The house has been well maintained over the years, and is an excellent example of its type, with the traditional period type layout to the ground and first floors, with principle rooms to the front south facing elevation, with …
The house has been well maintained over the years, and is an excellent example of its type, with the traditional period type layout to the ground and first floors, with principle rooms to the front south facing elevation, with an abundance of further bedrooms and additional reception space with 7 bedroom sand 4 reception rooms in total. The setting is stunning with rural views beyond, the property although part of a small hamlet occupies a private site within its own grounds in excess of 3 acres. The property has many traditional features including working shutters to the principal rooms on the ground floor, traditional central staircase with iron railing, high ceilings and decorative plaster cornice complimented however by gas central heating, double glazing throughout, wood burning stove which also distributes heat to the radiators and solar panels providing hot water with a back up storage battery. The property sits within beautifully maintained garden grounds and is approached via a large sweeping driveway with twin entrance/exit, access to large double garage with connected lean to garden store to the rear. A separate track also leads down to the stable building offering 3 loose boxes and access to the garden through a wooden gate.
Entrance Porch. Hallway. Library. Dining Room. Drawing Room. W.C. Snug. Kitchen. Utility Room. Back Kitchen. W.C.
Bathroom. 5 Bedrooms. Shower Room.
Attic Bedroom. Hallway with fitted storage. Attic Bedroom with En Suite.
Tarff Old Manse is situated in a small hamlet close to the village of Twynholm, just off the A75. Twynholm provides a primary school, village shop, garage and is on major bus routes being immediately accessible to the A75 euro-route. The Cocoa Bean, a renowned chocolate factory with workshops, wedding and conference venue and both indoor and outdoor children’s play areas is also very nearby.
Communications to the area are very good, Twynholm sits near to the A75, known as the Euro route. The M74 network at Gretna is about 50 miles to the east providing links both north and south. There are mainline railway stations in both Dumfries and Lockerbie. The ferry link with Northern Ireland from Cairnryan (near Stranraer) is about 50 miles west. Regular flights to parts of the UK and Ireland as well as continental Europe depart from Prestwick Airport, which is 63 miles to the north. Both Edinburgh about 107 miles, Glasgow about 93 miles, have international airports.