**CLOSING DATE WEDNESDAY 9TH OF JUNE AT NOON**
A detached all on one level bungalow in need of modernisation and improvement on a prime corner site within a pleasant residential enclave.
6 Cuff Crescent is a well-conceived, corner sited detached bungalow home. It is completed in a mixture of white stone render finish with honey-coloured facing brick relief, all under a tiled roof. The house is within a now well-established residential enclave with surrounding homes providing a variety of bungalow, semi-detached and detached 2-storey architectures. 6 Cuff Crescent stands on broad, mainly level corner gardens. These are mostly laid to grass and have been stocked up over the years with mixed trees and shrubs which provide amenity and interest.
The house provides relatively modern, light, and bright all on one level accommodation, and whilst requiring a degree of modernisation and improvement it represents a fine blank canvas for those who may wish to upgrade and improve, thus having the opportunity to stamp their own personal taste and style upon the home.
Outer canopy porch, glazed door with side screens to entrance reception hallway, electrical switchgear cupboard, 2 x fitted stores both shelved and one housing the gas boiler, cloakroom and w.c., a large sitting room with picture window to corner gardens, dining room with return door to kitchen, fitted kitchen, main bathroom, bedroom 1 with 2 x twin leaf sliding door fronted fitted wardrobes, bedroom 2 with 2 x twin leaf sliding door fronted mirror wardrobes, bedroom 3 with 1 x twin leaf sliding door wardrobes.
Freestanding, detached single garage with up and over door, window at rear, concrete floor.
Fine corner gardens laid in the main to grass. Front side are open plan to pavement and feature maturing cherry blossom and rowan trees. Returning to generous side and rear gardens which are again laid to grass and within which over the years there have been the plantings of mixed shrubs, pampas grasses, bushes, deciduous and coniferous trees. Close board fencing offers privacy and seclusion at the rearmost gardens.
6 Cuff Crescent is situated just to the southern edge of the North Ayrshire commuter town of Beith.
The house is sited within a pleasant, mature, and well-established residential address.
Being located close to the edge of the town, the property is readily accessible both to open countryside, and to the A737 which is the main trunk road connecting Glasgow, Paisley, and North Ayrshire.
The centre of Beith is about half a mile to the north; it is a broadly level walk, and it has in recent years undergone restoration. Part of the centre is now nicely pedestrianised. There is a good range of local shops and services which easily cater for everyday needs and requirements. There are supermarkets, a medical surgery, chemists and local firms of solicitors and other professional services.
Beith has local nursery schools as well as two primary schools and local secondary schools. Glasgow has numerous independent schools and St Columbas in Kilmacolm (9 miles) has an independent day school for girls and boys with a pick-up point in Beith (between 3 and 18 years: see www.st-columbas.org).
Extensive shopping facilities are available at the Phoenix Centre and at the Braehead retail village which has, among others, Sainsburys and M&S anchor stores.
Glasgow city (19 miles) has all the cultural, higher educational and leisure services normally associated with a major international centre. Glasgow Airport is conveniently situated 11 miles away.
An express bus service runs from Beith to Glasgow; nearby Glengarnock and Lochwinnoch railway stations provide a regular service to and from the city.
Beith itself has a challenging 9-hole parkland golf course and there are many other courses in the surrounding Ayrshire and Renfrewshire countryside.
The nearby Garnock river offers good fishing where it is possible, by permit, to fish for brown trout, sea trout and salmon. The river has runs of salmon at the back end. There are a number of hill lochs and commercial fisheries which offer good sport.
Castle Semple Loch is part of the Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park and includes the RSPB Nature Reserve where there are hides and trails which provide opportunities to observe nature and many bird species in one of the largest remaining wetlands in the west of Scotland. This part of the park also includes inland sailing, windsurfing, rowing as well as coaching for beginners. The Firth of Clyde has excellent chandlery and marina services as well as some of the UKs most scenic and enjoyable coastal sailing.
For those with equestrian interests, surrounding back roads and bridle paths offer miles of pleasant hacking country.
From Glasgow, travel in a westerly direction on the M8 motorway. At Glasgow Airport after the White Cart Viaduct leave the M8 at Junction 28A and take the A737 sign posted Irvine. Continue along the A737 for about 9 miles to reach the Clerksbridge Toll Roundabout. Continue on the A737 to arrive in Beith. Continue on the Beith bypass, at the southern end of the bypass, turn right at the Manrahead Roundabout onto Dalry Road, continue along Dalry Road for about 0.3 miles then turn left onto Morrishill Drive, proceed along Morrishill Drive for about 100 yards then turn left onto Cuff Crescent, number 6 is located within.
North Ayrshire Council, telephone 0845 603 0592.
Mains water supply, mains drainage, mains gas, gas central heating, partial double glazing.
Note: The services have not been checked by the selling agents.
6 Cuff Crescent is in council tax band E and the amount payable for 2020/21 is £2325.36
Strictly by appointment with Robb Residential, telephone 0141 225 3880.