The cottage is situated in the North Rhins countryside; 4 miles from the village of Leswalt, which has a farm-shop, village shop, church, primary school and village hall and approximately 7 miles from the town of Stranraer which has ample shopping facilities, including supermarkets and petrol stations, chemists, hardware, gift ,clothes and shoe shops. Stranraer also has a medical centre and hospital, marina, two major building supply outlets and a large garage showroom and workshop. There are
PORCH (8’3” x 5’0”)
Front door opens into THE PORCH with slate floor and solid wood shelving to one wall. There is a large ‘picture ‘ window allowing views to the front garden and open countryside beyond.
HALL (9’9” x 9’5”)
Large HALL, fitted carpet, which continues the length of the stairway and across the first floor landing. Electric storage heater . Wall cupboard housing electric meter and fuse boxes. Understairs storage cupboard.
SITTING ROOM (19’4” x 11’6”)
Solid oak door provides entrance from hall to SITTING ROOM which is fully carpeted. Cosy and comfortable with lots of space, large woodburning Clearview stove, set on a slate hearth with large wooden mantle over.
(The current owners choose to burn wood only, but the stove can be used to burn other solid fuel, if preferred.)
KITCHEN (19’4” x 11’6”)
Wooden door from hall leads to the KITCHEN.
The kitchen is the heart of the cottage . Large enough to be used as a family size kitchen/diner, yet warm and cosy with an oilfired two oven Aga. Kitchen storage space is provided by wooden wall and base units, including some display type shelving, with work top space and tiled splashbacks in between. There is an integrated fridge and space for a washing machine and large fridge freezer. The dining area has a ceramic tiled floor. The southfacing kitchen window gives an uninterrupted view of the countryside beyond the front garden.
BATHROOM (9’9” x 4’7)
Entrance to BATHROOM via wooden door from hall, white bath with shower attachment, white sink and white toilet, heated towel rail. Wooden floor.
BEDROOM 1 (12’6” x 11’10”)
Dormer window overlooking front garden. Original wooden floor. Eaves storage space.
BEDROOM 2 (12’6” x 11’9”)
Dormer window overlooking front garden. Fitted carpet. Eaves storage space.
Also, approached from THE LANDING, there are two useful storage areas, one currently used as a study 9’10” x 4’11” (off to the left in the picture)and the other (behind the louvre doors), which houses the immersion heater, has been made into a practical airing space, and has a Velux roof window.
ALL WINDOWS , INCLUDING ROOF WINDOWS , ARE DOUBLEGLAZED.
OUTSIDE THE COTTAGE:
The Cottage sits in grounds totalling approximately 0.37 acres. Some of the garden has been cultivated to provide a large productive vegetable patch and fruit trees. To the front there is a well stocked wide border and a herb patch. To the rear of the property there is a second well stocked border with gravelled seating area and brick built barbeque.
The rest of the garden is currently laid to lawn, but the largest area of grass could possibly provide grazing for a couple of sheep or ponies, or would make an excellent space for poultry keeping.
Boundaries are determined by stone dykes and five bar and stock wooden fencing.
There are two wooden sheds, one currently used as a potting shed and garden store, the other is currently a small workshop. There is also a brick built outbuilding which is divided into two parts with two separate doors – this building provides useful extra storage for bicycles, lawnmower, etc.
The oil tank sits at the rear of the property.
2 Large containers for solid fuel, with a small supply of solid fuel.
Access and Parking:
There is a front entrance to property which leads on to a gravelled drive area which provides adequate space for two cars.
To the rear of the property there is a second access, with a hard standing for one vehicle.
Mains water, metered.
Telephone and broadband by arrangement with the provider.
Council Tax: Currently assessed as Band C; Local Authority = Dumfries and Galloway Council.
Fixtures and fittings:
Carpets , curtains and roller blinds will be included in the sale of the property. Items, other than those specifically mentioned in the above details are not included in the sale, except by negotiation with the current owners.
All legal aspects should be verified by the Purchasers via their own legal representatives.
to front and rear
mains water (metered) and electricity, private drainage
strictly by appointment only through Rankin & Aitken
Disclaimer: The aforementioned particulars have been prepared for the general assistance of enquirers. While every care has been taken to ensure accuracy, no warranties are given. Interested parties should satisfy themselves on all essentials, and will be held to have done so. Where measurements are given, these are approximate only.
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The firm of Rankin & Aitken Solicitors was established in Stranraer over a century ago and has been providing legal advice to local people continuously since then.
The current Partners are Kenneth G. Paterson, C.St.J., LL.B., N.P. and Derek G. Laburn, LL.B., Dip. L.P., S.S.C., N.P.
Kenneth joined the firm in 1977 and Derek arrived in 1997. Both have extensive experience.