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Pinwherry House, Pinwherry, By Girvan, South Ayrshire, KA26

Under Offer £325,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4 Bedrooms.
  • 3 Reception Rooms,
  • 4.04 acres.
  • Double garage.
  • Ruins of Pinwherry Castle.
  • Lovely views.
  • Outbuildings.
  • Well proportioned rooms.

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Pinwherry House is a most attractive Victorian country house with spacious accommodation in the hamlet of Pinwherry in the Stinchar Valley, South Ayrshire.

Pinwherry is 2½ miles from Colmonnel with its primary school and 4½ miles and 7 miles from Barrhill and Barr respectively with shop and village inn. Local services and secondary schooling is available in Girvan (8 miles). The railway station in Barrhill provides a regular service to Stranraer, Ayr and Glasgow.

Pinwherry House is approached along a private drive to a gravelled sweep in front of the house. It is a fine Victorian family home with beautiful mature gardens of about 4 acres.

Built in 1876 on two storeys of sandstone and whinstone under a pitched slate roof, with crow-stepped gables together with a single storey wing, many original features have been retained in the main reception rooms with beautiful cornicing and ceiling roses. Many of the rooms command fine views over the gardens and the surrounding Stinchar valley. The accommodation is arranged over two storeys with entrance hallway, dining room, drawing room, sitting room, study/bedroom 5, kitchen, utility room, workshop and boiler room on the ground floor, and 4 bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor.

The house benefits from oil fired central heating and is extensively double glazed with plenty of storage space throughout. There are also a number of useful outbuildings including a double garage, garden shed, further garage and stores.

The front vestibule opens through to a glazed entrance door to the hall. The hall has a lovely archway with wood panelled walls and coving. The drawing room with decorative coving, ceiling rose, and dado rail and recessed shelving, has an ornate cast iron fireplace with open fire and marble hearth with brass grate. The cosy living room has a wood burning stove with tiled fireplace surround, recessed shelving and has delightful views overlooking the private gardens. There is a study/home office/bedroom 5 with fitted bookshelves overlooking the rear garden. The formal dining room with ceiling rose and detailed cornicing leads to the spacious kitchen with wood panelled ceiling, floor and wall units, electric oven and hob, 1½ bowl stainless steel sink, tiled splashback and woodburning stove on tiled hearth. A step leads to the utility room with floor units, single sink and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. There is a workshop and boiler room completing the accommodation on the ground floor.

The staircase with large stained glass window with window seat leads up to the spacious first floor landing where there are 4 comfortable bedrooms and a bathroom with bath with mixer tap, w.c., and sink.

Garage: About 19'3" x 18'3"
Brick with a box profile metal roof (pvc plastisol finish and anti-condensation membrane on reverse), electric roll-up door, electric and power, concrete floor.

Stores: About 10'9" x 6'9" and 10'9" x 9'10" and 10'9" x 9'11"
Brick store with wood store, garden store and oil store.

Garage (adjoining the house): About 15' x 11'3"
Stone with slate roof. Manual roll-up door.

Garden shed:
Timber framed.

The mature gardens and grounds of Pinwherry House are delightful, totalling over 4 acres and offering a diverse range of landscaping, enjoying fantastic views of the Stinchar valley and surrounding hills. An attractive tree lined gravelled drive planted with daffodils providing colour in the spring leads to the front of the house with parking for several cars and vehicles.

Throughout the grounds can be found a variety of mature plants and trees including beech and a lovely copse of aspen trees, the front gardens are enclosed by a stone wall which largely comprise of formal lawns with a wonderful Scots Pine and terracing with colourful shrubs and plants including lavender, roses and poppies.

EPC Rating = E

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Added on Rightmove:
03 December 2015

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