5 bedroom detached house for saleThe Neuk Donaldfield Road, Bridge of Weir, PA11 3HR
- Stunning period home of c.2,900sqft in magnificent mature level gardens
- Formal Lounge and separate dining room
- Family room with feature bay window area over looking the gardens
- Kitchen with breakfast room off as well as a useful utility room
- Upstairs to 5 bedrooms, two with double aspect views over the gardens
- Family bathroom and downstairs WC
- Double garage, upstairs to feature artist studio or games room
- Four car driveway
Full descriptionThe Neuk is a magnificent Edwardian detached villa occupying mature corner gardens within the upper village of Bridge of Weir. Constructed for the first golf professional at Ranfurly Castle Golf Club and sympathetically extended in 1927 to provide a spacious layout of approximately 2,900 sqft. The house was originally named Threepenny Neuk reflecting the caddies fees that were used to pay for the property. There are Art Nouveau influences that reflect the style of the impressive Ranfurly Castle clubhouse.
The flexible accommodation of eight principal apartments is formed over two levels. Twin doors lead into the vestibule and open to a broad reception hallway with access to the ground floor apartments. There is a bright and comfortable lounge, a formal dining room and a lovely family room. The kitchen is fitted with a range of traditional furniture with a range cooker and space for a table and chairs. The breakfast room has matching kitchen furniture and patio doors to the gardens. There is a utility room and a cloakroom. A broad stairway leads to the upper floor with Mackintosh influences on the balustrade.
The first floor of this property has four double size bedrooms and a fifth single bedroom, currently used as a home office. The bathroom has a four piece suite in white comprising of WC, wash hand basin, bath and separate shower.
This period home displays a wealth of character whilst offering the comfort expected for modern day living. There is a gas fired central heating system and the traditionally styled external windows have secondary glazing in the majority of apartments. There is a modern alarm system.
The home occupies magnificent corner gardens screened by a stone wall with mature trees and shrubbery. The south facing rear gardens have extensive lawns, vegetable plots, mature trees, fruit trees and bushes. The “Pow Burn” ambles along the front edge of the garden. The driveway provides parking for two vehicles and leads to a detached double size garage which leads to a upper artist studio formerly used as a games room. This modern building has been designed to reflect the original design with remote-controlled doors, a gardeners WC and stairs leading to first floor artist’s studio.
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