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Fairlie House was built by Charles Stuart Parker in 1818 as a family home and enjoys an impressive, slightly elevated shore- line location within the pleasant coastal village of Fairlie which lies immediately to the south of Largs. Privately set behind a belt of mature trees and expansive, level lawn, this traditional property has undergone a comprehensive, fastidious and sympathetic modernisation programme in recent year to now provide a quite stunning and contemporary family home. Encompassing sweeping Firth Of Clyde views over Cumbrae to Arran viewing is absolutely essential. In more exacting detail the exceptional family accommodation comprises : tiled vestibule, broad, central reception hall with feature wooden flooring, impressive lounge with open fire which connects to the sun room, large, formal dining room with open fire, sitting/tv room, breakfasting kitchen (appliances), laundry room and cloaks room/wc. Upstairs via feature staircase to the first floor landing with the master bedroom suite complete with dressing room and built in wardrobes and four piece en suite shower room. There are three additional bedrooms (bedroom two also has an en suite shower room) and four piece bathroom suite on this floor. The upper level has a central games room/snooker room with bedrooms five, six and bathroom off. Gas central heating and double glazing. Externally, there is a large double garage with twin remote control doors which connects to the extensive basement area beneath the house. Adjacent the garage is a connecting passage leading underneath the partly castellated wall directly to the beach. Sweeping, mono bloc, gated driveway leading to the house and double garage. On the seaward side of Fairlie House (the front) is an expanse of patio and path offering outstanding aspects over the water. The first owner, Mr C S Parker and his wife, were said to have had a major influence on the development of Fairlie village. Along with two of her sisters and their husbands they are believed to have ensured that two churches, two schools and a village hall were built. The village itself offers a local train station with services to Glasgow and connections on to Edinburgh from Kilwinning. There is also a very popular primary school and The Village Inn on Bay Street. Those seeking further amenities can find these in close by Largs. Fairlie is an ideal base to access all major road networks and is in close proximity to both international airports at Glasgow and Prestwick. The village also offers Kelburn Country Centre, bowling club, all weather tennis court/five a side pitch, yachting club and organic community garden.
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