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Auchenhay Cottage

Corsock, Castle Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway, DG7 3HZ

Guide Price £245,000


  • A delightful traditional Galloway cottage in a peaceful rural location.

  • Renovated small bothy forming a gallery/exhibition space.

  • Sitting Room. Spacious comfortable kitchen/dining/living area. Utility Room.

  • Three Bedrooms. Further Bedroom or Study. Bathroom. Shower Room.

  • Garden enjoying views of the surrounding countryside.

Auchenhay Cottage is a traditional Galloway shepherd’s cottage which has been extended and modernised over the years to form a comfortable 3/4 bedroom home. It sits in mature gardens and overlooks open farmland on all sides. The current owner ...

Auchenhay Cottage is a traditional Galloway shepherd’s cottage which has been extended and modernised over the years to form a comfortable 3/4 bedroom home. It sits in mature gardens and overlooks open farmland on all sides. The current owner has renovated the small bothy to form a gallery/exhibition space, which could lend itself to a number of uses. The property is fully double glazed and has an oil fired Rayburn cooker, which provides hot water and serves the central heating system, with a log burner for additional warmth when required.

Corsock is a small village and offers a small pub and a twice weekly post office held in the village hall. The village hall is the venue for a renowned Christmas Craft Show in November and The Great Corsock Show in August. The Urr water run close by. Crocketford has a well stocked village shop and a village pub, and sits on the main A75 trunk road leading east to Dumfries and west to Castle Douglas. There is a good range of individual shops and services in Castle Douglas, known as the region’s Food Town, and a broader range of high street shops, larger supermarkets, retail parks, large hospital and university campuses in Dumfries. There is a village school in nearby Springholm, and school buses stop at Auchenhay lane end.