A stunning unique home originally believed to be a salmon fisherman’s cottage, located adjacent to Portencross Castle, has gone up for sale for offers of over £399,000.

Positioned yards from the banks of the Firth of Clyde with panoramic views to Arran in the west, Castle Cottage is described by estate agents Corum as 'a stunning unique home originally believed to be a salmon Fisherman’s cottage that has been thoughtfully extended.'

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The cottage is also located adjacent to Portencross Castle which dates back to the Bronze Age and is believed to be the last resting place of Scotland’s great kings before being transferred by boat to Iona.

The property has a spacious and flexible internal layout with bright living areas, dining kitchen, store, double integral garage, external balcony and three double bedrooms with the master having access to an en-suite wet room.

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For people with mobility issues a platform lift gives access from the ground to the first floor.

The accommodation on offer comprises a reception hallway, with original tiled flooring, with doorway access to the integral double garage and the dining kitchen.

The reception hall also leads to an informal living area with bay projection giving panoramic views to the Isle of Arran.

The dining kitchen features a wood burning stove and is fitted with a range of base units and a walk in larder, with integrated Calor gas hob, electric oven and grill.
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 An individually designed staircase with wood treads and metal supporting column in the reception hallway leads to the upper level where a spacious lounge includes bay windows and a wood burning stove.

Set off the lounge area a study area features units, a sink with drainer and tiled surrounds.

The bay projection has doorway access to an external wrap around balcony with unrestricted spectacular views including Ailsa Craig, the Isle of Arran, Isle of Bute and beyond.

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There are three double bedrooms on this level, two with views to the Firth of Clyde.

The master bedroom has castle views and views to the village and Auld Hill fort and dun, and has a stylish en-suite wet room with underfloor heating, complete with Italian hand painted tiles.

The cottage is surrounded by attractive gardens laid with a mixture of lawn, mature shrubs and informal natural planting. There is also a traditional wooden greenhouse and vegetable beds.

The property is being marketed by Corum Property, who are seeking offers of more than £399,000. 

For more details, take a look at bit.ly/castlecottageportencross.