Situated in a delightful rural setting , this is a middle terrace, 2 bedroom cottage with 2 areas of garden.
The cottage enjoys an easterly view across the Duisk Valley toward farmland and surrounding hillside and the property is easily accessible just off the A714 about 9 miles from Girvan and approx 21 miles from Newton Stewart.
The cottage was built circa late 1800s and more recently has been thermally clad externally. The cottage is single storey, constructed of brick under a pitched roof overlaid with slate. Central heating is by way of oil (installed 2017) and windows are mostly double glazed in uPVC casements.
The interior is light and airy comprising: Entrance Vestibule with timber front door and timber/glass inner door to hall. The Hall provides access to all rooms and has a built in cupboard housing the electric consumer box. The Living Room is large bright space with window to front, sliding patio door to back garden and wood burning stove. The Kitchen, with window to front comprises base and wall mounted units and tiled walls and floor. Bedroom 1, a double bedroom has window to front. Bedroom 2 is to the back of the house, this is a double bedroom with single glazed window in timber casement. The Shower Room comprises shower cabinet with mixer shower, wash hand basin in vanity unit, wc, water proof wall panelling, tiled floor and window to rear.
The property comprises two areas of garden. There is a garden at the immediate rear of the cottage and the second garden area is a larger space which extends behind the garage. This second area of garden requires some work to take it in hand and the garage is also in dilapidated state. We understand that the drive way into this terraced row is shared in common with the proprietors of the two other cottages.
The property is located just to the south of the small settlement of Pinwherry. The villages of Colmonell and Barrhill both have primary schools and both are about 4 miles from the property. Barrhill also has a railway station with connections to Girvan and Ayr.
A cottage with great potential and in a lovely setting.
Well worth viewing.
This corner of south west Ayrshire is renowned for its contrasting, unspoilt scenery and also its particularly mild climate throughout the year. The locality affords easy access to many of the attractions within the district which include: a variety of attractive hill and coastal walks and cycle trails; the National Trust’s Culzean Castle and Country Park; Galloway Forest Park which was awarded the prestigious designation as the first Dark Sky Park in the UK; excellent Golf Courses at Girvan, Turnberry, Prestwick and Troon. There are of course the usual field sports and rivers for fishing the most notable of which in the district is the River Stinchar. The county town of Ayr is approximately 30 miles north, Prestwick Airport about 36 miles and Glasgow approximately 65 miles. Girvan provides nursery, primary and secondary schooling, a leisure facility with swimming pool, state of the art gym and soft play area (this called The Quay Zone), community hospital, a variety of shops, an attractive sea front , promenade and working harbour with moorings for pleasure craft. The town also has an ASDA supermarket and a railway station with connections to Ayr and Glasgow and Stranraer.