This is a substantial semi detached house with its origins dating from circa 1865 and extended
in more recent times. The house is situated in a quiet, sheltered corner in the village of Dailly close to woodland and the Water of Girvan.
The house offers a great balance of accommodation arranged over two floors and the living space is configured in such a way as to make it very adaptable for a variety of uses such as for extended family, B&B or working from home.
The original part of the house is entered by way of a Vestibule. From the vestibule there is the original timber door with acid etched glass panel through to the hall. The Hall provides access to the living room, dining room, third bedroom and cloakroom. From the hall there is an elegant stair case which has a wrought iron balustrade with timber handrail. The large Living Room has a wide and impressive bay window to front, multi-fuel stove and at either side of the fire are 2 shallow presses. The Cloak Room comprises wash hand basin and vanity unit and WC, the floor is tiled and walls tiled to ¾ height. The Third Bedroom has a window to the rear garden. This is a double bedroom. The Dining Room has double glazed uPVC French doors to garden. The Conservatory is double glazed in timber casements and the roof over is of polycarbon formation. The conservatory further comprises uPVC French doors to the garden.
br /> This original element of the house further extends upstairs to provide 2 spacious double bedrooms. Bedroom one has dormer window to front and Bedroom 2 dormer window to rear. There is also a bathroom with WC, wash hand basin, bath and shower stall with mixer shower. The Bathroom has a hardwood oak floor and walls are tiled to ¾ height.
With a second and separate front entrance the upper floor accommodation in the extension could be utilised separately from the main house and would be ideal space for teenager, granny annex or even to use as studio or office.
There are many period features in the original element of the house such as original timber doors, skirtings and architraves and decorative plaster cornices.
Windows are double glazed predominantly in uPVC casements except for those that are of Velux formation with these being in timber casements. Central heating is by way of gas (LPG).
The integral garage has automatically operated roller door and it is in the garage where the Worcester central heating boiler is located. Light and power.
At the front of the house there are wrought iron railings and a wrought iron gate, path leading to front door and an area in gravel with planted borders. A sloping driveway in monoblock leads up from street to the garage. The rear garden which is south facing is nicely enclosed and is fashioned in such a way as to make for easier upkeep. At the immediate rear of the house the space is level and laid in gravel and paved. Beyond is an area of lawn. At the foot of the garden are 2 outbuildings and there is also a timber shed
Viewing of what is a very well presented property is highly recommended.
Offers over £159,750