£365,000 Guide Price
OFFER UNDER CONSIDERATION
Trochie Farmhouse is situated in an enviable rural location amidst the rolling farmland of Dumfries and Galloway on the outskirts of New Galloway.
The gardens extend to 1.8 acres. The south facing Farmhouse is beautifully presented and is enhanced by the Courtyard setting to the rear and the delightful views to the front over the gardens.
The property is tastefully decorated throughout with an additional feature being the stripped wooden doors. The majority of the rooms are double glazed and has oil fired central heating.
Whilst the grounds are now formally laid out to lawns with vegetable gardens and courtyard these could easily be brought back to paddocks for any small livestock enterprise.
The Accommodation comprises:-
Door from driveway with window to front overlooking garden. Vinyl flooring, glazed and hardwood storm doors to:-
Fitted carpet, central heating radiator.
WC, wash hand basin with tiled splashback, vinyl flooring, cupboard with electricity meters, central heating boiler.
To the left of the Hallway:-
Windows on two elevations taking in the delightful views of the gardens, wood burning stove in recessed inglenook fireplace with slate hearth, two central heating radiators, fitted carpet, telephone point, TV aerial.
To the right of the Hallway:-
Window to front overlooking garden and window to rear overlooking grass courtyard. Central heating radiator, fitted carpet, door through to:-
Farmhouse kitchen with exposed brick chimney breast recessed with oil fired Rayburn set on slate, range of fully fitted floor and wall units with glass display dresser, 1½ stainless steel sink and drainer, integrated automatic washing machine, wooden floor, central heating radiator, windows on three elevations.
Brick built and glazed on three sides with door to garden, concrete floor, electric cooker point, coat hooks, central heating radiator, strip light.
Window overlooking courtyard.
Fitted carpet, central heating radiator, walk-in cupboard with hanging rail.
Lovely views from window to side over the garden to the hills in the distance, central heating radiator, fitted carpet.
Corner shower cubicle with mains shower and respetex walling, WC, wash hand basin with tiled splashback, fitted carpet, central heating radiator, window to front.
Beautiful views over the garden, fitted carpet, central heating radiator, curtains, small recessed dressing table.
Window to courtyard, bath with splashback, WC, wash hand basin with splashback, bidet, central heating radiator, fitted carpet, window blind
Wood paneled coombed ceiling, exposed stone wall, large Velux roof light with views over the garden, wooden floor, central heating radiator, eaves storage.
The detached Croft is well maintained and in the past the attached Byre had Planning permission granted to convert into residential use for additional living accommodation. This has since lapsed. Any interested parties would need to make their own enquiries with the Local Planning Authority.
The Croft is ideal for additional family living space or indeed has the potential as a business venture.
The front door to the Croft is accessed off the main driveway to both properties. The majority of the rooms face into the Courtyard and are light and airy.
Range of floor and wall units, electric cooker point with extractor, stainless steel sink and drainer, window overlooking courtyard, door to courtyard, electric storage heating control switch, electric storage heater, vinyl flooring.
Front door, electric storage heater, cupboard with electric meters, shelved storage cupboard with hot water tank, window to driveway, TV point, hatch to attic.
Windows on two elevations, stone and slate fireplace with wooden mantelpiece (boarded up), fitted carpet, electric storage heater.
Bath with tiled splashback, WC, wash hand basin with tiled splashback, two wall mirrors, one with shower light above, vinyl flooring, dimplex wall heater, mirrored wall cabinet
Window to courtyard, electric storage heater, fitted carpet.
Window to driveway, fitted wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving, electric storage heater.
Brick built with concrete floor, power and light. The Byre was granted planning permission some 8 years ago to convert to residential use. This permission has now lapsed.
To the front of the Byre is a small workshop. Off the driveway there is a single Garage with up and over door.
The gardens are a joy. South facing they lie mainly to the front and are predominantly laid to lawn with an abundance of mature trees, shrubs and hedges. The garden also has a few soft fruit trees. There are delightful views over the garden to the Galloway Hills with a number of secluded and sunny spots to sit and take in the view. The gardens are securely fenced making it suitable for both children and animals.
The driveway sweeps up past the Croft and round in front of the Farmhouse with ample parking.
There is a lovely enclosed Courtyard to the rear of both properties laid to grass. From here there is access to the Byre which can also be accessed from the driveway.
Large well stocked vegetable garden bordered by hedges.
There is a single Garage and a Workshop.
New Galloway is a peaceful village located at the northern end of Loch Ken. Amenities located within the village include the very popular Kells primary school, The CatStrand Theatre providing film screening, workshops and community events, the Glenkens Medical Practice, a hotel, tea room and gift shop, as well as a village shop, and also a post office.
Both primary and secondary schools can be found in the nearby village of Dalry (about 3 miles) as well as a shop, 2 hotels and a garage. A broader range of facilities can be found in Castle Douglas, which is known as Scotland's Food Town and has many local individual shops and businesses providing a varied selection of gifts, foods and services. There are both primary and secondary schools in the town along with supermarkets, health services, veterinary services and a thriving livestock market and golf course.
By contacting the Hewats Property team on 01556 502946 – Option 3.
COUNCIL TAX BANDING
Farmhouse - currently Band E.
Croft - currently Band B.
Mains water, electricity. Septic tank drainage.
Oil fired central heating.
A Home Report has been prepared for this property and can be obtained by contacting One Survey on 0141 338 6222 or by logging onto www.onesurvey.org.
The energy efficiency rating of this property is:-
Farmhouse - Band E.
Croft - Band E.
Offers in Scottish Legal form should be lodged with the selling agents' Castle Douglas Office. Interested parties are strongly recommended to register their interest with the selling agents as a closing date may be fixed for offers.
Subject to negotiation.
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