£115,000 Offers over
Ayrshire Estate Agents are proud to present 24 Dunlop Street to the market. Situated within the popular town of Stewarton, it is only a few minutes’ walk to the main centre of the town. Built in 1900, the property is a fabulously quirky home with many traditional features retained but with modern additions to suit family life nowadays. The blond sandstone exterior has been well maintained so the property looks in great condition on approaching it.
The original storm door opens into an entrance porch which has the original quarry tiled floor which is in very good condition. The door into the house is also still the original, and has a door bell pull. This is the first glimpse of the traditional touches that you will see throughout the house.
The warm and welcoming lounge is a front facing room with a fabulous large double window. The current owners had the log burning stove fitted which provides a lovely, cosy heat to room and the house. The log burner has a tiled hearth, but the rest of the floor in the lounge is the original floorboards which have been stained a rich mahogany.
Moving towards the rear of the property, there is what is currently being used as a dining room. This room has a lovely view over the rear garden and provides the access to the kitchen. There is plenty of space in here to accommodate a family dining table and chairs. With the stripped floorboards and Canadian cedarwood window, there is a lovely soft, warm feel to the room.
The kitchen is situated at the back of the house and is wonderfully shabby chic. The freestanding units are a distressed blue which compliment well with the butcher-block worktop. Included in the kitchen is the range style, Delonghi cooker which is an electric oven and 6 burner gas hob, finished in stainless steel. There is a beautiful parquet wood floor. Another great feature which sets off the feel of the kitchen is the ceramic oxford sink and tall taps. The kitchen looks over the garden and has the back-door access to the garden.
The wet room is situated at the rear of the kitchen and is a fully tiled wet room in fresh white. Comprising of a shower, wc and sink.
Upstairs in the villa are the two bedrooms, both are spacious doubles. Bedroom one is front facing and bedroom two is rear facing. The painted wood floors and the wooden shutters at the windows add to the traditional cottage feel. There is a skylight on the roof in the upstairs stairwell to provide natural light to the hall.
The garden at the rear of the property has been designed to keep maintenance low but to look attractive and provide a place to relax and enjoy al fresco dining. With the garden being South facing you will have the luxury of enjoying any sunshine all day long. The surface is completely covered with a decorative chip stone. The current owners have a stone baked pizza oven in the garden which will be included with the sale of the house as a bonus! The garden hut will also be included.
Overall, the original items such as the entrance doors with quarry tiled floor, the wood panelled internal doors, treated floorboards and the light switches along with modern twists that the owners have implemented like the wet room, log burner stove and Canadian cedar wood window frames all pull together to create a very warm welcoming, traditional cottage style feel to the villa. The house has been rewired in the last 5 years which is great peace of mind when buying an older property. This property really must be viewed to appreciate the detail within it.
Room sizes (approx.):
Lounge - 3.8m x 4.1m
Dining Room - 3.5m x 3.7m
Kitchen - 2.6m x 2.5m
Bedroom 1 - 3.1m x 4.7m
Bedroom 2 - 3.5m x 3.1m
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