A substantial, stone built and character C-listed Victorian coach house set in a secluded rural location.
Giffen Coach House is a category 'C' Listed Victorian Coach House built in the 1860s which has been renovated to create a large country house in a very attractive setting.
The house is brimming with character, it is of substantial dressed stone construction under a slated roof with feature fairy tale stone turret, and distinctive crow stepped gables and dormers.
The accommodation is laid out over two easily managed levels which are dominated by a central drawing room with feature arched windows to the courtyard and dramatic gallery to full height ceiling.
Double iron gates lead to an inner cobbled courtyard to the front door which leads to the main reception hallway with under stairs stores, half wood panelled drawing room with arch windows, gallery and log burner, formal dining room with arched windows, well equipped kitchen with step down to comfortable sitting room with multi fuel stove assisting heating and hot water system, rear hall and door to rear gardens.
Stairs up to first floor hallway leading to bath and shower room, inner hall with three general purpose stores, galleried upper hallway over drawing room, six bedrooms (master with en suite shower and bathroom). Four of the bedrooms have Juliet balconies. Feature stone turret staircase returning from upper hall to kitchen and sitting room.
Log store, plumbed utility room, annexe at southern side offers potential for possible self-contained accommodation/business from home space/stabling, (planning permission has been granted to create self-contained cottage), garage, workshop, garden shed.
Driveway to woodland clearing, vehicle hard standing at front of garage, level lawn at the front leading via iron gates to cobbled courtyard, rear gardens of flagstone paths and chip stones.
Giffen Coach House is situated in a secluded rural location between the villages of Dalry and Stewarton. The property is surrounded by mature semi ancient native woodland and farmland.
Dalry and Stewarton provide an extensive range of local amenities including education, retail, entertainment and transport links.
The A737 provides good access to the M8 and Glasgow to the north and there is a main line railway station at Dalry (3.2 miles). Locally there are also the international airports of Glasgow (18 miles) and Prestwick (18 miles).
Glasgow (24 miles) provides an excellent range of professional services, higher education, cultural and retail facilities.
From Glasgow City Centre proceed west on the M8 motorway. After 9 miles take junction 29 (A737) following signs for Irvine. Continue on the A737 for 14 miles when you reach the roundabout to the south of Beith. From this round about continue on the A737 towards Dalry. After 2.9 miles turn left at Highfield following signs for Stewarton on the B707. Take the first left, continue for 1.5 miles then turn left at the cross roads. Continue for approximately 1 mile then take the second gated entrance on the right. Continue up the drive and take the right fork. You will then see Giffen Coach House at the end of this drive.