£275,000 Offers over
19 Main Road in Waterside has been converted from an old school house into a beautiful family home. The seamless mixture of traditional and modern throughout the property is perfect and it is obvious that the current owners have lovingly refurbished it throughout. The substantial house comprises of a lounge, kitchen with open plan extension to provide a dining area and living area, study, four bedrooms, bathroom, cloakroom and master en-suite.
To the front of the property there is a garden of decorative chips and matured trees which provides the access to the large sweeping driveway. The driveway winds round the side of the house and leads to a large detached garage. From the garage and driveway there is gated access to the rear garden.
On entering the property, you get an instant feel of the traditional features with the large solid wood internal doors and wide hallway. The downstairs hall runs to the lounge at the end which has been refurbished and fitted out to a high standard with extra features such as power points for lamps controlled from the main light switch panel. Again, the feel of traditional blended with modern is evident in here. There is a beautiful Oak floor which is a continuation from the hall and is also laid in bedroom four downstairs. The feature fireplace has a wooden surround with slate hearth. The chimney has been capped but could easily be opened up again if desired. From the lounge, you can access a study to the rear of the property and a handy cloakroom. From the study there is a door for access to the rear garden.
The kitchen which is open plan to a dining area and living area is a real wow factor. The traditional style kitchen consisting of cream wall and base units with a complimentary solid butcher block worktop fits perfectly with the contemporary style of the extension. The current owners have fitted out the kitchen with no expense spared and items that will be included are an integrated ceramic hob, integrated oven, extractor hood, integrated dishwasher and an integrated wine fridge. The kitchen area has a luxurious grey slate floor and the living and dining area has the same oak floor that is seen in the lounge and hall. There are French doors at the living area which lead directly onto a deck and a further side door at the dining space. With the doors, windows and skylights in this area, the room feels fabulously light and airy and allows different views over the lovely garden. The doors and windows are oak framed.
The staircase from the ground floor to the upper floor is a feature in itself. The large window at the turning point in the stairs allows an abundance of natural light to flood in and there is a wrought iron and mahogany banister which is in great condition.
Of the four bedrooms in the house, there are three upstairs and one downstairs. The master bedroom upstairs is elegant and spacious and benefits from a walk in wardrobe and an en-suite shower room. The modern shower room comprises of a double shower, WC and wash hand basin and has a grey tiled floor. Bedroom two is a good sized double and is a front facing room and the smaller bedroom three is situated to the side. Bedroom four downstairs is also a good sized double and faces to the front of the house.
The main bathroom upstairs, which again has been fitted to a very high standard, is stunning! The spacious bathroom houses a bath, separate shower, wc and wash hand basin. There is a tiled finish to the bath area, the shower, the sink and the floor which provides a lovely finishing touch.
The outside space with this home is quite spectacular. The garden has little pockets to it each with a different purpose and function. Outside the open plan living area there is a decked area which could be used for al fresco dining. From the deck, the garden rises and there is a chipped area before reaching a raised patio made of good quality Indian Sandstone. On the patio there is a pretty summer house which the current owners are including in the sale. The garden is split over a few levels with different ground surfaces but what is prominent all over the garden is the mixture of plants and colours that are spread throughout. There are two gates from the rear garden to access the driveway and garage. The driveway is full tarmac so it is a completely smooth surface and the garage is much larger than average and benefits from multiple power points. There is also an external power supply and outside tap at the garage as well as an outside tap at the main house.
The property has an "A" rated external condensing combi boiler which is controlled by a panel in the hall. This is only four years old.
Room sizes (approx):
Lounge - 4.5m x 5.1m
Kitchen, Living and Dining area - 8.2m x 3.5m
Study - 2.6m x 2.2m
Master Bedroom - 2.7m x 4.0m
Bedroom 2 - 2.8m x 3.8m
Bedroom 3 - 2.3m x 2.8m
Bedroom 4 - 3.3m x 4.0m
Master En-Suite - 2.2m x 1.1m
Bathroom - 2.7m x 3.0m
Cloakroom - 1.7m x 0.8m
Waterside is a village in East Ayrshire, Scotland, situated about five miles north of Galston on the Craufurdland Water in the Parish of Fenwick. It lies a few miles north of Moscow on the A719. The neighbouring towns of Galston and Kilmarnock provide a selection of supermarkets, high street shops, bars and restaraunts. The catchment schools are Fenwick Primary and St Sophia's Primary and then Loudon Academy or St Joseph's Academy.
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