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Shennanton House is an impressive two storey U-plan English vernacular country house, with distinctive polygonal dressed rubble walling contrasting with fine ashlar dressings and masonry with rosemary tiled roof. Shennanton is a fine example of English Tudor/ vernacular style and is set within mature landscaped gardens and grounds which extend to approximately 25 acres.
From the entrance gate and the lodge, a long driveway passes through woodland, including beech, oak and rhododendrons and the open lawns include a four hole pitch and putt course, croquet lawn and tennis court. The property was extensively refurbished in 1988 and converted into four self contained properties each with an abundance of charm and character to provide spacious and luxurious accommodation of between three and five bedrooms, the majority with en suite facilities.
The four conversions within Shennanton are as follows:
The Cairnsmore is an exceptional house of immense character. It is entered through the original front porch and comprises: grand hallway, open plan dining area, drawing room, bedroom on the ground floor, kitchen and separate shower room and WC. On the first floor there are four additional bedrooms with two en suite and an additional family bathroom.
The Merrick is accessed from the side of the property and comprises on the ground floor: hallway, lounge, separate WC/ bathroom, bedroom and kitchen / breakfasting room. The first floor accommodation comprises: three bedrooms with two en suite and an additional shower room.
A substantial house with many features of considerable character, comprising: hallway, lounge, kitchen / dining room, four bedrooms (two with en suite) and an additional shower room.
The smallest of the conversions with access from the east side, comprising: entrance hallway, study / gun room, kitchen / breakfasting room, sitting room with panelled walls, three bedrooms with two en suite.
Located by the main entrance and constructed of stone with a pitched slate room, this beautiful lodge comprises on the ground floor: entrance porch / hallway, kitchen / dining room, sitting room with patio doors and bathroom / WC. The first floor accommodation comprises two double sized bedrooms. There is a substantial surrounding garden with outbuilding / store.
Games / snooker room
The games / snooker room has pine flooring with feature tiled fireplace and timber surround. Panelled walls and beamed ceilings with exposed purloins and trusses.
Shennanton House was built in 1908 for a prosperous family of rubber plantation owners and is a Category A Listed building. The eminent Glasgow architect Henry Edward Clifford (1852 - 1923), practised as an architect in Glasgow from 1877 and designed the Pollokshields Burgh Hall and numerous beautiful mansions within the garden suburb. His varied portfolio also included the Royal Troon golf clubhouse, Clydesdale cricket club pavilion and Arts and Crafts mansions throughout Ayrshire, Glasgow and Wigtownshire.
Kirkcowan, Dumfries and Galloway