A beautifully appointed contemporary detached family house in lovely mature and private gardens and with first class home office/business
Grassyards is a detached and deceptively
spacious modern family house which is
perfectly set up for family and guest living
space as well as very flexible and versatile
office from home space.
Grassyards is of harled exterior finish with grey
Fyfstone at plinth walls and relief, the whole is
under a tiled roof. The addition of
contemporary full width bi fold doors at kitchen
and lower level sitting room overlook private
woodland gardens and significantly improve
the indoor/outdoor living space dynamics of the
Outer canopy porch and via stained glass door
and screens to main entrance reception
hallway with engineered mahogany hardwood
flooring. Main sitting room with picture window
formations and contemporary styled and
warming multi fuel stove, glass screens to
reception hall, shelved general purpose store,
bedroom 1 (currently a pets room) glass
screen to reception hall, bedroom 2 with
separation wall to en suite shower, bedroom 3
with fitted wardrobes, fully tiled bath and
shower room, bedroom 4 with fitted mirrored
wardrobes and en suite shower room, bedroom
Open tread hardwood stairs down to garden
level comprising large open plan and well
equipped integrated kitchen with bifold doors to patio and gardens, open plan
dining and breakfasting area and open plan
sitting area with warming multi fuel stove, wc,
utility room with access to sub floor.
A cloaks cupboard has a ladder with access to
fully floored and lined attic rooms offering
flexible space for games room, office space, or
with warrants and consents conversion to
further bedroom or living space.
Large garage structure neatly and successfully
converted office from home space.
Fully floored, lined and insulated, new
suspended ceiling. Open space with staircase
to further main office space at mezzanine level.
Charming pine lined summer house with
entertainments bar and lounge area, log store,
UPVC general purpose store and equipment
shed, timber garden shed.
Private access road to twin leaf gates leading
to black top driveway and good vehicle turning
and hard standing areas. The gardens are
fenced, well hedged, pet/child safe and are
fringed with mature trees all of which combine
to provide shelter, privacy, seclusion and
amenity. There are a number of strategically
positioned patios and terraces, mature lawns,
well stocked beds and borders and honey
gravel coloured pathways. An old stone
roundel has mixed shrubs and bushes. About
Grassyards is situated in a mature and private
woodland setting in the town of Dalry in North
Dalry has a good range of local shops and
services that adequately cater for every day
needs and requirements.
The nearby, almost equidistant, North Ayrshire
towns of Beith and Kilwinning combine to
provide a further extensive range of local
amenities including education, retail,
entertainment and transport links.
The A737 (recently improved with the Dalry
bypass) provides good access to the M8
motorway corridor and Glasgow city. As well as
to the ever-developing Ayrshire coastline.
There is a main line railway station in Dalry
(0.9 miles from Grassyards), with a frequent
service to Glasgow city every thirty minutes
and the Ayrshire coast. The international
airports of Prestwick and Glasgow are also
almost equidistant at approximately 16 miles.
Glasgow city (24 miles) provides an excellent
range of professional services, higher
education, cultural and retail facilities normally
associated with a major city centre.
Tourism is a thriving industry in Ayrshire. The
main town of Ayr has its own racecourse and is
arguably Scotlands golfing Mecca with the
home of the Open Championship at Prestwick
and present day Open Championship links at
Turnberry and Royal Troon. Alloway is the
birthplace of Robert Burns and his legacy
continues to draw people to the area.
For the field sportsman/woman the rivers of
Ayrshire offer salmon fishing by permit, the
Garnock water, which runs through Dalry, has
a back end run of salmon. The district also
offers some commercially run and challenging
low ground driven pheasant shooting and with
permission, some of the local estates and land
owners allow the chance to stalk roe deer.
Sea fishing sport is available on the Ayrshire
There are marina, yachting and chandlery
services at Troon, Largs and Ardrossan and
the lower reaches of the River Clyde, together
with the Ayrshire islands, offer some of the
most scenically attractive coastal sailing in the
Mains water supply, mains drainage, mains
gas, gas central heating supported by 2 multi
fuel stoves. Double glazing.
Note: The services have not been checked by
the selling agents.