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Situated in a delightful rural corner of south west Ayrshire this is a charming cottage of traditional random stone construction with its origins dating to circa 1800's but extensively renovated by the present owners in 2005.
The cottage is situated in the delightful surroundings of the Tig Valley about 3 ½ miles from the pretty coastal village of Ballantrae. The cottage forms part of a small settlement comprising three properties and the cottage is situated between these two other properties.
The cottage provides a good range of accommodation which is arranged as follows: entered by way of a vestibule which has a double glazed uPVC front door. There is a timber/glass inner door opening through to the Hall from where there is access off to the Bedroom 1, Shower room and the Kitchen. The stair is also off the hall and this has an attractive timber balustrade. There is an under stair cupboard and a window to rear. The first of the two bedrooms has a window to the front and a built in wardrobe. The Bedroom has a door which connects through to the shower room (in effect an Jack and Jill arrangement). The shower room is fitted with a w.c., wash hand basin, shower stall with a mixer shower and the ceiling has down lights. The Kitchen is a large space with window to front and double glazed/uPVC door to the rear garden. The kitchen is equipped with a good range of cabinets at base and wall mounted levels and which incorporate an integrated hob, oven and extractor canopy. The units further extend to comprise a Belfast sink with mixer tap. There is ample space within the kitchen for dining. Moving upstairs the very spacious Living room has a window to front and two windows to rear and there is a shelved alcove. From the living room there is a door off to the second bedroom. This bedroom has a window to rear, a built in wardrobe and a door through to an en suite which in turn is fitted with a w.c., wash hand basin and shower stall with a mixer shower unit. The ceiling has down lights.
The cottage is decorated in a neutral colour palette throughout. Doors, skirtings and architraves are in pine and the doors incorporate latch style handles.
Windows are double glazed in uPVC casements and central heating is by way of oil with the central heating boiler located in the kitchen.
At the rear of the house is a garden which in turn backs on to woodland. The garden is enclosed by a timber paling fence. The garden itself has not been landscaped or fashioned into any formal arrangement and consequently an incoming purchaser would have the garden to attend to. That said it is a great space affording excellent possibilities. At the front of the house there is ramp access to the front door and a gravelled space to park a car.
The cottage from its living room window enjoys a reasonable outlook across to the far side of the glen.
This is an interesting property in an attractive locality and viewing is advised.
EER:- Band D (66)
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