Attractive detached family home with delightful gardens, ideally located on the edge of this popular village.
Laragh Burn is an attractive and well-presented detached family home built in 1935 with later additions and provides light, versatile living accommodation arranged over two floors. Salient features include stylish kitchen and bathroom suites, a feature fireplace, casement windows, together with extensive gardens, which provide a delightful backdrop to the property, and a large detached workshop.
The sitting room features an impressive fireplace with brick surround and wood burning stove with a view to the front.
There is a double aspect family room with built-in storage.
The impressive kitchen/dining room is equipped with a range of wall and base cupboards, a range style cooker and space for appliances. A stable door opens to a delightful paved terrace and there are dual aspect views over the gardens.
A utility room has further storage and space for appliances and a cloakroom completes the ground floor.
The double aspect principal bedroom suite has a bank of wardrobes and is served by a stylish en suite bathroom.
There are four further bedrooms, and a well-appointed family bathroom completes the accommodation.
Laragh Burn is approached via a sweeping drive and benefits from ample parking and dual access from the road. There is a brick edged area of lawn to the front with established trees within, and an impressive detached timber outbuilding providing garaging and a workshop.
To the rear is a generous paved terrace with an attractive pergola adorned by established wisteria, ideal for al fresco entertaining. The garden is predominantly laid to lawn with a variety of established deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs, providing year round colour and interest, with far reaching countryside views beyond. There is also a garden implement shed and gated side access. In total the plot amounts to approximately 0.9 acres.
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I love where this house is and what it has to offer what a superb garden and home!David Johnston