**OFFER AGREED - SUBJECT TO CONTRACT**
Cardryne Croft is a charming smallholding, with the stunning backdrop of Scotlands most southerly point. The property was completed in 2016 and has been enhanced over the years to form a beautiful home, suitable …
**OFFER AGREED - SUBJECT TO CONTRACT**
Cardryne Croft is a charming smallholding, with the stunning backdrop of Scotland’s most southerly point. The property was completed in 2016 and has been enhanced over the years to form a beautiful home, suitable for both family life and entertaining. Cardryne Croft also presents a wonderful opportunity for those looking for a lifestyle change, with grazing paddocks extending to around 6.5 acres. The pasture is suitable to maintain a small flock of sheep, in addition the smallholding is also currently listed for pigs, alpacas and goats. Some of the land is fenced off for hens; there are two hen houses with nesting boxes and two smaller houses for geese and ducks. A purpose built wooden shed provides storage for animal feed.
The property is an idyllic country retreat with both solid oak flooring and engineered oak flooring throughout, and a Clearview multi-full stove in the Sitting Room adds warmth, if required. The triple aspect Kitchen is a vibrant shade of green, reflecting the colour of the surrounding countryside and three sets of French doors open on to the decking from the Kitchen and hallway, the perfect place to enjoy the breath-taking view. Cooking facilities are provided by an integrated Lamona double oven and grill, microwave and electric hob.
Cardryne Croft is currently a two bedroom property with a further open plan multi-purpose room which could be utilised as a Music Room, Studio, Study, or returned to a third bedroom, the original door and fittings have been kept and could be easily reinstated in the hallway. Access to the cellar is in the Study, a square of wooden flooring can be lifted by suction pads revealing the wooden steps down to the surprisingly spacious storage space. The cellar ceiling height is restricted ranging from 1.65m as you enter reducing to 1.1m at the back.
The property sits under a slate roof, is double glazed throughout and oil fired central heating is powered by a Worcester boiler, situated in the Utility Room.
Cardryne Croft is situated just a few miles from the Mull of Galloway Lighthouse, and three miles from the Harbour village of Drummore. The croft is surrounded by open farmland and has far reaching views, from the Mull of Galloway Lighthouse extending to the Isle of Man and Lake District on a clear day. The Mull of Galloway Lighthouse has open days for viewing the exhibition, and in addition there is an RSPB nature reserve and Gallie Craig restaurant and gift shop nestled at the top of the cliffs. The nearby hamlet of Damnaglaur leads down to Drummore, which has a Primary School, Play-park, Church, Shop, Post Office, bowling green, Doctors’ surgery, Fire Station, Coast-guard Station, Hotel and Restaurants.
Logan Botanic Gardens, Scotland’s most exotic gardens and award winning bistro is approximately 8.5miles from Cardryne Croft. A variety of tropical plants flourish here in the warmer climate, a result of the Gulf Stream flowing through the region. Terally Equestrian Centre is on the outskirts of Drummore and within easy reach of the property.
Stranraer is the nearest town providing a wider range of shops, supermarkets, offices, a leisure centre, primary schools and secondary school, plus Dumfries & Galloway College, Stranraer Campus.
Ground Floor: Entrance Vestibule, Kitchen, Master Bedroom with en-suite Shower Room, Sitting Room, Bedroom2, Study/Bedroom 3 Bathroom, Cellar.
Cardryne Croft garden is mainly laid to lawn, with a few small mature shrubs.
Metered mains water is currently invoiced by the neighbouring farmer. Council tax water and waste-water charges do not apply at this property.
French doors and a side door open in to the utility room, which houses the boiler and a large water tank and pump. The utility room also has fitted floor cupboards with a laminate work top, a sink and drainer plus space and plumbing for a washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge and freezer.
The garage, with an up and over door, currently provides outside storage for tools and equipment.
Dunster House Log Cabin
(5m x 4m)
Currently used as a workshop, with a fixed workbench, power and strip lights. The cabin has a single ply Firestone 1.52mm rubber membrane on the roof.
2.45m x 2.45m shelved wooden shed with boxed tin roof