A magnificent Scots style farmhouse which has been comprehensively upgraded and modernised and enjoys an elevated position set in around 4 acres of land with paddock and extensive outbuildings providing excellent development potential.
‘Peatland’ is a magnificent Scots style farmhouse built circa 1750 and further extended in 1868. The property presents an impressive facade of traditional stone under a slate roof with crow step gables and has undergone an exhaustive program of upgrading and modernisation by the current owners including a bespoke fitted kitchen with centre island, luxury sanitary ware, new double glazed windows, oil central heating system, oak staircase, re-wiring and full redecoration. In addition there is mains water and drainage is to a septic tank.
In summary the accommodation extends to, on the ground floor, a reception hallway with two piece cloaks/wc off, formal lounge, dining room, family room with wood burning stove, sitting room, study, dining kitchen and utility room. There are two staircases with the main staircase from the reception hallway leading to three generous double bedrooms and a four piece family bathroom. The second staircase is off the sitting room and leads to two further double bedrooms and a second four piece bathroom.
Externally the property has a central courtyard providing ample parking. The extensive gardens are predominantly laid to lawn with shrubbery borders and mature trees. In addition there is an orchard and grazing land.
There are a number of outbuildings including two large byres (one with hay loft),former stables, dairy and covered log store which lend themselves to further development subject to any appropriate consents.
This outstanding property offers excellent, flexible family accommodation and lends itself to equestrian interests as well as further development subject to any appropriate consents.
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The property sits proudly on an elevated position overlooking rolling Ayrshire countryside. The idyllic location is close to the villages of Gatehead and Symington and within 3 miles of the M77 bypass which links north to Glasgow and south to Ayr. Troon, with its outstanding golf courses and beaches, is around 5 miles distant Prestwick Airport is around 7 miles distant and has regular flights throughout Europe.
For satellite navigation purposes the post code is KA2 9AN. From Ayr proceed north on the M77 turning left just before Coodham estate signposted Dundonald. Proceed through the mini-roundabout and turn right at the T-junction and at the next T-junction turn left. Continue under the railway bridge and Peatland can be found on the left hand side.
29 Portland Street,
Tel: 01292 310 010
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