£44,750 Offers Over
This is a traditional stone built cottage under a pitched slated roof and with its origins dating to circa mid 1800's. The cottage is situated within the delightful conservation village of Barr which in turn is set amidst wonderfully scenic surroundings on the edge of the Southern Uplands.
The cottage provides accommodation arranged over ground and attic floors comprising: hall with timber/glass front door, living room, dining room, kitchen and bathroom. Upstairs are two bedrooms with very coombed ceilings and velux windows to rear. At the front of the cottage is a pathway which leads up to the entrance doors. The garden is located to the rear of the cottage. Windows are predominantly single glazed in timber casements with the exception of those windows which are Velux these being double glazed again in timber casements. The property is presented for sale in need of improvement and it offers great potential. Barr is a pretty village nestling within the Southern Uplands on the edge of the Stinchar Valley approximately 8 miles east of Girvan. The village has a primary school (the property is a very short distance from the school, community operated shop, hotel/bar, doctors surgery and bowling green. Although delightfully rural the locality affords easy access to many of the attractions within the district which include: a variety of attractive hill and coastal walks and cycle trails (including the Barr trails); Loch Doon; the National Trusts Culzean Castle and Country Park; Galloway Forest Park which was recently awarded the prestigious designation as the first dark sky park in the UK; excellent golf courses at Girvan, Brunston and Turnberry. There are of course the usual field sports and rivers for fishing, the most notable of which in the district is the River Stinchar.
EPC - Band F (28)
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