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Montgomerie View

Sleeps 6
No dogs
3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms

West Kilbride 1.8 miles. Situated on a charming development, on the outskirts of the village of Seamill near West Kilbride, which rests on the west coast of North Ayrshire, beside the Firth of Clyde and overlooking Goat Fell and the Isle of Arran, is 62 Montgomerie View, a contemporary, detached, double fronted property, boasting sea views. This charming property is ideal for a family or group who want to explore the picturesque North Ayrshire coastline. The property boasts off-road parking on the driveway for two cars, as well as an enclosed rear garden with an elevated decking area with seating, perfect for dining alfresco or enjoying a glass of wine on a Summer's evening. Step inside the property to be met by a neutral, bright and welcoming interior, with laminate flooring in the hallway, leading to an inviting sitting room, with dual aspect windows, showcasing the distant sea views at the front of the property, French doors opening up onto the back garden, an L-shaped sofa and a selection of armchairs to relax onto after a long day of exploring, enjoying a good book or a movie night on the TV. From here, discover the spacious kitchen/diner, with stunning marble dining table that can comfortably seat the whole group for meals together, which can be prepared in the fully-equipped kitchen, boasting sleek white units and integrated appliances, with a wine cooler for those special occasions, while the adjacent utility offers a washing machine and tumble dryer, plus a cloakroom, for added convenience. Venture up the carpeted staircase to discover three good-sized bedrooms; a master double with an en-suite shower room and two twins, all of which have dual aspect windows, with views of the garden or the sea, as well as ample storage and a TV for late night viewing. The twin bedrooms share use of the family bathroom, a stylish and contemporary suite with a bath and shower, ideal for beginning each day with an invigorating rinse. Venture into West Kilbride; known as Scotland's first craft town, it is unsurprising that you can find an art and history museum plus a host of galleries and studios to peruse, trains also leave every 30 minutes to Glasgow for you to explore and shop.There is an excellent golf course on the coast, as well as a range of shops and supermarkets for grabbing any essentials, plus restaurants and pubs, if you don't feel like cooking one night. Access the Ayrshire Coastal Path, which spans 161km between Glenapp, Ballantrae and Skelmorlie, and move north along the coast towards the Portencross SSSI, an excellent area for birdwatching, along with a fortified castle, concrete pier, which looks out to the Isle of Arran and the eye-catching painted castle of Kelburn Castle and Estate. Visit the seaside town of Largs where you’ll find a marina for yachting enthusiasts as well as the Viking centre. Just over four miles away on the north side of Irvine Bay is the historic town of Ardrossan, a former shipbuilding site that today is a bustling ferry port, popular with sailing enthusiasts and from here you can jump on the ferry over to the Isle of Arran. Head to the Arran Distillery for a treat and sample their finest malt whiskeys, or enjoy walks through its diverse mountains and forest landscapes with a selection of sheltered coves, before returning to the mainland. Slightly further afield, you can explore the cobbled streets and stunning Victorian architecture of the historic Burgh of Kilmarnock, home to the largest Burns monument in Scotland, passing the picturesque Eglinton Country Park, home to castle ruins, excellent fishing opportunities and 400 acres to explore, as well as Bogside Flats SSSI, another great birdwatching site. 62 Montgomerie View is welcoming base to return to after a day of exploring the coast and countryside of North Ayrshire.

Gas central heating. Oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge , washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, wine cooler, coffee machine, 2 x TV, Sky and WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair available. Off-road parking for 2 cars. Enclosed rear garden with raised patio and seating. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 1.6 miles, pub less than a mile. Note: No stag/hen parties, or similar. Note: This property is more ideal for families and couples

Three bedrooms: 1 x double with TV and en-suite shower room, 2 x twin. Bathroom with basin, WC and shower over bath. Cloakroom. Kitchen/diner. Utility. Sitting room

West Kilbride rests alongside the Firth of Clyde on the west coast of North Ayrshire, overlooking the Isle of Arran. This craft town boasts a range of galleries, studios and a museum of art and history, as well as a coastal golf course and a selection of shops, supermarkets and restaurants. Close by you can access the Ayrshire Coastal Path, spanning 161km, and discover Portencross SSSI, its castle and pier. Just over four miles away is Ardrossan, a historic port town on the north side of Irvine Bay, boasting two wonderful beaches and popular with sailing enthusiasts. Known as the gateway to the Isle of Arran, from here you can jump on a boat and explore the diverse landscape of mountains, forest and sheltered beaches. Slightly further afield is the historic Kilmarnock, with charming cobbled streets, Victorian architecture and an extensive history. West Kilbride is well placed for discovering the North Ayrshire coast.


Parking Available
Garden / Patio
Outdoor Furniture
High Chair
Pub / Restaurant Nearby
Fishing Nearby
Cycling Nearby
Golf Nearby
Watersports Nearby
Walking / Hiking Nearby


“Located in Seamill, West Kilbride, a 3 bedroom house with exceptional facilities. The house was spotlessly clean when we arrived. A lovely welcome hamper in the Kitchen with some Milk and butter in the fridge to start us off which was a lovely touch. Kitchen fully equipped, Utility room with washing and drying facilities, Lovely sized living room with sky tv. Bedrooms are light and beautifully decorated, bed were comfy, lovely fluffy towel and complimentary toiletries. There is an enclosed garden with furniture which is great to sit out and relax in the sunshine. Location was great, and easy for day trips to the Isle of Arran (Ferry 10mins away) or Isle of Cumbrae from the gorgeous Largs which is about 20 mins drive. Would definitely go back or recommend to friends and family.”
— Previous guest, 16 July 2021


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