Many of us are looking to move home after months of being stuck inside during lockdown.

However, with the average property in Scotland on the market for £177,314 it means that moving home isn’t a realistic option for all.

When taking a look at Scotland’s biggest property website, s1Homes, we have found a great flat for those looking to get on the property ladder for the first time.
 

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HeraldScotland:

This one bedroom flat is located in the South Carbrain area of Cumbernauld and comes in at a very reasonable cost of offers over £12,500.

The flat has been freshly decorated and comprises a lounge, kitchen, one bedroom and a bathroom.

HeraldScotland:

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It is a mere seven minute walk to Cumbernauld train station, making ideal for those communiting for work or wanting travel links to Glasgow and Edinburgh.

The flat is also a nine minute walk to Cumbernauld Academy - which is great for families with children.

HeraldScotland:

HeraldScotland: The property is ready for the rental market and has an expected rental income of £300 PCM.

The closing date for this property is on 1 October and all bids must be in writing from a solicitor.

You can view the flat here