'Flowerbank', Harbour Street

Creetown. DG9 7JJ

UNDER OFFER - £215,000

Photograph of 'Flowerbank', Harbour Street, Creetown

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Photograph of 'Flowerbank', Harbour Street, Creetown Photograph of Hallway 1 Photograph of Hallway 2 Photograph of Lounge 1 Photograph of Lounge 2 Photograph of Lounge 3 Photograph of Bedroom 1a Photograph of Bedroom 1b Photograph of Sitting room 1 Photograph of Sitting room 2 Photograph of Dining Area 1 Photograph of Dining Area 2 Photograph of Kitchen 1 Photograph of Kitchen 2 Photograph of WC Photograph of Bathroom 1 Photograph of Bathroom 2 Photograph of Landing Photograph of Bedroom 2a Photograph of Bedroom 2b Photograph of Bedroom 3a Photograph of Bedroom 3b Photograph of Bedroom 4a Photograph of Bedroom 4b Photograph of Garden 1 Photograph of Garden 2 Photograph of Garden 3

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Floor Plan for 'Flowerbank', Harbour Street, Creetown

Property Overview

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An opportunity arises to purchase a substantial detached property with separate garage/ workshop enjoying a convenient location in the picturesque village of Creetown. Within easy reach of all local amenities, this property has been well maintained and provides spacious accommodation over two levels. The property benefits from being extended to the rear to allow for a spacious dining kitchen as well as separate dining room with original oil-fired Rayburn stove. A spacious lounge to the front as well as a ground floor bedroom and another separate public room towards the rear. With full UPVC double glazing and gas fired central heating, this property would make an ideal family home and viewing is to be thoroughly recommended.


With both the property and detached workshop being of traditional construction under a slate roof and flat roof extension to the rear, the property is situated adjacent to other properties of varying style and set within its own generous area of well-maintained garden ground with side rear access to each side of the property. There is an outlook to the front over other residences of varying design with the outlook to the rear being over garden ground and Galloway hills beyond.  The detached garage/ workshop also benefits from having mains power, and ideal space for storage which can be used for a range of options. The town of Creetown provides amenities including convenience store, butcher, primary school and bowling green. All major amenities including supermarkets, secondary schooling, hotels and healthcare are to be found in the market town of Newton Stewart some 5 miles distant. This is an area of natural beauty and there is access to wonderful countryside locally.


The surrounding area has also been noted for its sites of historical interest. The pretty coastal villages of the Isle of Whithorn and Garlieston are within easy reach and where there are further facilities for boating and sea fishing.  The well-known Book Town of Wigtown is only 13 miles distant and a wider range of facilities, including larger supermarkets and secondary schools, can be found in the market town of Newton Stewart (5 miles) and Stranraer (30 miles).


It is understood that, on achieving a satisfactory price, the vendors will include fitted floor coverings and blinds throughout. Other items may be available through separate negotiation


Mains electricity, water & drainage. Gas fired central heating as well as oil supply for Rayburn stove.

Council Tax


Energy Rating



By appointment with SWPC.