2 Coodham House, Symington
Offers Over £480,000
- Property Type:
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 3
- Public Rooms: 1
Number 2 Coodham House forms part of a magnificent grade A listed mansion house completely rebuilt and sympathetically converted around 10 years ago to create several stunning homes with a bespoke level of fixture and finish throughout including re-instated period features such as intricate cornice work, several bay windows, oak doors and skirtings. These are complemented by truly bespoke finishes including a luxury fitted kitchen (centre island and integrated appliances), quality sanitary ware and contemporary decoration. In addition the property has gas central hearing, secure entry system and double glazing.
The property is entered via the main entrance of the property with a fabulous grand reception hallway and atrium and in summary extends to, on the ground floor, an entrance hallway, welcoming reception hall with cloaks/wc, fabulous formal lounge and modern fitted dining kitchen. On the lower level there are three generously proportioned double bedrooms, all with walk in dressing rooms and en-suites. Completing the accommodation there is a useful utility room and two walk in store rooms.
Externally there is a private patio garden area to the rear laid to decorative chips and lock up garage to the side. To the front there is ample residents parking. The shared grounds of around 92 acres are host to several species of bamboo and other trees and plants, many of which date back to the early 19th century. The lake at Coodham is approximately one mile in circumference and is stocked with several types of fish. The lakeside woodlands hold significant arboricultural status, containing rare species of spruce.
Originally named Williamfield the Coodham House was commissioned in around 1830 by the widow of William Fairlie and stayed in the Fairlie family until 1871 when it was sold to William Henry Houldsworth, a mill and industrial landowner. One of the Fairlie family, James Ogilvie Fairlie is credited with being the original founder of the Open Golf Championship first held in 1860 at nearby Prestwick.
Coodham Estate enjoys an enviable location within close proximity to Ayr and Troon while Glasgow city centre is within comfortable commuting distance. The area is renowned for its rich golfing history with Prestwick, Turnberry and the current host to the Open Championship, Troon, all close by. The property is located just north of Symington which offers a good range of village provisions/stores and a popular country pub and restaurant near a rare and stunning Norman church. There is an excellent primary school and nearby higher education at Prestwick Academy. Tthere is also an extensive choice of primary and secondary schooling available in nearby Troon. Private schooling is available at Wellington in Ayr (9 miles) and in Glasgow (25 miles). Prestwick and Troon offer main line railway links to Glasgow, Edinburgh and beyond.
From Glasgow head south on the M77 which becomes the A77. After passing Kilmarnock take the exit at Bogend Toll junction turning right across the east bound carriageway onto the B730 signposted Dundonald. Proceed to the mini roundabout and Coodham Estate is the second exit. If approaching from the West Coast on the A77, you will turn left onto the B730. The entrance to Coodham Estate is immediately on your right.
Branch Address29 Portland Street, Troon, KA10 6AA
Tel: 01292 310 010
Email: [email protected]
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