The Elite Ayrshire Business Circle

The Elite Ayrshire Business Circle

Thursday, 8 April 2010


CKD Galbraith market Georgian stone
country manse and adjoining cottage


SCOTLAND'S leading independent property consultancy CKD Galbraith’s Ayr office is marketing a delightful Georgian stone manse with an adjoining cottage, set against a backdrop of rolling South Ayrshire countryside at the edge of the attractive village of Crosshill.


The house benefits from being close to local amenities whilst having fine open views across the beautiful Girvan Valley.


This former manse is a beautifully proportioned home, believed to have dated from the late 18th century. The house has lovely symmetry of design and generously proportioned rooms, many with large picture windows.


From the bright central hallway with sweeping staircase there are 3 ground floor reception rooms and a sunny dining kitchen with a useful separate utility room located to the rear. Upstairs are four good sized bedrooms and two shower rooms, with a further family bathroom on the ground floor.


In recent years has been added a further extension which comprises a charming 2 bedroomed attached cottage, which has potential for a variety of uses including an opportunity for holiday or extended lets.


This is a wonderful opportunity to purchase a delightful family home with the benefit of an income potential, in one of Ayrshire’s most attractive locations.

Offers Over £550,000 are being sought.

For further information: Contact Bob Cherry 01292 268181.

CKD Galbraith’s Ayr office:

CKD Galbraith
7 Killoch Place
Ayr KA7 2EA
Ayrshire, Scotland

Contact: R A Cherry BSc MRICS
Tel: 01292 268181
Fax: 01292 292300
E-mail: bob.cherry@ckdgalbraith.co.uk
Web: www.ckdgalbraith.co.uk

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