23D Newton Street, Greenock, PA16 8SA

In The Region Of £93,500 3 Bed First Floor Flat with 1 Public Room

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Enjoying a West End location, yet convenient for the town centre and the West Station with all its amenities including the railway station with a frequent service to Glasgow this affordable three bedroom FIRST FLOOR FLAT lies within a highly desirable refurbished property. Ideally suits first time buyers and rental investors. ... More

Enjoying a West End location, yet convenient for the town centre and the West Station with all its amenities including the railway station with a frequent service to Glasgow this affordable three bedroom FIRST FLOOR FLAT lies within a highly desirable refurbished property. Ideally suits first time buyers and rental investors. Impressive specification includes: double glazing, gas central heating and security door entry system. There is a shared rear drying green and communal bin store. Apartments comprise: welcoming spacious Hallway with walk in shelved storage cupboard. The bright front facing Lounge has mahogany style fireplace, marble surround and electric coals effect fire, plus shelved alcove. There is a rear facing fitted Kitchen with oak style units, cream toned bevelled work surfaces, splashback tiling, gas cooker and fridge/freezer. There are two double sized Bedrooms and 3rd single Bedroom. Bedroom 1 has a shelved alcove. The Bathroom has three piece suite, “Triton” shower and partial wall tiling. Early inspection is recommended for this affordable three bedroom flat.

  • ENTRANCE HALLWAY

  • LOUNGE

    0.00 m X 3.66 m / 0'0" X 12'0"

  • KITCHEN

    0.00 m X 2.13 m / 0'0" X 6'12"

  • BEDROOM 1

    0.00 m X 3.35 m / 0'0" X 10'12"

  • BEDROOM 2

    0.00 m X 2.44 m / 0'0" X 8'0"

  • BEDROOM 3

    0.00 m X 2.13 m / 0'0" X 6'12"

  • BATHROOM

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Neill Clerk Estate Agents

01475 271014

60 West Blackhall Street, Greenock, PA15 1UY

Property reference: G193069

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