This is a beautifully presented terraced cottage, ideally located on the edge of the town of Cumnock in the attractive rolling farmland of Ayrshire.
Well-appointed and decorated throughout to a high standard, this Cumnock cottage is ideal for couples and friends seeking a stylish base as they explore the Ayrshire countryside and coast.
This Cumnock cottage has two comfortable bedrooms on the first floor, along with a bathroom.
The spacious ground floor has a sitting room with a woodburning stove, shower room, and a fully fitted kitchen and dining area with French doors to the garden.
The rear garden of this Cumnock cottage has a patio area and furniture, the ideal place to relax.
This Cumnock cottage is part of Knockroon, a sustainable development led by Prince Charles' Charities Foundation.
Close by is Dumfries House, one of the most beautiful stately homes in Britain, and the surrounding estate provides scenic woodland walks.
The nearby village of Auchinleck boasts the home of James Boswell and this is where he took Dr Johnson after their famous trip around the Highlands.
With walking and cycling from the doorstep, fly fishing in nearby Glen Afton Reservoir and many golf courses at hand, there is something for everyone at this delightful Cumnock cottage.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area, utility and French doors to rear garden. Sitting room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Ayr 15 miles; Glasgow 38 miles; Dumfries 43 miles.
The East Ayrshire town of Cumnock, sometimes called Old Cumnock, has many historical roots. With settlements here since the Bronze Age, the many memorials to its involvement with the Covenanters and also the claim that William Wallace resided nearby, there is much of historic interest in Cumnock. The Burgh of Cumnock was created by royal charter in 1509 by King James IV and the connection with the Dumfries family continues to this day with Dumfries House and Estate just outside the town. The house itself was built in the 1750s by John and Robert Adam and contains original furniture by Thomas Chippendale. Cumnock today has a wide range of shops and facilities and boasts its own Highland Games and Music Festival. With the coast at Ayr, many Robert Burns connections, and the world-renowned links courses of Troon and Turnberry within easy reach, Cumnock is a great base for exploring this beautiful and varied part of Scotland.
Note: Children aged 7 and over only.