A detached farmhouse, outbuildings and land in a pretty loch side situation close to the town of Ayr.
Jelliston is a ring fenced parcel of land and property assets in a fine lochside situation close to the town of Ayr.
The assets comprise a main house of white painted stone under a slated roof, and a range of flexible outbuildings with amenity gardens, woodlands and fields with water frontage extending in all to about 10.38 acres.
At one time the outbuildings were run as a pig rearing and processing unit. More recently the buildings were converted to create a DIY livery enterprise.
Outer door to entrance vestibule, multi glazed door to entrance reception hallway, comfortable sitting room with multi fuel stove on flag stone base, kitchen with oil fired Aga range cooker, space for breakfasting table and chairs, larder off to one side, family room with brick fireplace and exposed beams, garden room with door to rear porch, home office or study, bedroom 1 with en suite shower room.
First Floor, staircase to first floor landing to bedroom 2, bedroom 3 with built in wardrobe, bath and shower room, bedroom 4, and bedroom 5 with fitted wardrobe and en suite bathroom.
Mains water supply, private septic tank, oil fired central heating, partial double glazing.
Note: The services have not been checked by the selling agents.
Attached outbuilding of harled finish under asbestos sheet roof, outside wc, refuse stores, now disused former bacon/pork product processing rooms, dispatch and stores.
Detached brick built and harled outbuilding of double garage, laundry room, oil fired boiler house, coal cellar, freezer room.
13 x loose boxes, tack and feed stores mostly converted from former piggery structures.
Black top driveway with traffic calming measures and fringed by hawthorn hedging and post and wire fencing, cattle grid to entrance courtyard and turning roundel. Inner courtyard with plenty of vehicle and equipment hard standing space. Woodland grounds with mixed shrubs and bushes, fenced inner lawn with pergola.
Field to permanent pasture.
Jelliston House is situated amid soft rolling Ayrshire countryside about 5 miles to the east of the centre of the Ayrshire capital town of Ayr.
The A77 arterial route is about 3 miles to the west of the house which provides swift ease of access to Ayr and Glasgow city centre. Ayrshire has excellent local services with supermarkets in Troon, Prestwick and Ayr together with a range of high street multiples.
Glasgow City is 38 miles to the north east and as with most major cities has a full range of retail centres, professional, leisure and cultural facilities.
There are international airports at both Prestwick (10 miles) and Glasgow (43 miles).
Troon, Prestwick and Ayr have excellent local schools at both primary and secondary levels and the nearest independent school is Wellington in Ayr. Some of the children of the district attend the independent day schools in Glasgow to which there are frequent main line rail services.
Troon and Prestwick are well-known west of Scotland Ayrshire towns and are probably most famous for their Championship Golf Courses, Royal Troon, where the Open Golf Championship has been held no less than 8 times. The local shops have always attracted people to the area and the towns are well served by friendly local pubs, restaurants and hotels. Sporting activities are wide and varied, inevitably golf features with the Royal Troon Golf Club as well as many other private and municipal courses to hand. Prestwick Golf Club (where the Open was first played), is only about 8.5 miles to the south. Troon has a popular yachting marina together with associated chandlery services.
Ayr and Prestwick have indoor swimming pools and one of the largest indoor bowling stadiums in Europe as well as excellent tennis and leisure clubs with indoor and outdoor courts.
For travel, A77/M77 provides swift commuting to Ayr, Glasgow and surrounding districts. Ayr also has a mainline railway with connecting bus links with a regular service running to and from Glasgow city.
From Glasgow city proceed west on the M8 Motorway. Take the first junction onto the M77 motorway. Proceed on the M77 to merge with the A77. After approximately 35 miles take the first exit at the roundabout onto the A713. Continue for 2.3 miles and then turn left onto the B742. Continue for 1 mile and Jelliston House can be found situated on the right hand side.