Scenic sea views from a Scottish country cottage

A delightful detached country cottage situated in an elevated position with sea views is now on the market.

Presented by Galbraith, Ladywell is a most attractive cottage with about 0.25 acres of wooded grounds, located in Dunure, near Ayr.

Internally the cottage has huge potential for extension and improvement (subject to necessary planning permission).

The house comprises kitchen with floor and wall mounted units, electric hob, extractor, oven and grill and opens via bi-fold doors to the dining room which houses the biomass boiler. The living room has windows on two aspects and enjoys stunning sea views.

There are two generously sized bedrooms with built in storage. There is a useful utility room and the bathroom is fitted with a bath with shower over, wash hand basin and w/c.

There is a brick built tool shed and garage. The house has triple glazing and ample cupboard space.

The ground floor comprises a living room, dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms, a bathroom and utility room.

The garden is enclosed by hedging and is mainly lawn with a variety of shrubs and trees. The garden has magnificent sea views and there is scope to create a raised patio/decking area from the living room for al fresco entertaining.

The wooded area has two greenhouses and a timber shed and extends to about 0.25 acres and is bounded by beech hedging and fencing. There are double iron gates to a slabbed parking area in front of the garage and tool shed.

The access road is owned by the farmhouse and there is a right of access from point A to B on the site plan.

Ladywell Cottage is situated in an idyllic countryside location only seven miles from the market town of Ayr. It enjoys breathtaking views across the Firth of Clyde towards the Isle of Arran and Ailsa Craig.

The coastal fishing village of Dunure with its picturesque sheltered harbour and ruins of Dunure Castle is close by and has a local inn, well regarded locally for providing good food.

In addition there is a general store and coffee shop. The hamlet of Fisherton under a mile away has a small primary school.

Within walking distance is Old Kate’s Bay with the lovely Croy Shore to the south west, both part of the Ayrshire Coastal Path which stretches for some 91 miles and runs along Ayrshire’s sandy beaches through rural countryside with superb vistas out to sea.

Culzean Castle and Country Park Estate also lies about two miles to the south with a variety of waymarked woodland paths and clifftop walks and the enchanting landscaped gardens of Culzean Castle to explore.

The coastline offers many other outdoor recreational pastimes as does the extensive countryside of Ayrshire.

Ayr has a wide range of excellent services including cinema, shops and supermarkets together with restaurants, bars and sporting facilities.

There is a mainline railway station with regular services to Glasgow and beyond and Prestwick Airport is about nine miles distant.

The agents will consider offers over £190,000.

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