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Part Exchange Available ,B Listed Detached Georgian Villa ,Steeped In Historical Essence ,Uninterrupted Panoramic Views Of Rothesay ,Fully Modernised ,10 Bedrooms ,10 Bathrooms ,3 Reception .0.5 Acres Of Landscaped Grounds , Private Driveway , Gas Central Heating , Sash &Case Windows MQ Estate Agents are open 7 days a week: Monday Friday 8am 8:30pm &Saturday &Sunday 9am - 6pm to arrange your viewing appointment.
MQ Estate Agents are proud to present to the market, Ivybank Villa, a B Listed Georgian Villa set within the ever popular town of Rothesay
MQ Estate Agents are proud to present to the market, Ivybank Villa, a B Listed Georgian Villa set within the ever popular and historical town of Rothesay. It commands enviable uninterrupted panoramic aspects over the town itself as well as to Rothesay Bay from its elevated position. Lovingly maintained and fully restored over the years this substantial Villa and grounds offers a rarely available opportunity to a variety of buyers as a commercial or residential dwelling.
Ivybank Villa was built in 1795 by Lord Bute. This magnificent B listed late Georgian detached villa has been sympathetically modernised and upgraded to a high specification throughout. The stunning character filled family home comprises of well-proportioned sumptuous accommodation split over three levels which extends to entrance vestibule, welcoming reception hallway, two substantial double bedrooms currently being utilised as bed and breakfast accommodation however could be easily altered to a formal lounge and sitting room. Both of these rooms boast period character features and breath-taking views. Luxury breakfasting kitchen, dining room, WC, Utility Room, two luxury shower rooms both featuring walk in shower cubicles housing power showers. Office space leads to the impressive conservatory opening onto a large decked area.
On the first level there is a further double bedroom, bedroom/office, lounge/sensational master bedroom with built in wardrobes and luxury en-suite shower room. All of these rooms offer superb sea views. Further on this level there is a spacious luxury family bathroom. On the attic level there is two further bedrooms and a modern en-suite.
In addition to the existing accommodation the basement has been developed into a self-contained flat with kitchen, lounge luxury modern shower room and double bedroom with excellent extra storage throughout.
Externally Ivybank Villa lies within 0.5 acres of extensive well maintained formal gardens, mature pond and water feature, summer house with double glazing and mains power, cabinet making workshop with mains power, greenhouse, storage building and a private sweeping chipped driveway to the front and side of the property.
Furthermore, there is a 2780 Sq meters of land adjacent to the property which is currently landscaped for 4 detached properties with services available which is by separate negotiation. This would make the ideal development opportunity subject to planning permission and consents as there is already zoned permission for medium density residential housing by the local council.
Early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the unique and seldom available property on offer as well as its enviable locale on the Isle of Bute.
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