‘Firbank Lodge’ located on Monktonhill Road at the edge of Prestwick leading towards Troon, is an exceptional 3 bedroom terraced villa conversion boasting spectacular views over the Firth of Clyde towards the Isle of Arran creating a unique and idyllic setting. Requiring modernisation, it is undoubtably the perfect renovation project with a plethora of potential in a highly sought after location.


Early viewing is strongly recommended to admire how much Firbank Lodge has to offer.


Surrounded by a mature woodland setting, the former mansion house was sympathetically converted into 3 individual homes in the 1980’s.


Entrance to the property is via the vestibule located to the front into the inviting hallway providing access to the staircase and apartments on the ground floor.


To the right is the incredibly spacious main lounge with large windows to the front and an additional rear window along with patio doors facing the private rear garden. 


Externally, Firbank Lodge has it’s own rear private enclosed garden with minimal

maintenance monobloc landscaped with stone chips and surrounded with mature trees and shrubs. Tucked away in the corner at the rear of the garden is a timber shed for all your garden tools or simple outdoor storage space.


The property also benefits from it’s own private driveway located at the back of the rear garden out towards Monktonhill road providing it’s own private vehicle access.

The heating system includes a Worcester Greenstar external condensing combination boiler and the property is double glazed throughout.


Firbank Lodge is a truly unique and charming property, a rare gem in Prestwick.

Viewing is strongly recommended to appreciate the awe-inspiring views of the majestic Isle of Arran and beyond. 


Property Measurement (at widest point) 

Entrance Vestibule

Lounge : 4.51m x 4.43m

Kitchen : 3.08m x 2.37m

Dining/Family Room : 4.40m x 3.32m

Master Bedroom : 4.42m x 3.32m

Bedroom 2 : 3.08m x 2.40m

Bedrom 3 : 4.46m x 2.5m

Partially Floored Loft Space


‘Firbank Lodge’ is situated on the edge of Prestwick Town on Monktonhill Road leading to Troon. On the coast 34 miles south of Glasgow, Prestwick is Scotland’s oldest baronial burgh, dating back over 1,000 years. 


Prestwick is best known for its international airport, but there is a lot more to it.

Robert the Bruce is said to have drunk the water here, at what is now known as Bruce’s Well. The first ever British Golf Open Championship was held at Old Prestwick


Golf Course in 1860. There are also a further two courses available for visiting golfers.

Glasgow Prestwick International airport is situated at the north end of the town. One of its most notable visitors has been Elvis Presley, who touched down in 1960 enroute to Germany. Air traffic has increased significantly over the past few years, and will continue to do so, with the patronage of low-cost airline Ryanair, who transport a multitude of weekenders and holidaymakers to domestic destinations, Ireland and the rest of Europe.

Prestwick Train Station is situated in the heart of the town providing access to all of Ayrshire and just a 40min journey to Glasgow City Centre. Prestwick is also home to a variety of pubs, bars, restaurants and cafés to eat and drink in.