This one bedroom upper floor flat located just walking distance from Kilmarnock town centre comprises of an entrance hallway that leads into a lounge/kitchen area, bedroom, shower room and W.C. This is a bright and airy flat that benefits from large amounts of light that flows throughout. This one bedroom flat further benefits from double glazing and gas central heating throughout. There is also a well maintained communal drying area to the rear of the property.
This property is perfect for the rental market with a lucrative return on investment, bringing in a potential monthly rental of £350. Not only would this be well suited for the rental market but would also be well suited to someone looking to make their first steps on to the property ladder.
Kilmarnock is a large town in East Ayrshire, perfectly situated for all transport links. Kilmarnock benefits from a direct rail service to Glasgow Central Station, frequent bus services and easy access to the M77 to Glasgow. The town centre boasts ample amenities with supermarkets, a busy high street, leisure facilities, Schools and College.
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