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With part of its structure dating back to the 17th Century, this traditional terraced cottage forms part of the local village history having had many uses over the years including a Toll House, Coaching Inn and family home. The property itself is formed over two levels and has accommodation requiring a degree of modernisation and upgrading comprising entrance vestibule, reception hall, lounge, sitting / dining room, large kitchen, four double bedrooms and bathroom. Extensive and private garden grounds are located to the rear of the property providing courtyard area, lawn sections and mature vegetable beds. A single garage is located to the side which also allows access out to the rear gardens and from here there is also access to further outhouse stores. Oil fired central heating. The village of Tarbolton provides a number of facilities and amenities including local primary schooling and has a rich heritage in history with close links to Robert Burns. Tarbolton is also well placed for access to road links to Ayr, Glasgow and Prestwick International Airport. This property represents a unique opportunity for those seeking a character filled home within this splendid countryside setting and early viewing is highly advised.
Solid door gives access to this entrance vestibule which in turn provides access through to the main hallway.
Welcoming reception hall allowing access through to the lounge, dining room, kitchen and bathroom. Large walk in cloakroom (6'6" x 5'). Pine panelling to the walls. Staircase to upper floor. Solid timber door gives access out to rear gardens.
21'7" (6.58m) x 12'9" (3.89m) at longest and widest points. This lounge has window formation to the front and fitted window seat below. Wall lights. Radiator. Tiled fire surround.
Sitting / Dining Room
13'9" x 9'6" (4.2m x 2.9m). Good size room with window formation to the front. Fire surround with open hearth.
12' x 11'2" (3.66m x 3.4m). Spacious dining size kitchen with a range of base units offering work surface and storage facilities. Stainless steel sink unit with drainer. Window formations to the rear. Radiator. Pine panelling to the walls.
Generous landing allowing access through to all bedrooms. Window to the side.
16'10" x 11' (5.13m x 3.35m). Double size bedroom with window formations to the front and side. Traditional fire surround. Hatch gives access to loft space.
15'4" x 11'7" (4.67m x 3.53m). Double size bedroom with window to the front and rear. Traditional fire surround. Radiator.
11' x 7'7" (3.35m x 2.31m). Double size bedroom with window to the front. Radiator.
15' (4.57m) x 10'6" (3.2m) at longest and widest points. Double size bedroom with window to the front. Fitted wardrobe space.
13'10" x 5'5" (4.22m x 1.65m). Large bathroom with three piece suite in need of modernisation. Window to rear. Tiled floor. Radiator. Electric shower over bath.
A further notable feature of this splendid property are the extensive garden grounds located to the rear of the property. Lying immediately at the back door is a splendid courtyard area allowing access through to the rear of the garage and to various outhouses. Stone steps allow access up the main garden area which provides lawn sections, extensive and mature fruit and vegetable gardens and well planted borders. The gardens provide a rich variety of plants and shrubs and an excellent environment for keen gardeners and families alike.
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