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Apartment 1 is a most impressive ground floor conversion forming part of Dunlop Manor. The current house was constructed in 1834 for Sir James Dunlop by Glasgow architect James Hamilton. Beginning in 2014, the property has been developed by Laurel Homes to an exacting standard with quality craftsmanship and an attention to detail rarely seen. Period features have been preserved and there stunning skylights and fantastic elevated views out across open countryside. Further modern features include a bespoke fitted Poggenpohl kitchen by J S Geddes (integrated appliances), quality sanitary ware by Porcelanosa, double glazed sash and case windows, mains gas central heating, a secure entry system, a master bedroom en suite and an en suite W.C off the second bedroom.
In summary, the accommodation extends to an entrance hallway, an incredible open plan lounge with space for dining and a luxury fitted kitchen with a breakfast bar, a separate utility room, two double bedrooms, including one with an en suite shower room and one with an en suite W.C, and a family bathroom suite.
Externally the property is set in an idyllic rural location surrounded by rolling Ayrshire countryside. In addition there are communal landscaped gardens, two private car parking spaces and visitor parking.
Dunlop Manor and Country Estate is set in unspoilt rural Ayrshire less than two miles from the picturesque village of Dunlop, which provides a range of excellent local facilities including a primary school and a fast (21 minutes) and frequent direct rail link to Glasgow, whilst the wider amenities of Kilmarnock to the south are just 14 minutes away.
Dunlop lies on the A735 seven miles north of Kilmarnock and is ideally located for access to the M77 for onward road journeys to Glasgow, Edinburgh and the south. Glasgow Prestwick Airport, which offers flights to both domestic and international destinations is around 25 minutes drive away.
Ayrshire is renowned for its many golf courses including Turnberry and Royal Troon and, with marinas in Troon, Largs, Ardrossan and Inverkip, there are excellent yachting facilities. In addition, the popular racecourse at Ayr, which annually hosts the Scottish Grand National and Scottish Gold Cup is also within easy access.
Take the M77 travelling south east from Glasgow or north from Ayr. Exit at junction 7 signposted for Stewarton. Proceed onto the B778 and follow the road into Stewarton. Continue north towards Dunlop along the A735 and turn right onto the road signposted for Neilston. Follow the road along for approximately 1 mile and turn right into Dunlop Manor Estate.
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