Mayfield has open countryside on three sides, and wildlife are often found foraging in the neighbouring fields, including red deer, roe deer, rabbits and hares. Three large bay windows bring an abundance of light in to the reception rooms, …
Mayfield has open countryside on three sides, and wildlife are often found foraging in the neighbouring fields, including red deer, roe deer, rabbits and hares. Three large bay windows bring an abundance of light in to the reception rooms, and in particular to the triple aspect Kitchen/Dining Room, which extends the full width of the property. The Kitchen/Dining Room has a fixed island with storage, a two oven Aga, purchased in 2017, granite worktop and double Belfast style sink. The Utility Room adjacent extra cooking facilities including an integrated Bosch double electric oven and grill, microwave and four ring electric hob. The Utility Room also has a Pantry, and space and plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine. The American style fridge freezer will remain in situ.
The Living Room, benefits from a Dowling multi-fuel Stove, adding additional heat, if required, in the evenings or winter months.
The Master Bedroom and Bedroom 3 open directly in to attic space providing extra storage space, in addition to the three fitted cupboards.
Mayfield was triple glazed throughout in 2018, keeping road noise at a bare minimum, and sits under a Rosemary tiled roof. The oil fired central heating is powered by a Grant boiler, installed in September 2019.
This property would make an ideal family home/work from home in the country, yet just minutes from a town and excellent transport links.
Mayfield is situated in a rural location, just off the A75, within five miles of the town of Stranraer, between the villages of Dunragit and Castle Kennedy. Castle Kennedy has a primary school, petrol station and shop, and golf driving range as well as a large agricultural store. Lochinch Castle & Castle Kennedy Gardens, just a few minutes from Mayfield, have been described as one of Scotland’s most important historical landscaped gardens.
Stranraer has a secondary school, primary schools, hospital (Galloway Community Hospital), supermarkets, shops, offices, hotels, restaurants. The port of Cairnryan, just over 8.5 miles from Mayfield, has two ferry operators running passenger and freight services to Northern Ireland. There are train stations in Stranraer, Dumfries and Lockerbie, and Prestwick and Glasgow Airports are 60 miles and 93 miles respectively from Mayfield.
Ground Floor: Entrance Vestibule, Kitchen/Dining Room, Utility Room, Sitting Room, Living Room, Bedroom 2, Shower Room.
First Floor: Master Bedroom en-suite, Bedroom 3.
Garage (5.2m x 3.6m)
Brick built with side hinged door the full width of the building. Rosemary tiled pitched roof, work bench and shelving.
Store (3.68m x 3.06)
Brick built with single pedestrian entrance and rosemary tiled pitched roof.
Log Store (4m x 2.5m)
Corrugated flat roof.
Mayfield has a private driveway off the A75 leading to brick gate pillars and ending in a gravel sweep outside the house. Built in approximately 1953 of harled brick under a tiled roof, the property has a private garden bounded by a red brick wall. A combination of planted borders and wild flowers bring an abundance of colour to Mayfield. To the rear of the property there is a border, an area of tar mac, gravel and the oil tank for the central heating is screened by a fir tree and a few mature shrubs.