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Wickham Place, Creetown   Williamson and Henry
Wickham Place, Creetown   Williamson and Henry
Wickham Place, Creetown   Williamson and Henry
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8 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Wickham Place, Creetown
Barn conversion
8 bed
4 bath
EPC rating: E*
4,197 sq ft / 390 sq m

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Broadband: Super-fast 52Mbps *
Mobile signal: 
EE O2 Three Vodafone
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Property description & features

  • Ground Floor Toilet
  • Fireplace / Stove
  • Oil Fired Central Heating
  • Garden, Private
  • Landscaped Gardens
  • Patio
  • Shed/Summer House
  • Private Parking
  • Edge of Village Location
  • Flexible Accommodation
Former estate stable block dating from 1800’s which has been converted to provide light, spacious accommodation throughout designed by Robert Adams.

Wickham Place is a substantial Grade former stable block constructed from local granite under slate roof. The front of the property has three feature stone archways which are likely to be the original coach openings for the former stable block which now form doorways with Georgian style wooden glazed doors and side windows providing and abundance of natural daylight.

This unusual property offers bright and spacious rooms on all levels with Georgian style glazed windows in all rooms. Due to the flexible nature of the layout and the ability for both wings of the property to be self-contained this charming property is sure to suit a number of different buyers.

Located in a secluded woodland setting on the fringes of Creetown the property the property is conveniently located for easy access to the A75 and the local village.

The village of Creetown sits close to the A75 Euro Route, which allows  quick access to be taken to other nearby towns, such as Gatehouse of Fleet (approximately 12 miles), and Newton Stewart (approximately 6 miles), where there is a wider range of facilities available. Creetown itself offers facilities including village shop, butchers shop, nursery and primary school, dispensing GP surgery, filling and MOT station, Gem Rock Museum and local history museum, performing arts facilities, playing fields with MUGA, community woodlands and youth club.

Creetown is well served by public transport with the bus stop for journeys to the East and West of the region a short walk away from the property. There are many beautiful sandy beaches and rocky coves within easy reach, and equally dramatic inland scenery, with magnificent hills, glens and lochs. Galloway Forest Park is particularly convenient. A wide variety of outdoor pursuits can be enjoyed in the area, including sailing, fishing, golf, cycling and hill walking


Front Garden
The garden to the front is mainly laid to lawn interspersed with a paved Patio area which runs along the entire front of the property and can be accessed directly from the central entrance porch and both French doors from the main lounge areas in both the west and east wings. The garden is bordered by stonedyke walls to the front and wooden fence. The delightful front garden has a mixture of mature shrubs. Outdoor tap. To the west is a wooden fence and gate leading to large wooden store/bike shed.

Next to the East Wing are stone steps that lead up to a “drying green” which is laid to lawn. Adjacent to the track leading to the property is an area of mature woodland.

Rear Garden
The courtyard garden to rear of property is fully enclose and be accessed directly from the utility room and from the side of property. Directly behind the west wing of the property is a concrete patio area with inlaid mosaic tiles with Gravel area and raised flower bed. The current owners have a wooden fence and pedestrian gate separating the garden to the east which has largely been left as a blank canvas for the new owners except for a wooden storage shed.

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