£349,000 Guide Price
A much admired detached house in a superb location with panaromic views to the Ayrshire coast. Set in approximately 1.5 acres and surrounded by farmland, Wetherley offers a rare opportunity to enjoy country living whilst accessing Glasgow in half an hour by train or car. Recently refurbished and freshly decorated, the property also offers exciting development potential, and both internal and external viewing are highly recommended to appreciate all that it has to offer.
Built in 1951, Wetherley is an immaculate detached country house set in approximately 1.5 acres with panaromic views over the Ayrshire countryside to Arran, Ailsa Craig and Ben Lomond. The vibrant conservation village of Dunlop is just over a mile away, providing excellent local facilities including small shops, a primary school and train service of less than 25 minutes to Glasgow Central. These are enhanced by the bustling small town of Stewarton 4 miles away, including secondary education at the well reputed Stewarton Academy. Glasgow and Prestwick airports are both less than 40 minutes drive from Wetherley, which also provides easy access to Ayrshires top class golf courses and yachting facilities.
A charming and versatile home, Wetherley offers several exciting possibilities for extension and/or conversion. Current living accommodation is all at ground floor level; fully double glazed and centrally heated, with fresh decoration and new carpeting throughout, and extensively refurbished kitchen and bathroom. A floored loft covers the full area of the house, offering considerable scope for development, with ample garden ground to extend the house to maximise the stunning views and sunsets. A connecting room leads to a very large garage/barn built at right angles to the house, which can accommodate multiple cars or be adapted for use as a combined garage/workshop, play barn, gym or hobby room. It could also be converted in part or whole as living accommodation, or for equestrian purposes.
The 'L' shaped hall has access to all rooms and has a large storage cupboard.
15'1 x 13'9
The lounge has dual aspects to the front and side which not only floods the room with an abundance of natural light but also makes the most of the views to the west and south. There is a feature open fire place, decorative coving and ceiling rose. The lounge has been freshly painted and there is brand new carpet fitted.
14'2 x 9'7
With large windows to enjoy the views to south and east, the kitchen is bright and modern and has been recently refurbished to include an ample range of base and wall units, a new ceramic hob and oven with extractor. Space for a fridge freezer and dining table. The floor has ceramic floor tiles and a door leads to the utility, which houses the boiler and is plumbed for a washing machine, with space for a tumble dryer.
11'6 x 9'6
Over the years this south facing room has had a variety of uses. Lately it was used as an office with its own external door and two phone lines installed ideal for anyone running a business from home, complete with beautiful view from your desk!
13'8 x 10'9
Front facing double bedroom with delightful country views. The room has been freshly painted and has a brand new carpet.
12'8 x 10'1
Rear facing double bedroom with wonderful open views to the hills of Muirshiel Country Park. Built-in storage cupboard and decorative coving; fresh décor and new carpet.
13'8 x 8'10
Rear facing double bedroom, again freshly decorated and carpeted. Panaromic westerly views taking in Arran and the surrounding countryside.
Recently fitted shower room comprising of quadrant shower, W.C and wash hand basin. Heated chrome towel rail and opaque glazed windows.
The loft runs the full length and width of the property and offers considerable scope for conversion.
38'2 x 25'3
Accessed by 2 separate electric up and over doors, with a rear door leading to the garden, and a further internal door connecting to the reception room. Equipped with light and power, this substantial building was added to the property in 1994, and provides a hugely versatile space. It is also suitable for conversion to provide further living accommodation.
There is a large chipped driveway with ample parking for numerous vehicles.
The grounds extend to approx 1.5 acres in total surrounding the property on all sides with open aspects and stunning views in all directions.
The garden is mainly lawn, mature trees and plants, with a large patio to the rear offering complete privacy. There are 2 external water taps, one to the front and another to the rear.
From Glasgow or Ayr follow the M77 to Fenwick and exit onto the B778 for Stewarton. Turn right at the T-junction and go straight through the traffic lights, joining the A735 to Dunlop. On entering Dunlop, turn left just after Merito pub onto the B706 for Burnhouse. After approximately a mile, where the main road turns sharp left, turn right onto a minor country road. Pass two cottages on the right and Wetherley is the first house by the roadside on the left.
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