Hillhouse is a very individual traditional property dating back to 1790. Grounds extend to over 9 acres comprising of lawned gardens of some 1.2 acres and paddocks of over 8 acres.

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The property is situated in the most wonderful idyllic rural setting enjoying an enviable elevated position taking full advantage of the panoramic views over the surrounding farmland. In recent years the property has undergone an exhaustive programme of modernisation and redecoration creating a home which lends itself equally well to both relaxed family living and formal entertaining.

Internally the accommodation comprises, magnificent reception hallway with stunning exposed stone walls, beautiful drawing room with feature fireplace and wood burning stove, games room, study with aspects to the rear garden, modern fitted kitchen, large formal dining room overlooking the gardens, utility room, downstairs double bedroom, luxurious bathroom with free standing roll top bath, additional W.C.

The first floor accommodation comprises three well proportioned double bedrooms and a newly refitted family bathroom. The property is currently laid out in such a way that the new owner could easily have a self contained relatives/ teenage annexe if so desired.

Outbuildings

The adjoining outbuildings have previously had planning permission for conversion to a four bedroom dwelling house. These permissions have subsequently lapsed but could be reapplied for. The outbuildings are currently used for storage and comprise of a utility room/store and large barn with remote control up and over door and could serve a variety of uses. There is a further stone outbuilding to the front of the property.

Gardens

The formal gardens extend to approximately 1.2 acres with double gates opening to a sweeping gravel driveway providing extensive parking for a number of vehicles. The gardens have well maintained lawns and have a selection of mature trees providing natural seclusion and shelter. Paddocks Located to the east and south of the property and extending to about 8 acres. This is an unique and exceptional property and has to be viewed to fully appreciate the location and quality of the proposition.

Location

Stewarton is well served with shops, Sainsbury’s supermarket, professional services and a fuel station. There is a train station with regular services to Glasgow Central Station (journey time from 30 minutes). There are two primary schools and a well regarded secondary school. Private schooling is available at Wellington School in Ayr or the numerous respected private schools in the south of Glasgow including Hutchesons’ Grammar School, Craigholme and Belmont House.

From Ayr head towards Glasgow on the M77, exit at junction 7 signposted Fenwick/Stewarton. Continue towards Stewarton entering the Town centre. Proceed straight across the traffic lights towards Dunlop and Hillhouse, you will see The Cobble Shop on your left hand side, take immediate right into Hillhouse following the sweeping driveway to the property.

From Glasgow travel south on the M77 and exit at junction 7 signposted Fenwick/Stewarton. Turn right towards Stewarton and follow the road towards the town centre. Proceed straight across at the traffic lights towards Dunlop and Hillhouse is the first house out of the 30mph restriction zone on the right hand side.

Viewings

By appointment please through Clyde Property Ayr on 01292 262 777 or ayr@clydeproperty.co.uk. We’re available till 8pm every day.

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