Ravenscourt Cottage is a quintessential detached lodge house/cottage enjoying splendid open aspects over the adjacent rolling countryside.
Ravenscourt Cottage dating to the 1920’s is a charming, detached cottage/lodge house that is distinguished by its sandstone exterior, harling roughcast and set under a rosemary tiled roof system. Originally the lodge house to what was Ravenscourt Mansion House, the lodge house has been attached to the Ravenscourt development for many years and is now being sold by the Ravenscourt residents.
An outstanding opportunity that would suit a broad range of buyers, particularly those seeking a charming, detached cottage or indeed purchasers looking to acquire property that would be suitable for refurbishment, upgrading and redesign.
Undoubtedly the setting with its slightly elevated position enjoying aspects over the adjacent countryside, make this an extraordinary opportunity to the marketplace.
Entrance vestibule, traditional style L shaped hallway, dual aspect bay windowed lounge with fireplace, two bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom complete the accommodation. Large attic space.
The house is set within broad fronted, mainly lawned garden grounds with driveway and large storage shed.
The property has a system of gas central heating with an annually maintained Worcester boiler (installed 2016) and traditional style double glazed windows.
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Thorntonhall is a quiet leafy village displaying a variety of individual and impressive detached residences and is widely regarded as one of Glasgow’s premier addresses. Excellent shopping facilities are available in East Kilbride or the nearby suburbs of Clarkston, Giffnock and Newton Mearns, with a number of major supermarkets including Waitrose and Marks and Spencer along with a wide range of exclusive brand shops in addition to Silverburn Shopping Centre. They also provide a variety of leisure and sporting facilities including tennis, rugby, bowling, equestrian and a selection of well-regarded golf courses. It also has transport links to the city centre and beyond by way of its own train station.
From our office on Ayr Road travel south bound to Eastwood Toll taking the third exit onto the A727 Eastwoodmains Road, proceed onwards to Clarkston Toll, continue on same to Busby Road and on reaching the Sheddens roundabout bear left into the village of Busby, continue onwards and leaving Busby reaching the roundabout turn right onto Peel Road, continue onwards through the two roundabouts into the village turning left onto Braehead Road, continue onwards following the road along and the Ravenscourt development and the lodge house is situated on the right hand side.
134 Ayr Road,
Tel: 0141 639 5888
Mon – 9 - 5.30pm
Tue – 9 - 8pm
Wed – 9 - 8pm
Thu – 9 - 8pm
Fri – 9 - 5.30pm
Sat – 9.30 - 1pm
Sun – 12 - 3pm