£235,000 Fixed price

Academy Road, Moffat, Dumfries and Galloway, DG10 9HW

4 bedroom townhouse for sale

 
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31 July 2009 £160,000 N/A

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Property Details

Archbald Moffatt House, Academy Road, Moffat
A delightful mid-Eighteenth Century stone townhouse built in 1751 for Archbald Moffatt, Kirk Elder and linen weaver. It is a vernacular building, B Listed and comprises a ground, first and attic floors with an attached Outhouse and courtyard garden.
Natural, breathable, traditional and local materials have been used throughout the build and restoration to date: hot mix lime, NHL, clay and lime plasters, Earthborn clay paints, ecological breathable paints, Holkham Hall (Allback) linseed oil paints and waxes. The front door is original, the windows are hardwood, all handmade in 2011 with handblown glass by Norgrove Studios. The house was built originally as an L Plan, thatched and with a turnpike stair in the re-entrant angle which serviced ground, first and attic floor. House research, history and documents are available along with the original copperplate deeds dating from 23rd February 1751. Signature of the originator Archbald Moffatt is in house documents and painted in the fanlight above the front door. All C18th antiques (furniture, lights, four poster beds, hobgrates) valued by Bonhams at £23,000 are also available for sale. Reclaim, stone, clay and linseed oil paints, fittings, and other materials are on site including Jaga low H2O DBE radiators for the entire house (worth £5,000), some of which have been fitted. The original site in 1751 was 12 Falls of ground which included the properties to either side of it: one being a byre, the other a single storey weaving shop now built up as a matching two storey house, the garden is now divided.
The Townhouse is close to all amenities, restaurants, hotels, with free parking on the street outside and features in the Historic Town Trail run by Moffat Museum. Moffat is a conservation town, a mile from Junction 15 of M74 motorway, 44 miles north of Carlisle, 50 miles south of Edinburgh and Glasgow. The house has had a rolling restoration over the past 10 years, as yet incomplete it offers the buyer the opportunity to make their mark as the next custodian of this lovely historic building. Drawings, a planning application and listed building consent to demolish the C19th stairwell, ground floor bathroom and re- instate the turnpike stair from ground floor to attic are currently underway with Groves- Raines Architects , Edinburgh, planning decision is expected in late March 2019. All original window openings and sashes with handblown glass for this last phase of works are already in place. All external and internal joinery is painted with breathable linseed oil paint from Holkham Hall / Allback. All windows on the outside are painted in Holkham Hall 'Holkham Green'
Ground Floor
Entrance Hallway

C18th iron hanging porch lantern, twin arm wall light, stone flag floor, Aquamarijn eco paint to ceiling and plaster cornice, Earthborn claypaint to walls, Holkham Hall linseed oil paint to joinery, rear hall, stair to first floor.
Dining Room
Stone flag floor, working window shutters, Aquamarijn eco paint to ceiling, wood panelling in larch painted with Holkham Hall 'Parchment' linseed oil paint, traditional double door fold away buffet and drinks wall cupboard painted internally with claypaint and Holkham Hall 'Dusky Pink', electric wall lights.
Antiques available by separate negotiation:
Early C18th Dutch bronze chandelier (for candles), a George II mahogany chest on chest, Early C18th walnut freestanding corner cabinet, C18th mahogany fretwork wall mirror, late George II tea table, set of six C18th mahogany dining chairs, mid C18th mahogany drop leaf dining table, C18th mahogany tip up occasional table with bird cage, Early Scottish Carron C18th cast iron hobgrate (not fitted).



Study / sitting room

Stone flag floor, working window shutters, dado rail, wall cupboard (former door to weaving shop), window to front, window to rear (originally looking to garden, presently looking into bathroom). Joinery painted in Holkham Hall 'Parchment', Bookshelves painted in Holkham Hall 'Special green'

Antiques available by separate negotiation:
Two similar C18th mahogany armchairs (Country Chippendale), Swan neck C18th cast iron hobgrate (not fitted), C18th dining chair, C18th mahogany estate cupboard, early George III mahogany bureau, mahogany desk, C18th drop leaf dining table.
Kitchen
Stone flag floor, handbuilt cupboards, butler sink, handbuilt kitchen table with integrated drawers, two handbuilt wooden benches. Working window shutters, integrated fridge freezer and dishwasher, eye level oven, electric hob, extractor hood, Hobbit multi fuel stove with cooking plate on top. Joinery painted in Holkham hall 'Sage' and/or waxed with Holkham Hall linseed oil wax. Hot mix hemp lime plaster on the hard, Earthborn clay paint to walls and ceiling.
Antiques available by separate negotiation: 
 Two C18th armchairs
Bathroom

White suite: WC and sink, freestanding roll top cast iron slipper bath with shower mixer taps, disabled walk in shower
Outhouse
Gas boiler, hot water cylinder, Electric meter, high level antique WC and mini butler sink wash hand basin in handbuilt unit, Utility area with butler sink, washing machine and tumble dryer, workshop area, shelving and workbench. Joinery painted with Holkham Hall 'Dark blue'
Garden
Delightful cobbled and red sandstone paved garden easily maintained, with standard yew trees, box, bushes, flowers, gooseberry bush, espalier apple, cherry, plum and pear trees.
First Floor
Stairwell to first floor landing plastered on the hard with Aquamarijn eco paint and Earthborn paints to walls and ceiling , sewer / waste water pipe for the ​future bathroom is under the floor, high level WC and sink on half landing, further stair to attics.
Drawing Room (or bedroom 1)
Wooden floor, marble fireplace, windows with working shutters to front and rear, two shelved wall cupboards, decorative plasterwork ceiling, vintage Flemish brass ceiling six arm chandelier, Scottish C18th cast iron hobgrate (not fitted), some Holkham Hall paints / oils.
Antiques available by separate negotiation:

Scottish wrought iron fire basket and accessories, mahogany and glazed hanging corner cabinet with swan neck, a late George III (Pembroke) drop leaf dining table, three C18th dining chairs.
Bedroom 2 (front)

Wooden floor, working window shutters, understair cupboard, reeded wooden fire surround (no grate), dado rail (bespoke) re-run but not fitted.
Antiques available by separate negotiation:
a Scottish C18th mahogany four poster 4' bed with bespoke only used once Tempur mattress, two Chippendale style lamp tables: one C18th the other made to match.
Bedroom 3 (rear)

Dado rail, fireplace, wooden floor, vintage Flemish brass ceiling three arm chandelier with two matching wall lights, working window shutters. Clay plaster finished with hot mix lime plaster, Earthborn claypaint to walls and ceiling, Holkham Hall paints to joinery and wax to floor.

The chimney was re-built in 2017 inserting liners to bedroom and kitchen fireplace below. The stonemasons omitted a lead DPC and there has been water ingress. The chimney needs to come down again and a lead DPC be inserted. These works can be done at the same time as re-building the turnpike stair which will entail changing the roof form and structure.

Antiques available by separate negotiation:
C18th mahogany four poster 4'6' bed with Tempur mattress, a Scottish George III mahogany chest of drawers, a George III style dressing table mirror, a George III mahogany chest of drawers, a late George III mahogany and line inlaid dressing table mirror. George III bedroom chair, cast iron hobgrate.

Box room (or future bathroom)
 Working shutters
Second Floor:
Two Attic rooms, timber floor, restricted head height,
South attic has hearth from former fireplace. The gable and chimney head re-built in 2008, lead safe with sandstone blocks, boulders, lime mortar, some original 1751 clay mortar and plaster still extant. North attic gable re-pointed with lime, chimney head re-built in 2008, lead safe.
TRANSPORT, SCHOOLS &AMENITIES
The nearest primary school's are Moffat and Beattock Primary. The nearest secondary school is Moffat Academy, which is highly regarded for schooling and within easy walking distance.

Local amenities can be found in the town centre of Moffat which has a wide range of local shops, hotels, restaurants, butchers, a petrol station, post office, doctors, dentist, bank, fire station, hospital (minor injuries unit) historic buildings, a museum and a supermarket. There are also various sports clubs available in the town including a local 18 hole golf club, rugby club and tennis club with fishing, sailing, mountain biking and countryside walks also available.
The M6 and M74 road networks are easily accessible from Moffat and offer excellent transport links North or South.
The surrounding area offers glorious countryside and historic ruins with easy access to a beautiful coast and a multitude of sporting and country pursuits.

HOME REPORT
For a copy of the Home Report please contact Niki 07947210506 or email nicola.whannel@yopa.co.uk

This house description is based upon information supplied by the owner, or on behalf of the owner. These property particulars are produced in good faith and do not constitute or form part of any contract. s1homes do not take any responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in this document.

 

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