£162,500 Offers over
Scot House Move online estate agents offer to the market this spacious 3 bedroom detached villa in the popular fishing village of Port William. Originally dating back to around 1890 the property comprises lounge, dining room, kitchen, shower room, utility room, 3 bedrooms and bathroom.
VIEWINGS / HOME REPORT
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The home is formed over two levels and offers spacious accommodation throughout. Good sized lounge benefits from a fitted carpet, neutral décor, working fireplace and has French doors leading to the garden. Dining kitchen has a range of wall and floor mounted units with stainless steel bowl. Off the kitchen is a handy utility room. Also on the ground floor is a single bedroom and shower room.
On the upper level there are 2 very good sized double bedrooms both with fitted carpets and neutral décor. Completing the internal accommodation is the family bathroom that comprises a three piece suite.
The home sits in a good sized plot with maturing gardens. Single garage and 4 small outbuildings.
Further benefits from oil fired central heating.
Port William is an 18th century fishing village, situated in Galloway, South West Scotland. The area is one of natural beauty, with a stunning coastline and wonderful lowland scenery.
Facilities in Port William include a general store (with Post Office and newsagents), a GP surgery, primary school, hotel, family restaurant, café, hairdresser, petrol station, garage, library and bank. There is a multi use sports court, bowling green and play park in the village. It is also an ideal base for walking and cycling.
More extensive facilities are available in nearby Newton Stewart (17 miles) and Stranraer (23 miles). There is an operational bus service. Other local interests include the national book town, Wigtown (10miles) and historical Whithorn (8 miles).
Port William has a working harbour and a pretty beach on its outskirts. Beautiful beaches can be found in nearby Monreith (approx. 2 miles), which also boasts a golf course.
Port William has an active and vibrant community and more information about the village can be found on their community website www.portwilliam.com
The Energy Efficiency Rating is Band "F" per home report
Early viewing is encouraged !!!
The Energy Efficiency Rating is Band F
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Property Ref: SCT160238
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