The spacious high ceilinged rooms provide space for a family, and/or provide a base to run a business from home. The Sitting Room, Study and Kitchen all have multi-fuel burning stoves which heat the property, in addition to the …
The spacious high ceilinged rooms provide space for a family, and/or provide a base to run a business from home. The Sitting Room, Study and Kitchen all have multi-fuel burning stoves which heat the property, in addition to the oil fired central heating. The recently renewed front Porch offers a vantage point to sit and admire the surrounding scenery. The basement (with restricted head room) is accessed from outside and is currently used as a pottery room and store.
The paddock and garden form the outside space, along with two former silage pits. The paddock is approximately 1 acre, is accessed by a gate on the drive.
A small stone outbuilding situated behind the property is a workshop, and a purpose built timber garage is situated within silage pit 1, where there are also two wood stores and a general outside storage area under one roof. Planning permission has been granted for the erection of a triple garage in silage pit 2. Former silage pit 1 has breeze block and earth walls with a concrete floor and pit 2 has earth sides and a concrete floor.
Moorpark of Baldoon sits under a tiled roof and is double glazed throughout.
Moorpark of Baldoon is situated less than a mile from Bladnoch, and within two miles of Scotland’s Book Town, Wigtown. Moorpark of Baldoon shares the entrance with a neighbouring agricultural merchants business and a private gravel road leads to the property. Wigtown is a very popular town, especially between the end of September and beginning of October, when it hosts an annual book festival. The town becomes a hub of activity as people come to listen to speakers, visit the many book shops, eat in the cafés and pop up food establishments, and wander through the ‘Kist’ with stalls displaying work made by local artists and craftspeople. Wigtown has a primary school, church, post office, supermarket, a number of smaller shops and cafés and a whisky distillery in nearby Bladnoch. Newton Stewart is the nearest town with a wider range of shops including three supermarkets, offices, leisure centre, primary schools, and a secondary school.
STONE OUTBUILDING/WORKSHOP (6.96M X 3.65M)
Corrugated roof, stone floor.
GARAGE (6.11M X 3.76M)
Timber construction with corrugated roof.
Two wood stores, of timber construction with corrugated roof 3.25m x 2.81 and 3.255 x 2.41m plus a general storage area 4.97m x 3.32min between.
GARDEN (AND GROUNDS)
A large gravelled parking area is situated at the front of the property, where hedging provides privacy. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a number of apple trees, a small rockery and a dry stone dyke forms the boundary. Land beyond the rear garden is bound by willow trees and provides a high vantage point where you can sit and look over the property to the Galloway Hills beyond.
RIGHT OF ACCESS
There is a right of access over the road from the main entrance to the neighbouring field gate, and the farmer has a right of access to his field. Please refer to the site plan included in these particulars.