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Stablefield Bungalow

Newton Stewart, DG8 9PN

OFFERS OVER £340,000 | Bungalow | 4 bedrooms

Stablefield Bungalow is a spacious 4-bedroom bungalow in excellent condition, set in appromimately 1 acres of land, with stunning views of the Port William coastline and the Mull of Galloway.

The property would make an excellent property for a couple or family looking to relocate to the coast.

In recent years the property has been modernised to an exceptionally high standard by the owners and would be attractive as a main or holiday residence.

The property hosts a king-sized master bedroom and ensuite and three large double bedrooms. Along with a large, fitted kitchen, with utility room, a light and spacious lounge and a good-sized family room with stunning views of the surrounding countryside.

EPC: Band C (69)
Council Tax: Band E


Externally the property hosts a large double garage, easy to maintain and well-presented patio, rear garden and a large front garden laid to lawn.
Home report available on request


All services are located within Newton Stewart or Stranraer, both of which are well served with an array of independent shops, supermarkets, leisure businesses, golf course and community facilities. Primary schooling can be easily accessed close by in the village of Port William and both primary and Secondary schooling can be accessed within Stranraer and Newton Stewart. Newton Stewart is the market town for the historical county of Wigtownshire and supports a variety of cultural offerings and outdoor pursuits.

The area offers an array of stunning coastlines from Luce Bay and the Isle of Whithorn to the south, and Portpatrick to the west. Wigtownshire hosts a variety of cultural offerings from
Castle Kennedy Gardens and Glenluce Abbey to the north, St Ninians Cave and Bladnoch distillery to the east. The property is situated in close proximity to the cultural hub of Wigtown, Scotland’s National Book town, which hosts the renowned annual book festival.

The area enjoys a varied and picturesque landscape, from the rugged undulating hills and moorland and forests of the Galloway uplands to the sandy bays, beaches and salt marshes of the Wigtownshire coastline. The area is nationally renowned for its natural heritage including the Galloway Forest Dark Sky Park and the Southern Ayrshire UNESCO Biosphere.