Gorgeous and quaint one bedroom detached bungalow, the former gatehouse, right in the centre of the town yet immediately near open countryside. The grounds are easily managed while the drive to the front provides private parking.
Internally the accommodation is all on the level and briefly comprises an open plan lounge and dining area, modern fitted kitchen, double bedroom and family bathroom. Additional storage space is available externally and there is room for further extending.
This home is furnished with gas central heating, doubling glazing throughout and absolutely ideal for anyone looking for a quiet spot within easy reach of local amenities.
Lounge/dining 17’10 x 9’05
Kitchen 7’09 x 7’08
Bedroom 9’04 x 7’08
Bathroom 8’01 x 7’01
A few things about this property:
- Lovely, quaint detached bungalow
- Easily maintained grounds
- Drive and private parking to front
- Gas central heating and double glazing
The finer detail:
- One double bedroom
- Open plan lounge and dining area
- Modern fitted kitchen
- Good sized bathroom
The East Ayrshire Council area has a population of 123,000 and includes towns and villages such as Kilmarnock, Cumnock and Stewarton.
The area is accessible via various A roads and there are good train and bus links to the surrounding areas, Glasgow and further south. The county currently has plenty of choice for education, with nine secondary schools and 43 primary schools.
Things to see and do include Dean Castle where collections of arms and armour, art works, musical instruments and Robert Burns poetry is on display. The Dick institute is the largest museum in Ayrshire, hosting quality exhibitions from natural history to contemporary art. Eglinton Country Park in Kilwinning has walking paths, bridleways and a tea room.