The Manse is a modern eight apartment detached dwelling house with double garage underneath and large driveway. It is within two minutes walking distance of the church.
It was built by John Lawrence in 1979 and there is a more recent kitchen/laundry room extension at the rear. The accommodation comprises, on the ground floor, vestibule, hall, drawing room, dining room, morning room, kitchen, toilet and utility room.
There are four bedrooms (one with en suite bathroom), a further bathroom and toilet on the first floor and a box room. The kitchen and the bathrooms have recently been renewed and upgraded. The house has gas central heating and double glazed windows and has been newly decorated throughout.
There are gardens to the front and rear. The property is built on a sloping site but extensive work has been carried out to the back garden area to level it out and there are large grassed areas at the rear and front. The garden consists mainly of lawn and shrubbed areas for easy maintenance. The rear garden is enclosed by mature leylandii, which also affords privacy. The patio area is paved and sheltered by a substantial retaining wall and fence. The house presents quite stunning views of the city and the surrounding west of Scotland.