Premium property: Cool Seventies home in Troon remains almost unchanged

Premium property: Cool Seventies home in Troon remains almost unchanged
A one-off that has served one family very well

ONE-OFF detached villa on Balcomie Crescent in Troon has more than proved its worth as an enduring family home, having been designed and built in the 1970s for the present owners.

Set in extensive gardens, its location is ideal, bordering protected woodland and close to shops, restaurants, rail and road links – the A78/M77 providing an easy commute to Glasgow.

Impressive from the start with an entrance vestibule opening into a vaulted hallway with open-tread staircase, the interior style is contemporary with original Seventies exposed brick and wood-lined ceilings.

This is a substantial family home with a large living room continuing into a dining room with projecting square bay window and a door into an informal dining/breakfasting area partially open-plan to the kitchen and adjoining utility, the latter with a back door to the garden. On this level are also an en-suite bedroom, large family bathroom, two further bedrooms and a cloakroom.

Upstairs the landing opens out as sizeable sitting room area with a particularly spacious master bedroom and en-suite shower room, fifth bedroom, shower room, adjoining studies, and a family room.

This house makes great use of Velux windows to maximize natural light levels to an exceptional degree, a feature that is further enhanced by natural wood finishes and neutral decoration.

The living room is lovely, with full-height sliding doors opening the room onto a paved patio and a lovely garden beyond, bordered by mature trees and shrubs for complete privacy.

Outside is also a double garage and a driveway with parking space for several vehicles.

Offers over £525,000 are invited by Rettie’s Newton Mearns office for this exquisite property.

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