The four bedroom detached Maxwell (1,469 sq. ft. / 136.47 sq. mt.) with its’ impressive lounge to the front, separate dining room, kitchen, and utility room offers a practical and thoughtful layout for busy families. Upstairs are four well-proportioned bedrooms with master en-suite and family bathroom. An integral garage adds to the overall practicality of this great family home.
Detached house from £225,000
4 bedrooms, 1 with ensuite
Master Bedroom - En-suite shower
Dining Room, Living Room
Bedroom 3.37 x 3.55 metres, 11'1'' x 11'8''
Bedroom 3.05 x 3.25 metres, 10'0'' x 10'8''
Bedroom 3.76 x 3.10 metres, 12'4'' x 10'2''
Master Bedroom 4.50 x 4.18 metres, 14'9'' x 13'8''- En-suite shower
Dining Room 3.05 x 3.20 metres, 10'0'' x 10'6''
Stewarton is one of the most charming and historic towns in Ayrshire, and it boasts a rural and inviting location.
Just a short drive from the M77 ensures that buyers to this development are equi-distant between Glasgow and Ayr so commuting is quick and easy by car or bus.
The local train station in Stewarton offers a regular service to Glasgow, as well as Kilmarnock and Ayr.
About the area
Stewarton is one of the most scenic and historic towns in Ayrshire and enjoys a rural and picturesque setting.
Taylor Wimpey’s Annick Gardens is a development of 89 new homes in a variety of styles and sizes to appeal to a wide range of customers. It offers a choice of 3 bedroom semi detached homes, as well as 3 and 4 bedroom detached homes from Taylor Wimpey’s Scotland range. The standard specification at Annick Gardens includes - integrated appliances, wardrobes to bedroom 1, turf and fencing to rear garden.
There’s a choice of primary schools locally including Lainshaw Primary School opposite the development, and Nether Robertland Primary on Pokelly Place in Stewarton – both schools also offer nursery education. Further nursery education is available at St Columbas Nursery in St Columbas Church Hall. Stewarton Academy is situated on Cairnduff Place and offers secondary education.
Locally there are plenty of peaceful walks and cycle paths, and nearby you’ll find an abundance of leisure facilities including Dean Castle in Kilmarnock that’s set is 200 acres of countryside and open all year with picnic areas, an adventure playground and woodland walks. Stewarton boasts a vibrant and engaging local community with plenty to keep even the most active family amused. There are a whole host of community groups and clubs to get involved with including bowling, curling, golf, football and karate.
Stewarton is a fairly large town which enjoys the benefits of a wide range of individual and specialist shops to cater for your everyday needs. The Avenue at Newton Mearns and the impressive Silverburn Shopping Centre are both a short drive away.
A short drive from the M77 with fast and excellent transport links, Stewarton is equidistant between Glasgow and Ayr so commuting is quick and easy by car or bus. The local train station in Stewarton is within easy walking distance of the development and offers a regular service to Glasgow, as well as Kilmarnock and Ayr.
The local health centre offers medical and dental services, whilst a local pharmacy is also available.
From South: From Paisley follow A726 Darnley, turn right to join M77 motorway to Kilmarnock – follow same directions detailed ‘From Glasgow’ below.
From Glasgow: From the M8 exit at junction 22 (Kilmarnock/Prestwick Airport) onto the M77. Exit at junction 7 (Stewarton) and turn right, follow signs for Stewarton (B778). Continue and take left onto Lainshaw Street (B769). Continue until small roundabout, turn right into Standalane (B778) which quickly joins Dalry Road, take a left onto Kilwinning Road and travel along this road for a few hundred yards. Development is on the righthand side.From Ayr: Head North on A77 (Kilmarnock/Glasgow), changes to M77. Exit at junction 8 (Stewarton). At roundabout take 1st exit onto B778 (signposted Stewarton). Continue until sign for B769 and turn left onto Lainshaw Street. Travel along until you reach a small roundabout, turn right into Standalane (B778) which quickly joins Dalry Road and take a left onto Kilwinning road. Development is on the righthand side a few hundred yards along the road.From West: Directions from Kilwinning – head along A737 to the B778 carry on until (A736) Auchentiber, down Lochibo Road. Travel along Dalry Road, take a right into Kilwinning Road. Development is on the lefthand side.From East: Follow directions from Glasgow.