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Hazlefield House

Auchencairn, Castle Douglas, DG7 1RF

Guide Price £570,000


  • A charming 4 bed Georgian House dating from 1835, set amidst stunning countryside, spectacular views to the Solway Firth and the Lake District.

  • Two Reception Rooms. Sun Room. Four Bedrooms. Ideal for family or B&B.

  • Range of traditional outbuildings that could be adapted, subject to local planning consent, to provide a range of ancillary or residential uses

  • Extensive garden, lawns and woodland. Category B Listed. About 3.6 acres in all.

DESCRIPTION
A charming Georgian House set in approximately four acres of garden ground, dating from 1835 and before. The property is substantially built of local stone, under a slate roof. Externally, the house retains all important features, including Georgian sash …

DESCRIPTION
A charming Georgian House set in approximately four acres of garden ground, dating from 1835 and before. The property is substantially built of local stone, under a slate roof. Externally, the house retains all important features, including Georgian sash windows and original lintels and stone facing. The whole property was extensively restored in 1993/94 and has also been improved by the current owners.

SITUATION
Situated in one of the most scenic parts of Galloway and, from its elevated position, Hazlefield House has outstanding views across rolling farmland and the Solway Firth to the Lake District Hills. A wide panorama of hills can be seen in clear weather, from Skiddaw in the North East, through the Buttermere Fells in the centre of Scafell range in the South West. The wooded grounds and sweeping lawn provides an ideal setting for the house.

GARDEN AND GROUNDS
Hazlefield House standings in charming mature garden grounds with fine trees and shrubs, affording great shelter and privacy. To the south, there are magnificent views over the terraced lawn and Solway Firth to the distant Lakeland peaks. To the West are the range of traditional courtyard outbuildings and an area of woodland beyond. Possible to create paddock space with the lawn to the front of the space should the purchaser require. The garden is predominantly bounded by a beech hedge.

OUTBUILDINGS
Range of traditional outbuildings that could be adapted, subject to local planning consent, to provide a range of ancillary or residential uses. Includes:

Former Coach House and Garage with stairs to first floor

Laundry/Utility. Store. Wood Room. Cow Byre. Workshop 1. Stable/Loose Boxes. Workshop 2.