Currently available to purchase as one unit or two individual apartments, this sale presents a unique opportunity to create a beautiful terrace character property in the historic village of Kirkoswald. This red sandstone building is deceptively spacious and is only a few minutes’ drive from Maybole town and the world famous Turnberry Golf Resort. Less than a hundred yards away is Souter Johnnie’s renowned restaurant, a perfect spot for eating out.
Individually, each flat comprises as follows;
Number 44 ;
Two bedroom ground floor apartment in the picturesque rural village of Kirkoswald. Internally the layout is made up of a large lounge with feature fireplace, generous fully fitted kitchen with garden access, two double bedrooms and family bathroom.
Dimensions Lounge 14’10 x 13’00 Kitchen/breakfasting 15’09 x 9’05 Bedroom 1 15’08 x 13’02 Bedroom 2 13’04 x 9’05 Bathroom 8’01 x 5’10
Two bedroom first floor apartment in the picturesque rural village of Kirkoswald, with beautiful countryside views. Internally the layout is made up of a large fully fitted kitchen with external staircase to access the garden. The spacious lounge has a feature fireplace, there are two double bedrooms and family bathroom. Dimensions Lounge 17’11 x 9’11 Kitchen/breakfasting 12’00 x 9’09 Bedroom 1 12’04 x 10’00 Bedroom 2 11’02 x 7’06 Bathroom 7’02 x 7’01
These lovely properties would make perfect homes or investment opportunities as visitors frequent surrounding golf courses. The current vendors have the property listed on various holiday lettings websites and have great results.Viewing is highly recommended. EPC - F
Directions - Upon entering the village of Kirkoswald from Maybole you will find number 44 on your right hand side just before Souter Johnnie’s Restaurant.
A few things about this property:
- Could be restored to one terraced house
- Picturesque rural village
- Large garden
- Air BnB/holiday let potential
The finer detail:
- Double glazed
- Feature fireplaces
- Finished to a high standard
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.