Stranorlar House, a detached, listed period residence built c.1905 in pristine repair. Set in mature grounds with a gated entrance and tree-lined avenue creating a very private property yet located at the edge of town. Exhibiting many period features including full-height canted bay widows, open, cross-braced bargeboards, hipped natural slate roofs, timber sliding sash windows throughout, front door frame with fluted columns. Internally, high ceilings throughout, period fireplaces, extensive plaster coving are just a few of the period features. Accommodation comprises of two reception rooms, dining room, family den, kitchen, utility and ground floor WC. Upstairs there are five bedrooms all en-suite. Outside offers storage outbuildings, vegetable and shrub gardens, ample parking etc. A very successful Bed and Breakfast was operating until quite recently. Overall an exquisite, private residence/business opportunity which can only be appreciated through viewing.