- A First-Floor Flat
- Boasting a 110-Ft Garden
- Two Generously Sized Double Bedrooms with Built-in Wardrobes
- Tranquil Cul-de-sac Location
- Generously Sized Rooms
- Close to Nature
- Easy Commuting
- Village Charm
- An Abundance of Internal Storage
Lewis Reid Residential of Keller Williams proudly introduces 20 Shewalton Drive to the market. Nestled within a tranquil residential cul-de-sac, this spacious first-floor flat is a rare find that boasts both comfort and convenience.
This property offers a wealth of features that cater to modern living. Upon arriving on the street, the pathway leads you through an inviting arched gate, offering glimpses of lush woodlands and the neighbouring playpark. Stepping inside via the welcoming entrance and heading upstairs, you are greeted by the main hall, complete with ample storage solutions. To the left-hand side of the property is the bright and generously proportioned reception room which seamlessly connects you to a well-appointed kitchen, complete with a dining area. To the right-hand side of the property are two large and bright double bedrooms, both equipped with built-in wardrobes. And finally, to the rear, is the family bathroom finished with cream tiles throughout. As you explore outside, you'll discover the charm of the low-maintenance 110-Ft rear garden, featuring a lush expanse of grass, tastefully arranged shrubbery, and a handy hut for additional storage. Parking is a breeze in this cul-de-sac, with designated areas ensuring convenience for residents and visitors alike. The quiet ambience of Shewalton Drive sets the tone for peaceful living, offering a sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle.
Nestled within the picturesque village of Drybridge in North Ayrshire, this property presents a unique blend of tranquillity and accessibility. Residents will relish the proximity to local amenities, including a shop, transportation links, and captivating natural landscapes. Drybridge itself is a quaint village enveloped by captivating countryside, while nearby locales such as Dreghorn, Dundonald, Irvine, and Kilmarnock provide further options for exploration and entertainment.
For families, schooling options are conveniently available in nearby Dreghorn, catering to educational needs. Commuting is a breeze, thanks to the excellent road network, including the A77/M77, A71 and A78, enabling easy access throughout Ayrshire and to Glasgow.
Council tax band: A