£315,000 Offers over
Slater Hogg and Howison are delighted to present to the market this stunning 4-bedroom lower conversion on one of Kilmarnock's most prestigious and sought after locales on Dundonald Road.
The outstanding Westmont was the home of Hugh Lauder, one of Kilmarnock's most famous sons and the proprietor of the renowned Lauder's Emporium of Kilmarnock. Built in 1884, this listed building is a unique opportunity to purchase a slice of local history. Early viewing is highly recommended.
We enter the apartment via marble steps through the private front door with the Westmont crest. The heart of the property has a generous hallway off which we find most of the living accommodation. The elegant main lounge is packed full of character and original features, perfect for entertaining friends and family. The incredible fireplace needs to be viewed in person to fully appreciate and compliments the lounge beautifully.
The master bedroom boasts ample space and character, as well as a large bay windows that fill the room with natural light, creating a welcoming ambiance that is truly unparalleled. There are 2 further bedrooms to the rear of the property, both with sinks and the ceiling height these conversions are well known for. We also find the large modern family bathroom off the welcoming hall.
Moving on, we enter the large well-appointed kitchen with a dining space and ample storage. There is an adjoining dining room with space for a for a large dining table, as well as access to the bright and comfortable sunroom with a door for ease of access to the patio.
A second hall leads past the utility room into a second lounge which could be used as a 4th bedroom, with a handy shower room included in the cosy and flexible space.
The property further benefits from a drive with space for several cars to the front as well as a large garage which could serve multiple purposes. The private south-east facing garden to the rear has ample decking and seating space, as well as a beautiful pond and grass area equipped with a shed for storage alongside an access door that leads to the lane behind the property.
Kilmarnock town centre is only a short journey away, where the town benefits from a wide range of amenities including a large selection of supermarket and retail shopping. For the commuter M77 links to most major commercial centres within the central belt of Scotland and beyond. The area also provides public transport links both via bus and rail networks which connect to Glasgow City Centre and Prestwick International Airport
Living Room 15'4" x 25'7" (4.67m x 7.8m).
Kitchen 14'8" x 9'2" (4.47m x 2.8m).
Dining Room 10'3" x 13'1" (3.12m x 4m).
Utility Room 8'2" x 8'6" (2.5m x 2.6m).
Master Bedroom 15'4" x 19'4" (4.67m x 5.9m).
Bedroom 2 15'10" x 17'9" (4.83m x 5.4m).
Bedroom 3 10'3" x 13'1" (3.12m x 4m).
Family Room/Bedroom 4 12'11" x 17'11" (3.94m x 5.46m).
Bathroom 14'8" x 5'4" (4.47m x 1.63m).
Shower Room 8'1" x 6'8" (2.46m x 2.03m).
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