£285,000 Offers Over
Set in a wonderful rural area, up the hill from Clochan benefitting from spectacular views, we are delighted to offer for sale this secluded property with development potential.
The house is a traditional style built in the late 1800's, surrounded with 4 acres of land filled with outbuildings, a workshop, garage, greenhouse and a field currently used as grazing for horses.
A porch entrance leads into the family living and dining area and a separate utility room. The family living and dining area is a wonderful space with ample natural light through the windows and galley style kitchen. The utility is a perfect storage space with ample room for laundry appliances and is shelved for easy access.
The hallway is to the rear of the property and leads to the lounge, conservatory, family bathroom and stairs to the upper floor. The lounge is a lovely warm and relaxing room with original coving, ceiling rose, deep skirting boards and beautiful mahogany fireplace with log burner. Decorated in lovely neutral tones with cream carpet this is a stunning room. The conservatory is a timber and glass construction and catches the sun most of the day, a wonderfully relaxing spot to enjoy the peace and quiet.
The family bathroom is currently fitted with a three piece suite comprising shower, wc and sink, decorated with a lovely teal coloured lino on the floor and wetwall.
Upstairs the property has two large double bedrooms and a third bedroom, currently used as a study. Bedroom one is fitted with ample wardrobe and storage, and has a large velux window to the rear of the property. Bedroom two retains the stunning original gable timbers over an ornate fireplace and has a vanity sink fitted to the other side of the room. The study has ample space for a desk and could easily be transformed into a single bedroom.
Outside the property is surrounded with stunning wrap around gardens, a field currently used for horses grazing, and has outbuildings, workshop, greenhouse and a garage. The current owners are investigating whether planning could be obtained for the outbuildings converting them into two chalets, giving a wonderful development opportunity.
This property is situated past the Land Army Memorial (See Picture) and Clochan. Travel a further 2 miles, where the road veers sharply round to your left and has a junction straight ahead with a dead end sign. Turn off at this junction and carry on for a further 3 miles and you will spot a log cabin on your left. Hillpark is situated just along the road behind this on your left.
EPC Band G
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