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The GlassHouse is a beautifully preserved B-listed detached property extending to 211 square meters which was once part of a working mill complex, incorporating five dwellings. A quite stunning converted drying shed, The GlassHouse was re-designed over the last 20 years to capture maximum natural light and its woodland location.
Situated in an elevated position you will be struck by the amount of daylight that floods the property given its southerly orientation and the ample amount of glazing along the front elevation. This is enhanced by artist-designed glass panels and restored stained glass throughut.
An entrance hallway with large contemporary stained glass panels leads to a utility room and the workshop/garage, stairwell to the first floor and a door opening to the magnificent 42' lounge and dining room; an awe inspiring room with its open plan design, restored glazed panels and feature stone wall with wood burning stove in front. Here, the natural light is at its most impressive with the ceiling exposed to roof space with large Velux windows cascading the light into the room. Off here there is a dining room, breakfast kitchen and sitting room or bedroom four should you require a guest bedroom on the ground floor. There is also a shower room with artist-designed stained glass panels throwing kaleidoscopes of colour across the room. The entire lounge/dining area, kitchen and shower room have the benefit of under floor heating.
A second door with entrance porch at the opposite end of the property leads to the flagstone patio area.
On the first floor there is a gallery upper landing that overlooks the lounge and leads to two of the three bedrooms and the house bathroom that has a roll top bath, WC, wash hand basin and separate shower. This room also benefits from under floor heating. The third bedroom is immediately to the right of the stairwell and has full height glazing looking up the lane.
The specification includes LPG gas central heating, double glazing and a security alarm system.
The approach to the property is via a mature wooded avenue which has two parking spaces for the property. There is also a stone chipped area immediately outside the front door for easy access.
The property is located approximately less than 1 mile from the conservation village of Lochwinnoch. The village of Lochwinnoch offers local amenities catering for day to day needs with an excellent primary school, three good local pubs, two restaurants, a direct rail link to Glasgow, a good local golf course and a thriving community. Bridge of Weir and Kilmacolm (9 and 10 miles respectively) offer further amenities and local schooling. The highly acclaimed St Columba's School is in Kilmacolm and has both junior and senior schools.
Lochwinnoch is home to the Clyde &Muirshiel country park with inland sailing, windsurfing and watersports activities at Castle Semple. Part of the loch forms an RSPB reserve. MuirshielCountryPark has numerous woodland and open country walks and often has displays on rural activities.
From the M8 motorway take the junction after Glasgow Airport (sign posted A737 Irvine) and continue on this road until you come to the roundabout at Roadhead and turn right towards Lochwinnoch. Continue down this road turning right into Lochwinnoch village and upon entering the village turn left at the crossroads onto Calder Street and proceed for about 400 yards before turning left over the bridge. Continue up this minor road (passing the golf course on the left) for about 250 yards before bearing right onto the single-track road, passing the cemetery. Take the middle road at the fork in the road and The GlassHouse is the first property on the left hand side.
Lounge/Dining 42' x 13'1
Breakfast kitchen 11'7 x 9'10
Sitting room/Bedroom 4 16'3 x 9'10
Shower room 9'9 x6'3
Utility 8'5 x 6'4
Garage/Workshop 16'3 longest point x 12'11
Bedroom 1 17'8 x 17'0
Bedroom 2 17'0 x 13'9
Bedroom 3 17'0 x 7'2
Bathroom 10'1 x 7'1
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