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♦   Approx. 7.3 Acres
♦   Three Bedroom Barn Conversion
♦   Useful Outbuildings and Stables
♦   Access to Extensive Outriding   

Price Guide £273,000 Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: EO4709

Drumjin Cottage is understood to be more than 500 years old and the existing residence was converted from a traditional stone barn.  It is one of three properties to be found in this peaceful hamlet.

The cottage has been tastefully modernised and benefits from double glazing and newly installed oil fired central heating. The accommodation with approximate room sizes is as follows:

ENTRANCE HALL 6’9 x 3’6 (about 2.11m x 1.16m) tiled and laminated floor

SITTING ROOM 14’ x 12’6 (about 4.35m x 3.8m) open plan to kitchen, north facing window overlooking rear walled garden, wood-burning stove, open beamed ceiling, hatch to loft space, radiator, laminated floor

KITCHEN 14’ x 12’9 (about 4.35m x 3.9m) north facing window overlooking rear walled garden, south window with uninterrupted views over open countryside, original stone fireplace with fitted electric Range cooker, extractor, newly fitted units, breakfast bar with storage, enclosed washing machine and dishwasher, radiator, tiled floor

REAR PORCH 7’3 x 4’3 (about 2.2m x 1.3m) fitted shelving, double glazed pvc external stable style door to rear walled garden, plumbing for second washing machine

LOUNGE 16’6 x 13’9 (about 5m x 4.28m) north and south facing windows with uninterrupted views, laminate light oak flooring, inglenook fireplace with granite plinth, multi fuel stove, beamed ceiling, radiator, loft hatch

BEDROOM ONE 13’9 x 11’9 (about 4.25m x 3.68m) east facing window overlooking side garden, two large south facing windows with uninterrupted views, open beamed ceiling, original fireplace set in exposed stone wall, radiator, loft hatch

BATHROOM 9’9 x 6’9 (about 3m x 2.15m) west facing window, white suite comprising bath, wc, wash hand basin, fully tiled wet room, Mira Sport Airboost shower, underfloor electric heating, large shelved airing cupboard with internal radiator

BEDROOM TWO 10’9 x 5’6 (about 3.33m x 1.7m) north facing window overlooking walled garden, radiator, loft hatch, currently used as a study

BEDROOM THREE 13’9 x 7’6 (about 4.2m x 2.36m) south facing window overlooking driveway and front garden, radiator

Price Guide £273,000Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: EO4709

The property is initially approached off a single unmade track road which leads to Drumjin Cottage and it’s two close neighbours and from which a private driveway then leads to a private parking area adjacent to the residence with ample parking and turning space.  The front garden has been laid to lawn with a variety of soft fruit bushes including black and redcurrants, gooseberry, rhubarb, and apple trees. A large walled garden lies to the rear of the property with a gravel and woodchip surface for ease of maintenance. There are two raised beds, apple, pear and kiwi fruit trees. There is also a feature well with a hand pump.

There are the following buildings with approximate sizes:

TRADITIONAL BARN ONE 22’9 x 13’ (about 6.9m x 4m) currently used as a workshop with east facing window, wood-burning stove and power supplies, attached to:

TRADITIONAL BARN TWO 22’9 x 13’ (about 6.9m x 4m) loft storage area, power and light connected, tiled floor, currently used for storage of hay, rugs and feed, etc.

TWO TIMBER LOOSE BOXES built by Saltire within a new schooling area

TRADITIONAL BARN THREE this roofless barn is attached to the main residence and formerly had planning permission for conversion to provide an extension comprising three rooms and a bathroom however this has now expired

The land adjoins the property with a predominantly south west facing aspect and is very well drained, productive pasture.  It is post and wire fenced within a stone wall / hedge boundary and is virtually level with a slight incline in places which helps drain into two large stocked ponds which provide a natural water supply to much of the grazing and attract an abundance of wildlife.

In one of the paddocks there is the grave of a former owner with a marker stone enclosed with a wire fence.

The water supply is collected from downpipes off the stable yard and is contained in storage tanks.  There are solar powered lights and a small PIG RUN with an arc suitable for a couple of pigs.


IN ALL APPROX. 7.3 ACRES (About 2.6 Hectares)

Price Guide £273,000Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: EO4709