Steilston Lodge has been brought to the market through Galbraith and presents a great lifestyle choice for those keen to live in a rural setting yet be within easy access to the nearest village, being just a little over four miles from the Fairtrade village of Dunscore.

With three reception rooms and four bedrooms the property serves perfectly as a family home but equally is the ideal home for entertaining family and friends given the large games room with full size pool table and own private bar.

The living room has two patio doors which open directly to the garden providing a seamless connection with the indoor and outdoor space. Further into the living room is a seating area with a large wood burning stove to get cosy around during the winter months.

Rebecca Reed, handling the sale for Galbraith in Castle Douglas, said: “Steilston is a beautiful property offering the best of both being lovely and private enjoying a rural setting, yet being close to Dunscore which has a strong sense of community. The accommodation on offer is extensive with four double bedrooms and three large public rooms offering ample space for a growing family. The property also benefits from having photovoltaic solar panels installed on its roof providing an additional electricity source.

“The grounds provide a haven for which to relax on the various patios and seating areas but also a great place for which children, and those young at heart, to explore. With around 2.27 acres of land, there is ample scope for those keen on growing their own fruit and veg with the option to plant a fruit orchard and establish a vegetable and herb garden.  

Dunscore is around nine miles northwest of Dumfries, the regional capital which offers an extensive range of amenities including high street shops, retail parks, supermarkets and primary and secondary schools. There are many parks and leisure facilities, several golf clubs, a cricket club, rugby club, and the famous Queen of the South football club.

Steilston Lodge, Newtonairds, Dumfries is for sale through Galbraith at an asking price of £550,000.