Craignarget House is a bright and spacious property benefiting from both coastal and countryside views. The entrance vestibule opens through the dining room to the main hall, where all ground floor rooms can be accessed from. You can choose …
Craignarget House is a bright and spacious property benefiting from both coastal and countryside views. The entrance vestibule opens through the dining room to the main hall, where all ground floor rooms can be accessed from. You can choose your view from the double aspect kitchen, where cooking facilities are provided by a Rangemaster ‘Professional’ electric cooker and a double level central island is used for both preparation work and dining. The dining room offers space for entertaining and dining and a large picture window frames the stunning outlook. The sitting room is open plan to the sun room, allowing for the views and light to flow in to both rooms, the sunsets are spectacular, as the sun sets in the evening behind the Rhins of Galloway peninsula.
The master bedroom en-suite benefits from both a bath and shower, and bedroom 4 en-suite, on the first floor, has a shower. This bedroom also has a large dormer window overlooking the garden and countryside beyond. There are a further two bedrooms, one of these could easily be used as a work from home office, in addition to the smaller office space beside the kitchen.
The utility room is adjacent to the garage and there is direct access to the garage from the utility room. The utility room has space and plumbing for white goods, a sink and drainer, worktop and cupboards.
A traditional outbuilding/barn, which is in total 24.5m x 5.14m, currently provides an abundance of storage space, but could easily be converted to form stables, or housing for livestock. Stalls and a central drainage channels are still visible in some parts of the barn, giving a sneak peak in to the history of this former farm.
It may also be possible to convert this building to holiday accommodation, with the appropriate planning permission and consents.
Craignarget House sits under a tiled roof, with the exception of the Dining Room, has oil fired central heating powered by a Worcester Heatslave 26/32 combi boiler and is double glazed throughout.
Ground Floor: Entrance Porch, Office, Kitchen, Shower Room, Bedroom 3, Master Bedroom en-suite, Bedroom 2, Sitting Room, Sun Room, Dining Room, Entrance Vestibule.
First Floor: Bedroom 4 with en-suite Shower Room
GARDEN (AND GROUNDS)
A wooden gate opens to a driveway lined with trees leading to Craignarget House from the main road, where there is ample parking for numerous vehicles. A large area of lawn sits between the property and the road, which could be used as a paddock. A patio area leads to the orchard, where there are a variety of fruit trees, two greenhouses and borders along the dry stone wall boundary. The rear garden behind the property is mainly laid to lawn with a number of mature trees, small borders and planters.
Stone barn, with a corrugated tin roof divided in to three sections (9.15m, 6.10m & 9.28m x 5.14m). The middle section has a floored upper level, reached via a ladder from section one. All sections have power and lighting. A stable style door opens in to the first section, and there are internal doors opening to each section within the building. Power and light is supplied.
Craignarget House is situated directly opposite Craignarget Beach, with stunning views of the Isle of Man and the Mull of Galloway, Scotland’s most southerly point. The nearest village is Glenluce, which has a primary school, doctor’s surgery, shop, church, café, bowling club and small gym. The Cock Inn, approximately 1 mile from Craignarget House, is the oldest licenced premises in Wigtownshire and reopens for business on May 21st.
The harbour village of Port William, around 7 miles from the property also benefits from a primary school, doctor’s surgery, shop and post office, bowling club and hairdresser.
The nearest towns are Stranraer and Newton Stewart which both have shops, supermarkets and offices and secondary schools. Wigtown, Scotland’s Book Town, approximately 13 miles from Craignarget House, holds an annual Book Festival and is home to many bookshops and cafes. The famous Bladnoch Distillery is located just outside the town.
Craignarget House is on a bus route, the 416 bus passes the property regularly travelling between Port William at Stranraer. Trains to Ayr and Glasgow are available at Stranraer, with ferries to Northern Ireland at nearby Cairnryan. Trains also run from the regional centre of Dumfries 66 miles to the east. Domestic and international flights are available at Prestwick Airport, 65 miles north, and Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports, 102 and 136 miles respectively. Motorway links and trains are available at Lockerbie, 80 miles east, and Kilmarnock, 77 miles north.