Lingree is currently a well-established equestrian property full of potential, offering a stable block, tack room and two acre paddock with a 6m x 12m field shelter. As you enter from the main road, the drive sweeps round to …
Lingree is currently a well-established equestrian property full of potential, offering a stable block, tack room and two acre paddock with a 6m x 12m field shelter. As you enter from the main road, the drive sweeps round to a large parking area, and continues to the stable block situated behind the property. The front door opens to a large welcoming hallway, with an open staircase to the first floor. The annexe can be accessed from the hall, although it also has its own private entrance directly in to the Boot Room. Lingree is a spacious house with two reception rooms, the Sitting Room has a large picture window with a door opening out to a patio area in the garden, and a second room, currently used as a music room, offers a quiet space to play or enjoy music. The Master Bedroom has a Juliet balcony overlooking the rear garden and countryside beyond, Bedroom 3 also has a small Juliet balcony. The first floor Bathroom is Jack and Jill style and can be accessed from both the landing and Master Bedroom.
The triple aspect workshop can be accessed directly from outside, or from the Boot Room. It is shelved, with power and lighting and a permanent workbench.
Secondary accommodation for family or friends is available in the substantial annexe. The Sitting Room has a large picture window to the front of the property and a real coal fire, and opens directly in to the double aspect Bedroom, Shower Room and small Kitchen. The Boot Room could be utilized as a dining area/cloakroom
Lingree sits under a tiled roof, with the exception of the Utility Room which has a polycarbonate roof, the Boot Room and Workshop have a flat felt roof and the Tack Room has a lean to felt roof. Oil fired central heating is provided by a Worcester boiler, installed in 2017 and still under warranty. The property is double glazed throughout.
Lingree is situated close to the market town of Newton Stewart, on the A714, overlooking the Galloway Hills and surrounded by open countryside. The A714 continues north to Girvan, on the South Ayrshire coast. Newton Stewart offers a wide range of shops and offices, including a leisure centre, primary schools, a secondary school and two supermarkets. Wigtown, Scotland’s Book Town, less than ten miles from Lingree, holds the annual Wigtown Book Festival, and is home to many bookshops and cafes, with the famous Bladnoch Distillery located just outside the town.