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A stunning character property set in over a third of an acre in the delightful Gatehouse of Fleet. The thoughtful conversion and extension of the original school building has created a home with a very appealing ambience. The bright, spacious property is immaculately presented throughout. It is both convenient for the town's amenities but also private and peaceful, situated behind the old Cally Estate Office in Ann Street, which many regard as one of the most attractive streets in Gatehouse. The extensive mature garden is well stocked with shrubs and trees and attracts a wide variety of wildlife.
14'3 x 10'10
A delightful bright room which is used as the breakfast room and overlooks the garden. A large walk-in storage cupboard contains access to the cellar. Adjoining the room is the entrance lobby with shelf and shoe-rack. Also adjoining is a shower room with wash basin and WC.
22'3 x 12'6
Spacious dining room with oak panelled stairs leading to the upper floor. Wall lights and downlights in ceiling. Excellent storage under the stairs
21'4 x 15'2
A very spacious lounge is flooded with light due to the dual aspect. The heart of the room is a stone fire surround and hearth which contain a 9kW dual fuel burner. Doors leading to the dining room and to the kitchen.
15'2 x 11'10
The recently fitted kitchen maintains the country look and period character of the house. There are ample base and wall units with a dual-fuel range cooker and hood at the heart of it. Ceramic sink, downlights and the utility room to the rear.
Down one step from the kitchen is the utility room, floored in terracotta tiles and giving access to the traditional ledge and brace back door. The washing machine is plumbed in under a solid wood work top which also houses a tumble drier. There is a freestanding shelf unit with worktop and space for a fridge/freezer. The room also houses the central heating boiler and electricity meter.
Downstairs shower room complete with shower stall, w.c and wash hand basin.
15'4 x 14'3
The master bedroom has its own hallway (which could also be used as a dressing room) with one door to the bedroom and the other to the master bathroom. The bedroom has solid wood flooring and is bright and spacious with dual aspect to the rear and side and a panoramic view of the garden. There is built-in storage with a hanging rail and shelving.
A bright period-style bathroom with free-standing bath, WC and wash hand basin fitted into a vanity unit. The half-height wooden panelling and painted floorboards compliment the suite. A period-style radiator with integrated heated towel rail completes the room.
12'8 x 12'1
Double bedroom which is light and spacious, with a solid wood floor. There is a double built in wardrobe with a shelf above and a hanging rail. Wooden flooring and stunning views overlooking the grounds and Garries Park.
12'4 x 11'7
A spacious double bedroom with solid wood flooring and floor-to-ceiling built in storage with shelving. Small access door to the hot water tank.
11'7 x 7'
The 4th bedroom is currently used as the home office, however it would make an ideal single bedroom or nursery. Wooden flooring and built in storage with shelf and hanging rail.
Family bathroom comprising bath, WC and wash hand basin fitted into a vanity unit. Half height wooden panelling and painted floorboards compliment the room.
The property is accessed via a driveway at the side of Garries Park, leading to a gated gravel driveway with space for several cars. The main garden has a good size lawn, many mature ornamental trees, shrubs and plants and 2 ponds which both have water features. To the rear of this is a hidden wildlife garden. On an area of hard standing to the side of the house there is a large wooden garage with a metal roof, which is supplied with power and light. Nearby is a brick built outbuilding, which also has power and light and is used as a garden shed. There is also a wooden shed and two log stores. The garden attracts an array of birds and wildlife.
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