This traditional mid-terraced house in Ayr represents the perfect family home with four bedrooms, three reception rooms, tasteful, sympathetically-modernised interiors, and a sunny rear aspect, plus a delightful garden and a generous driveway.
Set back from the road behind the driveway, the front door opens into an entrance vestibule leading directly into an airy hall. Giving the first glimpse of the tasteful accommodation to follow, the hall enjoys neutral décor accompanied by handsome pine flooring and elegant cornicing. An under-stair storage cupboard also features. To the left of the hall lies a living room. Here, neutral décor is elegantly enhanced by an accent wall, cornicing, a cosy fitted carpet and an attractive fireplace with a living-flame fire inset. Plenty of space is provided for various lounge furniture layouts. Situated to the rear of the property, enjoying a sunny aspect and set up in a semi open-plan layout are a dining room and family room. The dining room offers the perfect space for sit down meals with family and friends an continues the tasteful interiors with muted décor, a rich accent wall, and wood flooring. Similarly-styled to the dining room, the family room presents a third spacious reception area and also features a homely fireplace. The sunny, dual-aspect kitchen is conveniently accessed from the family room and affords access to a WC and out into the garden – perfect for summer barbecuing! Here, set up in a galley-style configuration is a good selection of contemporary, gloss-white wall and base cabinets, supplemented by wood-inspired worktops and neutrally-toned splashback tiling. An electric oven and grill, a gas hob paired with a splashback panel, a gleaming extractor hood, and a dishwasher are integrated, whilst space is provided for an undercounter washing machine and a tall, freestanding fridge/freezer.
On the first floor, a well-lit landing, with space for a useful study nook, leads to three double bedrooms and a single bedroom. The sleeping areas are all well-presented with their own unique, tasteful décor and fitted with carpets for optimum comfort. The generous master bedroom boasts a bay window with wonderful views of the Firth of Clyde, and a period-inspired fireplace. Finally, a family bathroom, accessed from a split-level landing leading off the stairs, is partially-tiled in earthy tones and comprises a large bathtub, a separate shower enclosure, a wall-mounted basin, and a toilet. The home is heated by an efficient gas central heating system and benefits from double-glazed windows throughout.
Outside, the house is complemented by a generous, walled rear garden, featuring a large patio, a decked dining terrace, a gravelled area, and a spacious lawn bordered by leafy, mature shrubbery, and two sheds.
Outstanding private parking for several vehicles is provided by a large, monoblock front driveway.
Extras: All fitted floor and window coverings, light fittings, integrated appliances and two garden sheds to be included in the sale.
• Traditional mid-terraced house
• Modern interiors and period features
• Vestibule and hall with storage
• Inviting living room
• Formal dining room
• Cosy family room
• Contemporary kitchen
• Three double bedrooms
• One single bedroom
• Four-piece family bathroom
• Large rear garden
• Generous driveway
• GCH and DG
The popular coastal town of Ayr is most famous as the birthplace of the poet, Robert Burns, and for its long sandy beach, where you can stroll along the promenade with an ice cream and enjoy family time. For days out, nearby Alloway is considered one of the most picturesque conservation villages in Scotland with its pretty gardens and quaint Brig O’Doon. The historic remains of Dunure Castle, the beautiful Culzean Castle and estate, and the world class luxury hotel and resort, Trump Turnberry are also a short journey by car.
Ayr services all your needs with independent shops, coffee shops, supermarkets, restaurants, hotels, schools, and professional services, as well as offering a wide range of recreational facilities and golf at Belleisle, Seafield, and Dalmilling Golf Clubs.
Walkers are also spoiled for choice and racing enthusiasts will know that Ayr Racecourse is home to the Scottish Grand National and Ayr Gold Cup festival. The mainline railway station provides services north to Glasgow and beyond and south to Stranraer. The property is in the catchment area for the excellent state schools: Newton Primary School and Ayr Academy.