Crawthat House comprises a spacious 4 bedroom detached house sitting in an elevated position with expansive views over Dumfriesshire and reaching to the Cumbrian Hills. Although the house requires some updating it benefits from uPVC double glazing to the majority of windows, oil central heating and offers a generous family home.
Crawthat House is situated on the B7068, 3.5 miles north of the village of Waterbeck and 8miles east of Lockerbie. Good local amenities are available in Lockerbie including supermarkets, secondary schools, banks and local shops with a primary school at Waterbeck. A wider range of amenities can be found in Carlisle and Dumfries.
Upon entering the property through the front door, an entrance porch gives access to the well proportioned living room which benefits from an open fire and 4 large windows to the front and provides excellent family living space. From here steps lead to the inner hall and also to the Dining room which again features large windows. At the western end of the living room a door leads to a study/playroom with doors to the front of the property and on to a useful storage room, study or bootroom perhaps. The dining room and inner hall both give access to the kitchen with a range of fitted units, built in cupboards, integrated electric double oven, hob and sink. To the rear of the property and accessed from the kitchen is the utility with plumbing for washing machine and sink with large walk-in pantry and WC off. Also on the ground floor is an additional shower room and large under stairs cupboard.
A sweeping central staircase leads to the first floor with the central landing giving access to 3 good size double bedrooms, one single bedroom, a box room and the family bathroom. 3 bedrooms benefit from large built-in wardrobes and bedroom 2 has the benefit of a balcony to the front offering uninterrupted views across the surrounding countryside.
The integral garage is situated at lower ground floor level below the dining and houses the boiler. The garage can be accessed via an internal staircase from the central hall and has an up and over door to the side of the property. There is a good size storage room off the garage.
Externally, Crawthat benefits from extensive gardens and grounds, in total approximately 16 acres(6.47ha). The gardens immediately surrounding the property are split level with a brick coal house easily accessible at the back door and a large area of hard standing for parking at the front of the property.
There are 4 good size sheds suitable for a variety of uses and approximately 10 acres of grazing land together with around 5 acres of woodland and ravine on the hill behind the property.