Barn Conversion, Seven Bedrooms, Countryside Location, Bespoke Features, Mezzanine, Unique Redstone Brickwork, Triple Glazing, Underfloor Heating, Solar Panel Farm, Planning for Leisure Suite
A beautiful seven bedroom oak beamed barn conversion development set in the stunning countryside of Alloway.
This rarely available luxurious barn conversation covers over 500 square meters and sits within almost three acres of land. Numerous bespoke features can be found in almost every room throughout the property including oak beams and struts throughout, stained glass windows, Porcelanosa tiling, red sandstone brickwork from the original Paisley Gilmour Street train station used around the fireplaces and windows. Early viewing is essential to appreciate the size and splendour of this property.
On the ground floor the property is entered through the porch at the front and then into the main hallway, which has views out to the back patio. To the left there is a comms room, bathroom, a large bedroom with patio doors leading out to the front facing patio, very large combination dining room and lounge which feature stunning 'Tam O' Shanter' themed stained glass windows and a large open fireplace. Again, this room has patio doors leading out to the front facing patio.
The kitchen has been fitted with Edwin Loxley designer kitchen and single piece granite worktops. A Harrie Leenders Pharos suspended wood burner is fitted and suspended from the ceiling, which also doubles as a patio heater when the wall of glass bi-folding doors are opened out to the back patio. There are a host of features within the kitchen including integrated Miele appliances, a large wine and champagne store and an integrated wine fridge. There is also a utility room leading off of the kitchen.
To the right of the hall there is another double bedroom with patio doors, bathroom, large lounge with patio doors leading out to the back garden and kitchen. This side of the house could potentially be used as a guest apartment/ granny annexe
The solid oak staircase leads up to a 20m long hallway with a further five bedrooms and four bath/shower rooms off. The master bedroom also has a dressing room and patio doors. Above the downstairs lounge/dining room there is a study and mezzanine level overlooking the room below.
The property further benefits from triple glazing, underfloor heating on the ground floor fuelled by a Hiezomatt Biomass 100kw low energy boiler, motion sensor lighting and a solar panel farm.
Included with the property is a 250 square meter outhouse with a partially completed swimming pool and leisure suite. Full planning permission has been obtained for this project. Next to the main house there is also a 300 square meter workshop.
Alloway is steeped in history and located close to the birthplace of Rabbie Burns, Brig O' Doon and numerous landmarks associated with the rich history of the area. The suburb of Alloway boasts an award winning Primary School in Alloway Primary and also has Wellington School nearby. Royal Troon, Trump Turnberry and many other golf courses are all a short drive away. Excellent road and rail links are available nearby allowing access to Glasgow and beyond.
To locate the property, you pass through Alloway on the B7024 passing the Brig O' Doon Hotel on your left and the road then winds along past Auchendrane and is sign posted Blairston Mains at the next left turn. From there, the driveway winds down past Wallace's stone and as you go around Maggie's Knowe you will reach Whiteoaks. The views at this point over the country side right up to the Merrick Hills, the home of the dark sky observatory, is stunning.