The grade B listed Dunure House is a traditional stone building consisting of two apartments, each of which are currently on the lettings market for 925 per calendar month. Both the upper and lower flats of Dunure House offer a well-proportioned living space with formal lounge, sitting room, dining/breakfasting kitchen and four double bedrooms.
The upper flat enjoys some art deco features in its bathrooms and a charming fireplace; while both have private parking and private garden grounds. Truly outstanding sea views to the Clyde of Firth and towards Arran and Aisla Craig are there to be enjoyed, particularly from the sitting rooms with their bowed projections.
Located in the pretty fishing village of Dunure, the house is believed to have been built in the early nineteenth century. At around the same time in 1811 the village's sheltered harbour was improved by the Kennedy Family. The Kennedys are also closely associated with the nearby and now ruined Dunure Castle (once their main fortress) and Culzean Castle, now a popular visitor attraction in the care of the National Trust for Scotland.
Joyce Smart, handling the letting of both properties for CKD Galbraith, said: "Both the Dunure House apartments are delightful with excellent sea views. Only a stone's throw from the shoreline, the beach is literally seconds from the front door of these two excellent homes!"