Mayfield is a detached house extending to 1½ storeys built circa 1950’s. The house is brick built under a distinctive rosemary clay tiled pitched roof. The house is situated within level walled grounds which comprise an attractive long approach driveway, a gravelled space to the front of the house affording ample parking for several vehicles and at the rear an area in hard standing affording easy upkeep together with a gravelled and paved patio.
The house is south facing and enjoys superb views across the surrounding level countryside.
The interior is configured as follows: Entrance Vestibule with timber front door and terrazzo floor. The hall provides access to the Living Room, Kitchen, Dining Room, 2nd Bedroom, Sitting Room or 4th Bedroom and Shower Room. Stair off to first floor. The staircase has an oak and glass balustrade. Under stair cupboard and further built in linen store. The living room is an attractive space with dual aspect windows front (south) and side (east). There is a working fire within a light oak fireplace which incorporates an over mantle and marble hearth and fascia. Arched alcoves one with cupboard beneath at either side of fireplace. From the living room there is a glass door opening through to the study. The study has window rear (north) and side (east). This room is currently configured as a study but offers a number of possibilities. From the study there is a door through to the rear vestibule where there is a timber/glass door to the back garden and also a built in cupboard housing the central heating boiler and electrical switchgear. Continuing through to the kitchen with its window to rear (north) is fitted with a range of base and wall mounted cabinets incorporating integrated hob, extractor fan and column oven. Built in larder. The dining room has bow window front (south). The shower room comprises wash hand basin, shower stall with electric shower unit and w.c. Walls are tiled and the ceiling is channel lined and has down lights. The shower room has a rear facing window (north). The second bedroom is a double and has a shallow built in press with windows rear (north) and side (west). Completing the accommodation on the ground floor is the sitting room or 4th bedroom. This has window front (south) and side (west), shallow built in press, fire place with oak style over mantle and tiled fascia and hearth. Upstairs access to two bedrooms. Bedroom 1 is the master bedroom with wide double glazed window to rear (north) from where there is a particularly good view across surrounding farmland. This is a double bedroom, slightly coombed ceiling with access off to en suite. The en suite is a bathroom and has window to front comprising wash hand basin, w.c. and bath. Coombed ceiling. The third bedroom is a double and has Velux window to rear (north). Built in wardrobe. Coombed ceilings.
Central heating is by way of a wet electric system and windows are double glazed predominantly in uPVC casements. Garage and attached outbuildings at the rear of the house.
This is a first class family home offering plenty of accommodation and substantial outside space. Although delightfully rural the house is very accessible positioned as it is within close proximity of the A75 and only 5 miles east of Stranraer. Viewing is strongly recommended.
Offers around £199,500