The property comprises a deceptively spacious three bedroom bungalow with garden ground and paddock extending to approximately ½ acre. Enjoying open views including the Galloway hills the house is some 2 miles from Isle of Whithorn a popular harbour village and centre for sailing and fishing in an area renowned for its rugged coastal scenery. The property benefits from double glazing and LPG central heating throughout. A Home Report is available.
The Isle of Whithorn has a local shop and two pubs/hotels and is home to the Wigtown Bay Sailing Club. During the summer the village is very popular with locals and tourists alike for both sailing and fishing. Whithorn provides further services including primary school, bank, chemist, grocery shops, medical practice, veterinary practice etc. etc. The main shopping centres of Newton Stewart and Stranraer are both within a half-hour drive. Secondary schooling is available at Newton Stewart and also at Stranraer.
From Whithorn take the B7004 towards the Isle of Whithorn. At the T-junction with the A747 turn hard right and after 100m turn immediately left, signposted to Arbrack, Arrow and Tonderghie. Continue on this road for approximately ¾ of a mile. Where the road turns sharp left carry straight on. The property is then the second house on the left.
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Accommodation comprises:- Entrance Porch. Hall. Lounge. Kitchen. Conservatory. 3 Bedrooms. Bathroom.
Entrance Porch - 1.70m x 1.00m
UPVC double glazed door with side screen and glazed door with side screen to hall.
Spacious hall giving access to all rooms. Cupboard housing central heating boiler. Built in airing cupboard and a shelved and hanging cupboard. Hatch to floored loft with pull down stair. Radiator.
Lounge - 6.96m x 6.06m
Large L-shaped lounge with east facing window overlooking front garden with uninterrupted views over open countryside. Window to rear overlooking garden. Coal effect gas fire with wooden mantel and granite hearth. Two radiators.
Kitchen - 3.36m x 3.00m
Fully fitted with a wide range of floor and wall units with pine doors and drawer fronts. Granite effect worktops with single drainer sink with space and plumbing for washing machine and space for fridge freezer. Electric stove with four ring hob, one warmer, one griddle and double oven. Serving hatch to lounge and door to conservatory. Radiator.
Conservatory - 2.88m x 2.80m
Glazed on three sides with polycarbonate roof and double doors to patio area and rear garden.
Bedroom 1 - 3.63m x 3.50m
East facing double glazed window overlooking front garden. Radiator.
Bedroom 2 - 3.77m x 3.02m
West facing window overlooking rear garden. Radiator.
Bedroom 3/Study - 3.09m x 2.25m
East facing window overlooking garden and presently used as a study. Radiator.
Bathroom - 2.70m x 1.68m
White suite comprising bath with electric shower over, WC and wash hand basin. Radiator.
In all the property stands in grounds extending to approximately 0.5 acres bounded on the west by a small stream. The main garden which lies to the rear of the house is mainly in grass with fruit trees and separated from the paddock by a row of conifers. The front garden has a drive giving access to the garage, a lawn and well stocked borders. The paddock has separate vehicular access with hardstanding suitable for a caravan or boat. The present owners keep hens and purpose built pens suitable for housing a variety of animals occupy part of the paddock. The property has potential as a business base and with the appropriate consents it may be possible to construct a workshop/store on the land. The garden attracts various wildlife including red deer, badgers, foxes, stoats, rabbits, hares, pheasants, French partridges, mallard, pintail, teal, woodpeckers, buzzards sparrow hawks and a host of smaller birds.
With up and over door to front, window to side and pedestrian access door to the rear. There is also a brick built potting shed to the rear of the garage.