Attractive village property of solid stone construction believed to have been constructed around the 1880s.The property occupies a central location within the village with views to the front towards the Church and countryside beyond. The accommodation extends in …
Attractive village property of solid stone construction believed to have been constructed around the 1880s.The property occupies a central location within the village with views to the front towards the Church and countryside beyond. The accommodation extends in to the attic floor and offers deceptively generous accommodation space. The adjoining outhouse and garage provide scope to extend and re-configure the internal layout, subject to obtaining appropriate consent. The property benefits from oil fired central heating and a combination of PVC double glazed units and timber sash single glazed windows, with timber double glazed roof lights to the first floor. Terraced garden to the rear with direct access to the playing fields and playpark beyond.
Attractive one and a half storey cottage within the popular village of Penpont. Penpont has a local shop, a garage, and a primary school. Thornhill (2 miles) has a range of shops, a secondary school, medical centre, dental practice, cottage hospital, hotels and a golf course. Drumlanrig Castle, with beautiful garden and grounds, the seat of the Duke of Buccleuch, is only about 3 miles away.
Dumfries, 15 miles to the south, is the principal town in the area, and provides a wider range of schools, shops, retail outlets, and other services including newly completed hospital, the Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary. In addition, the Crichton Campus provides further college and university campuses.
Both Edinburgh (84 miles) and Glasgow (70 miles), with their International Airports, can be reached in a little over an hour by road and there are mainline railway stations at both Lockerbie (28 miles) and Carlisle (52 miles), with Dumfries providing services to Glasgow and Carlisle. The M74 can be reached along the A702, giving access to the motorway network across the UK.
Terraced garden to the rear with a stone retaining wall and predominantly laid to lawn on the upper level. There is a stone boundary wall to the rear abutting the public play park with a pedestrian gate providing direct access. There is post and wire fencing and timber fencing to the sides. A pedestrian gate provides access to a pathway connecting front and rear of the property. Plastic oil tank is housed in the garden.