Located in the very heart of Troon town and within a minutes walk to Troon Beach, number 46 is a delightful three bedroom detached bungalow incorporating all on the level accommodation with handy in town living. Rarely available and incredibly deceptive in size, early viewing is strongly recommended. 


Maintaining original features and well-proportioned rooms, this fabulous bungalow has a wood burning stove for cosy winter nights and easy to maintain front and rear gardens for Summer entertaining. 


Entrance to the property is via the vestibule porch providing access to the kitchen on the right or the lounge straight ahead. 


Immediately on walking into the lounge you are in awe with the captivating wooden beams providing amazing structure and character to the room along with the original stone feature wall. A spacious, bright and cosy room with feature decorative fireplace, it is sure to be the perfect relaxation spot for the new owner. 


The spacious dining kitchen includes a recently installed dove grey shaker style kitchen complete with beautiful 5 burner gas cooker,  canopy extractor, digitally printed glass splashback, Belfast sink and complimenting wooden worktops. A wood burning stove is set within a feature split tile wall and a beautiful unique stained glass window created by a local artist adds a twist of colour and vibrancy to the room. 


All three bedrooms are doubles in size with the master bedroom benefitting from an en-suite complete with WC , wash hand basin and shower. 


The bathroom is a fantastic size and easily to maintain comprising of wc, wash hand basin and bath set against wet walls and also has a handy chrome heated towel rail. 


The owners have recently created a rear hallway which could also be utilised as a utility space or boot room with brand new French doors opening out into the rear garden. 


Externally there is a decked area of front garden nestled behind the front wall and hedges for privacy and to the rear the garden is minimal maintenance featuring slates stones over a split level with rockery stones and a patio area for dining in the Ayrshire sunshine.  


The property also benefits from gas central heating, double glazed windows with brand new French doors installed to the rear.  It also has its own garage located opposite the property. 


Early viewing is strongly recommend to appreciate such a magnificent opportunity of all on the level in town accommodation which is a rare find in Troon. 


Property Measurements (to widest point) 


Entrance Vestibule

Lounge 3.96m x 3.93m

Dining Kitchen : 4.57m x 3.06m

Bedroom 1 : 3.84m x 2.78m

En-suite : 2.81m x 0.81m

Bedroom 2 : 3.26m x 2.79m

Bedroom 3 : 2.87m x 2.29m

Rear Hallway : 2.87m x 1.73m

Bathroom : 2.53m x 1.68m



Council Tax Band : D


The beautiful and still mostly traditional seaside town of Troon sits on the Ayrshire coastline and boasts stunning sandy beaches with views overlooking Ailsa Craig and the Isle of Arran. It retains the old seaside charm whilst offering modern facilities.


World famous as the venue for The Open Championship which is played at Royal Troon, golfers are spoilt for choice with seven golf courses to suit every budget but Troon has so much more to offer than just well manicured fairways with great hotels, restaurants, festivals and more.


The town centre offers a variety of independent cafes, restaurants and gift shops.


With two stations, Troon and Barassie, and two services per hour to and from Glasgow and Ayr, it is easy to reach by train and by car the town is no more than forty minutes from the centre of Glasgow whilst Prestwick Airport is also only a couple of miles away.