£149,750 Offers Over
Eastcliffe is a detached, single storey house built circa 1935. The house is in a great setting situated within a sheltered and wooded glen. From its elevated position the house commands an attractive view, particularly in the winter months when the surrounding trees are not in leaf. A lovely, established garden surrounds the house and at the top of the back garden is a substantial summer house with timber deck from where the surroundings can be enjoyed to their best.
The house comprises: Hall with double glazed/uPVC front door. From the hall there is access off to Living Room, 2 Bedrooms and Bathroom. The Living Room is to the front and is a bright spacious room with double timber/glass doors to the kitchen. The Kitchen, with window to rear, is fitted with cabinets at wall and base levels and incorporating integrated hob and oven. From the kitchen there are double glazed/uPVC French doors through to the Conservatory which in turn is double glazed on 2 aspects and is a lovely space from where to enjoy a view over the garden. There are 2 double bedrooms, one to the front and the other to the rear. The front bedroom has a fitted wardrobe and a shallow built in press. The second bedroom also has a shallow built in press. Completing the accommodation is the Bathroom with bath, wash hand basin and wc. The bathroom walls are tiled as is the floor. There is an electric shower over bath.
Attached to the house is a garage fitted with light and power, approx 21 x 10. This space has more recently been adapted to form a pottery studio but the space could be used for a variety of purposes or simply reverted to garage. The garage connects through into the house by way of door from the conservatory.
The sellers have owned the property for 4 years and in that time have operated a work from home business. Consequently the house is well equipped with telephone points/internet connections all of which are beneficial for anyone wishing to continue along similar lines.
Windows are double glazed in uPVC casements and central heating is by way of a wet electric system. There is an oil fired boiler too which could be re commissioned. The sellers have had the slate roof over the house renewed.
Eastcliffe further extends to provide a lovely established garden which predominantly stretches out and up from the back of the house. This space is well planted and features paths and grassed areas. The garden backs on to woodland. At the top of the garden is a lovely timber Summer House and large timber deck. The summer house is equipped with light and power, telephone/internet connections. A sweeping drive runs up and along side the front garden which in turn is down in grass. The drive leads into a level area in front of the house and at the side is a timber garage/workshop.
The house is not at all remote, only 7miles from the town of Girvan and the market town of Newton Stewart is about 23 miles south on the A714. This is a lovely corner of Ayrshire, an ideal locality for those looking for a change of lifestyle. Excellent scenery, clean air, no traffic congestion and good schools. Eastcliffe is an attractive property in a great setting and viewing is strongly recommended.
EER:- Band F (22)
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