Stunning newly constructed detached property in attractive edge of town location yet within a truly unique rural setting. The garden extends to Barr Burn and continues beyond to the woodland, providing a wildlife haven with Salmon, Sea Trout, kingfishers, Dippers, …
Stunning newly constructed detached property in attractive edge of town location yet within a truly unique rural setting. The garden extends to Barr Burn and continues beyond to the woodland, providing a wildlife haven with Salmon, Sea Trout, kingfishers, Dippers, squirrels and heron all regularly frequenting Bargorge. The property has been completed throughout to the highest standards, including contemporary fitted Kitchen with a range of integral appliances by Neff, striking bathrooms with marble finish and the hallway and living room benefit from stunning engineered oak flooring. The high standard of finish continues externally to the raised decking area, accessed from both Open Plan Kitchen and Living Room, finished with a light Grey/Silver Birch effect Trex-Deck composite decking. The property perfectly integrates with its surroundings with large windows looking to the garden, burn and woodland beyond and a choice of three doors directly accessing the garden from the rear property. A stunning feature staircase rises to the first floor landing accessing a further two bedrooms (one of which en suite) and cinema room. The en suite bedroom enjoys beautiful views of the garden that can be enjoyed from the stainless steel and glass balcony.The property benefits from Solar panel and Air source heating powering the hot water and underfloor heating contributing to favourable running costs. The underfloor heating is controlled by wall mounted panels controlling each heating zone. The first floor is heated by way of 1700w Haverland Electric Heaters.
Dalbeattie nestles in the valley of the River Urr, the name means valley of the silver birch. The town has a thriving and friendly community with a good range of shops, small supermarkets, cafes, hotels, restaurants. The town also has award winning butchers, a veterinary surgery, nursery, primary and secondary schools in a brand new state of the art education campus, a museum, solicitors, a dental practice and a health centre. In addition there is a selection of sporting facilities including a park with boating lake, a bowling green, an active tennis club, football club and facilities, as well as a nine hole golf course. In the summer months a Civic programme runs a variety of events enjoyed by the local community and visitors alike.
The nearby market town of Castle Douglas, known as Dumfries & Galloways Food Town, also provides a variety of shops, two larger supermarkets, health services, pool and leisure facilities, veterinary services, and a thriving livestock market. Dumfries which is approximately 13 miles distant and is the principal town in the area which provides a wider range of schools, shops, retail outlets, and other services including a major hospital, the Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary. Dumfries is home to the Crichton campuses of both Glasgow University and the University of the West of Scotland.
Communications to the area are good. There are mainline railway stations in both Dumfries and Lockerbie, providing excellent links to both the north and south. The M74 motorway network is 42 miles distant, and there are regular flights to other parts of the UK, Ireland and Continental Europe from Prestwick Airport 63 miles north, and Edinburgh and Glasgow both 96 miles