The house is in a good locality within the village of Glenluce which in turn lies approximately 9 miles east of Stranraer. In the village there is a shop primary school and doctors surgery. A wider range of shopping outlets and amenities are to be found in Stranraer.
The house which is predominantly of stone construction under a pitched slated roof extends to 1½ storeys and provides a really spacious interior which is arranged as follows: entrance vestibule with double glazed uPVC front door and terrazzo floor. The hall is accessed by way of a timber glass inner door and from the hall there are doors off to the living room, dining room, kitchen, 5th bedroom. The hall has two built in shelved cupboards and the staircase to the upper floor. The living room has window to front and there is an open fire. At the rear of the house is a bedroom which is fitted with a range of wardrobes and cupboards. The dining room has front facing window and this room opens through to the kitchen which has windows rear and side. From the kitchen there is access through to utility room where the central heating boiler is located. From the utility room there is a door through to the shower room which comprises wc, wash hand basin and shower stall with mixer shower unit. The shower room floor is tiled and has a window to side. Completing the accommodation on the ground floor is a porch with double glazed windows rear and side and tiled floor. From the porch there is a door which affords access to the back garden. Moving upstairs and at mezzanine level is a bathroom to the rear of the house. Bathroom is split level and comprises a bath, wc and wash hand basin. Rear facing window. From the bathroom is a door through to a useful store room. At first floor level there is a wide landing providing access to four bedrooms and box room. There is a velux window to rear over the stairwell. The four bedrooms (two to the front and two to the rear) can all fairly be described as doubles and have slightly coombed ceilings. The box room has a velux window to front.
Central heating is by way of oil and windows are double glazed predominantly in uPVC casements.
Although the house is middle terrace there is a pend between the property and the adjoining house which affords vehicular access to the rear. Attached to the immediate rear of the house is an outbuilding although it is fair to say that this is in need of repair. There is gravelled area for parking and stretching away from this is a level garden. The garden is enclosed by hedge and timber wire fence.
There are elements of the house that would certainly benefit from general improvement. However that said this is a well proportioned property. An excellent family home and viewing is strongly recommended.
Offers around £120,000