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Annapurna

Portree Terrace, Portpatrick, Dumfries & Galloway, South West Scotland, DG9 8LQ

Offers Over £350,000


  • *UNDER OFFER*

  • A striking four bedroom architect designed property in the popular harbour village of Portpatrick.

  • Open plan reception room, with first floor living & dining

  • Four en-suite bedrooms

  • Balcony with sea views

  • Garage

  • Garden

  • Private parking

**OFFER AGREED SUBJECT TO CONTRACT **

DESCRIPTION
Annapurna, completed around 12 years ago, is a striking architect designed property with a mono pitched slate roof and a bespoke dining area, built on to the side of the first floor level, …

**OFFER AGREED SUBJECT TO CONTRACT **

DESCRIPTION
Annapurna, completed around 12 years ago, is a striking architect designed property with a mono pitched slate roof and a bespoke dining area, built on to the side of the first floor level, providing sea views whilst dining. This four bedroom detached property benefits from first floor living, which makes the most of the light and views. This property has been finished to a very high standard, including the kitchen, with a solid granite worktop and Siemens American style fridge, cooker hood and five ring induction hob and integrated ovens, grill and dishwasher. There is also a wine cooler, ideal for social occasions and two corner units with 360 degree rotating shelves.
The Sitting Room opens out on to the balcony, perfect for the summer months and for cooler days an open fire keeps the open plan area warm. A clever addition next to the fire provides a chute drop for the ashes to be disposed of without any hassle or mess. Three of the bedrooms are en-suite and the fourth bedroom/study can be used as an en-suite bathroom, simply by closing off the hall door. Annapurna benefits from super-fast broadband and bedroom 4 could be converted to a first floor study, serving the need for a space to work from home if required.
There is an abundance of storage throughout the property, with six double fitted wardrobes/cupboards over the two floors.

The Worcester boiler, for the oil fired central heating and hot water tank are both situated in the utility room, where there is space and plumbing for white goods, and hanging space for outdoor clothes. A door opens directly from the utility room to the garden. On the outside of the property the larch cladding has been replaced in recent years with Siberian Larch, which has a forty year guarantee.

Annapurna is connected to mains drainage, there is a holding tank in the garden and a control panel in the garage manages the flow to the mains drainage.

NB. There is a 50/50 responsibility for maintenance from the end of the drive to the main road, with the one neighbouring property.


ACCOMMODATION

Entrance Level: Entrance Vestibule, Utility Room

Ground Floor: Master Bedroom en-suite, Bedroom 2 en-suite, Bedroom 3 en-suite.

First Floor: Open plan Kitchen/Dining Area and Sitting Room. Bedroom 4/Study, Bathroom.

All furniture is available by separate negotiation.

GARAGE
Of wooden construction with up and over roller door, pedestrian entrance and side window.
GARDEN
Double gates open in to a generous gravel parking area at Annapurna, and the garage is situated beside the boundary wall. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and surrounded by a high wooden ranch style fence. A narrow strip of land is out with the fenced area, which runs alongside the footpath in to the village.

SITUATION
Annapurna is situated in an elevated position, within walking distance of the beach front in Portpatrick. A pathway, the other side of the garden fence, leads down towards the front. Portpatrick is a very popular seaside location which attracts visitors all year round. There are a number of shops, a primary school, church, putting green, beachfront hotels & restaurants and in the summer you will find people dining al fresco as they admire the sea view. Portpatrick RNLI Lifeboat is launched from the harbour and can be seen going out to sea for both rescues and training days. There are good walking opportunities, from Portpatrick you can take a short walk up to Dunskey Castle, a 16th century ruin, set around a small bay with cliffs forming the backdrop, or for the more adventurous hill walkers you can walk the Southern Upland Way, which Portpatrick provides the start or end point in the West.

The nearest town is Stranraer, Stranraer has a secondary school, primary schools, hospital (Galloway Community Hospital), supermarkets, shops, offices, hotels, restaurants, and a train station. The port of Cairnryan, just over 6 miles from Stranraer, has two ferry operators running passenger and freight services to Northern Ireland.