No. 5, Lochridge house is located in a converted mansion house set within extensive shared gardens in accessible position off the A735 and close to the town of Stewarton, known locally as Bonnet Toun. Stewarton has a post office, supermarket, …
No. 5, Lochridge house is located in a converted mansion house set within extensive shared gardens in accessible position off the A735 and close to the town of Stewarton, known locally as “Bonnet Toun”. Stewarton has a post office, supermarket, professional services and a range of eateries. Communication links in the area are good with Stewarton train station offering regular services to Glasgow and beyond. Primary schooling and secondary schooling are available locally in Stewarton with private schooling being available in Ayr and Glasgow. Prestwick and Glasgow airports are easily reachable being 15 and 18 miles distant respectively.
Ayrshire is renowned for its many golf courses including the world famous course at Royal Troon and Turnberry and the world class “19” hole golf course designed by Colin Montgomerie at Rowallan Castle, which includes a first class hotel and events venue and restaurant (The Glasshouse). There are also 2 large equestrian facilities in the immediate vicinity. There is a popular racecourse in Ayr and excellent yachting facilities at the marinas in Troon, Largs and Ardrossan. Nearby Lainshaw Estate offers public walks.
No. 5, Lochridge House is a most appealing property set within an impressive Mansion House, which dates back over 400 years to the early 1600’s with a large extension to the property undertaken in the mid 1800’s. You arrive at the property via the large elevated front steps leading up to the front porch set within a high French tower roof with crow stepped gables. Lochridge House is a striking building and No. 5 is set within the Victorian side of the ground and first floor of the property. The property provides a spacious family home with beautiful and far reaching countryside views from the large, triple glazed, windows throughout the property.
Ground Floor: Reception Hallway, Main Living / Dining Room, Kitchen.
First Floor: Three bedrooms (one en-suite), shower room.
From the grand communal entrance complete with original wood panelling, No. 5 opens to a reception hallway. The main living / dining is large, with 4.5m high ceilings, and retains a wealth of period features including moulded cornicing, wooden floors, open fire, large bay window overlooking the gardens and grounds, and deep skirting boards. The kitchen has a good range of base and wall mounted modern country style units under solid walnut worktops, electric oven and hob, Belfast style sink, utility area and large windows overlooking the neighbouring countryside. A staircase from the reception hallway leads upstairs to a large landing area which could be utilised as an office space. The three double bedrooms are all located on this level with the master benefiting from an en-suite complete with roll top bath. A modern shower room services the two remaining bedrooms. The upper communal hallway can be accessed from a separate door on this level also.
GARDEN (AND GROUNDS)
No. 5, Lochridge House is approached via a gated entrance and sweeping driveway which leads to a large tarmacadam parking area, 3 parking spaces are allocated for this property. The communal grounds are large offering plenty of outdoor space and are maintained by a groundsman employed by the residents of Lochridge House. An indicative plan of the shared grounds can be found attached to the particulars.