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Ambleside

Dunragit, Stranraer, Dumfries & Galloway, South West Scotland, DG9 8PL

Offers Over £325,000


  • Acreage 9 acres (3.64 hectares)

  • One reception room

  • Three bedrooms

  • Separate annex with living/bedroom and utility room

  • Large living room and kitchen with dining area

  • Barn with space for stables and storage

  • Three paddocks

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DESCRIPTION

Ambleside is surrounded by open countryside on all sides and has a large mature garden with extensive lawns. Ambleside would make an ideal family home with the added potential to utilise the paddocks to raise either …

*****OFFER UNDER CONSIDERATION*****
DESCRIPTION

Ambleside is surrounded by open countryside on all sides and has a large mature garden with extensive lawns. Ambleside would make an ideal family home with the added potential to utilise the paddocks to raise either small livestock or for equestrian use and is just minutes from a town and excellent transport links.
The property currently offers a separate annex with separate entrance and has a private decking area, a living room and utility room. With the correct consents this could easily be adapted to offer a living/bedroom with bathroom and kitchenette which would provide separate accommodation for visiting family and friends or could be let out on an Air BnB style basis offering an additional income.
The main property offers a large sitting room with views to the south over surrounding fields and trees and on to Luce Bay. The family kitchen with dining area offers the prefect area for entertaining and leads out to a decking area to the rear of the property. With two double bedrooms, one with en-suite, and one single bedroom there is plenty of room for a family to live comfortably.

SITUATION
Ambelside is located to the outskirts of the village of Dunragit upon an elevated position with far reaching views across Luce bay, on to the Mull of Galloway and on a clear day to the Isle of Man. The Solway Firth is renowned for its mild climate beneficial to the many botanic gardens in the area and picturesque beaches.
The local area is steeped in history and offers an array of local attractions with the Glenwhan Gardens and tea room located just a few miles west from the property and slightly further afield there is Logan Botanical Garden, then Glenluce Abbey and Lochinch Castle. The port of Cairnryan, just over 9.3 miles from Ambleside, 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 90 miles respectively from Ambleside.