The house enjoys a south easterly aspect and from the property there are superb views over surrounding farmland to Luce Bay and beyond to Galloway Hills, Solway and Cumbrian coasts and the Isle of Man.
Designed by the present owners the house is 6 years old and is of a distinctive traditional style. The interior of the house is light and airy in a neutral decorative palette throughout and with skirtings, doors and architraves in pine. Central heating is by way of oil and windows are double glazed in uPVC casements.
The accommodation provided is arranged over two floors comprising: entrance vestibule through to hall. The hall is an attractive space with hardwood flooring and access off to the dining kitchen, 2 bedrooms and cloakroom. There is a built in cupboard. Off the hall is a staircase which in turn has impressive pine balustrade. The dining kitchen is very spacious and bright having windows front and rear and has a hardwood floor. The kitchen area is fitted with a contemporary range of cabinets extending at base and wall mounted levels in oak combined with a central island unit. Integrated appliances comprise hob, oven, extractor and dishwasher. There is a wood burning stove. Ample room to dine. There are doors off this room to the utility room and through to the living room. The living room has windows front and side and double timber/glass doors through to the garden room. The living room has a wood burning stove standing on a wide tiled hearth. The flooring in the living room is in hardwood. The garden room enjoys a tri-aspect with outlook across the garden and views beyond to surrounding farmland. The garden room is double ceiling height with velux windows, exposed timber beam features and hardwood flooring. There are French doors from the garden room out to the surrounding garden. Continuing on the ground floor there are two bedrooms, one to the front and one to the rear of the house. The rear bedroom has a deep built in wardrobe/cupboard. The cloakroom is fitted with wc and wash hand basin.
Upstairs the landing provides access to three further bedrooms and the family bathroom. The window to rear over the stairwell and off the landing can also be found a walk in store. There is a large master bedroom and with its front facing window enjoys an excellent sea view. From the master bedroom there is a door off to the en-suite shower room with wc, wash hand basin and shower stall and with velux window to rear. There are two further bedrooms on the first floor both good size doubles, one to the front of the house and the other to the rear. The family bathroom is fully fitted with bath, wash hand basin and vanity unit, shower stall and wc. Front facing velux window.
The garden and grounds which form White Craig predominantly extend to the south, east and north sides of the house. The formal front garden which is enclosed by dry stane wall is mainly in lawn with the paved path leading up to the front door. The double timber gates extend across a wide gravelled driveway which leads to a further level gravelled space at the back of the house affording ample parking for several vehicles. Garden to the north side of the house is fashioned in such a way as to incorporate vegetable and fruit beds and in this same corner can be found two timber sheds one approximately 10’ x 12’ the other 6’ x 8’, a greenhouse (10’ x 8’), a poly tunnel and a useful log store. On the south side of the house is a large paddock approximately 0.42 acre.
This is a delightful five bedroom property, a superb family home or indeed a house with potential for Bed & Breakfast, in a most wonderful setting.
Offers over £350,000