£425,000 Guide Price
The Mill, Grange Farm Steading, Mutehill, Kirkcudbright is a substantial and impressive 4 bedroom property, set in pleasant woodland grounds with burn running through. This property benefits from views towards Kirkcudbright bay and surrounding countryside. Accommodation is over two floors, both having access to external garden areas. The property also benefits from a detached double garage. Internal finishing to include, solid oak and natural stone flooring, high quality fitted kitchen, solid oak feature staircase, and high quality bathroom fittings.
Specification Construction External Walls – Natural stonework, insulated lined and plastered. Roof – New slate roof with reconstituted sandstone fittings. Doors and Windows – Timber doors and windows with double glazing. Roof Lights – Double glazed Velux roof lights. Rainwater fittings – High quality cast iron fittings, painted black. Insulation – Properties will meet or exceed current regulations regarding insulation. Interior Design Ground Floor Living Room 8.0m x 5.2m Store 4.5m x 2.0m Dining Room 4.2m x 5.2m Kitchen 5.1m x 4.5m Utility 3.1m x 1.8m WC 1.8m x 1.8m Flooring– A combination of hardwood, natural stone and tiles will be installed in ground floor living areas. First floor flooring will be chipboard, ready for carpets to be fitted by the purchaser. Internal Doors– Softwood or hardwood feature doors to be installed within softwood painted linings. Architrave and Skirting– Moulded softwood for painting. Staircase– The Mill and The Granary will have a hardwood feature staircase. The Cottage will have a softwood painted staircase. Fireplace– A plastered fireplace fitted with solid fuel stove. Bathrooms– A choice of bathroom suites will be available. Tiling– A choice of tiling will be available. Decoration– Woodwork will be painted or stained as appropriate and plastered walls will be painted with emulsion. Kitchen/Utility A choice of fitted kitchens will be available. Appliances will include cooker and extractor hood, in-tegrated dishwasher and fridge freezer. Heating Oil fired central heating with wall mounted radiators. Electrical Installation Ceiling lights will be pendant fittings with recessed down lights fitted to kitchen/dining areas and bathrooms. Mains operated smoke alarms will be fitted where necessary, along with extractor fans fitted to bathroom, kitchen and utility areas. All fittings will have a white finish. Ornamental lamps will provide external lighting and there will be an external power supply. External Landscaping The entrance driveway into Grange Farm Steading will be tarmac. A parking area will be incorpo-rated into the grounds of each property. Garden and courtyard areas will be constructed as neces-sary and laid to grass, gravel and paving as appropriate. Warranties The completed properties will be sold with a structural warranty for 6 years, provided by a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors. In addition the properties will be covered by a minor defects warranty by O'Rourke Developments Ltd for a period of 1 year. LocationGrange Farm Steading Mute Hill Kirkcudbright S.W. Scotland DG6 4XG Directions From Kirkcudbright town centre take the A711 –Dundrennan Road. After the first bend at Mutehill take the first right turn to Townhead (at the Grange Farm sale board) and Grange Farm Steading is next on the right after approximately a half mile. GENERAL INFORMATION The nearby town of Kirkcudbright offers a good range of shops and services, primary and secondary schools and a local marina. The wider local area of Dumfries and Galloway, one of the forgotten corners of Britain, offers outstanding countryside, forests, castles and coastline. Sporting opportunities in the area include mountain biking, shooting, stalking, water sports, hill walking and fishing on the nearby rivers and inland lochs. For golf enthusiasts there are several golf courses in the area as well as a driving range at Tongland, a short drive from Kirkcudbright. Communications to the area are good. Dumfries has a railway station and flights to other parts of the UK and Europe depart from Prestwick Airport, approximately 60 miles from Kirkcudbright. The steading development has been designed in order to create four individual properties varying in size from 2 to 4 bedrooms, each having allocated parking and benefiting from enclosed private gardens and courtyards. The steading conversions will be traditionally constructed, principally out of exposed stone, retaining many original features including stone arches, cut stone window heads and stepped gable ends. The properties are currently under construction and are now available for purchase. Early reservations will benefit from the opportunity to customise the layouts, fittings and finishing of each property to create a personal and distinctive home. A deposit will be required upon conclusion of missives, followed by stage payments. With only four properties available at this outstanding development, an early consultation with the developer is highly recommended given the strong appeal of these properties. VIEWING By contacting the Hewats Property team on 01556 502946. POST CODE DG6 4XG. SERVICES All properties will be connected to mains electricity and water. Drainage is to newly constructed private septic tank system. OFFERS Offers in Scottish Legal form should be lodged with the selling agents' Castle Douglas Office. Interested parties are strongly recommended to register their interest with the selling agents as a closing date may be fixed for offers. ENTRY Subject to negotiation. Note: These particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not form part of the contract.
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