An impressive, well presented, modern bungalow with 15.66acres and expansive views in a delightful rural setting. With ground source heat pump, 6kW turbine, private borehole, 4kW solar panels Knockenlee offers the potential for self sufficient living. Viewing is essential to fully appreciate all that this property has to offer.
Located on the B741 approximately 6.5miles west of New Cumnock and 4.5 miles east of Dalmellington. There are good local amenities available in both New Cumnock and Dalmellington including primary and Secondary schools, shops and leisure facilities.
Constructed in 2008, Knockenlee is a modern bungalow offering high quality accommodation with scope for extension into the attic. Upon entering through the front door, the central hallway gives access to all apartments. A large living/dining room is located to the left with feature bay window to the front of the property to enjoy the expansive views down the valley. A conservatory adjoins the sitting room. The dining kitchen is situated at the rear of the property and is fitted with a range of wooden wall and base units, a 1 1/2bowl sink and drainer and a LPG range. There is space for a dishwasher and fridge freezer. The utility room adjacent has direct access to the garden and space for a washing machine. There are 3 double bedrooms, with the master having an en-suite shower room and all having built-in wardrobes together with a large family bathroom with double ended bath, basin, WC and seperate shower. A double door coat cupboard and a large walk in wardrobe providing airing space and having the benefit of a hatch to the loft with pull down ladder offer ample storage. The loft has been floored for storage but the house was constructed in a manner that would allow for extension into the attic space to provide 2 further bedrooms and a shower room.
A large single garage with up and over door, a useful shed which houses the heat pump and benefits from a power supply and water. There is a further small garden shed and lean-to greenhouse. There is extensive parking on a tarmac surface at the front of the property. A hardcore track leads to the pole barn which is well set up for sheep and cattle with pens, cattle race, water troughs and lights. This could be easily altered or extended to create stabling or adapted for any other use. The house is accessed via a private driveway from the B741.
There is a large mature garden laid with a mix of shrubs, borders and lawns and includes a feature bridge over the Knockenlee burn.
The land extends to 6.34ha (15.66 acres) in 8 land parcels including riverbank on the River Nith and offers useful grazing land or scope to create amenity woodland.
An additional 6.89ha (17.02acres) is available as a separate lot.