Lambridden FarmDalry, North Ayrshire, KA24 4EN
Offers Over £475,000
- 1 Reception Room. 3 Bedrooms. Dining Kitchen. Bathroom. Boiler Room with w.c.
- Stone byre with development potential (subject to planning consents).
- A range of useful outbuildings.
- Superb lifestyle or equestrian opportunity.
- Stables and kennels.
- About 11 acres of grazing land.
Lambridden is an attractive farmhouse privately situated in a peaceful yet accessible location just to the east of Dalry in the Garnock Valley of North Ayrshire. Nearby Dalry provides a good range of local services including a mainline railway station, primary schools, supermarkets, doctors’ surgery, bars and restaurants. Private schools are available at St Columba’s in Kilmacolm and Wellington in Ayr. A wider range of services and leisure facilities can be found in Glasgow. Glasgow Airport is 17 miles distant and offers both national and international flights whilst Glasgow Prestwick Airport is 15 miles distant and offers a variety of international flights. Ayrshire is renowned for its many golf courses including the world famous courses at Turnberry and Royal Troon. The course at West Kilbride is also well regarded. There are excellent yachting facilities at the marinas at Ardrossan, Largs, Inverkip and Troon.Lambridden is a fine farmhouse built over two storeys of traditional stone under a slate roof, with adjoining outbuildings which could be developed to create further residential accommodation if required; subject to any necessary planning consents. The spacious accommodation comprises a superb modern fully fitted dining kitchen with attractive base and wall mounted units, integrated electric hob, extractor, dishwasher, oven, and a large central island which houses the integrated fridge and freezer. There are French doors from the dining area to the private garden. The living room is a bright room with dual aspect windows, oak flooring and a beautiful exposed stone feature wall complete with wood burning stove set on a slate tiled hearth. There is one bedroom on the ground floor with wall lights, coving and a cupboard. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a large boiler room which houses the condensing boiler and hot water storage tank, it is plumbed for a washing machine and there is a w.c. An attractive staircase rises to the first floor where there are two spacious bedrooms, the master having ornate cornice, ceiling rose and an iron fireplace. The bathroom has a bath with shower over, wash-hand basin and w.c.ACCOMMODATION Ground Floor: Living Room, Dining Kitchen, Bedroom, Boiler Room with w.c.First Floor: 2 Bedrooms, Bathroom.GARDEN (AND GROUNDS) The farmhouse stands in about 11.97 acres in total. The private and sheltered garden has a shrub border and is mainly laid to lawn and bounded by a variety of mature trees.The grazing land lies to the south of the steading and extends to about 11 acres and is graded by the James Hutton Institute as Grade 4(2). It is currently used for silage.Former Byre (About 15.4m x 6.4m)Attractive exposed stone with large arched opening which could be converted into an additional dwelling subject to planning consents. Slate roof and electricity.Stable and Storage (About 5.6m x 3.5m)Stone and slate with concrete floor. Single Stable (About 5.6m x 3.6m)Stone and slate with concrete floor. Power.Byre with 14 dog kennels (About 15.5m x 6.3m) Stone and slate. Concrete floor. Electricity and Water. 6 Stables (each about 3m x 3.6m)Brick and steel portal frame construction under a part corrugated and part box profile roof. Electricity.Former Milking Parlour (About 17.3m x 7.3m)Stone with box profile roof. Concrete floor. Electricity.