Nestled in the heart of Troon Town Centre, this delightful one bedroom ground floor apartment has been recently renovated creating a perfect space to relax and unwind. Benefitting from it’s own parking spaces and private garden, it is also just a short walk to the town, beaches and train station. A charming, comfortable and convenient place to call home in this picturesque coastal town.


Entrance to the property is via the Communal door entrance way into the shared spacious hallway. Located on the left, the timber door provides entry into the main apartment hallway with the spacious lounge conveniently located straight ahead. With stunning wood floor, feature fireplace and large windows flooding the room with natural light, it is the perfect space with room for dining and socialising.


Just beyond the lounge is the kitchen, fully equipped with all your cooking needs. Included in the sale includes are the single oven, electric hob, cooker hood and built under fridge freezer along with the washing machine and tumble dryer (located in the laundry room).


The double bedroom is a peaceful haven, offering a comfortable space for rest and relaxation. It is well-proportioned, and the double window allows for natural light to fill the room.


The bathroom is clean and functional, featuring contemporary fixtures and fittings. With shower over bath, wc and wash hand basin. It is naturally decorated allowing the new owner to add their own personal touches.


Externally, the property additionally benefits from it’s own private laundry room located in the communal hallway plus a separate hallway storage cupboard. The front garden provides it’s own parking for two cars.
To the rear of the property, it has
it’s own generous private garden space offering the perfect setting to  create a comfortable outdoor living space.


With its well-maintained interior, all on-the-level accommodation, access to local amenities, and proximity to the stunning coastline, it presents an attractive opportunity for a variety of buyers. Early viewing is strongly recommended.


Troon is a charming coastal town known for its stunning views of the Firth of Clyde and the Isle of Arran.

World famous as the venue for The Open Championship which will be played at Royal Troon next year, golfers are spoilt for choice with seven golf courses to suit every budget but Troon has so much more to offer than just well manicured fairways with great hotels, restaurants, festivals and more.


The town centre offers a variety of independent cafes, restaurants and gift shops.



With two stations, Troon and Barassie, and two services per hour to and from Glasgow and Ayr, it is easy to reach by train and by car the town is no more than forty minutes from the centre of Glasgow whilst Prestwick Airport is also only a couple of miles away.