£425,000 Offers over

Maidens Road, Girvan, Ayrshire South, KA26 9LS

4 bedroom flat for sale

 
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Selling Date Selling Price Value change
31 March 2011 £170,000 N/A

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Property Details

Parknasilla, meaning Field of Willow Trees, was built circa 1920 and takes it's name from the hotel in County Kerry, Ireland. The property can only be described as an exquisite 4 bedroom upper conversion in a location that provides stunning scenery to be enjoyed year round.
Upon entry to the property grounds you are aware of its true uniqueness. Through double wrought-iron gates you travel along the driveway, alongside which are beautifully manicured gardens which include blossoming rhododendrons and palm trees.
The sense of individuality comes into its own when you reach the entry hall where you are greeted by both a generous space and the warmth of the multi-fuel stove. It is from here you can access the first floor and also the lower level utility area with an exit into the rear grounds.
The first floor offers both living and sleeping accommodation. Along with the sitting room, dining/family room, there are 3 bedrooms, the family bathroom and guest bathroom.
One of the true stand out points of Parknasilla is undoubtedly the observatory/atrium of the home. Quite simply a magnificent area to sit and take in the breath-taking views of not only the world famous TrumpTurnberry Golf Course but also that of the Isle of Arran, Ailsa Craig &the Turnberry Lighthouse. This room provokes a sense of tranquillity and days can be spent in here alone being at one with what Parknasilla offers as a home.

The property is in Turnberry located on the rugged west coast of Scotland, also home to the legendary Trump Turnberry Resort and its famous links courses. This instantly recognisable hotel is a traditional Edwardian building first opened in 1906 as the world's first golf resort.

Entrance Hall
9'10" x 7' 9"

Entering through the porch, you are immediately into the generously sized hallway. Original oak wood panelling sets the grand tone that carries on throughout the property. A multi-fuel stove provides a warm welcome during the winter months. This space can be used as an office or a quiet spot to enjoy this beautiful home.
From here there is access to the upper floors and also down to the utility area.

Utility Room
9'10" x 7'9"

This room is accessed directly off the entrance hall and has ample space for a washing machine &tumble dryer. It is also fitted with a wash -hand basin and there is an overhead pulley to allow for the drying of clothes.
Access to the rear of the property grounds can also be found here.

Sitting Room
Directly off the staircase is the sitting room. An abundance of natural daylight is provided by a large window. This is a charming space to relax and unwind beside the wood burning stove.

Atrium
Truly the stand out feature of this property, and what can only be described as 'thee' vantage point to behold in Turnberry.
This room, adjoining the sitting room, benefits from a fully glazed outlook to take in all the splendour of the fantastic location Parknasilla affords.
With views stretching as far as the Isle of Arran, Ailsa Craig and also the Turnberry Lighthouse these are views that you simply can never tire from.

Dining / Family Room
On the first floor you will find the addition of a dining/family room. Currently used as a dining room this room sits opposite the kitchen and has adequate space for family dining and hosting dinner parties, or, you could take advantage of this space and use this as a second reception room for further entertaining or an informal TV room.

Kitchen / Breakfast
In the kitchen you will find modern fittings which include an electric oven, integrated microwave and the use of a Neff induction hob.
The central point is a small breakfasting area which also doubles as an additional work space.

Bedroom One
The first bedroom and largest on the first floor provides ample space and has the benefit of being front facing thus allowing another opportunity to enjoy the scenery that this idyllic setting offers.
With built in wardrobes there is adequate storage for use of a double bedroom. There is also a walk- in storage cupboard which could easily afford enough space to be changed to a small WC.

Bedroom Two
The second bedroom again has more than enough space to be comfortably used as a double and also provides plenty of storage .
With two windows on separate walls the room is flooded with natural daylight.

Bedroom Three
The third bedroom is the smallest of the guest bedrooms on the first floor yet provides enough space for either a double bed or a large, spacious study/home office.
Stunning views to the front of the property.

Family Bathroom
This fantastic bathroom is a great size, with a bath, a large wash hand basin and WC. It is finished with Porcelanosa tiles. There is also space for a separate shower cubicle, with the space currently being used as a linen closet.

Guest Bathroom
This secondary bathroom is also found on the first floor and provides additional facilities for guests.
There is a white coloured suite and a shower over the bath.

Master Bedroom
Not so much a master bedroom but more of a 'master suite' with this being a self contained studio with a sitting area, an en-suite shower room, ample storage space, and a large walk in wardrobe. There is access to a roof terrace/balcony giving the maximum opportunity to take in the views.


This house description is based upon information supplied by the owner, or on behalf of the owner. These property particulars are produced in good faith and do not constitute or form part of any contract. s1homes do not take any responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in this document.

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