Purchasers should satisfy themselves as to all points.
We have attempted to make our sales details as accurate as possible from the information we have about this property.
The property will have its origins dating back to circa early 1800s and is of traditional stone construction under a pitched and slated roof which incorporates dormer projections.
Away from the port are hotels and guesthouses, camping and caravan sites.There are gardens where visitors can sit and watch the ships going in and out of the harbour, parks where children can play, and a splendid golf course designed by the late James Braid and used for championship matches.If there is any point which is of particular interest or importance we would ask prospective purchasers to contact our office and we will endeavour to check the information.We would advise this course of action if prospective purchasers are contemplating travelling some distance to view the subjects of sale.It was not the main ferry port for Ireland in the days when sailing ships had to change course and negotiate the length of Loch Ryan, but with the coming of steam, the advantages of the sheltered Loch outweighed the shorter crossing from the more exposed Portpatrick.
The A75 passes through only a small section of Stranraer.
Visitors who enjoy an active holiday will find opportunities for sailing, boating and water-skiing at Loch Ryan as well as riding and golf as well as landscaped gardens a short drive away at Castle Kennedy (pictured below).
DUNRAGIT East of Stranraer, Dunragit sits on high ground overlooking Luce Bay.
At the rear of the entrance hallway there is a store room which is ideal for bikes etc.
There is a door which leads to an enclosed yard which is shared with the adjoining proprietor.
The photographs used are for the purpose of illustration and may demonstrate only the surroundings.