Lawbrae, West Kilbride
North Ayrshire, KA23

Offers in excess of£245,000
Bedrooms:4Bathrooms:2Public Rooms:2


  • Traditional
  • Unfurnished
  • Parking: Garage
  • Council Tax Band: Unknown


  • Beautiful views
  • Close to the train station
  • Feature fireplace
  • Quality Kitchen
  • Quality Double Glazing
  • Gas Central Heating


"Westview", 9 Law Brae, West Kilbride.

Viewing is highly recommended for this blonde sandstone traditional home in the Ayrshire village
of West Kilbride. This house has come to the market after 41 years of the current owners having
lovingly looked after it and upgraded over this time so as to retain it as a very good example of a
house of its type. It is fully double glazed, has gas central heating, and the facials and soffits have
been clad in upvc for easy maintenance.

The property is in a quiet area located close to the station in an elevated position overlooking the
village and has stunning views over towards the island of Arran.

Entered via a traditional porch there is a large hallway with an original wooden staircase. The large lounge, with lovely sash windows, has a view over the garden to the village and is a particularly comfortable space. There is a unique Westmorland slate fireplace with a gas fire insert. The ceiling has traditional cornice features including a beautiful floral centrepiece.

The good-sized dining/living room to the rear has convenient, direct access to the family kitchen.
There has recently been installed a marble fireplace surround with a realistic living flame electric

The kitchen, which looks towards the village and Arran, has ample, modern, wall and floor units
with solid oak doors. There are Neff stainless steel appliances consisting of a double oven, a built-
in microwave, and gas burning hob wth 5 stations. A dishwasher and fridge-freezer are integrated.
A cupboard at the back has been extended to integrate a washing machine above which are
larder and general storage shelves. The sink, in granite, has 11/2 bowls and and a drainer.

Also on the ground floor there is a 4th bedroom, currently being used as a home office, and a
wood-panelled toilet.

On the upper floor there 3 double bedrooms. The master and 2nd bedroom benefit from beautiful
westward views. The master bedroom has modern built-in wardrobe and headboard/cupboard

The family bathroom with a tiled floor and half-tiled walls has 4 piece units including separate
shower and bath.

On the landing there is a stair access to a spacious, floored loft containing 2 desks, an underlit
glass craft table and a dark room. This is in good condition and is currently used as a "man cave"
and general storage area.

Below the ground floor there is a walk-in cellar containing a 3 year old gas combi boiler. It is
presently used as a general storage area and holds a freezer and condensing clothes drier.

There are gardens to the front and rear of the property, the rear offering a drying area. The front is a mixture of hard and soft landscaping with a large patio sheltered by hedging on both sides. It
has a fine view to the village and Arran. It has a working Victorian lamp-post, formerly positioned
at the station.

There is a single car garage with electricity and it has a greenhouse attached and adjacent tiled
small patio. Parking spaces are on gravel and tarmac areas beside the garage.

West Kilbride offers a variety of local amenities including an exceptional primary school, train station, 18-hole championship links golf course, beach, popular restaurants and leisure facilities. West Kilbride is also one of Scotland's Craft Towns and was voted Best Village in the Great British High Street competition in 2015. It benefits from a great selection of quality shops and all the basic amenities of a small town. The area is also well located for road and rail links to Glasgow, Ayr and Greenock thus providing ease of travel throughout West Central Scotland. Prestwick Airport is approximately 20 minutes away by car and Glasgow Airport 40 minutes.

EPC rating: D.


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