£90,000 Offers around
Situated in a quiet village setting, is this traditional terraced cottage which belies a deceptively bright and spacious two bedroom home.
Complete with a low maintenance rear garden, the property is conveniently situated within close distance of all local amenities inviting a superb opportunity for first time buyers, professional couples and holiday let investors to create a warm yet modern home to call their own.
The accommodation comprises; entrance porch opening to the hallway giving access to accommodation and abundant storage in a deep built-in cupboard. The hall is beautifully highlighted by a bright skylight.
Following onto the light and bright kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a selection of modern white base and wall units with contrasting work surface. Therein lies ample space for free-standing appliances with a fitted breakfast bar.
The rear porch also leads to the garden.
Offering a large window overlooking the rear garden is the good sized lounge with excellent floor space for lounge furniture. This is fitted with neutral carpet offset by a feature floral wall and door leading to the stone-chipped area.
The first double bedroom is positioned to the front of the property and is enhanced by crisp white walls with fitted carpet.
Continuing to the spacious second double bedroom overlooking the central stone-chipped section. This is presented in neutral tones complemented by fitted carpet and recess storage area.
Pristine white family bathroom tiled in white hues and fitted with a 3 piece suite consisting of bath with shower attachment, WC and wash hand basin.
To the front is the home is ample on-street parking.
Completing the property is the good sized fully enclosed rear garden which is mainly paved for ease of maintenance.
Double glazing and oil central heating throughout.
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.
Newton Stewart is 6 miles away, which has doctors surgery, primary and secondary school, shops including Aldi and Sainsburys.
It attracts many fishermen, hikers and also cyclists since it is on the Machars Yellow cycle route.
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.
Viewings come highly recommended.
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