576.56 sq m(6,206 sq ft)
Offers over £1,400,000

Treetops2 Wilson Avenue, Troon, Ayrshire, KA10 7AF

    Key features

    • One of the west of Scotland's finest modern mansion houses
    • Surrounded by approximately four acres of manicured formal gardens and woodland
    • Carefully refurbished to an outstanding level
    • Flexible accommodation over three levels including an attic floor
    • Leisure wing with swimming pool, steam room and gym
    • Stunning bespoke kitchen with a wide range of build in appliances
    • Twin patio doors to terrace from the kitchen
    • Accessed via bespoke electric gates with long driveway leading to the property

    Stunning modern mansion house.

    About this property

    • Treetops, one of the west of Scotland's finest modern mansion houses, is surrounded by approximately 4 acres of beautifully landscaped formal gardens and woodland, which provide shelter and seclusion.

      The mansion, which has been carefully refurbished to an outstanding level, is arranged across three levels, including an attic floor. No expense has been spared in improving this property, with a completely new leisure wing with swimming pool, steam room and gym recently added.

      The ground floor accommodation begins with an imposing hallway featuring a grand carved stone fireplace, French doors leading onto the patio, and a beautiful oak and glass staircase to the first floor accommodation. The elegant drawing room has twin French doors and a large bay window with a focal fireplace, stylish ceiling cornice and built-in sound system. The library has dual aspect views over the garden, a modern fireplace and two recessed bookcases. A stunning bespoke kitchen includes a wide range of cabinets, high quality built-in appliances including an ice maker, large American-style fridge and twin patio doors onto the terrace. The substantial size of this room allows for a dining table and separate sitting area, making this the true heart of the home. Off the kitchen is an additional hallway that leads to the new leisure wing, pantry/utility room and an impressive glass spiral staircase, providing additional access to the first floor.

      The recently added leisure wing offers the very best facilities including a 40ft heated swimming pool, jacuzzi, beautiful mosaic tile steam room, a well-appointed gym and shower room. French doors and full height windows make this an extremely bright space, also providing access onto the garden.

      Accessed off the first floor landing are four luxurious bedroom suites, all with en suite bathrooms or shower rooms. The master suite has a magnificent freestanding bath, twin wash basins and a dressing room. The attic floor accommodation is made up of two further bedroom suites, both with en suite shower rooms.

      Treetops is accessed via specially designed electric gates and a long tarmac driveway leading to the main house. The terrace to the rear of the house is surrounded by lush green lawns and mature shrubs, providing a fantastic usable outdoor space.

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    This has to be one of the most fantastic houses in Ayrshire. I love the addition of the leisure suite!!

    Peter WalkerProperty agent

    Local information

    • Troon is one of Scotland's finest towns and world famous for the Royal Troon Golf Course which was founded in 1878 and has hosted the British Open on numerous occasions. Developed through the 18th century, Troon took its name from a rocky promontory known as 'The Troon‘. The developing interest in sea bathing led William Fullerton of Fullerton to offer feus for the building of villas and ambitious town plans were drawn up by the Duke of Portland, while the coming of the Glasgow, Paisley and Ayr railway encouraged further growth in the mid 19th century. Troon railway station was rebuilt in 1892 by master architect James Miller, and the town continued to establish itself as a superior resort for holiday makers drawn to the sandy beaches and the quality of its golf.
    • Troon lies approximately 8 miles north of Ayr and has a bustling town centre and a wide variety of shops, supermarkets, renowned restaurants and excellent boutique shopping. Prestwick Airport is approximately 3 miles away and Glasgow is easily commutable by rail from Troon railway station (journey time approximately 42 minutes) or by car via the A77 / M77.
    • Troon and Ayr provide excellent primary and secondary schooling with the local secondary school, Mar Hall College, and the private Wellington school in Ayr, each having good reputations for both academic and sporting achievements. There is an additional wide range of private schools in the Southside of Glasgow including Hutchesons' Grammar School, Craigholme and Belmont High School.
    • Royal Troon last hosted the British Open golf championship in 2016 and Prestwick Golf Club is the original home of the Open. Troon marina offers a sheltered harbour and the waters around the town are renowned for some of the best racing waters in Europe.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = D