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Low Tralorg Cottage is situated in a peaceful setting in the lovely Girvan Valley in the South Ayrshire hills. With views across the valley to the surrounding hills, Low Tralorg is in a …
HOME REPORT AVAILABLE TO VIEW UNDER BROCHURE.
Low Tralorg Cottage is situated in a peaceful setting in the lovely Girvan Valley in the South Ayrshire hills. With views across the valley to the surrounding hills, Low Tralorg is in a tranquil position between the hamlet of Old Dailly and the picturesque village of Barr, some 5 miles distant from the seaside town of Girvan which offers a wide range of local amenities and about 26 miles from the county town of Ayr, which has an excellent range of shops, leisure and sports facilities, cinema and art galleries. There is primary schooling in Dailly (5 miles) and secondary schooling at Girvan, whilst the nearest private school is in Ayr. The railway station in Girvan provides regular services to Glasgow and Stranraer. Glasgow is within easy reach via the A77 and M77 and Glasgow Prestwick Airport (29 miles) offers regular international flights.
To the north is Turnberry (10 miles), with world class golfing facilities and a luxury hotel and spa. The popular racecourse in Ayr is host to the Scottish Grand National and there are exceptional yachting facilities at the Marinas in Troon, Largs and Inverkip. There are many opportunities for game sports in the region, the River Stinchar is a famous salmon fishery and is renowned for its autumn salmon run. There are numerous walks in the area including the Stinchar Valley Trail walks and Changue Forest by Barr with a network of nearly 20 miles of paths and tracks surround the village and pass through the nearby Changue Forest, offering an abundance of wildlife including deer and red squirrels, and spectacular views of the South Ayrshire countryside.
Stretching for some 91 miles, the popular Ayrshire Coastal Path runs along Ayrshire’s sandy beaches through rural countryside with superb vistas out to sea with the great Ailsa Craig and the attractive backdrop of the Isle of Arran seen across the Firth of Clyde.
Low Tralorg is a large extended country cottage built of stone on one and a half storeys with a white render finish under a slate roof and two timber framed extensions. It has been improved and extended over the years to include a disabled access ramp with handrail to the front of the adjoining self contained one bedroom annexe.
Low Tralorg is a charming and unusual country property with much potential for a variety of uses. It has however been unoccupied for a number of years and requires a degree of upgrading and modernisation as a result.
Ground Floor: Living Room. Dining Room. Large Breakfasting Kitchen. 3 Bedrooms. 2 Bathrooms.
First Floor: 2 Attic Rooms, w.c.
Annex: Open Plan Kitchen/Living Room, En suite Bedroom.
The entrance porch with tiled floor leads to the hall. The living room with patio doors leading out to the large patio, has wood burning stove with tiled hearth, wood panelled ceiling and artex walls. The dining room houses the boiler and there is a large and spacious breakfasting kitchen with ample base and wall mounted storage units and an island unit with further storage cupboards underneath. There is a single sink, extractor hood and space for oven and fridge freezer. There are 3 bedrooms on the ground floor, family bathroom with bath and shower over, and a wet room which is fully tiled with disabled shower access, separate curved bath, w.c., and wash hand basin and mosaic tiled flooring. From the living room, stairs lead to two small attic rooms with wood panelled walls and velux windows and a w.c.
The annexe has a separate entrance with a tiled hall and access to the rear garden. There is an open plan sitting room/kitchen with tiled floor, fitted floor and wall units, single sink, integrated oven and grill and separate electric hob with induction unit. The en suite bedroom has w.c., wash hand basin, heated towel rail and circular enclosed jet power shower with walk-in seat.
There is parking for several vehicles to the front of the cottage and whilst the rear garden is very private and sheltered with a large patio and raised garden which is overgrown. However there is potential to restore the many mature shrubs and trees which are bounded by fencing.
There are outbuildings comprising:
Single concrete garage with up and over door.
Metal garden shed with concrete base.
Situated across the single track road is a strip of land of about 6.18 acres with some mixed woodland, burn and former outbuildings (a polytunnel and some dilapidated timber framed sheds in disrepair).