The Old Byres

High McGowanston Farm, Turnberry, Girvan, South Ayrshire, KA26 9JT

Offers Over £365,000

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  • 2 Reception Rooms. 3 Bedrooms (one en suite). Dining Kitchen. Bathroom.
  • Attached stone byre with planning permission to extend.
  • Energy efficient solar panels and heat pump.
  • Mature garden.
  • Beautiful country and sea views.

The Old Byres is situated in an enviable elevated position on the outskirts of Turnberry with some spectacular views of the Clyde coast towards Ailsa Craig and Kintyre. The world-famous Trump Turnberry Hotel and Spa and the beautiful sandy beach are close by. Other local amenities can be found along the coast in the pretty little coastal village of Maidens which has a lovely long sandy beach and boasts the well-regarded ‘Wildings’ restaurant, a grocer’s, coffee shop and primary school. The harbour was originally built for fishing but is mainly used by those who sail for pleasure. Maybole is 8 miles distant and has a selection of small convenience shops, primary and secondary schools. The harbour town of Girvan lies south and has a selection of local convenience stores including a health centre whilst market town of Ayr has a wider range of shops, supermarkets and leisure facilities. Ayrshire is renowned for its excellent golf courses and in addition to the world-famous Trump Turnberry Ailsa Open Championship course, Prestwick and Royal Troon are 20 and 24 miles respectively. The popular Ayr racecourse is host to the Scottish Grand National and some of Scotland’s most testing sailing waters lie around the Ayrshire coast with marinas in Troon, Largs and Inverkip. Culzean Castle and Estate is (about 7 miles distant) was built in 1777 by the architect Robert Adam and maintained by the National Trust for Scotland is set in wonderful parkland and woodland with beautiful gardens, swan pond, children’s activity adventure park, gift and coffee shop. Maybole has close connections to Scotland’s national bard Robert Burns having been the place his parents met and married. Glasgow Prestwick Airport and Glasgow Airport are 23 and 57 miles respectively. The Old Byres is a delightful barn conversion built of stone under a slate roof. The property benefits from an air source heat pump and solar panels making it highly energy efficient with low cost running costs. It is attached to another byre with planning permission to further extend or utilise as an additional annex or holiday let (subject to necessary planning consents). The all on the level accommodation comprises a large dining kitchen fitted with bespoke handmade wooden cabinets, a 5 burner Rangemaster (dual fuel gas with electric ovens), extractor fan and dishwasher. Beautiful oak flooring extends from the kitchen to both the living room with dual aspect windows, a Jotul wood burning stove and painted stone wall, and the garden room with full height sliding doors fitted with electric blinds and a sky light window and over-looking the garden and views beyond. There is a storage cupboard which is currently used as a computer station for working from home. Additionally, there is a large walk-in pantry providing ample storage. There are three bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room and build in wardrobes, one bedroom houses a laundry cupboard with washing machine and tumble drier. The bathroom is fitted with a bath, rainfall shower, wash hand basin set in a vanity unit and w.c. ACCOMMODATION Ground Floor: Living Room, Dining Kitchen, Garden Room, 3 Bedrooms (one en suite), Bathroom, Pantry.GARDEN (AND GROUNDS) The mature gardens at The Old Byres have a variety of trees including Alder, Canadian Maple, Picea Pungens, Fir, Apple and Victoria Plum along with mixed hedging and beautiful colours when the Rosa Rugosa and Forsythia are in bloom. There is a small decked area from which to enjoy the stunning view towards the Ailsa Craig. Timber Garden Shed.Byre 2 (About 4.2m x 20m)Stone with slate roof.Power and light. PLANNING CONSENTPlanning permission was granted in July 2004 to convert two former farm buildings into a dwelling house. Planning reference 04/0070/COU. A copy of the planning consent is available on request from the Selling Agents. DIRECTIONS From Ayr travel south on the A77 following the signs for Turnberry. Once past Turnberry turn left at Dowhill Farm Shop and Café, follow the road past the caravan park, turn left at the next fork in the road turn right and follow signs for Dailly. Take the first left and the Old Byres is the first house on the right hand side.ACCESSThree properties have shared maintenance over the access road.POST CODE KA26 9JT WHAT3WORDSTo find this property location to within 3 metres, download and use What3Words and enter the following 3 words: ///threaded.required.grafted