- Set on a residential street in Largs, North Ayrshire.
- Externally, there is a driveway and lawn to the front, and a private plot and shed in a shared garden to the rear.
- Well-presented two bedroom lower villa in a traditional block of four.
- Comprises: an entrance hallway, living/dining room, kitchen, two double bedrooms, and a bathroom.
- Features include: gas central heating, partial double glazing, and good integrated storage.
- Home Report available online.
Well-presented two bedroom lower villa in a traditional block of four, set on a residential street in Largs, North Ayrshire. The entrance hallway has a pendant light fitting and wood-effect flooring which continues throughout. Set towards the front, with windows to the front and the side, the living room has coving, a feature fireplace, TV and phone points, recessed lighting, and space for dining furniture. The fitted kitchen to the rear includes laminate worktops, a stainless steel sink with drainer, built-in cupboards, tiled splashbacks, and an integrated oven, microwave, and gas hob with an extractor above. Freestanding appliances include a fridge/freezer, washing machine, and a tumble dryer. The larger double bedroom is set to the front, with two built-in wardrobes, a pendant light fitting, and a picture rail, whilst the rear-facing second bedroom is similarly finished with a cupboard and room for freestanding furniture. The bathroom is fitted with a traditional-style three-piece suite with a mains shower head fitting over the bath, and tiled splash-walls. Situated on the Firth of Clyde, Largs is a popular seaside town in North Ayrshire, approximately 33 miles west of Glasgow. With many cafes, restaurants, a beach, a seafront promenade and pier, the town offers all the expected amenities locally, as well as easy transport links further afield. With regular ferry services to the Isle of Cumbrae, Largs Train Station is centrally located and provides direct connections to Ayr and Glasgow, as do local bus services. The town offers the popular Vikingar attraction, which has a swimming pool, cinema, soft play, and exhibits the rich history of the area which stretches back to the Vikings. With the extensive Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park just to the east, Kelburn Castle and Country Centure is also nearby, with the Graffiti Project making it Scotland's most colourful castle, with the grounds offering plenty of outdoor leisure activities for the family.