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Flat 7, Dunragit House

Flat 7 is on the upper floor and the accommodation is configured as follows: Hall with access off to living room/kitchen, 2 bedrooms and bathroom. The Living Room/Kitchen has window to rear and side with view into courtyard. There is a range of base and wall mounted cabinets in the kitchen area. Bedroom 1 is a fair size double with window to side. Bedroom 2 which is a single has window to front. The Bathroom has bath with shower over, wash hand basin and wc.

Heating is by way of electric storage and convector heaters.

The flat is entered by way of a shared entrance hallway which in turn is accessed from a courtyard forming the rear of the main mansion house.

There is a delightful garden which we understand is shared in common with adjoining proprietors of Dunragit House.

Dunragit House was built by the Hay family and became the residence of the Hays circa 1830. Sir John Dalrymple Hay sold Dunragit Estate in 1875. Historic Scotland lists the property as being a 3 storey, 4 bay mansion house with its origins dating possibly late 17th century with later 18th century additions.

Dunragit is a small village approximately 6.5 miles east of Stranraer and the village has recently (Spring 2014) been by-passed. Dunragit House is situated in a wooded location approximately 1 mile from the village.

Offers around  £40,000

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