A well-presented, three bedroom, detached bungalow, situated in the quiet rural village of Stoneykirk. A fantastic home for a couple looking for their forever home. Beautiful gardens, no onward chain, viewing strongly recommended. EPC =D
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Delighted to offer to the market we have this spacious three bedroom bungalow which comprises vestibule, entrance hall, bright living room, fitted kitchen, three good sized bedrooms. This fantastic bungalow also has a conservatory that leads on to the back garden that is well maintained. The gardens around have been professionally landscaped and allow wonderful privacy within. To the front of the property you have some additional garden space with off road parking and garage access. Viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate.
Stoneykirk itself has a shop, two hotels and a garage, whilst the larger village of Sandhead, 2 miles west, sits right on the coast and has a popular beach, village shop, cafe, a hotel and bar. It also has a doctors surgery and a primary school. There's a regular bus/ school bus service. The port of Stranraer provides good ferry services to Northern Ireland whilst the town provides a range of shops, schools and services. The area has a number of excellent golf courses, including Portpatrick and the championship courses of the Ayrshire coast. The South West of Scotland is well known for it's mild climate, attractive unspoilt countryside and for the diversity of it's sporting and recreational pursuits with exceptional walking and cycling in the Galloway Forest and Galloway Hills. In addition there are various other sporting opportunities such as shooting and stalking as well fishing on the region's numerous rivers and lochs.