Dyemill Cottage is traditional stone built cottage appended to Dyemill House – a typical ‘Arran Cottage’ located in a quiet rural area of Lamlash.
Retaining some of the original features, the cottage requires modernisation and refurbishment and has the potential to be a spacious family home.
Accommodation comprises, entrance vestibule, hallway, living room with an open fire, leading off the living room there is a spacious dining kitchen, large utility room with w.c. and family bathroom. On the upper floor there are three double bedrooms and a large cupboard.
You enter the cottage through the double storm doors inset with stained glass into a large vestibule and through into the ‘L’ shaped reception hallway, where there is space for hanging cloaks and outdoor gear.
The large lounge to the front of the cottage has an open fire with stone fire place and a featured bay window overlooking the front garden.
Archways from the lounge lead into the spacious dining kitchen, where there is the focal point of a dual aspect stained glass window and room for a large dining table.
The kitchen is currently configured with wall and base units insert with electric hob and oven, along with a breakfast bar and plenty of work surfaces. The kitchen accommodates the oil boiler and hot water tank.
To the rear of the kitchen is a large utility/boot room with cupboard storage, W.C and plumbing for a washing machine, with an external door leading to the garden.
The stairs are at the rear of the hallway with large understair cupboard and further door out to the garden.
Off the hallway to the rear of the cottage, there is a family bathroom, fitted with a white suite, bath and separate walk in shower.
The timber staircase leads up to the upper hallway, with a large linen cupboard and access to the three double bedrooms.
Two of the double bedrooms are on the front both with picture windows overlooking the glen towards Benlister, one has the original built in ‘Edinburgh Press’ timber panelled wardrobes.
To the rear there is a smaller double bedroom with window over the garden and two built in timber panelled wardrobes.
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by ourselves. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.