Oswald Drive, Prestwick, Ayrshire, KA9 1AT | Property for sale | Savills
1,504 sq ft(139.73 sq m)
Offers over £400,000(192,294 BHD)

Oswald DrivePrestwick, Ayrshire, KA9 1AT

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Located in the sought after area of Prestwick.
  • Open plan kitchen and dining area.
  • Stylish family bathroom
  • Siberian larch clad extension.
  • Patio area.

Stylish upgraded family home in sought-after area.

About this property

  • Oswald Drive is a beautiful semi-detached villa, constructed in the early 1900s, that has been extensively restored and extended in a sympathetic manner by the current owners to create an impressive family home. The property offers generous and flexible family accommodation extending to approximately 1504 sq feet. The accommodation itself starts at ground level and begins with an entrance vestibule leading into the welcoming reception hallway with a staircase leading to the upper level. The main sitting room is located off the hallway to the front of the home and benefits from an impressive bay window with stained glass detail, elaborate ceiling plasterwork and cornice plus a limestone fireplace with inset woodburning stove. At the rear of the property, the family room extends into the open plan kitchen and dining area with large windows, patio doors and Velux windows flooding the space with natural light and offering an outlook over the garden. This is a fantastic sociable space and features characterful herringbone oak flooring throughout and exposed beams in the ceiling.

    The fabulous contemporary kitchen is well designed and has a range of built in appliances along with high and low level cabinetry. The breakfast island provides extra storage and a place to dine; a particular highlight is the Bartazzoni professional gas range stove with stainless steel splashback. Off the kitchen is a handy utility room.

    The shower room off the hallway completes the downstairs accommodation.

    The stairway with original balustrade leads to the upper landing with three well-proportioned bedrooms off. Two of the bedrooms look to the front of the property and one to the rear. Finally, the stylish family bathroom has a freestanding bath, spacious walk-in shower, wash hand basin with vanity unit with a heated, backlit mirror above.

    Externally, Oswald Drive is accessed from between two gate piers and offers plenty of external parking within the driveway.
    The rear garden is well laid out with a large patio area, lawn, summerhouse and shed and faces south making it a real suntrap.

    Recent additions as part of the renovation include new roof, central heating system including plumbing, re-wiring throughout, double glazed window units and the addition of the black brick and Siberian larch clad extension.

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The original character of this property has been improved and enhanced by the owners recent renovation and decoration.

Peter WalkerProperty agent

Local information

  • 4 Oswald Drive occupies an enviable position on one of Prestwick's most sought after streets. The town has a great reputation as a place to live, with its high street winning “The Great British High Street” award in 2020. Prestwick offers a wide range of excellent services including independent shops and two large supermarkets, together with a variety of restaurants, bars and sports facilities. Local state schooling is nearby with Glenburn and St Ninians Primary and Prestwick Academy a short drive away, Private schooling is available at the co-educational Wellington School in Ayr. Prestwick has a mainline railway station with a regular service to Glasgow and beyond with a journey time of around 35 minutes to the city centre. Air travel is easily accessed from nearby Glasgow Prestwick Airport which offers a number of international flights. For those looking to venture further afield or commute to London, a regular air shuttle service runs from Glasgow International Airport which is easily accessible by rail and road via the M77 with a journey time of about 45 minutes. Ayrshire is renowned for its many golf courses including the world famous facilities at Turnberry. Royal Troon and The Prestwick Old Course, both former Open Championship venues, are also close by. The popular racecourse in Ayr hosts the Scottish Grand National and there are yacht marinas at Troon, Ardrossan and Largs. In addition to golf and sailing, the Ayrshire coastline is famous for its beautiful beaches and vistas.

Additional information

  • Council Tax Band - E
  • EPC Rating: C
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: E