4 bedroom detached house for saleMayfield, High Street, New Galloway DG7 3RN
- Excellent Decorative Order
- Wood Pellet Boiler
- Large Garden
- 4 Bedrooms
- 3 Public Rooms
Mayfield is a charming and characterful property, located in the heart of the rural village of New Galloway. Mayfield is formerly (and still locally known as) the old Police Station but now serves as a spacious family home with living accommodation on ground and first floor level. The current owners have recently finished renovating and redecorating the property including the re-instatement of the former police cell as a W.C. at ground floor level. As well as an interesting
history to boast, the property has plenty of traditional features such as high ceilings, staircase, cornicing, picture rails, deep skirting and also, timber framed, single glazed sash and case style windows which benefit from a Ventrolla sliding sash and case draught proofing system. In excellent decorative order throughout, the internal accommodation is complemented beautifully by a spacious private garden to the rear with additional garden ground to the side and front of the property. This property is well worth viewing and would serve ideally as an impressive family
home or indeed, those looking for an additional home to base themselves in the
scenic Glenkens area.
New Galloway itself is actually labelled as a town, formerly being Scotland's smallest Royal Burgh. Although having a small population, it has a good community feel and there is a range of facilities in the village including a modern doctors' surgery, primary school (with secondary at Dalry), nine hole golf course, hotels and restaurants, shop and post office and the popular community and arts venue at the Catstrand. Surrounded by the wider Glenkens area, New Galloway is well placed for those interested in rural pursuits such as walking, fishing, bird watching, biking and sailing. Situated just north of Loch Ken, there are a number of water
pursuits on your doorstep with the Galloway Sailing Centre and Loch Ken Water Ski School being based on the east banks of the Ken. You are spoilt for choice for scenery and points of interest with Mayfield and New Galloway being on the edge of the Galloway Forest Park and within the Galloway Dark Sky Park and Galloway and Southern Ayrshire UNESCO Biosphere. New Galloway has plenty of public transport links and is easily accessible to and from the larger towns surrounding.
Newton Stewart is to the west, Ayr to the north, Dumfries to the east and the vibrant 'Food Town' of Castle Douglas to the south.
HALLWAY 21'07" x 6'05" (6.59m x 1.98m)
(at longest and widest and into back hall)
Attractive Entrance Hallway entered by solid wood door with decorative glass insert. Stripped wooden floor. Traditional staircase leading to First Floor accommodation with under stair storage cupboard. Wall mounted radiator. Two pendant lights. Gives access to Sitting Room, Living Room, W.C. and Kitchen beyond as well as First Floor accommodation via stairwell.
SITTING ROOM 17'02" x 12'06" (5.27m x 3.83m) (into window)
Tastefully decorated Sitting Room benefiting from ample natural light from the deeply recessed double sash and case windows to front. Roman blinds. This room would serve ideally as a second sitting room (as it is presently used) a dining room or a snug with the Burley wood burning stove mounted on slate hearth. Wall mounted radiator. Ample power points. Picture rail. Pendant light with decorative ceiling rose. Beige fitted carpet.
LIVING ROOM 19'6" x 12'8" (5.91m x 3.88m) (into bay)
Well-proportioned Living Room benefiting from an attractive vista over the front garden through sash and case bay window. Hunter multi-fuel stove mounted on slate hearth. Hatch access to Kitchen. Wall mounted radiator. T.V. point. Beige fitted carpet. Full height triple glazed window giving outlook into Conservatory. Pendant light. If preferred, could be used for dining.
CONSERVATORY 25'08" x 17'11" (7.83m x5.47m)
(at axis and longest and widest)
A useful L-shape extension to the original dwellinghouse, this double glazed, UPVC framed Conservatory gives sizeable addition to the ground floor accommodation as well as outlook to the rear garden and access through UPVC doors. Linoleum floor covering. Ample power points. Wall mounted spotlight fitments. Featured original stone external wall and window.
DINING KITCHEN 16'09" x 14'0" (5.12m x 4.27m)
This Dining Kitchen is an ideal family area and is beautifully decorated. With ample space for dining, the Kitchen also hosts a Clearview Pioneer Oven multi-fuel stove, mounted on painted concrete hearth, providing additional heat and cooking option when required. The Kitchen has a country cottage feel and is of good proportions.
Cream units are topped by wooden work-surface. Integral four ring Hotpoint hob. Integral Bosch double oven and grill. Stainless steel sink with right hand drainer and mixer tap. Framed outlook through sash and case window to rear garden.
Ceramic floor tiling. Two pendant lights. Wall mounted cupboard housing meters
and fuse boxes. Traditional ceiling mounted clothes pulley. Gives access to Utility.
UTILITY ROOM 9'0" x 8'0" (2.74m x 2.42m)
A very useful space leading off the Kitchen with back door access to the rear of the property and garden beyond. Stainless steel sink with left hand drainer and mixer tap. Cream under-sink unit and wooden work-surface. Power point. Tiled floor. Plumbed for dishwasher and washing machine.
W.C. 9'10" x 4'03" (3.01m x 1.30m)
This quirky W.C. is the former police cell when the property was the old Police Station for New Galloway. The current owners have stripped back this room to reveal the original glazed wall bricks and have modernised the room with a white wash hand basin encased in grey vanity. White pedestal. Ceramic floor tiling.
The first floor accommodation is accessed via a staircase leading you to a half landing where the first floor accommodation splits to two first floor landings, front and rear. The front split landing benefits from natural light from the Velux above the glass ceiling insert. Pendant light. Beige fitted carpet.
BEDROOM 1 (FRONT LEFT) (into windows) 16'08" x 12'07" (5.08m x 3.85m)
Well-proportioned and spacious double bedroom with outlook to front of property through sash and case windows. Wall mounted radiator. Ample power points. Pendant light. Fitted beige carpet.
6'05"x 5'06" (1.96m x 1.69m)
Presently used as handy storage and linen room, this could easily serve as a small study. Currently shelved right and left. Pendant light. Small sash and case window, front facing. Fitted beige carpet.
BEDROOM 2 (FRONT RIGHT)
(into window) 16'08" x 12'08" (5.08m x 3.87m)
Another spacious double bedroom with outlook through double recess sash and case windows. Fitted beige carpet. Wall mounted radiator. Pendant light. Ample power points.
BEDROOM 3 (REAR LEFT)
13'10" x 8'9" (4.22m x 2.69m)
Good sized children's bedroom at present but could be guest double bedroom if required. Sash and case window facing to the side of the property. Ample power points. Pendant light. Beige fitted carpet. Wall mounted radiator.
BEDROOM 4 (REAR CENTRE)
(into window) 11'5" x 7'7" 3.53m x 2.36m
Presently used as a guest bedroom and study. Sash and case window overlooking the rear garden with views beyond to the open countryside. Beige fitted carpet. Wall mounted radiator. Ample power points.
8'9" x 7'8" (2.67m x 2.34m)
Family bathroom with 3 piece white suite of bath with tile surround. Free standing glazed shower cubicle with Triton electric shower and white wash hand basin. Cupboard housing insulated hot water tank. Wall mounted radiator. Ceiling mounted light linoleum floor covering.
4'10" x 3'11" (1.48m x 1.21m)
White wash hand basin with tiled splash back and matching white pedestal. Wood paneled wall and ceiling. Wall mounted radiator. Fitted spot lights.
Mayfield House sits in its own well-proportioned garden grounds. It is both elevated and set back from the road at the front and presently has a lawned area with perimeter borders either side of the pathway leading to the front door. The main garden is laid to the rear. Immediatelybehind the property, there is a large patio area giving access to the out-buildings. The rear garden is mainly
laid to lawn with a large wood store/shed sitting at the top of the garden plot. There is also an area of garden ground to the side of the property which is laid to planted borders and graveled pathway.
9'10" x 8'0" (3.0m x 2.46m)
A pleasant external summer house with double doors opening onto the patio.
5'02" x 7'11" (1.60m x 2.43m)
This integral store is predominantly used for the housing of the Grant wood pellet boiler but also serves as a handy drying or coat room
There is a timber wood store/shed at the foot of the garden, sited on a concrete plinth, reached by the access lane that runs along the side of the property.. This could easily be replaced with a garage. There is an additional parking area also.
Any fitted carpets are included. The central heating system is fired by a Grant wood pellet boiler for which there is a domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) feedin tariff of approximately £1150 per quarter until 12th May 2021 (RPI linked). In addition to the purchase price, the
remaining value of the RHI income is payable to sellers.
The property also benefits from solar thermal panels on the roof which contribute to heating the hot water supply to the property.
The present owners would consider a part exchange.
The Council Tax Band relating to this property is F.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE RATING
The Energy Efficiency Rating for this property is a band E
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