£148,000 Offers Over
Built circa 2002 and further extended in 2007 this is a detached house with a spacious interior providing accommodation over 2 floors and extending to approximately 1550ft² (gross internal area) to afford: entrance vestibule; attractive open plan living space comprising fitted kitchen with a contemporary range of fittings and incorporating a substantial central island unit with black granite top. This island unit incorporates sink and breakfast bar. In the kitchen is a fireplace with raised hearth and open fire. Folding glass doors along the front elevation of the living room. From the living space there is a stylish spiral staircase to the upper floor. An inner hall affords access off to shower room and the main bedroom. The Shower Room comprises wash hand basin, w.c. and shower stall with mixer shower. The main bedroom which is split level incorporates raised bath and deep built in wardrobes with mirror doors. There is a large conservatory with door to utility area. Moving upstairs 2 bedrooms both with coombed ceilings and with en suite shower rooms comprising wash hand basin, wc and shower stalls. The en suites are equipped with electric showers.
The house is double glazed and the central heating is by way of oil. EER Band D(61)
At the immediate front of the house is an area in hard standing which affords parking. The garden is elevated and is located to the rear and beyond the house. From the elevated garden there is a delightful aspect north and east across surrounding farmland toward Kilstay Bay and beyond to the waters of Luce Bay.
Kirkmaiden is a small hamlet of properties including Kirkmaiden Kirk. Kirkmaiden is in an elevated position situated amidst attractive rural surroundings approximately 1 mile from the village of Drummore. Drummore is Scotland's most southerly village and it is in turn located on the South Rhins peninsula. Within the village there is a primary school, shop, Post Office, bowling green, hotel and small harbour. Drummore is about 17 miles south of Stranraer and the locality affords easy access to many of the attractions within the district which include; Mull of Galloway this Scotland's most southerly point; Logan Botanic Gardens; excellent golf courses at Portpatrick, Stranraer and Glenluce; Southern Upland Way and many other beautiful coastal walks; Galloway Forest Park which is a designated Dark Sky park.
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