A large detached Victorian villa completely refurbished in recent years to create a comfortable family home. Lynwood is a Victorian house constructed in 1884, of much character, incorporating original features such as stripped pine doors, sash windows, original fireplaces, and high ceilings with ornate plaster work. The house has been refurbished during its current ownership and is an excellent family home with ample reception and bedrooms arranged over three floors. The house is located in Corvisel Road, one of the desirable residential areas close to the centre of Newton Stewart.
Newton Stewart is a market town with a good range of individual shops, primary and secondary schools, library, museum, churches, banks, post office, hotels, tea-rooms, cinema, leisure centre, bowling green, health centre and a local hospital with a minor injuries unit. It is known as the gateway to the Galloway Hills.
The South West of Scotland is well known for its mild climate, attractive unspoilt countryside and for the diversity of recreational and sporting pursuits. There are several fine gardens open to the public such as Logan Botanic Gardens, Glenwhan and Castle Kennedy. Nearby Wigtown Scotland's Book Town and hosts the annual Book Festival. Sporting opportunities include trout and salmon fishing, shooting and stalking. There are many beautiful stretches of coastline and beaches including Monreith, Mossyard and Sandgreen, while hill walking and cycling are popular activities. For golf enthusiasts, there are fine 18 hole courses at Newton Stewart and Stranraer - the later designed by James Braid.
Newton Stewart is located about 71 miles from the M74 motorway network by road and 80 miles from Glasgow, 85 miles from Carlisle and 125 miles from Edinburgh. There are railway stations at Barrhill, Stranraer, Dumfries and Lockerbie and the nearest airport is Prestwick. Regular bus services stop in Newton Stewart including coaches to Ireland and London. Ferry services to Northern Ireland can be found at the port of Cairnryan, 27 miles away.