Situated amidst delightful rural surroundings this is a detached 2 bedroom cottage which enjoys an attractive south facing position commanding views over the surrounding farmland.
The cottage would appear to have its origins dating from the early 1900s and which has been extended in more recent times. The cottage is single storey and provides a good balance of accommodation comprising: Hall with double glazed/uPVC front door. The hall provides access of to the living room, 2 bedrooms and bathroom. The Living Room is a spacious principal room with windows front and side. In the living room there is a feature fyfestone fireplace, a door off to the kitchen and a further door which affords access to a flight of narrow stairs which lead up to the floored and lined attic. The Kitchen is a good space fitted with contemporary cabinets extending at base and wall mounted levels and which afford ample work surface space and an inset stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Integrated appliances comprise ceramic hob and a column mounted oven and microwave. The kitchen has windows to rear and side and also double glazed uPVC door to the back garden. The ceiling is clad with waterproof tongue and groove panelling and is fitted with down lights. Bedroom 1 has window to front. Bedroom 2 has window to rear. Both bedrooms can fairly be described as doubles. The Bathroom, with window to side, is fitted with wash hand basin in vanity unit, bath with electric shower over and WC.
Windows are double glazed in uPVC casements and central heating is by way of oil.
The floored and lined attic is approximately 5’7’’ x 29’5’’ and the floor to ceiling height at its highest point is 5’9’’. The attic could afford excellent development possibilities subject to obtaining the appropriate architectural advice and local authority consent.
The cottage stands in a level garden which extends to the front and rear of the cottage. At the front the garden space is down in lawn. From the front garden there are delightful views across the surrounding country side. On a clear day an outlook can be enjoyed towards the sea with Ailsa Craig in the background. There is a driveway in tarmacadam which runs in and along the side of the cottage and up to a car port. The car port is approximately 17’ x 13’5’’. The garden space at the rear is down in gravel for easier upkeep and the rear of the property overlooks farmland. There is an outhouse attached to the rear of the cottage this housing the oil central heating boiler.
South Threave cottage is about 3½ miles off the A77 and is situated on South Threave Farm. Although delightfully rural the property is only 7½ miles from Girvan and about 17 miles south of Ayr.