Clashwhannon Cottage

Drummore, Stranraer, Dumfries and Galloway, DG9 9QE

Guide Price £170,000

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Reception Count icon 1

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  • A unique opportunity to purchase a development opportunity on Luce Bay coastline with a stunning coastal outlook.
  • Exciting renovation or rebuild project
  • 1 reception room. 2 bedrooms
  • Garden Room & Sun Porch
  • Extensive garden grounds
  • Unique coastal location with uninterrupted sea Views
  • POST CODE
  • DG9 9QE
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SITUATIONClashwhannon Cottage sits adjacent to Drummore Bay on the edge of Luce Bay,and just a short walk from the property you can look out on to Drummore Harbourand watch boats sailing in to and from the harbour on a daily basis. Access to thecottage is through Clashwhannon Holiday Park car park, a private lane continuesto Clashwhannon Cottage, situated on the left.Drummore is the southernmost village in Scotland, has a Primary School, Church,shop and post office, doctors’ surgery, fire station, coast-guard station, hotel andrestaurants and a bowling green. Drummore has a real sense of community, anumber of residents make and sell their craft work at arranged events in the villageand at the Mull of Galloway, and volunteers work together both within the firebrigade and coastguard to protect members of the community. The Mull of GallowayLighthouse, on Scotland’s most southerly point, is 5.3 miles south of Drummore,has open days for viewing the exhibition, and in addition there is an RSPB naturereserve and Gallie Craig restaurant and gift shop nestled at the top of the cliffs.Logan Botanic Gardens, Scotland’s most exotic gardens and award winning bistrois approximately 6.2 miles from Clashwhannon Cottage A variety of tropical plantsflourish here in the warmer climate, a result of the Gulf Stream flowing throughthe region. Terally Equestrian Centre is on the outskirts of Drummore and withineasy reach of the property. Stranraer is the nearest town providing a wider rangeof shops, supermarkets, offices, a leisure centre, primary schools and secondaryschool, plus Dumfries & Galloway College. Trains to Ayr and Glasgow are availablefrom Stranraer Station (trains are not currently running due to a problem with theline at Ayr Station, busses have replaced the train service on a temporary basis)and ferries to Northern Ireland sail from nearby Cairnryan. Trains also run from theregional centre of Dumfries 80 miles to the east. Domestic and international flightsare available at Prestwick Airport, 74 miles north, and Glasgow and EdinburghAirports, 106 and 146 miles respectively. Motorway links and trains are available atLockerbie, 93 miles east, and Kilmarnock, 83 miles north.DESCRIPTIONClashwhannon Cottage offers a unique opportunity to completely refurbish or rebuild a cottage by the sea on a sizeable plot which extends to 0.6 of an acre.Clashwhannon Cottage was a much loved holiday home, but due to a flood,following a storm approximately 10 years ago, the property is now in need of entirerenovation. There has been no flooding issue since the storm please refer to SEPAMap link below. At this point 10 years ago, Clashwhannon Cottage was in the processof being renovated at the time, a new roof had been added and fixtures and fittingswere being replaced. As it stands now the building is wind and watertight and itsits within beautiful garden grounds in a very private and sheltered spot. The sunporch captures the early morning rays and as the day goes on the afternoon andevenings are best enjoyed in the garden or in the garden room at the back of theproperty. The kitchen overlooks the front lawn and enjoys sea views and doubledoors open from the sitting room to the garden room and a second set of doubledoors opens from the garden room to the garden. Clashwhannon Cottage has/had oil fired central heating and the boiler is housed in the outbuilding adjacentto the kitchen. Mains water supply to the cottage is invoiced by the caravan site.Payment is by informal arrangement with the siteowner in a sum equal to what the water rate wouldhave been had the cottage been connected to thepublic main. This arrangement has been in place forover 20 years. Any renovations or rebuild plans areentirely conditional upon the relevant consents beingobtained by the new owner.The current owners have a Swift Loire 2016/17 - 28x 10’2 caravan, sited in the front garden, which isavailable by separate negotiation, should the newowner require a place to stay until the property isrefurbished or rebuilt. The caravan has 2 bedrooms,a double room and a twin room, a sofa bed, kitchen,living room and dining area. A floor plan is availableon request.Clashwhannon Holiday Park is situated, next toClashwhannon Cottage, on a slightly elevated leveland the restaurant is just a short walk up the lane. Theholiday park is a small family run business and a numberof the caravans are privately owned. Clashwhannonorganises fishing competitions and hosts communityevents, and this quiet country cottage offers a base orhome by the sea and the opportunity to become partof a small village community. Clashwhannon offers adevelopment opportunity of a type which very rarelybecomes available offering such an appealing andunique location.ACCOMMODATIONGround Floor: Sun Porch, Kitchen, Bathroom, Sitting Room, Bedroom, Bedroom,Garden Room.GARAGE (7.47m x 3.2m)Precast concrete panel walls, profiled asbestos cement roof and steel garage door.GARDEN (AND GROUNDS)Clashwhannon Cottage garden is a well maintained well established gardenoffering shelter and privacy primarily in the garden behind the cottage. The frontgarden is mainly laid to lawn, with a boundary fence open at either side to enhancethe views. There is a garage and space for a static caravan. The land between theboundary and the coastline is a continuation of the caravan site.The Site Plan is indicative of the ground included.RIGHT OF ACCESSClashwhannon Cottage is situated adjacent to Clashwhannon Holiday Park andthere is a right of access through the car park to the cottage.DIRECTIONSFollow the A716 to Drummore, before you enter the village Clashwhannon HolidayPark is on the left hand side of the road, turn in to the car park and continue downthe lane a short distance, Clashwhannon Cottage is on your left.POST CODEDG9 9QEWHAT3WORDSTo find this property location to within 3 metres, download and use What3Wordsand enter the following 3 words: splashes.donor.division.