28 Main Street

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A stunning terraced family home, offering a wealth of renovated family accommodation and gorgeous south-west facing gardens that extend almost to the foot of the historic Dundonald castle.
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  • Property Description
    Nestled at the centre of the historic village of Dundonald, close to all the amenities of the village and a short walk from the landmark castle that can be seen from the rear garden, 28 Main Street is a beautifully presented terraced family home that has been extended into the original attic space and undergone an extensive renovation programme by the current owners to create a fantastic property with an exceptional interior specification. The interior is complimented by incredible garden grounds to the rear that have a south-west aspect and look up at Dundonald Castle, with gated access to a woodland trail, significant outbuildings and a mixture of hard and soft landscaping.

    In more detail, the internal accommodation extends to a welcoming reception hallway with stairs leading to the upper floor and an under stairs storage cupboard, a bright lounge with a picture window and French doors that lead to a veranda at the rear, an open plan dining kitchen with French doors to the rear garden, a luxury fully tiled bathroom suite and a downstairs bedroom with fitted wardrobes. On the upper floor there is a large landing with a door into an attic store, a double bedroom with a Velux window and a third double bedroom with two Velux windows that is currently partitioned into two single bedrooms.

    Externally there is on street parking to the front and a fantastic country garden to the rear that extends to a gate leading onto the Smugglers Trail, a brick store, a wooden outbuilding that is currently set out with a large room, a separate shower room and an attached store, a fitted barbecue area, a paved patio, a covered veranda, paved pathways, mature shrubs and trees and a large lawn.

    Local Area

    Dundonald is a popular village, steeped in history, ideally placed for the A77/M77 and with a range of local amenities. It is also well-located for access to the towns of Kilmarnock, Troon, Irvine and Ayr, all with a comprehensive range of amenities, including schools, transport links to Glasgow and beyond, shops, restaurants and bars, supermarkets and leisure facilities. Ayrshire is renowned for its beautiful countryside and first class golf courses, including Royal Troon and Trump Turnberry, both regular hosts of the Open Championship. Prestwick International Airport, flying regularly to several destinations throughout Europe, is only 7 miles distant.

    Travel Directions
    From Troon, head towards Dundonald on the A759. When in Dundonald, turn right onto Drybridge Road/B730 and then continue onto Main Street. Number 28 can be found on the right hand side.

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    Branch Details

    Branch Address

    29 Portland Street, Troon, KA10 6AA
    Tel: 01292 310 010
    Email: [email protected]

    Opening Hours

    Mon – 9 - 5.30pm
    Tue – 9 - 5.30pm
    Wed – 9 - 5.30pm
    Thu – 9 - 5.30pm
    Fri – 9 - 5.30pm
    Sat – 10 - 12.30pm
    Sun – Closed