Struan is a well-proportioned and spacious semi-detached property in the rural residential hamlet of Kendoon. The property itself is in need of some updating in parts but is generally in good order. The internal space is complimented by a large garden to front, side and rear. Kendoon as a village was originally built to accommodate staff at the Kendoon Hydro Electric Power Station, and the houses are built as a community around a circular green. The property is a short drive from the nearest town of St Johns Town of Dalry which is 5 miles away to the south. Dalry is serviced with all usual local amenities including convenience stores, pub and restaurant, hairdressers and nursery, primary and high school.
To get to Kendoon by car you follow the B7000 minor road north from Dalry which affords some spectacular views to open countryside and Rhins of Kells. Take the left turn at the sign for Kendoon Power Station at Glenhowl Lodge and follow the road down past the power station to the village of Kendoon. From the main A713 Castle Douglas/Ayr road, which has public transport, there is pedestrian access to the village by a scenic footpath which leads over a footbridge crossing the Ken. All curtains are included in the sale.
The garden for Struan is at the front, side and rear of the property and is entirely laid to lawn with mature plantation bushes and shrubs. There is a graveled path giving access round the property with some areas of paving to the rear. Garden shed. Spigot tap.
There is a single garage sold with the property but sited separately in a block of 4 garages. It is garage Number 2 (second from the end nearest the sub-station and access path to the Hamlet).