Wulambiny is the indigenous Australian name for Mount Warming in New South Wales, Australia, and the connection to Australia is strengthened by the eucalyptus tree, currently thriving in garden.
This property is tucked away in a cul de sac …
‘Wulambiny’ is the indigenous Australian name for Mount Warming in New South Wales, Australia, and the connection to Australia is strengthened by the eucalyptus tree, currently thriving in garden.
This property is tucked away in a cul de sac in a quiet corner of Newton Stewart, within walking distance of local amenities. This property benefits from a bright, spacious and sociable open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room layout, which opens out to decking where you can sit and enjoy the views over Newton Stewart towards the Galloway Hills. A Belling gas range cooker provides cooking facilities and there is space to insert an American style fridge freezer if required. The utility room/cloakroom has space and plumbing for a washing machine/tumble dryer, and a small chest freezer will remain in situ. The study is also open plan at the end of the hall, with a fitted desk and shelving, ideal for working from home. Bedrooms 3 & 4 and a shower room complete the ground floor, and stairs lead to the first floor with a bathroom, double aspect bedroom 2 and the master bedroom which benefits from an en-suite shower room. Wulambiny has an abundance of storage, with a large under stair cupboard, double fitted wardrobes in both first floor bedrooms, two airing cupboards and storage space in the eaves. The loft is floored and extends the full length of the property.
The decking continues around behind Wulambiny, with a corrugated plastic roof in parts forming a covered veranda, and to the left of the property an outside store has been created under the covered walkway.
Wulambiny sits under a tiled roof, has gas central heating and 12 solar panels on the roof to offset electricity costs, and provide a small quarterly payment from Feed in Tariff Payments. There is parking for up to three vehicles in front of the property.
The eucalyptus tree stands proud at the entrance to the garden, which is mainly laid to lawn and enclosed with wooden fencing. The decking provides an area to dine alfresco, whatever the weather, and a narrow border provides the opportunity to plant flowers, shrubs or fruit and veg.
From Station Road in Newton Stewart turn right where Station Yard is signposted, continue round to the right and Wulambiny is situated on the left hand side.
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Newton Stewart is a popular market town on the River Cree known as the Gateway to the Galloway Hills. The town has a number of primary schools, the Douglas Ewart High School, a museum, leisure centre, three supermarkets, a post office which offers all postal and banking services, a cinema, and a wide range of shops, offices, businesses, hotels and restaurants. The area is well known for outdoor pursuits and sports. Kirroughtree Visitor Centre is situated approximately 4 miles from Newton Stewart and is part of the Seven Stanes range of mountain biking trails. Fishing, shooting, golf and equestrian facilities are all readily available throughout the area. Trains to Ayr and Glasgow are available at Barrhill Railway Station, 17 miles from Newton Stewart, and from Stranraer, about 25 miles from the town. Ferries to Northern Ireland sail from nearby Cairnryan. Trains also run North and South from the regional centre of Dumfries 48 miles to the east. Domestic and international flights are available at Prestwick Airport, 47 miles north, and Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports, 80.5 and 107 miles respectively. Motorway links and trains are available at Lockerbie, 61 miles east, and Kilmarnock, 74 miles north.