Presented in walk-in condition, this lovely extended five bedroom detached bungalow offers the perfect family accommodation in the heart of the village near all amenities and local school.
The accommodation comprises a large lounge, fully fitted kitchen, utility room, formal dining-room, large open plan family room with kitchenette, study, Master bedroom with generous en-suite, four double bedrooms and two further bathrooms.
The mature front garden is bordered by trees and plants, benefitting from a lawn and large mono-blocked drive for off street parking while the rear garden is a large space and has been mono-blocked for ease of maintenance while the timber fencing creates ample privacy to enjoy the outdoors.
Due to the nature of the extension, this home can be split in two with a doorway in between, with the layout being a large lounge, fully fitted kitchen with breakfasting and separate utility room, master bedroom with generous ensuite, two double bedrooms and family bathroom. The granny annex would be made up of an open plan lounge and dining area with it’s own kitchenette, two double bedrooms, bathroom and study.
A very flexible home with plenty of space, viewing would be essential to fully appreciate.
EPC - D
Lounge 17'07 x 15'01
Dining 10'05 x 9'00
Kitchen 14'01 x 8'09
Utility room 9'01 x 4'03
Master bedroom 15'01 x 9'02
Master en-suite 9'04 x 9'01
Bedroom 2 9'02 x 8'02
Bedroom 3 9'06 x 8'01
Bathroom 10'04 x 6'02
Bedroom 4 15'04 x 12'07
Bedroom 5 12'01 x 8'04
Lounge/dining 16'02 x 14'02
Kitchenette 8'02 x 5'03
Study 12'04 x 7'04
Bathroom 8'01 x 6'02
A few things about this property:
- Large, extended detached bungalow
- Mono-block drive to the front
- Walking distance to shops and school
- Spacious and flexible accommodation
The finer detail:
- Five double bedrooms
- Two large lounges
- Formal dining room
- Spacious master en-suite
Besides the Turnberry Resort, the Ayrshire ‘Golf Coast’ includes another famous championship course in the form of Royal Troon - which has long been a favourite destination for important world figures and dignitaries including Eisenhower, who frequented the area to play golf. Ayrshire hosted the first ever open golf championship.
Ayr is the most prominent Town in Ayrshire and home to our local Clyde Property branch. Ayr has a comprehensive range of shops and an abundance of recreational facilities, as well as some fine restaurants and bars, not to mention the famous Ayr racecourse and yacht Marina in Troon.
With Prestwick international Airport on its doorstep and only a 30 minute drive to Glasgow or frequent train service, Ayr certainly is positioned as one of Scotland's most desirable places to live.