£179,995 Offers Over
Greig Residential are delighted to present to the market this truly unique, traditional end of terrace cottage located in the semi rural village of Priestland. Boasting traditional features with a modern twist, this property offers an excellent opportunity to purchase a family home with generous and flexible living space.
As a former Smiddy, there is scope to develop or extend. The Smiddy is a generous outbuilding which would be ideal to convert into an extension to the house or as a garage or business unit.
The cottage is ideally placed with welcoming open outlooks to the rear of the nearby rolling countryside whilst being accessible for the commuter with access to transport links.
In full the accommodation comprises of spacious entrance hallway with access to most lower apartments, staircase to the upper level, neutral decor and understairs storage cupboard.
Front facing formal lounge offers soft neutral decor, feature log burning stove, front facing window, ample space for freestanding furniture and storage cupboard. Access to kitchen and hallway.
Stunning open plan kitchen/dining area offering a wide selection of modern high gloss wall and base fitted storage units with complimentary worktop surfaces, integrated oven, hob and cooker hood. Stainless steel sink and drainer, tiled splashback, Velux window, double window to the side and double door access to gardens. Generous dining area offering plentiful space for large dining furniture. Access to lounge and utility room.
Practical utility room with additional storage units, washing machine and stainless steel sink and drainer. Access to WC
Two piece cloaks/WC offering wash hand basin and WC, neutral tiling to walls.
Bedroom three is located on the lower level offering a flexible apartment. Could be utilised as a secondary sitting room, comprising neutral decor, fitted carpeting and storage cupboard. Double glazed window to the front and access to hallway.
Contemporary four piece family bathroom suite on the ground floor comprising of wash hand basin, bath, separate shower cubicle and wc. Tiled flooring and tiling to walls around bath and shower, towel radiator and double glazed window to the side.
On the upper level off the open gallery hallway, there are two double bedrooms and study room.
Master bedroom is a generous double offering front facing dormer window and side facing double glazed window, neutral decor and fitted carpeting.
Bedroom two is also front facing with a dormer window to the front, soft neutral children's decor and fitted carpeting.
Practical study room offering Velux window to the front, neutral decor and fitted carpet.
Room Dimensions (at widest points - approx):
Hallway 5.28m x 2.15m
Lounge 5.03m x 4.79m
Kitchen/Dining 7.40m x 5.20 (Height 4.18m)
Utility Room 1.66m x 1.57m
WC 1.50m x 1.33m
Bedroom One 5.29m x 4.71m
Bedroom Two 5.31m x 3.57m
Bedroom Three 5.08m x 3.61m
Study Room 2.14m x 1.27m
Smiddy 9.13m x 7.65m
The original Smiddy is located to the rear of the property offering a multitude of uses and could be converted to allow for additional living space.
Further benefits include oil central heating and double glazing.
Substantial driveway to the side offering plentiful off street parking for several vehicles.
Priestland is a semi rural village within East Ayrshire enjoying a tranquil setting. It is well placed for easy access to Kilmarnock (about 10 miles) and Ayr (approx 30 miles) whilst Glasgow (approx 25 miles) can be reached in around 25 minutes drive. There are excellent transport links in the area with a regular local bus service, and train service to Glasgow from Kilmarnock. There is a selection of primary schooling within the local villages and secondary schooling available in Galston.
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