BRIDGE STREET GALSTON KA4
Choice Properties present to the market this good sized 1 double bedroom upper flat that is set within the village of Galston
Set to the rear of the building and benefitting from parking there is a reception hallway, a large lounge with space for dining, kitchen, double bedroom and bathroom.
THIS IS A GOOD SIZED SPACIOUS HOME THAT IS SET IN THE VILLAGE OF GALSTON. APPEALING TO A WIDE MARKET WE WOULD HIGHLY ADVISE EARLY ENQUIRIES
13`8` x 5`11` (4.16m x 1.79m) then 10`6` x 3`1` (3.20m x 0.95m) approx
Accessed from the communal hallway via a wood door is this good sized `L` shaped reception hallway.
The reception hallway has a large walk in storage cupboard that is shelved and houses the boiler.
There is a ceiling light, radiator, power point and the flooring is carpet.
The reception hallway gives access to the lounge - dining room, bedroom and the bathroom.
23`7` x 11`2` (7.19m x 3.39m) approx
Accessed from the reception hallway via a wood door is this good sized front and rear facing facing lounge that offers ample space for dining.
There are 2 radiators, a BT point, ample power points, a ceiling light and a carpet is laid.
The lounge gives access to the kitchen.
8`6` x 8`4` (2.59m x 2.52m) approx
Accessed from the lounge via a wood door is the front facing kitchen.
The kitchen has wall, base and drawer units with a work surface and a tiled splash back.
There is a stainless steel sink with a mixer tap, an oven, hob, cooker hood, fridge freezer, washing machine and the floor is tiled.
Please note the appliances come with no guarantees.
10`3` x 10`2` (3.13m x 3.10m) approx
Accessed from the reception hallway via a wood door is this good sized rear facing double bedroom.
There is a double sized shelved fitted cupboard, a radiator, ample power points, a ceiling light, the flooring is carpet.
10`1` x 7`6` (3.07m x 2.29m) approx
Accessed from the reception hallway via a wood door is the good sized bathroom
The bathroom comprises of a bath with a shower over, a washbasin and a w/c.
There are fitted storage units under the wash basin.
Galston is a town in East Ayrshire, Scotland. It is situated in wooded countryside 4 miles up-river from Kilmarnock and is one a group of small towns located in the Irvine Valley between the towns of Hurlford and Newmilns. This area is also home to Loudoun Castle theme park.
Galston has a rich history with links to William Wallace, Robert the Bruce, and strong ties to the Covenanters movement.
After it received its charter in 1717 it developed rapidly as a centre of handloom-weaving and later the manufacture of gauze and lawn. From the beginning of the 19th century until 1933 it was a major coal mining area. The textile industry flourished until it declined in the 1960`s.
Barr Castle is the oldest building in Galston. It is a fortified tower house built by the Lockhart family of Barr in the 15th century. It has three floors and would have originally had battlements. George Wishart and John Knox have both preached within Barr Castle. In the 17th century Barr passed to the Campbell family of Cessnock but was unoccupied after the covenanting period.
Today Galston has diversified into industries as varied as telecoms, haulage and engineering.
There are many local shops and businesses in the town that provide day to day amenities. The properties are ideally located out-with the main centre of the town but remain within walking distance to Local shops which provide the necessary day to day requirements. Nearby Kilmarnock also offers a good range of high street shops, supermarkets, including retail parks, cinema and leisure centre and all professional facilities.
There are two primary schools and secondary education is provided at Loudoun Academy. There is an extensive choice of schooling available in Kilmarnock. Private schooling is available at Wellington in Ayr (12 miles) and in Glasgow (22 miles). Kilmarnock has 17 schools, 13 primary and 4 secondary. There is also a college with in the town, Kilmarnock College, formerly Kilmarnock Technical College.
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