Langdyke

Waterside, Kilmarnock East Ayrshire, KA3 6JA
Under Offer £475,000

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A handsome detached traditional farmhouse on the fringe of a village and in the open East Ayrshire countryside.

Description
Langdyke is a traditional Scottish farmhouse, forming part of a courtyard development with four other smaller properties, situated between the villages of Waterside and Moscow on the A719 Galston to M77 route. Externally and internally this extensive property has been upgraded and modernised in recent years by the current owner and now represents fine, well-proportioned family accommodation over two easily managed levels.

Via entrance vestibule, formal dining/sitting room with log burner, formal sitting room with log burner and French doors to gardens, study, utility room with door to yard and outbuildings, generous kitchen with Aga cooker, stylish open plan to family room again with log burner and door to rear gardens.
Stairs to upper hallway with Velux window, bedroom 1 with Velux window and en suite shower room, bedroom 2 with dormer window and en suite shower room which is Jack & Jill to bedroom 3 with dormer windows, bedroom 4 (master) with en suite bathroom and good sized dressing room.

Outbuildings
Box profile steel general purpose barn with good storage for hay, bedding, tack and feed, five loose boxes, one mare and foal loose box, arranged to form a courtyard and backing onto an all-weather arena. Dog kennel and enclosure, large vegetable garden, polytunnel, poultry houses and enclosures.

Gardens & Grounds
Gravel access track from public road to Langdyke, ample vehicular turning and hard standing areas. A drystone dyke bounds front level gardens with rowan tree. The rear gardens are laid mainly to grass with shrubs, bushes, plants and trees, pond, large vegetable garden and polytunnel. We understand that the access road will be improved following the completion of the three new homes to the west of Langdyke.

Land
In all extends to about 12.8 acres with fields in a number of compartments suitable for summer grazing and crops of hay/haylage/silage. Northern boundary marked by Hareshawmuir Water.

Local Authorities
East Ayrshire Council, 01563 576000.

Services
Langdyke is served by a mains water supply, private septic tank drainage, oil fired wet central heating with support heating from log burners, double glazing.

Note: The services have not been checked by the selling agents.

Council Tax
Langdyke is in Band G and the amount payable for 2021/2022 is £3,047.54 including water.

EPC
EPC rating F.

Situation
Langdyke is a traditional Scottish farmhouse, forming part of a courtyard development with four other smaller properties, situated between the villages of Waterside and Moscow on the A719 Galston to M77 route.

The house is on the fringe of the village yet enjoys easy access to the village as well as surrounding open countryside.

Enjoying a rural location (a 1/4 mile from the main road) with pleasant south facing outlooks, the property is well placed to take advantage of easy access for those who commute on daily basis to Glasgow city centre and beyond via the nearby M77 major trunk route. Glasgow and Prestwick Airports as well as the three main Ayrshire towns of Ayr, Kilmarnock and Irvine and shopping centres in an around Glasgow, are all within easy reach by car.

Kilmarnock is about 6.1 miles to the south west with a good range of high street shops, sporting and leisure facilities, professional services, supermarkets and retail parks. Silverburn shopping centre and a Waitrose store in Newton Mearns are a 15 minute drive on the M77.

Kilmaurs, Stewarton and Kilmarnock have main line railway stations to Glasgow, as well as an express bus service from Kilmarnock and Fenwick. Glasgow city centre is about a 25 minutes’ drive to the north (in normal driving conditions) and provides an excellent range of shops, professional services, higher education, cultural and retail facilities, as well as excellent rail services to Edinburgh and the north.

The nearby M77 junctions 7 and 8 connect to the M8 and M74 providing onward access to central Scotland and the South.

Fenwick is close to both Prestwick Airport (15.9 miles) and Glasgow Airport (24.2 miles) which offer a wide range of domestic and international flights.

Ayrshire is famous worldwide for its golf courses – private and public. World class championship courses within easy reach include Royal Troon, Prestwick and Turnberry. The Firth of Clyde is renowned as being one of the most scenic coastal sailing destinations in Europe with excellent marina and chandlery services on the Firth of Clyde at Troon, Ardrossan, Largs and Inverkip.

A number of local estates run commercial low ground pheasant shoots and the district has many lochs and rivers which offer interesting wild trout sport.

Travel Directions
From Glasgow city centre proceed southbound along the M8 picking up the M77 in Glasgow. Take the A719 signposted Waterside, Moscow and Galston. Pass through the village of Waterside and on proceeding out of the village Langdyke is located on the left-hand side, proceed along the farm track to find the property located on the left hand side.