Murray Crescent, Isle Of Arran, Ayrshire, KA27

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Slater Hogg & Howison, Kilmarnock

Property description

Nestling within generous mature garden grounds and having been significantly enhanced over the years by the long term owners this impressive property is sure to appeal to all who view given the expansive accommodation and highly convenient location. The property is situated on the fringes of the popular seaside village of Lamlash on the picturesque Island of Arran. The island itself, known as 'Scotland in Miniature' due to the fabulous scenery together with highlands and lowlands at opposite ends of the island, offers a peaceful and idyllic location with a fantastic range of amenities including renowned nature trails, mountainous walks, rivers as well as a range of well regarded golf courses, 9 in all. The village is on the south east coast of the island, approximately 10 minutes from Brodick, the islands capital and where the ferry docks from Ardrossan. Caledonian MacBrayne operate regular sailings throughout the day all year round including an enhanced summer timetable.

This impressive family home has been significantly enhanced by the current owners including adding an attic conversion providing the option of completely self contained accommodation with separate rear access, perfect for a granny annex or teenage wing or indeed generating additional income as a holiday let. The attic portion can also however be accessed from within the main hallway with a secure locking door. The house is semi detached featuring expansive accommodation, flexible in layout, either being utilised as 4, 5 or indeed 6 bedrooms. Externally there is driveway parking to the side, gardens to the front and rear together with greenhouse and outbuildings for external storage. The views to the front are spectacular over the surrounding countryside and the woodland backdrop art the rear provides a high degree of privacy from neighbouring properties. There is an oil fired heating system as well as upvc double glazing to the majority of windows. The accommodation extends to, on the ground floor; initial entrance hallway, formal lounge, fantastic dining sized kitchen leading to dining room and sun room which is currently being utilised as a utility room. There are three additional rooms on the ground floor which could be used as bedrooms or additional public rooms and completing the accommodation on this level is the family bathroom complete with four piece suite including wc, wash hand basin, corner bath and separate shower cubicle.

A staircase from the hallway leads to the upper level where there are a further 2 bedrooms and impressive lounge room with balcony overlooking the rear gardens with external staircase. Also on this level are two further shower rooms. The large hallway has all plumbing in place allowing for a kitchen to be added by the new owner if required in order to create a fully self-contained granny/teenage annex or holiday let subject to full planning permission and warrants from the local authority. There is excellent storage throughout the property on both levels together with loft storage within the eaves.

A particular feature of this impressive property are the well stocked rear gardens complete with well-maintained lawn, shrubbery borders and patio areas with a scenic woodland backdrop.

Positioned off the main road linking Lamlash and Whiting Bay the property is convenient for a host of local amenities including Arran Provisions, Lamlash village centre with local shops, transport links, café's and bars as well as Lamlash Bay with Yacht Club and pier with slipway. Lamlash is also home to one of the islands impressive 18 hole golf courses with buggy hire available as well as tennis club with four all weather courts. Within easy walking distance is well regarded schooling including Lamlash Primary and Arran High Secondary campus located within 1 mile of the property. Brodick is accessible by both car and bus and has a more comprehensive range of amenities including the iconic Auchrannie Resort and ferry terminal.


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Murray Crescent, Isle Of Arran, Ayrshire, KA27

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  • Ardrossan Harbour Station14.6 miles
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Slater Hogg & Howison, Kilmarnock

31-33 John Finnie Street Kilmarnock KA1 1BL

Slater Hogg & Howison, Kilmarnock

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