Inchmalloch House, Port Logan, DG9 9NT | Property for sale | Savills
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Inchmalloch HousePort Logan, DG9 9NT

    Key features

    • Four bedrooms
    • Two en-suites
    • Utility room
    • Stunning views
    • Oil fired central heating

    Modern detached house completed to an extremely high standard with full height picture windows making the most of stunning rural and coastal views. Set within 0.80 acres.

    About this property

      Inchmalloch is a well-appointed modern house completed in 2009 which enjoys stunning uninterrupted countryside and sea views. The property is all on one level and begins with an entrance vestibule with a glazed door opening into the welcoming entrance hall which in turn provides access to all the accommodation. There is an impressive sitting room with vaulted ceiling and full height glazed gable with beautiful feature wooden beams, a wood burning stove and glazed doors into a sun room which has triple aspect windows including another glazed gable and patio doors giving access to a paved terrace. The large, modern dining kitchen has solid wood floor and wall units and integrated appliances, while a handy utility room has a door out to the garden. There are four bedrooms, two with en suite shower rooms, plus a family bathroom. Cupboards in the hallway provide good storage. The gardens are low maintenance giving new owners a blank canvas to further develop the outside space if desired. Extensive parking is provided by the private driveway which sits off the public road.


      Services - Mains water and electricity, private drainage to a septic tank. Oil fired central heating – underfloor throughout house and towel radiators within bathrooms.

      Local Authority - Dumfries and Galloway Council

      EPC Rating = Band C

      Servitude Rights, Burdens and Wayleaves
      The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all servitude rights, burdens, reservations and wayleaves, including rights of access and rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and wayleaves for masts, pylons, tays, cable, drains and water, gas and other pipes, whether ontained in the Title Deeds or informally constituted and whether referred to in the General Remarks and Stipulations or not. The Purchaser(s) will be held to have satisfied himself as to the nature of all such servitude rights and others.

      Vacant possession and entry will be given on completion.

      Offers must be submitted in Scottish legal terms to the Selling Agents. A closing date for offers may be fixed and prospective purchasers are advised to register their interest with the Selling Agents following inspection.

      Strictly by appointment with Savills – 01387 263 066

      Purchase Price
      Within 7 days of the conclusion of Missives a deposit of 10% of the purchase price shall be paid. The deposit will be nonreturnable in the event of the Purchaser(s) failing to complete the sale for reasons not attributable to the Seller or his agents.

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    Local information

    • Inchmalloch sits in a superb elevated position with beautiful open aspects over the surrounding countryside and Luce Bay beyond. The pretty village of Port Logan is set in the Rhins of Galloway and is close to the southernmost point of Scotland. The village dates back to 1682 when the pier was built and in 1810 a new harbour was added and Port Logan was established. Within close proximity is Logan Botanic Garden which is one of three specialist gardens in Scotland and forms part of the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh. Its southerly location and the Gulf Stream mean that Logan Botanic Garden enjoys an exceptionally mild climate and is home to a remarkable collection of exotic plants.
    • The nearby town of Stranraer is the main centre of population in the west of Galloway and famous for the annual Oyster Festival, held in September. The town offers a range of business services, supermarkets, shops, local community hospital, marina, leisure facilities, primary and secondary schooling and a railway station providing services north to Ayr and Glasgow. Ferry services to Northern Ireland (Larne and Belfast) operate from Cairnryan, only 6 miles north of Stranraer. In addition to the train and ferry links at Stranraer and Cairnryan, the nearest international airports are at Prestwick (73 miles) and Glasgow (104 miles). The A75 and A77 trunk roads are accessible from Stranraer.
    • For outdoor enthusiasts the area is also a natural base from which to explore the beautiful countryside. The Southern Upland Way (a 212 mile coast to coast route) runs from Portpatrick on the west coast of the Rhins peninsula, to Cockburnspath on the eastern seaboard. Portpatrick itself is a bustling village port, immensely popular with locals and tourists alike having a range of hotels, restaurants, Dunskey Golf Course and further tourist attractions. Highlights of the calendar include the annual Lifeboat Week in summer and the Folk Festival in September.
    • Further outdoor pursuits including mountain biking are available in the Galloway Forest Park within close proximity to Newton Stewart, which covers a vast and sparsely populated landscape stretching to the north and east and is one of only four national parks in the western world to have official Dark Sky status.

    Additional information

    • Directions: DIRECTIONS From Stranraer follow the A77 south out of the town which in turn becomes the A716. Continue south along the A716 past Ardwell and follow the signs for Port Logan along the B7065. On entering Port Logan take the left hand turning at the junction signposted for Drummore (remaining on the B7065). Inchmalloch is situated just over a mile along this road on the left hand side. Postcode for satnav is DG9 9NT, what3words: long.backswing.stardom
    • EPC Rating: C
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: TBC