear garden. Outside, the rear garden provides a tranquil space, perfect for enjoying a morning coffee on the paved patio or enjoying an evening glass of wine on the decking. The rear garden also has flower beds, a space for bin storage and access to the gated driveway. Upon returning to the property and moving upstairs, off of the hall you have the primary bedroom with a built-in wardrobe, a second bedroom/study, and a bathroom.
The property is located in Troon, a charming coastal town in South Ayrshire. It is a popular destination, known for its sandy beaches, scenic views and world-renowned golf courses. Royal Troon is particularly famous for hosting the Open Championship. Troon beaches are also a big draw, with miles of coastline to explore, swim, sunbathe and participate in water sports. In addition to its natural beauty and golfing attractions, Troon also boasts a lively town centre with a variety of shops, restaurants and pubs. The town also hosts several festivals and events throughout the year. Troon benefits from an array of public transport links, with Troon and Barassie Train Station servicing access to Ayr, Glasgow and Edinburgh, and bus routes to nearby towns. For the motorist, Troon has road links to the rest of Ayrshire, and is bypassed by the A78 dual carriageway which provides connections to the Glasgow-bound A77/M77. Troon has many primary schools available, with secondary schooling available at Marr College. Overall, Troon is a wonderful place to live, offering a perfect blend of natural beauty and modern amenities.
The rental valuation would be in the region of £575-£595 pcm.
Council tax band: C