£112,500 Offers Over
This is a semi-detached, extended 1½ storey house built circa 1906 and extended in more recent times. The house is positioned within a great garden which predominantly extends to the front of the house. From this site the property commands an excellent open view towards surrounding countryside. The property further comprises gravel driveway which provides access round to an area behind the house laid in concrete where there is ample parking. There is sufficient space to park at least three vehicles. Also at the rear of the house is a log store and an outhouse.
The house is beautifully presented and the interior is in excellent decorative order throughout. The house has been substantially improved by the present owners of 22 years. Central heating is by way of multi fuel stove and windows are double glazed predominantly in uPVC casements with the exception of those which are Velux style these being in timber casements.
The house comprises: Entrance Vestibule with double glazed front door. Also in the vestibule is the electrical consumer box and meter. Timber/glass inner door to hall. The Hall has doors of to the living room and dining room. The stair is also off the hall. The Living Room is to the front of the house and comprises wood burning stove situated in impressive stone fireplace. The Dining Room has a window to side and off the dining room is a deep built in cupboard. From the dining room there is a timber glass door into kitchen. The Kitchen, which is formed within the extended element of the house, has a window to rear and double glazed uPVC door to side. The kitchen is a good space fitted with a range of cabinets at base and wall mounted levels and with ample work surface space and breakfast bar. The ceiling over is fitted with down lights.
Upstairs there is a light and airy landing with Velux window to rear over stairwell. From the landing there are doors connecting to the two bedrooms and bathroom. Bedroom 1 is to the front and from the bedroom window there is a particularly good view over the garden towards the open countryside. There is a fitted wardrobe, downlights and the ceiling coombed. The second bedroom is to the rear with velux window, fitted wardrobe and coombed ceiling. The bathroom comprises wash hand basin, WC, vanity unit and bath with shower over. The bathroom walls are tiled.
The house is situated within a good position in the village of Barrhill. The village is located amidst lovely South Ayrshire scenery. Barrhill has a recently modernised primary school, village shop, hotel and railway station with connections to Girvan/Ayr and Stranraer. The village also has an excellent children's playground which incorporates a five-a-side/netball cum basketball court. A photograph of the park facilities are included within the particulars. Girvan is approximately 13 miles and Newtown Stewart about 17 miles.
EER:- Band D (65)
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