£59,750 Offers Over
Home Reported at £70,000 June 2016.
This is a semi-detached house of 1½ storey formation and built circa early1900's. The house is of stone construction under a pitched slated roof. Our client has resided in the property for 15 years.
The house is situated in a great position within the village with a delightful open outlook across its own garden towards surrounding countryside. The village has a recently modernised primary school, small shop, hotel and railway station with connections north to Ayr/Glasgow and south to Stranraer. Girvan is approximately 13 miles while the market town of Newton Stewart is about 17 miles.
The accommodation provided comprises: hall with double glazed/uPVC front door. The Hall provides access to the living room and kitchen and has stair off to upper floor. The Living Room is to the front of the house with a pleasant outlook over the garden towards surrounding countryside. The Kitchen is to the rear of the house and is fitted with base mounted units. Ample dining space within the kitchen. From the kitchen there is a door connecting through to a rear hall. The rear hall has double glazed door to the yard and there is plumbing for automatic washing machine. Upstairs there is a small landing which affords access to two bedrooms and shower room. There is a built in cupboard housing the hot water cylinder. Over the stair well facing rear is a Velux window. The principal bedroom is to the front of the house and from this window can be enjoyed the good view. This is a double bedroom with coombed ceiling. The second bedroom is to the rear with Velux window and very coombed ceiling. This bedroom presently accommodates twin beds. Completing the accommodation is the Shower Room with Velux window to front, coombed ceiling. This space comprises wash hand basin, w.c. and shower stall with mixer shower. There is a built in cupboard.
The property extends to provide a large garden to the front of the house. This predominantly laid in grass and incorporates a gravelled path which leads in from the main street up to the front door. There is a hedge planted along the front and side perimeter. At the rear is a yard from where there is access to an outbuilding and a shared outhouse.
This property makes an ideal first time buy or alternatively would be perfect as a holiday or second home.
This corner of south west Ayrshire is renowned for its unspoilt scenery and mild climate, there are excellent golf courses at Girvan, Dailly, Turnberry, Stranraer and Portpatrick. There are good rivers for fishing, the most notable of which in the area is the River Stinchar. Galloway Forest Park and the National Trust's Culzean Castle and Park are within easy driving distance.
EER:- Band G (14)
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