No.9 Shore Street is a self-contained flat located on the first floor of a Victorian mid-terrace house in the conservation village of Port Charlotte, which was built in the early 19th Century. No.9 was totally re-built and modernised in 1996, within the confines of a category B listed building.
It comprises an ENTRANCE HALL, with area for hanging outdoor clothes, storing push chairs etc., and carpeted stairs leading to the first floor where there is a private entrance door to the flat.
Inside, there is a further ENTRANCE HALL with fitted carpets and down lighters which leads to a very comfortable LIVING ROOM (4.6M X 3.7M), equipped with off-peak electric heater, fireplace with coal effect electric fire, television and VCR, sideboard, dining table and chairs, 3 piece suite, window seat with excellent views over Loch Indaal, co-ordinated window drapes, and fitted carpet.
A glass panelled door leads off to a modern, oak-fitted KITCHEN (3.6M X 1.8M) with electric cooker, microwave, washing machine, refrigerator, recessed down lighters, and linoleum floor covering.
The FRONT BEDROOM (3.7M X 2.8M), again with a window seat overlooking Loch Indaal, has double bed, 1 double and 1 single wardrobe, 4 drawer chest, wall mirror, wall lights with separate bed-side control, quality window drapes, and fitted carpet.
The BATHROOM (2.6M X 1.8M) has a 3 piece white suite with shower and glazed panel, fully-tiled walls, oil filled electric towel rail, recessed down lighters, and linoleum floor covering.
The REAR BEDROOM (3.7M X 2.8M) has twin beds with wall lights and separate bedside control. Bedside unit with drawer, triple wardrobe, full-length wall mirror, quality window drapes, and fitted carpet.