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This is a substantial semi-detached house situated on an elevated site from where the house commands a lovely outlook across a grass amenity area towards fields on the edge of the village.
The village of Dailly is situated in the Girvan Valley, approximately 6 miles east of Girvan. The house is conveniently situated for all village amenities. Dailly has a village shop, primary school, bowling green, hotel and bar. Located on the edge of the village is Brunston Golf Course, a popular 18 hole park land course. There are also many delightful walks to be enjoyed, these all being in close proximity of Dailly.
The house provides a good balance of accommodation over 2 floors comprising: Entrance Vestibule Hall with timber/glass door and under stair cupboard. The Hall provides access to the living room, dining room, cloak room and has stair off to first floor. The Living Room is to the front and has an alcove and enclosed solid fuel fire. The Dining Room has a rear facing window and a built in press. From the dining room there is a door connecting through to the kitchen. The Kitchen which has a rear facing window is fitted with a range of base and wall mounted cabinets in white, extending to incorporate ceramic hob, column mounted oven and extractor canopy. From the kitchen there is a timber/glass door to the back garden. The Cloak Room, with side facing window is fitted with a WC and wash hand basin. There is a light and airy stairwell with window to side and on the landing doors open off to 3 bedrooms and bathroom. Bedroom 1, with built in cupboard is to the front and enjoys and excellent view. The 2nd Bedroom is to the rear of the house and has a built in cupboard. The 3rd Bedroom is also to the rear. All three bedrooms can be fairly described as double bedrooms. The Bathroom has a side facing window and the space is equipped with bath, wash hand basin and WC.
Windows are double glazed in uPVC casements and central heating is by way of solid fuel (back boiler behind living room fire. There are aspects of the house that would require general upgrading. However the house provides a substantial foot print and offering a good range of accommodation. Great potential is afforded.
This corner of south west Ayrshire is renowned for its unspoilt scenery and mild climate, there areexcellent golf courses at Girvan, Dailly, Turnberry, Stranraer and Portpatrick. There are good rivers for fishing, the most notable of which in the area is the River Stinchar. Galloway Forest Park and the National Trust's Culzean Castle and Park are within easy driving distance. Girvan provides primary and secondary schooling and a town centre with a variety of both multiple and independent retailers, ASDA Supermarket, Hospital and a working harbour affording moorings for pleasure craft.
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