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A rare opportunity to ACQUIRE EITHER or BOTH 30 &32 Main Street in Kirkcowan consisting of a 4 bedroom SEMI-DETACHED main residence with artist's studio and large productive garden, and a 3 bedroom SEMI-DETACHED currently used as a HOLIDAY LET. This FLEXIBLE accommodation benefits from a 6kw photovoltaic system and a biomass boiler.
The main residence of 30 Main Street comprises: Vestibule with tiled floor. 1.17m x 1.00m
A bright and airy formal dining room with neutral decor and window to the front aspect. 5.75m x 3.6m
This leads into the home office (or else family/music room) 6.0m x 3.0m
Through glazed doors into the large open plan lounge with quality wood laminate flooring and cosy Dowling stove sitting on attractive tiled hearth and wood surround. 5.17m x 4.5m
This flows to the homely kitchen/diner fitted with wall and base units, contrasting work surface and tiling detail to splashback. There are integrated appliances of fridge/freezer, two electric hobs and double ovens with plumbing for a dishwasher. Patio doors open out on to the patio area and garden. 5.85m x 3.66m.
Accessed from the lounge is a good sized utility room with plumbing for washing machine and dryer. 3.41m x 3.12m
This leads to a spacious guest WC fitted with a 2 piece suite which could easily be converted to wetroom/shower room 2.33m x 1.96m
The utility room also leads to the boiler room, containing a biomass boiler with 6 tonne automated feed, qualifying for RHI payments of approx. £1360 per quarter until December 2021.
Completing the ground level is the particularly bright and spacious artists studio. This fantastic space features large double glazed patio doors and double glazed windows looking across the garden and handy base units with sink and water heater in cupboard underneath. 7.8M x 3.76m
Continuing upstairs where there are 4 good sized double bedrooms all well-presented and with fitted neutral carpeting. Two of these bedrooms currently benefit from en-suite shower rooms and the master bedroom also has a walk-in wardrobe.
Bedroom 3 has a dressing room attached, which could easily convert to another en-suite for B&B purposes, leaving bedroom 4 having a private bathroom opposite.
Dimensions including en-suites: 6.2m x 3.62m; 5.77m x 5.06m; 3.90m x 2.95m; 3.13m x 2.7m.
Family bathroom is fitted with a 3 piece suite of bath with overhead shower, WC, sink offset by cork flooring 3.15m x 1.8m.
The upper landing houses a large walk-in linen cupboard with water tank.
Number 32 is currently set up as a charming holiday rental property.
The accommodation comprises:
Vestibule leading into spacious hallway with stairs to first floor.
Good size lounge/diner neutrally decorated and accented by the focal Dowling Stove set within fireplace of local granite. The dual aspect windows to front and rear bathe the room in natural light. 5.89m x 3.91m.
This leads into the welcoming kitchen supplemented by a range of wall and base units with contrasting work surface and tiling to splashback. This includes a washing machine, dishwasher, electric hob and oven, extractor fan and LPG boiler. The breakfast bar and dual aspect windows to side and rear complete the room ( 3.98 x 3.73) with glazed door leading to enclosed garden with patio area, lawn and rockery. Further storage is provided in an under stairs cupboard off the hallway.
Upstairs to the modern master bedroom, carpeted and with window to front aspect. This room benefits from a large en-suite shower room/dressing room fitted with a 3 piece suite comprising WC, sink and corner shower enclosure complemented by handsome wooden flooring. 3.83m x 2.76m.
The second double bedroom overlooks the front of the property, with fitted carpet (3.98 x 2.96). This offers ample space for bedroom furnishings including twin beds.
Light and airy third bedroom is a comfortable single room which could be transformed into a home office (3.98 x 1.98).
Family bathroom with window to front. and fitted with a 3 piece suite consisting of WC, sink and bath with overhead shower.
For the main residence the well-maintained south facing rear garden sits in approximately quarter of an acre plot bordered mainly by hedgerow and stone dyke and with gravel paths leading to all areas. The garden comprises lawned and patio areas, established fruit trees and bushes, deep beds for vegetable growing, a greenhouse and shed, a drying ground and a fenced off chicken run. At the top of the garden is a lawned area and wildflower meadow with views over the village to the Galloway hills.
The holiday let property offers a fully enclosed rear garden with gated access. This garden provides a sunny patio, lawn, rockery, and flower and shrub borders.
The friendly village of Kirkcowan offers a primary school, post office and general store, public house, church, repairs garage, dispensing surgery, play area, Community Hall, bowling club and green.
It stands just over a mile south of the line of the A75 trunk road and some five miles west of Newton Stewart, with its supermarkets, cinema, swimming pool, restaurants and various other independent retail outlets and facilities.
Kirkcowan currently benefits from c. £200k per annum. of windfarm money until 2040, and there is a Development Trust that has formulated a Community Action Plan to utilise this money in sustainable ways to benefit the residents of Kirkcowan. For example there are plans to develop the Community Hall, a local woodland has been purchased for public use, and a proposal for a MultI Use Games Area is being developed.
Kirkcowan is situated above the confluence of two salmon rivers, the Tarff and the Bladnoch, which are popular with anglers.
Wigtown, known as Scotland's National Book Town, lies just 9 miles away and is home to the annual Book Festival, bringing in tourists and luminaries to the local area annually.
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