Taliesin was individually designed by the current owners and their architect, and was completed in 2004. The property has been completed and maintained to a high standard. A beautiful open plan oak turned staircase provides a striking feature in …
Taliesin was individually designed by the current owners and their architect, and was completed in 2004. The property has been completed and maintained to a high standard. A beautiful open plan oak turned staircase provides a striking feature in the Entrance vestibule and that is further complimented with the oak doors and finishings throughout the property. The property benefits from full double glazing throughout, underfloor heating to the ground floor and radiators on the first floor. The accommodation space remains flexible and can be amended to suit the potential purchasers needs should they want to adapt to create further entertaining space or further bedrooms. The large room above the double garage provides an ideal space for either a Home Office, Gym or Games room. Taliesin has access to High Speed 4G Fibre Optic Broadband. A real positive of Taliesin is its very favourable energy performance rating, which is greatly assisted by the photovoltaic solar panels situated on the garage roof, providing an income of up to £1700 per annum, keeping the running costs of a large home favourably low. Externally the property sits within about two acres of garden grounds, including its own driveway and parking area for numerous vehicles, providing access directly to the detached garage.
Taliesin occupies an extensive plot extending to about two acres in total. The tar mac driveway is accessed through double wooden gates and leads to a tarmac/gravelled parking and turning area. The garden has many different elements, including trees and shrubs predominantly local species to encourage wildlife, a pond, planted flower beds and a vegetable garden with large greenhouse and garden shed. Accessible from the Kitchen/Dining to the rear, is a patio area ideal for al fresco dining and situated to take full advantage of the southerly aspect. The garden is predominantly laid to lawn and is principally bounded by beech hedge and stock proof fencing to the neighbouring farmland.
Situated in the small hamlet of Milton, near Crocketford, Talliesin provides a stunning detached family home sitting in an attractive, elevated site. Although enjoying the rural life Taliesin is conveniently situated just 8 miles from Castle Douglas and 10 miles from Dumfries. The market town of Castle Douglas known as D & Gs Food Town and has local individual shops, schools, supermarkets, health centre, veterinary services and nine hole golf course. Dumfries is the principal town in the area, and provides a wider range of schools, shops, retail outlets, and other services including newly sited Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary.