An exciting development of 5 bespoke new homes in an idyllic coastal location.
The development at Rose Cottage is set within grounds of 1.71 acres (0.695Ha). The original Rose Cottage has been demolished and the stables house has been retained. The new development by Pencorse Properties Ltd will see 5 new homes being built by well established builders.
Plot 3 Shiskine
Detached house 162 sq. m (1750 sq. ft.)
The development at Rose Cottage is located at the very end of the quiet minor road that connects West Kilbride/Seamill with Portencross.
The development is set within the grounds of the original Rose Cottage which extend in all to about 1.718 acres. The original Rose Cottage has been demolished and the Rose Cottage Stables house has been retained.
The 5 new homes are planned to be well spaced and set within level grounds with a leafy escarpment backdrop and with westerly views to Arran & the firth of Clyde, interupted by the historic 14th century Portencross castle with its fortified tower and quaint little ancient harbour.
About half a mile to the south are the manicured fairways of West Kilbride Golf course as well as the expansive sandy beaches at Ardneil Bay & Seamill.
Portencross is about 1.5 miles from the town of West Kilbride/Seamill, about 7.5 miles to the south of the town of Largs and about 32 miles from the centre of Glasgow.
The village centre of West Kilbride/Seamill is about 1.5 miles away where there is a range of shops and provision stores which easily cater for everyday needs and requirements.
Largs (6.5 miles) and Kilwinning (7.5 miles) provide a further range of retail facilities as do the more prominent Ayrshire towns of Kilmarnock, Prestwick and or Ayr.
West Kilbride has a reputable local primary school and the district has secondary schooling options at Largs, Ardrossan and Saltcoats.
The Braehead & Silverburn shopping centres are both about 27 miles to the east and there one can find a tremendous range of high street multiples together with M&S and Sainsbury anchor stores. Braehead also has an IKEA furniture store.
The city of Glasgow at 32 miles has all the cultural, higher educational and leisure services normally associated with a major international centre.
West Kilbride has a good connector bus service to Glasgow as well as a main line rail station with a regular service to Glasgow Central.
Prestwick airport is 20 miles to the south and Glasgow airport is about 23 miles to the east, both offer a range of domestic and international flights.
The A78 Ayrshire coast road provides good access to towns to the north and south and the B781 leads on to the A737 and the M8 motorway corridor all of which provide fast motor car access to central Scotland and beyond.
For sports/outdoor enthusiasts, West Kilbride is indeed an excellent location. West Kilbride has its own 18 hole golf course, (the northern edge of the course is about half a mile away) the course was originally set up by Old Tom Morris until its redesign in 1905 by James Braid.
In addition, the village has its own tennis club and the surrounding countryside which is some of the most attractive in Ayrshire, provides endless walks or cycling opportunities. The sheltered coastal waters of the firth of Clyde and west coast islands provide some of the most picturesque sailing in Europe and there are marina and chandlery services at Largs, Inverkip, Ardrossan and Troon.
Sea, river and loch fishing as well as some commercially run low ground shoots are all available locally.
Specification & Finish
The following detail provides an indication of intended specification and finish; however, an early reservation and security deposit will provide new owners the opportunity of influencing specification and finish to their own personal taste and style. Any specific changes outwith the standard specification will be met by the purchaser.
Kitchen and Bathrooms
• Choice of kitchen styles and worksurfaces
• Appliances including integrated dishwasher,
integrated fridge / freezer, hob, oven and
• Choice of sanitary ware to bathroom,
shower room and en-suite.
• Allowance for wall tiles or wet wall finish to
kitchen / bathrooms
• Modern low voltage downlighting.
• Brushed chrome finishes to all switches,
• Intruder alarm system.
• B.T. Fibre Broadband.
• High efficiency silent extract fans to all wet
• High efficiency Air source heat pump with
underfloor heating on ground floor and
radiators / towel heaters upstairs.
• Oak hardwood veneered doors to gound floor, white paint finish door to upper floor with glazed doors to public rooms.
• Sliding doors to wardrobes.
• Staircase with softwood treads for carpet
finish and balustrade formed with oak
hardwood spindles and handrail.
• Coving to ground floor rooms with cornice to
lounge and dining rooms
• Internal paint finish to all joinery throughout.
Windows / Doors
• High performance UPVC framed white /
• Composite external doors with high
• Velux roof windows with white finish inside.
• K-rend off white render with smooth band
surrounds to windows and doors. Smooth
• Slated roofs
• Paint finished exposed rafter ends feature.
• White UPVC fascia and rainwater goods.
• Heritage riven York stone slab pathways
• Gravel driveway with kerb edging.
• Mains water supply, drainage is by new
communal wastewater treatment plant.
The new properties will benefit from guarantee by the provision of Architects Certificates, now referred to as Professional Consultants Certificates.
Our selling policy is based on offers over the guide price. Once your offer has been submitted and accepted in principle, we will request that you pay your reservation fee of £500.
Your reservation fee reserves your new home for 28 days at the end of which we expect you to conclude missives and pay a deposit of 2% of the agreed purchase price. The reservation fee and deposit are then deducted from the agreed purchase price of your home.
Should you withdraw from the purchase, the reservation fee is non-returnable, and a proportion of the deposit will be used to cover any legal fees and outlays incurred by our clients on your behalf with any balance being returned.
Deed of Conditions
Buyers of the properties will be required to sign up to and adopt a development Deed of Conditions. The Deed of Conditions is a set of rules drawn up by the developer which regulates the rights and obligations of the homeowners on the development, it is intended to provide the owner of each property with rights of access, rights for services and utilities and rights to enjoy the open spaces, it also covers how any common maintenance costs will be divided between the homeowners on the development.
The information including the site layout, floor plans and 3D CGI renderings shown on this brochure and on our website are intended for illustration purposes only and may change, for example, in response to market demand or ground conditions. Consequently, it should be treated as general guidance and cannot be relied upon as accurately describing any of the Specified Matters prescribed by any order ¬made under Property Misdescription Act 1991. Nor do the contents in any way constitute a contract, part of a contract or a warranty.
Note: The services have not been checked by the selling agents.
The properties have yet to be assessed for council tax.
Strictly by appointment with Robb Residential, telephone 0141 225 3880.
North Ayrshire Council
Tel: 0845 603 0590
Vacant possession will be given on completion.
Offers are to be submitted in Scottish legal terms to the selling agents Robb Residential, 150 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5NE. A closing date for offers may be fixed and prospective purchasers are advised to register their interest with the selling agents in order to be kept fully informed of any closing date.