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The west end of Paisley is the venue for a modern mid-terraced villa in Ivy Gardens.
It is in a residential development by O’Brian Homes and is located in a part of the town that has great road links to the town centre and Glasgow Airport. The agents say this modern home is presented to market in excellent decorative condition with a range of neutral and contemporary floor and wall coverings throughout.
Its specification includes a quality fitted kitchen and a contemporary bathroom and WC.
The enclosed back garden has recently been landscaped, with an area of timber decking, raised display beds and a flagstone patio terrace.
It is surrounded by a wooden fence, and boasts a timber shed.
There is off-road parking at the front of the house.
Inside, there is a reception hallway with access to a modern cloakroom/WC.
The lounge and dining room has a double glazed window and patio doors, both overlooking the rear gardens.
The kitchen has a range of quality, modern, fitted furniture, with integral appliances, ample worktop surface and a built-in shaped breakfast bar area.
Upstairs, there are two bedrooms, both
Rents Heading up slightly in here
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The bathroom has complementary tiling and a modern four-piece suite comprising a WC, wash-hand basin, bath and separate shower area, with a thermostatic shower and folding door.
The specification includes gas fired central heating, double glazing and there is attic storage. Offers over £119,000 are being invited. To find out more and to see lots more pictures, visit www.corumproperty.co.uk.
You can also call the agent on 01505 458029, and if you would like to visit Corum’s offices in person, simply go along to 2 Windsor Place, Bridge of Weir. A new economic index created by academics and based on a database of millions of properties has shown that average rent in Scotland increased £1.72 over the last year, according to The Deposit Protection Service.
The DPS Rent Index is based on the UK’s largest deposit protection provider’s database of rent levels across the UK in the last 10 years, and shows that between the third quarters of 2016 and 2017, average rent in Scotland increased to £634.96.
Across the UK, the increase was £11.55 between the third quarters of 2016 and 2017.
The Deposit Protection Service’s custodial tenancy deposit protection scheme is accredited by the Government.
For sale This mid-terrace villa in Paisley’s west end is currently on the market