£299,000 Guide Price
Traditonal Stone Detached House
Three Double Bedrooms
Sits On a ¾ Acre Plot
Superb Development Potential
Large Roller Door Double Garage
Beautiful Garden Ground With Rear Access to The Garnock River
Residential Development of Site Acceptable in Principle
Home Report - £375,000 – All Grade 1's
Set on a plot of ¾ Acre a private drive curves round into the magnificent setting of this large detached house and separate double garage. Situated behind rows of Rhododendrons the privacy of this house is outstanding, an idyllic nature reserve in the heart of Kilwinning. A fantastic opportunity for development the grounds would easily lend themselves to residential use for the enthusiastic property developer.
The house is steeped in history, with previous residents such as The Captain Wight, An Earl of Eglinton, a School for the Ladies of Eglinton and a private sports club. The characteristics of the property are evident at first sight with the prominent stone feature entrance with traditional wooden front door. Three long church-like windows and allow light to flood into the entrance vestibule, where muddy wellies and cosy jackets can be stored after a day in the garden. The ground floor gives access to the spacious lounge with stone surrounded fireplace and views over to the lawn and pond. The modern kitchen provides ample space for the keen cook, there are plenty of high gloss storage units available. Off the kitchen is the bright dining/sitting area with a shower room with WC just off this. A further room is found on the ground floor which is currently being used as a dining room, however could be used as a fourth bedroom. The upper floors provides access to three bright spacious double bedrooms, all with storage and views over the gardens. The family bathroom has recently be refurbished with attractive gloss tiles and curved bath with shower over. The property has feature timber beams on the ground floor and original beams on the top floor.
The external grounds are extensive and have the potential to be maximised by the maintenance of the Rhododendrons, there is fantastic potential for this land to be developed into residential use as the building is not listed.
Kilwinning is a busy college town, with the Ayrshire College campus and Secondary school within walking distance. The town has great transport links with a frequent rail service to Glasgow and Ayr in the centre of the town and frequent bus services, the A78 and A77 dual carriageways are easily accessed and provide superb links to surrounding areas. Eglinton Country Park is within walking distance of the property and boasts fantastic walking routes along with the ruins of the castle.
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Subject to planning consents
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