St Evox is a beautiful Grade C-listed country house, unique in character and occupying an enviable elevated position with wonderful views of the surrounding countryside. The property offers on the level living space and has been upgraded and restored to an exacting standard by the current owners.
The property has many unique and original features including cornicing, sash windows, shutters and surrounds that have been retained, restored and upgraded. Externally part of the homes history is displayed on the rear wall via an ‘Oswald Coat of Arms’
Accessed via driveway, a paved pathway leads to a welcoming porch that has been re-built, measuring just over 19 feet in width and with French style doors the space provides an excellent seating area. Modern country style kitchen with integrated ‘Bosch’ appliances to include oven, hob and extractor. The spacious utility room is off the kitchen and offers excellent storage.
Moving through to the middle of the house, the dining / family room leads to the hall a feature at over 36 feet in length and providing access to the remaining apartments, bedrooms 1 & 2 are both front facing with countryside views, bedroom 2 also comes with an excellent fitted wardrobing solution. The family bathroom has been expertly designed with white suite to include bath and double shower enclosure, the mixer shower coming with remote control feature. To the far end of the hall is a cloakroom / WC and bedroom 3, a double room complete with shelved alcove. The stunning lounge area boasts three feature windows offering wide views of the countryside, a log burning stove with limestone surround completing the setting.
Externally the driveway has recently been re-laid in a tarmac finish leading to detached garage with electric up and over door, the area provides excellent storage with ample power sockets and outside tap. The beautiful garden grounds consist of a pleasant seating area, laid out mainly in paving and decorative chips, the main lawn slopes round and to the front of the property with boundary wall, hedge, mature shrubs and trees adding character.
Further benefits include gas central heating powered by Worcester boiler
Please note: a public right of way exists to the side of the house.
St Quivox is a popular rural conservation area that allows for ease of access to both Ayr and Prestwick town centres, the towns have a healthy mix of amenities, such as, schooling, shopping, restaurants, bars and shorefronts. The Auchincruive estate is nearby with access to River Ayr and many countryside walks. The upgraded A77/M77 road network provides ease of to Glasgow and the surrounding towns. The local stations provide mainline railway links, with nearby Prestwick International Airport offering both domestic and international flights
Entrance Porch 19’1 x 4’8
Kitchen 14’6 x 7’5
Utility Room 13’2 x 6’3
Dining / Family Room 14’9 x 11’8
Lounge 21’0 x 18’7
Bedroom 1 14’6 x 14’2
Bedroom 2 12’2 x 11’2
Bedroom 3 10’2 x 10’2
Family Bathroom 10’0 x 9’9
Cloakroom / WC 6’2 x 4’2
From the Dutch House roundabout head south on the A77 towards Ayr, going through 1 roundabout look for sign post on left for St Quivox, taking exit to left follow the road and the property will be found on your right hand side.
For SAT NAV directions the property postcode is KA6 5HJ
EPC rating: D.