An elegant traditional detached farmhouse positioned in the picturesque Ayrshire countryside on the outskirts of the village of Dunlop. There are impressive views over the surrounding countryside including distant views of the hills of Arran. The home occupies a rural yet convenient location a short distance from the hamlet of Burnhouse on Lochlibo Road (A736) allowing access to both the Clyde Coast and via Barrhead towards the south side of Glasgow. There are day to day facilities within the village of Dunlop including a railway station, with more extensive amenities in nearby Stewarton.
Nether Oldhall Farm occupies an elevated position in private grounds of approximately 6 acres. There is a private driveway with gate lined by mature trees flanked by grazing fields. A hard standing provides parking for several vehicles to the front of the property and on the northerly gable there is a large quadruple garage and workshop area. There is a stable block and store adjacent to a hard standing, and a summerhouse in the garden. The more southerly wing of the property offers further development opportunity with planning permission to convert former byres into further accommodation if required.
This property has been extensively upgraded and modernised taking care to combine the charm of a period home with the comfort expected from modern day living. The outside has been painted and external windows have a mixture of UPVC double glazing and timber framed Velux windows within the rear facing upstairs accommodation. There is modern sanitary ware and complimentary tiling within the bathrooms and painted units within the large dining kitchen. There is an open fire within the lounge and the stunning barn and drawing room has a wood burning stove. The specification of the house includes oil fired central heating with a septic tank for drainage and mains water and electricity supplies.
There is flexible and well presented accommodation of nine principle apartment plus usual offices formed over a two storey layout. An entrance vestibule leads into a split level inner reception hallway which has window formations to the front courtyard and stairs leading to the first floor level. A stylish lounge has windows to both front and rear of the property, a timber floor and a feature fireplace with open fire at the focal point of the room. There is an inner hallway from the lounge leading towards to the dining size kitchen and with separate access to the dining room. The kitchen forms the social hub of the property with space for a substantial dining table and chairs and window formation and doors to both the side and rear of the house. There is a range of hand painted kitchen furniture with extensive worktop surfaces, an Aga oil fired range cooker, an additional integral double oven, a two plate electric hob, and space for a dishwasher and a fridge/freezer. The re-fitted utility room has space for appliances with a door to the gardens and entry to a modern tiled wet room. The impressive barn room provides an ideal space for entertaining, extending to 35 feet in length, with stunning views over the surrounding countryside from a variety of windows and French doors. There is a wood burning stove at the focal point of the room and an arched timber clad ceiling. A family room is currently used as a study and there is a cloakroom/WC. The master bedroom suite is positioned on the ground floor level with dual aspects and entry to a modern en-suite shower room.
The upper floor of the property has a broad hallway with front facing window formation three large double size wardrobes. There are four further bedrooms all with rear facing double glazed Velux windows. The family bathroom is positioned on this floor with a modern four piece suite in white comprising of a WC, wash hand basin with vanity casement, a bath with mixer tap and shower rose and a separate corner position shower area with chrome mixer shower.