A property labelled as one of the west coast's 'most iconic homes' is currently on the market. 

Littleraith, which sits on Broomfield Crescent in Largs, is up for sale for offers over £850,000. 

The family home was originally built in 1816 and is B-listed, and has only been on the market twice in over 100 years. 

The property offers nine bedrooms, including three bedrooms as part of a five star holiday let on the west wing. 

The accommodation is over 5,000 square feet in total, and extends over 0.77 hectares. 

The property enjoys views over the Firth of Clyde, Cumbrae and Arran, as well as Largs seafront. 

The sales description states: "Entering via a characterful conservatory at the rear you will be welcomed into an open and bright reception hall with ceiling cupola.  

"The ground floor consists of a dual aspect formal lounge with log burning stove, a stunning dining room with curved feature wall and open fireplace, a second sitting room with open fire, dining kitchen, separate laundry and three double bedrooms, one with an en suite and second with a wash hand basin and shower cubicle.

"A fixed carpeted stairwell leads to three further attic bedrooms, one with en-suite shower room. From these rooms you get a sensational view of the Firth of Clyde.

Cumnock Chronicle:

"From the reception hallway on the ground floor an adjoining door seamlessly links the cottage where there are a further three bedrooms, two double bedrooms and a third which can accommodate bunk beds.

"The principal bedroom enjoys a luxury en suite bathroom with direct outside access to the courtyard. The front facing sea view bedrooms share a shower room and WC.  

"With a dining kitchen and stone feature walls on two elevations and an open fire this is a stunning home in itself.   

Cumnock Chronicle:

"A small basement accessed via external stone stairs houses the boiler and hot water tank.  

"The entire heating system was replaced in 2022 and was rewired in recent times along with windows either replaced or refurbished.

"Whilst Littleraith has been much improved in recent years it may still benefit from modernisation.

"It does however offer a wonderful opportunity to own a very iconic family home.   

Cumnock Chronicle:

"Externally there are considerable lawn gardens. The Coach House is currently used as a garage and is accessed via a granite gravel driveway through white pillars and steel gates."

Cumnock Chronicle:

The property is being marketed by Cochran Dickie for offers over £850,000, with more information available on RightMove.