This is a large and spacious house which will have its origins dating back to circa 1800 and has been extensively refurbished by the present owners.
The interior of 2 Barrack Street is configured as follows: Hall with double glazed uPVC front door and access off to living room, dining room, bedroom and cloakroom. The Living Room has window to front and a central wood burning stove affords heat to both the living room and dining room. The Dining Room has window to front and sliding patio door to rear. Open to living room and kitchen. The Kitchen has two windows to rear and a double glazed uPVC door to side garden. There is a range of base and wall mounted cabinets, ceramic hob, extractor canopy, column mounted oven/grill and integrated dishwasher and washing machine. Down lights. The central heating boiler is located in the kitchen. Bedroom 1 has window to front. The Dressing area has window to rear and access to En-Suite shower room with a wide low threshold shower stall, mixer shower and waterproof panelling. Down lights. Moving upstairs Bedroom 2 has dormer window to front which affords a glimpse sea view. The Dressing Room off has velux window to rear and access to en-suite shower room where there is a shower stall with mixer shower, wc, and wash hand basin. Towel rail and down lights. Bedroom 3 has a wide dormer window to front. Bedroom 4 has French door opening to a Juliet balcony overlooking the rear garden. Bedroom 5 has dormer window to front. The Family Bathroom has dormer window and velux window both to rear. There is a slipper bath with free standing shower tap. Heated towel rail and down lights. At the top of the stairs is a handy store room with velux window to front and shelving.
The large garden area at the rear of the house is laid out in a series of terraces and planted with flowers and shrubs. There are two outbuildings .
This is a large property ideally situated to take advantage of all Portpatrick’s amenities.
The village has a charming harbour as its focal point and boasts an array of restaurants, bars and hotels. There is also a primary school, village hall and a variety of independently owned shops. Just on the edge of the village is Dunskey Golf Course.
Offers over £225,000