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Traditional detached Galloway cottage with self-contained ground floor annexe

4 Mill Street, Drummore,

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4 Mill Street, Drummore,

Guide Price £240,000
Drummore

Key Features

  • Coastal Village Location
  • Solar Panels
  • Air Source Heat Pump
  • Wood Burning Stove
  • Annexe
  • Chain Free
  • Double Glazing
  • Fireplace / Stove
  • Garden, Private
  • Ground Floor Bedroom
  • Ground Floor Toilet
  • Heat Pump
  • Neutral Decor
  • On Street Parking
  • Patio
  • Shed/Summer House
  • Solar Panels
  • Traditional
  • Village

Description

Located in the quiet coastal village of Drummore, 4 Mill Street is a surprisingly spacious home over three levels. The ground floor of 4 Mill Street has been converted into a self-contained ground floor annexe which would allow the property to be used for multi-generational living.

Drummore is a small village located approximately 17 miles south of Stranraer.  The area is largely known for its mild climate, with tourism, agriculture and forestry making up a large proportion of the local economy. The surrounding countryside is a patchwork of rolling farmland, woodlands and dramatic hills, as well as some wonderful coves and beaches.

Stranraer is a renowned golfing area, with the championship course at Stranraer augmented by two other excellent 18 hole courses at Portpatrick and Glenluce. There are two bowling clubs in Stranraer, with several of the local villages also having clubs. The local area has many fishing lochs and sea fishing is also popular. Marine activities on Loch Ryan include sailing and coastal rowing. The town hosted the World Skiffie Championships for coastal
rowing in 2019.

ACCOMMODATION
Steps from the main street lead up to and through uPVC glazed door into:-

ENTRANCE VESTIBULE 1.32m x 1.21m
Fitted carpet. Solar panel RCD consumer unit. Ceiling cornicing. Wooden glazed door with stained glass side panels.

RECEPTION HALLWAY 1.32m x 2.18m
Spacious reception hallway with stripped wooden floorboards. Doors leading off to sitting room, kitchen and inner hall.

OPEN PLAN KITCHEN/DINING ROOM 3.29m x 3.55m (kitchen) 3.50m x 3.86m (dining)
Bright and airy open plan Kitchen / Dining room running the full depth of the house. The kitchen area is located at the rear of room overlooking the garden with a good range of “Shaker style” fitted kitchen units. Laminate work surfaces.

Belling electric range cooker with black chimney extractor hood above. UPVC double glazed sash and case window to rear. Black sink with mixer tap above.  Indesit free standing fridge-freezer. Indesit integrated washing machine.
Indesit integrated dish washer. Under-counter lighting. Essential Kitchen Island with solid wood surface. Slate-effect laminate flooring.

An archway opens into dining area located at the front of this room. UPVC sash and case window to front with curtain pole and curtains above. Extractor fan.  Ceiling cornicing. Smoke alarm. Radiator with thermostatic valve. Ceiling light. Wall light.

SITTING ROOM 4.75m x 3.88m (into window)
Front facing reception room with ample natural light from a large UPVC double glazed sash and case window to front with curtain pole and curtains above.  Recessed arched alcove with shelving beneath. Stripped wooden floorboards and deep skirting boards. Radiator with thermostatic valve. Recessed alcove.  Book case. Feature fireplace with tiled surround with wooden mantel above with wood burning stove set on a slate hearth. Ceiling light.

REAR HALL 3.28m x 1.20m
Under stairs storage cupboard. Stripped floorboards. Radiator with thermostatic valve. Sash and case window to rear with deep sill beneath and shelving. Smoke alarm.

Carpeted staircase leading up to second floor level with wooden painted handrail and balustrade:-

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Painted wooden floorboards. Smoke alarm. Loft access hatch. Doors leading off to two double bedrooms. Large built-in cupboard.

DOUBLE BEDROOM 1 3.40m x 3.99m
Large Velux window to rear. Coombed ceiling. Stripped wooden floorboards. Radiator with thermostatic valve.

DOUBLE BEDROOM 2 3.45m x 3.98m
Partially coombed ceiling. Large Velux window to rear overlooking garden.  Radiator with thermostatic valve. Ceiling light. Wooden glazed door with internal glazed side panels from rear inner hall leading to small landing area with wooden steps and central carpet runner to ground floor granny annexe and door leading out to bathroom.

BATHROOM 2.31m x 2.25m
Suite of white wash-hand basin, W.C. and bath. Respatex-style wall panelling. Ceiling light. UPVC obscure glazed window to rear. Bath has mains shower head above.

GROUND FLOOR SELF-CONTAINED ANNEXE
The spacious ground floor annexe can either be accessed directly from the main accommodation via a staircase from the reception hallway or could also be accessed directly from the rear garden.  It would be ideally suited to those requiring self-contained accommodation for another family member or indeed as a short term let subject to appropriate consents potentially providing additional income.

Steps from the main first floor level lead into: –

OPEN PLAN SITTING ROOM/KITCHEN 4.22m x 2.92m (sitting area)  3.31m x 4.13m (kitchen)
Spacious open plan room with formal sitting room area to the front with fitted carpet. UPVC obscure glazed window to front. Radiator with thermostatic valve beneath.  Opening into kitchen and inner hallway.

The kitchen area is located to the rear of this open plan area with a good range of free-standing kitchen units. Free standing Beko electric oven with Stainless steel chimney extractor hood above. Indesit slim-line dish washer. Ceramic Belfast sink with mixer tap above. Plumbing for washing machine. Free standing fridge-freezer. Understairs storage area with coat hooks and shelving. Wood-paneled ceiling. Smoke alarm. UPVC double
glazed sash and case window to rear with roller blind above.

INNER HALLWAY 4.90m x 1.87m
Tiled flooring. Ceiling light. Smoke alarm.

REAR ENTRANCE HALLWAY 2.2m x 1.27m
Wooden glazed door from main hallway into reception hallway.

RECEPTION HALLWAY 2.46m x 4.69m
Composite glazed stable door. Ceiling light.

DOUBLE BEDROOM 1 4.69m x 2.42m
Wood-effect laminate flooring. Radiator with thermostatic valve. UPVC double glazed window to front.

DOUBLE BEDROOM 2 3.00m x 4.22m (at widest)
Wood-effect laminate flooring. UPVC sash and case window to rear with curtain pole and curtains above.

SHOWER ROOM 1.01m x 3.18m
Ceramic tiled floor. Suite of white wash-hand basin inset into vanity unit. Radiator with thermostatic valve. White W.C. Fixed bathroom cabinet. Extractor fan. Walk-in shower cubicle with Triton mains shower. Recessed ceiling spotlights.

GARDEN ROOM 2.98m x 4.03m
Wood panelling on all walls.

OUTSIDE/GARDEN
The property benefits from a spacious rear garden, which is accessible directly from the house with side access from the front garden. Immediately adjacent to the house is an area of garden laid to synthetic grass with steps leading down to further area of garden with well stocked vegetables beds and green houses. To the other side is a large wooden chalet.

A pathway leads down to a fenced off area with wooden shed which is currently used as a hen house and run area.

WOODEN CHALET
Large detached wooden chalet / garden room. Laminate flooring. Ceiling light. UPVC double glazed window to side.
Doorway leading to walk in cupboard. Decked terraced area to front.

WORKSHOP
Good sized workshop with work benches, lighting, and power sockets.

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