Westsyde is a former farmhouse and steadings set to form a traditional courtyard. The house and steading legs are of white painted stone construction under slated roofs. The main house occupies the rear and western steadings with the eastern steading is presently used for general purpose stores or with the appropriate permissions, warrants and consents the potential for further integrated or separate residential accommodation. The western steading was developed in 2005 and now provides bright airy family accommodation over 2 easily run levels.
Flagstone steps lead via a generous terrace to the front door itself leading to a broad reception hall. Off the hall is a cloakroom, wc and shower room. Steps lead to a near 30' open plan sitting room and formal dining room with stone fireplace and log burning stove.
Double doors lead to a generous kitchen with ceramic tile floor, central island and open plan breakfast and casual dining room. French doors lead to the rear terrace and gardens. A utility room with rear door access is off the lower hall.
From the kitchen there is access to a family room with open fireplace. A door leads to a lower hall with front door access to deck at front, bath and shower room, and ground floor bedroom 3.
The main staircase leads to an upper hallway to the master suite of bedroom (1) with bank of velux windows, en suite dressing, bath and shower room. A study/home office is off the upper hall as is bedroom 2 with en suite bathroom.
A secondary staircase from the front inner hall leads to an upper landing and to bedrooms 4 and 5.
Westsyde is situated 2 miles to the west of Kilmacolm village. The property is located about 250 yards back from the Old Greenock Road (B788) and has a prominent south facing position from which there are open aspects out across the upper Gryffe Valley and away toward Misty Law and the hills in the distance.
Kilmacolm village has a fine range of local shops and services that easily cater for everyday needs and requirements.
Further more extensive shopping is available at Greenock, 6 miles. The Braehead retail village at 14 miles is a covered mall type environment with most of the better known high street multiples, an IKEA as well as the Sainsbury and Marks & Spencer anchor stores. Glasgow city centre is a further 4 miles and offers all the higher educational, cultural, leisure, retail and professional services normally associated with a major international city centre.
The village has a reputable local primary school and also independent St Columba's junior and senior schools with their enviable record of academic achievement.
Surrounding countryside, some of the most attractive in West Renfrewshire, offers an excellent range of outdoor pursuits. There are many walks and cycle routes, field sports are available in the district, river and loch fishing are available locally, and as with most parts of Scotland, one is never too far from a golf course; Kilmacolm has a scenic and challenging 18 hole course.
Inland sailing is available at Lochwinnoch as part of the Clyde and Muirshiel country park, and the Clyde estuary offers some of the most scenic coastal sailing in the UK with associated marina and chandlery services at both Inverkip and Largs.
For those who are required to travel, the M8 motorway corridor provides swift motor car access to main centres, the airport and the developing Ayrshire coastline. Kilmacolm has a bus service to Glasgow, and Johnstone (8 miles) has a main line rail station with a regular park and ride service to Glasgow and Ayrshire.