£62,750 Offers Over
This is a middle terrace house extending to 1½ storeys and built circa late 1800s. The original element of the house is formed by way of stone with a more recent addition to the rear in brick. Roof elevations are in slate.
The house provides nicely proportioned accommodation layout which comprises: entrance vestibule with double glazed uPVC front door and timber/glass inner door through to hall. The hall has doors off to living room and dining room and also stair to upper floor. The Living Room with window to front is a good space with a multi fuel stove set within a brickfaced ingo and standing on a stone hearth with a timber over mantle. The living room opens through to the dining room. The Dining Room has rear facing window and arched recess with cupboard beneath with mirrored back and glass shelves. From the dining room there is a door connecting through to the kitchen. The Kitchen is at the very back of the house and has a rear facing window. There is a timber/glass door to side. The kitchen is fitted with a range of base and wall mounted cabinets which incorporate an inset sink with mixer tap. The surrounding walls are timber channel lined to ¾ height and the ceiling is also timber lined. Upstairs at mezzanine level is Bedroom 2 which has rear facing window and wardrobe/recess. At first floor level there is a small landing with shallow built in cupboard. Bedroom 1 has a front facing dormer window. This is a good size double bedroom with a range of fitted cupboard and wardrobe space. Rounding off the accommodation is the bathroom which has a wide dormer window to front. The Bathroom comprises a roll top bath standing on claw feet together with wash hand basin, WC and shower stall with mixer shower.
Outside space: At the immediate rear of the house is a small area under a Perspex canopy, here can found the external cabinet housing the central heating boiler. From here there is a timber gate which opens out to a lane which runs behind the terrace row and across the lane is the garden area for the property together with a single garage. The garden space is predominantly down in hard standing (concrete) and is enclosed by timber paling fence, hedge and wall. The Garage is approximately
18' x 8' (measured externally) and behind the garage is situated the oil tank.
The property is situated in the village of Barrhill approximately 12 miles south of Girvan on the A714 Girvan to Newton Stewart road. The village is located within delightful rural surroundings and Barrhill has a small shop, primary school, licensed premises and bowling green. On the edge of the village is a railway station where connections can be made south to Stranraer and north to Girvan, Ayr, Prestwick Airport and onwards to Glasgow. The market town of Newton Stewart is approximately 18 miles.
EER: Band D (64)
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