At a glance:
Very popular tea room ‘The Buck’ as part of the sale.
Large terraced home with generous garden
Beautiful setting in rural village with gorgeous views
Central location near amenities
Superb country walks and scenery
In more detail:
Three bedroom terraced villa
Garage and ample storage under the house
The picturesque and historic conservation village of Straiton in the heart of Ayrshire enjoys a wonderful setting with gorgeous hill and riverside walks, cycle routes and fishing – perfect for those seeking a peaceful and rural lifestyle.
Originally built in the late 1700's, the quirky accommodation is divided over two levels and comprises a spacious lounge, dining room, fully fitted kitchen with rear garden access, family bathroom and three double bedrooms with master en-suite. Furthermore, there is a small study which can be found just off the pretty upstairs landing. The property benefits from a basement offering plenty of storage under the house, part of which is currently utilised as a utility room.
The garden to the rear is of a good size, fully enclosed with a stone built double garage and ample parking.
In addition, the popular and long established tea room ‘The Buck’ is included in the overall sale of the property which is a central hub for locals and visitors who come to the village to enjoy the outdoors and the scenery. If running a tea room is not for you, this space could easily be adapted to extend the residence.
This gorgeous property offers a certain country lifestyle which many may find to be exactly what they are looking for.
Viewings are highly recommended to fully appreciate the locale and setting.
EPC - G
Lounge 15’06 x 15’01
Dining 16’00 x 8’00
Kitchen 12’05 x 7’03
Bedroom 1 15’06 x 9’02
En-suite 8’01 x 4’03
Bedroom 2 15’02 x 8’06
Bedroom 3 16’00 x 7’08
Bathroom 9’01 x 5’09
Study 6’01 x 4’01
‘The Buck’ Tea room 24’08 x 16’01
W.C. 6’02 x 4.01
South Ayrshire council area includes the towns of Ayr, Girvan, Troon and Prestwick, with a population of 113,000.
The area is accessible via various A road motorways and there are good train and bus links to the surrounding towns, Glasgow and further south. Prestwick airport offers flights to Europe and beyond. The county currently has plenty of choice for education, with eight secondary schools and over 40 primary schools across the area.
Places to visit include Culzean Castle and Country Park near Maybole, with it’s dramatic clifftop setting, Ayr Racecourse and The Ayr Gaiety Theatre - great for Christmas Pantos! The area has fine links golf courses with Turnberry and Royal Troon nearby. Craig Tara Holiday Park offers caravan holidays and facilities in Ayr, right beside the seaside.