Drummore is the most southerly village in Scotland and on route to the Mull of Galloway. 27 Mill Street is situated in a central position within this quiet coastal village, within walking distance of the local shop, primary school, …
Drummore is the most southerly village in Scotland and on route to the Mull of Galloway. 27 Mill Street is situated in a central position within this quiet coastal village, within walking distance of the local shop, primary school, church and beach. Fishing boats still go out from the harbour and leisure boats frequent the Bay. Logan Botanic Gardens, Scotland’s most exotic gardens is approximately 6.4 miles north of the property, a variety of tropical plants flourish here in the warmer climate, a result of the Gulf Stream flowing through the region.
Stranraer is the nearest town providing a wider range of shops, supermarkets, offices, a leisure centre and secondary school.
27 Mill Street was formerly the village Post Office, the large sitting room window, with window seat, was the shop window displaying goods and services. The original red post box has been retained and is a fixture on wall leading to the garden. The double aspect sitting room has an Arrow multi fuel stove set on a slate tiled hearth and space for a dining table and chairs. The kitchen has been recently renewed and has an integrated Hoover double oven and grill, microwave and fridge freezer. The Living Room on the first floor is currently used as a studio, and has an archway through to a study, this could be reconfigured to provide a further bedroom, with an en-suite bathroom. A solid cast iron Dowling Stove adds warmth and character to this double aspect room. The bathroom has been updated and finished to a high standard, the hot water tank and washing machine are both hidden away in fitted cupboards within the bathroom. 27 Mill Street sits under a tiled roof, is double glazed throughout. Heating is provided by electric heaters and storage heaters, as well as the two multi fuel stoves.
The garden is accessed from the kitchen at the rear of the property, steps lead up to a patio area, suitable for dining al fresco. Narrow borders with plants and established shrubs surround an area of lawn and a path leads to two sheds and a small greenhouse at the rear of the garden. One of the sheds was previously used as a hen house, the second shed (10x8) has a workbench and is used for storage. A plastic box offers additional space for garden tools. A well maintained vegetable patch provides the opportunity to have fresh produce daily, and is only overlooked by cows in the field behind.