13 Ayr Street | Troon
Property Ref: BRU2528A
2nd Floor Flat | Bay Window Living Room | Double Bedroom | Large Dining Kitchen | Bathroom | Double Glazing & Central Heating | Great Views | Close to Beach | Town Centre Location | Close to Transport Links
Bruach Property are delighted to bring to the market this lovely second floor one bedroom flat, in Troon town centre with fabulous views. This property would be a fantastic acquisition for a first time buyer, a discerning buyer looking to downsize or looking for a "bolt hole" in Troon.
In more detail the modern accommodation comprises: the nice square hallway is adorned with storage cupboards including a large walk in one and gives access to the living room, bedroom, dining kitchen and bathroom.
To the front of the property, the well proportioned south facing living room with bay window, has fabulous sea views over the rooftops and is bathed in natural light, creating a lovely ambience. The bedroom, also to the front has similar views. To the rear of the flat is a large dining kitchen with views to Dundonald Hill. The kitchen is fitted with a range of modern floor units with free standing cooker and streamlined work surfaces making it a great kitchen for any aspiring chef and with space for a dining table, it's a wonderful space to throw informal dinner parties! The partly tiled bathroom with shower over the bath is the perfect place to relax and soak away the cares of the day.
The property also benefits from double glazing and gas central heating.
All the hard work in this alluring flat has already been done by its current owner, allowing you to move in without any fuss!
Externally, to the rear of the property, there is shared outdoor space.
The popular coastal town of Troon has good facilities including, supermarkets, restaurants, hotels, schools, professional services as well as offering a wide range of recreational facilities with sailing from its yacht marina, golf and much more. Troon is home to eight golf courses with Royal Troon hosting the 'Open' Championships. Its two beaches lend themselves to safe bathing, kite and wind surfing. Beautiful walks, cycling paths, play parks and the recent addition of the fairy trail at Fullarton Woods is a firm favourite with children.
The town has mainline train links with Ayr and Glasgow, with stations both in Barassie and Troon. 41 minutes to Glasgow with several trains an hour or 45 minutes by car, makes it an ideal commuter town. In addition, 5 miles away, Glasgow Prestwick International Airport provides regular flights to Ireland and the rest of Europe.
EER - C75
Transport and Schools
St Patrick's Primary School
Troon Primary School
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