Situated on the outskirts of the sought after village of Craigie, Caldrongill is an attractive property set in beautiful gardens with far reaching country views. Caldrongill is well located for easy access to Glasgow, Ayr and Kilmarnock via the A77 …
Situated on the outskirts of the sought after village of Craigie, Caldrongill is an attractive property set in beautiful gardens with far reaching country views. Caldrongill is well located for easy access to Glasgow, Ayr and Kilmarnock via the A77 and M77. There is a regular train service to Glasgow from Kilmarnock whilst Glasgow Prestwick Airport (7 miles) and Glasgow Airport (34 miles) have regular scheduled international flights. There are good state schools in the area, with Symington Primary School which is well regarded being about 3.2 miles distant and private schooling is available in Ayr. Ayrshire is renowned for its many golf courses, including the world famous Royal Troon and Turnberry. Ballochmyle Golf Course (7.5 miles) is a popular 18 hole course whilst Rowallan - a national riding arena is about 11 miles away. There is a popular Racecourse in Ayr and excellent yachting facilities are available at the Marina in Troon. The quiet country lanes around Caldrongill provide opportunities for walking, cycling and hacking.
Caldrongill is a delightful 1 ½ storey country house built in circa 1860 of stone construction under a slate roof with a later addition of pebble dash brick under a felt roof. The house provides spacious accommodation with the majority of the rooms overlooking the gardens and countryside beyond. The property is approached through a gated entrance which leads into a tarmacked courtyard providing ample parking and garage with remote electric up and over door. The conservatory leads to the south facing garden which is beautifully maintained and laid to lawn. The garden is enclosed with wooden fencing and further benefits from a monoblock patio area. Within the courtyard, there is a small range of useful outbuildings including stabling and a barn. The property adjoins a working farm steading to the east.
Ground Floor: Porch, hall, lounge, dining room, cloak room, kitchen, living room, conservatory, utility and store room. There are stairs leading to an attic room.
First Floor: Three bedrooms and family bathroom.
Within the tarmacked courtyard, there is a range of outbuildings as follows:
Barn: 10.36m x 5.36m - Stone and slate roof construction to include workshop.
Stable 1: 4.30m x 5.78m - Stone and slate roof construction. Loft above.
Stable 2 and 3: 6.10m x 5.78m - Stone and slate roof construction. Loft above.
Store: 3.65m x 3.24m - Pebble dashed brick and slate roof construction.
Coal House: 3.00m x 3.24m - Pebble dashed brick and slate roof construction.
Lean to: 6.21m x 3.25m - Box profile roof.
There is a productive 7.12 acre field in excellent heart opposite the property, which is well fenced with its own water trough which is connected to a mains supply. The land is classified as Grade 3.2 by the James Hutton Institute and sits at around 100m above sea level. The land is not registered for IACS purposes and is currently utilised for grazing purposes.
Caldrongill has 16 solar panels. Information on this can be obtained from the selling agents.
From Glasgow take the M77 south bound. At Bogend Toll junction turn left on to the B730. Continue along this road for about 1.3 miles and turn left at the fork. Caldrongill is the first house on the right hand side.
Postcode: KA1 5NJ
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