£180,000 Guide price
We are delighted to offer this great opportunity to enjoy a more relaxed lifestyle with this substantial stone house, circa 1800 in the friendly village of Bladnoch, just 1 mile out of Wigtown. Ideally suited as a residential property or combination home and business. Internally the property offers a well-proportioned layout of very flexible family accommodation formed over three levels. Views from the front of the property to the River Bladnoch and to the rear, views over the garden. In more detail the accommodation consists of a vestibule, large hallway with feature ceiling rose and ornate arch, useful under stair cloakroom (toilet and washbasin) with storage area, and stairs to upper floors. To the right is the large formal lounge split by a partial partition. The room is flooded with natural light from double aspect windows at either end. To the left the family sitting room/dining room is also split by an archway and has double aspect windows to the front and rear. To finish, a gas fire with back boiler ensures this is a cosy room in the winter months. With direct access to the kitchen, this room or just the rear section, could be used as a formal dining area if wished. The kitchen has a number of wall and base units with a good area of work surface. To the front of the kitchen is the area of the property which was used to run a bookshop, which could be utilised by the new owners for a similar purpose as it has a separate doorway to the front street and can be kept separate from the main home; it could also easily be reinstated to a fabulous kitchen dining area if preferred. Off the kitchen is a large conservatory with stunning views of the rear garden. A great spot to relax in the summer months! On the first floor a landing area provides access to four well-proportioned bedrooms and family bathroom. The two double bedrooms are to the front of the property and have feature fireplaces, which are not currently in use but could be reopened. The two smaller bedrooms are to the rear, one of which houses the hot water tank and linen cupboard; completing this floor is the three piece family bathroom with enclosed shower over bath. On the top floor there is a sliding door giving access to a sitting area with built in storage which houses the cold water and header tank, it also has a large velux window with stunning views of the distillery, the River Bladnoch and surrounding countryside. Off this room is the fifth and final double bedroom/study, also with velux window, plus a small skylight. There is on street parking to the front of the property and to the side is a driveway which gives right of way for access to the rear, which contains a large brickbuilt double detached garage with power and light. With both vehicle and pedestrian doors this could easily serve as a workshop if required. The extensive garden is landscaped in successive sections with a whole host of shrubs, plants, trees and two feature raised flower beds, through which wind paved or gravel pathways, which reveal and conceal the changing vistas of this enchanting garden, sure to take the breath from all who view it. At the far end is a large area which could be laid to vegetables and fruit or alternatively a children's play area.
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