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Kilwhirn House

Creetown, Newton Stewart, Dumfries & Galloway, South West Scotland, DG8 7EP

Offers Over £320,000


  • Two Reception Rooms

  • Four/Five Bedrooms

  • Home office/Study

  • Conservatory

  • Garden

  • Panoramic Views

  • Rural location yet close to local amenities

DESCRIPTION

Kilwhirn House is a surprisingly spacious two storey property, with five bedrooms, in a stunning rural location.
The property sits under a slate roof, is double glazed throughout and has central heating powered by an external boiler.
Steps take …

DESCRIPTION

Kilwhirn House is a surprisingly spacious two storey property, with five bedrooms, in a stunning rural location.
The property sits under a slate roof, is double glazed throughout and has central heating powered by an external boiler.
Steps take you to the front door which opens in to a bright spacious hallway, with staircase leading to the first floor. Both the fully fitted kitchen and separate utility room with space for washer/drier both have windows with the stunning backdrop of the Cairnsmore of Fleet in the distance
The sitting room, dining room and conservatory are all connected by double doors, creating the ideal entertaining space for friends and family. Steps also lead down from the conservatory to the patio, adding additional entertaining space and a place to relax and enjoy warmer weather.
The family bathroom has both a power shower and Jacuzzi bath, and benefits from an electric controlled velux window allowing light to stream in throughout daylight hours. Both master bedroom and bedroom 2 have fitted mirrored wardrobes and bedroom 3 is currently being used as a work from home office. Approximately three years ago the property was extended to the first floor providing an additional two bedrooms and a shower room. This property would make a wonderful family home in a stunning rural setting.

** Adjacent to the property sits a plot with planning permission in place and services provided which is available separately. This also belonging to the owner of Kilwhirn House. Contact the agent for further information.**

ACCOMMODATION

Ground Floor: Hall, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Conservatory, Kitchen, Utility Room, Bathroom, Master Bedroom en-suite, Bedroom 2, Bedroom 3/Study.

First Floor: Shower Room, Bedroom 4, Bedroom 5

GARDEN
Currently without a clear boundary the garden has been described by the vendors as a ‘blank canvas’. The garden could be landscaped to form a garden as high or low maintenance as is required, by the new owners. There is currently a patio to the front of the Conservatory and a small area of lawn. The Utility Room opens out to a paved pathway, leading to the washing line.

SITUATION
Kilwhirn House, a former railway station building, is situated in an elevated position in the hills above Creetown. Kilwhirn forms part of a small exclusive development with an existing two properties (including Kilwhirn) and plots for an additional two or three dwellings. Creetown has a village shop/outreach Post Office, Family Butchers, Primary school and Hotel, and Cairnsmore Health Centre and Dispensary, and sits adjacent to the A75. With a broader range of shops, schools and services in Newton Stewart (6.6 miles distant) and Castle Douglas (26.5 miles distant).

Scotland’s Book Town Wigtown, approximately 12.9 miles from Kilwhirn House, which has several bookshops of note, an annual book festival which attracts numerous visitors and authors, and various coffee shops and tearooms. The area is also well known to artists and offers scope for work in all mediums.

Trains to Ayr and Glasgow are available at Stranraer, with ferries to Northern Ireland at nearby Cairnryan. Trains also run from the regional centre of Dumfries to the east. Motorway links and trains are available at Lockerbie, 57 miles east.