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Yopa presents this period 2nd floor town centre apartment * located in the very heart of ipswich * open plan living * no onward chain * period sash windows * modern gloss kitchen * parking available to rear (monthly cost) * modern tiled .
This pretty single storey stone cottage is full of character and steeped in history. Located on the edge of the village of Dunragit about 6 miles from the regional hub of Stranraer, it has two double bedrooms and many original features. The property offers high ceilings and fireplaces in the lounge and both bedrooms as well as a fitted kitchen and private enclosed rear garden with delightful views. This property is ideally suited to couples, first time buyers, those looking to downsize and buy to let investors. Viewing is essential to appreciate the full potential to extend and develop this quaint cottage.
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From the entrance hall, the first of the two double bedrooms is to the left and the sitting room to the right. The double bedroom has a fireplace with electric fire, window to the front of the property and built-in shelving. The sitting room has a wood floor and a feature fireplace with unique Dowling multi-fuel burner. From the sitting room the inner hallway leads to the bathroom, kitchen and second double bedroom. The attic space is also accessed from the inner hallway. The bathroom has a three-piece suite, including walk-in shower, heated towel rail and tiled finishings with vinyl flooring. The second double bedroom has a fireplace and window to the rear, offering rural views. The kitchen comprises a range of wall and base units, worktops, sink and drainer with electric cooker. From the kitchen, the back door opens onto the private rear garden.
Finishing off outside, there area gardens to the front and rear. There is a path from the back-door to a patio area and garden shed with the majority of garden set to lawn with flower beds and mature shrubs. There are views to open country-side from both the front and rear gardens. On street parking is available at the front of the property. The boundaries are formed by a combination of timber fencing and hedge.
Transport, schools & amenities
The nearest pre-school and nursery provision is Rephad or Busy Bees in Stranraer. The closest primary school is Castle Kennedy (3 miles) with a wider choice of primary schools in Stranraer (6 miles) as well as Stranraer Academy secondary school and Dumfries & Galloway college satellite campus. There is a general store and range of local amenities available in the neighbouring larger village of Glenluce (3 miles). Stranraer is the hub for the largely? rural area of Wigtownshire, offering a wide variety of shops, including major supermarket chains, services and businesses which provide visitors and local people alike with friendly, personal service. There is a leisure centre with swimming pool, gym and cinema. There is a good choice of cafes, bars and restaurants, as well as the lovely marina undergoing redevelopment. The region is renowned for its outdoor pursuits, beaches, leisure facilities, social events, festivals and history. Some of the quieter country roads are popular for walkers and cyclists, and there is golf on local courses in Stranraer, Port Patrick, Wigtown, Monreith and Newton Stewart. The coastline to the south of the region offers excellent sailing and sea fishing, and there are safe anchorages at Port William and the Isle of Whithorn. The popular Logan Botanic Garden is short drive away and attracts many visitors annually as an outpost of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh. Communication links in the area are good with railway stations in Barrhill (34 miles), Girvan (33 miles), Ayr (52 miles) and Dumfries (76 miles). The M77, linking the area to Glasgow and central Scotland is also accessed at Ayr. The nearest international airports are at Prestwick (about 56 miles) and Glasgow (about 88 miles). Prestwick has regular flights to an increasing number of international destinations. Cairnryan lies about 10 miles to the west and is the main ferry terminal for Northern Ireland with services to both Larne and Belfast.
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