Thursday, 20 June 2013
CKD Galbraith offer delightful conversion within historic listed mansion with beautiful garden and fishing rights
Leading independent Scottish property consultancy CKD Galbraith is offering for sale 3 Mount Charles House, a beautifully presented conversion of part of this magnificent classical mansion, set in beautiful garden grounds overlooking the famous River Doon.
The original Mansion was built between 1754 and 1787 for Charles Dalrymple of Orangefield. Further works for a General Hughes were undertaken in 1829. Situated overlooking the River, the Mansion occupies a prominent position with gardens sweeping down to the lawn with a pleasant wooded outlook.
Most famously known as the birthplace of Robert Burns, Alloway Village is renowned as one of the prettiest and most desirable suburbs of the town of Ayr.With its leafy public parks and its close proximity to the beach it is a very popular area for families. Useful local facilities include a shop, post office, chemist and primary school, whilst Ayr itself offers excellent amenities including a private co-educational school, cinema, hospital and a wide range of shops.
No 3 Mount Charles House benefits from beautifully proportioned main reception rooms and bedrooms, including a striking entrance hall with oak flooring.
The impressive living room/dining kitchen also has oak flooring and bespoke glazed and oak doors.
The lounge overlooks the garden and decked area leading down to the River Doon with salmon fishing rights.
Upstairs there are four bedrooms (one with en suite). The property has a large lower ground floor offering a storage area and utility room.
Offers over £295,000 are being sought.
PDF available on www.ckdgalbraith.co.uk
CKD Galbraith’s Ayr Office is a Founder Member of the Elite Ayrshire Business Circle.