** OFFER AGREED SUBJECT TO CONTRACT **
Drumgill presents a beautiful detached family home in popular edge of town location. Offering bright spacious accommodation space which extends to about 250 sqm, the property presents a fine balance of entertaining/reception space …
** OFFER AGREED SUBJECT TO CONTRACT **
Drumgill presents a beautiful detached family home in popular edge of town location. Offering bright spacious accommodation space which extends to about 250 sqm, the property presents a fine balance of entertaining/reception space together with 4 bedrooms, all of which benefit from fitted wardrobes, over the 2 floors. Occupying a beautiful elevated site the property enjoys stunning far reaching views over Gatehouse of Fleet and the countryside beyond. With oil central heating and double glazing throughout the property enjoys a cosy feel. Large windows to the east allow for the far reaching views to be appreciated from within the property. An elevated but spacious site further enhances the appeal of Drumgill with a large garden to the front and rear of the property, extensive parking/turning area leading to the entrance and providing access directly to the garage. To the rear, beautifully landscaped gardens and tasteful planting compliment the space. The large adjoining garage provides a vast space for up to 2 cars and ample storage space, double doors exit to the rear garden with a side door providing direct access to the house. Drumgill although now in need of some modernisation, provides a highly appealing property in a much sought after area of the popular town of Gatehouse of Fleet.
Ground Floor: Entrance porch. WC. Staircase Hall. Living Room. Sun Room. Garden Room/Greenhouse. Dining/Study. Master Bedroom en suite. Open porch. Vestibule. Coal Store. Kitchen/Dining. Utility Room.
First Floor: Bedroom. Bathroom. Airing Cupboard. Two further bedrooms.
(7m x 6.7m)
Accessed from vestibule in property with electric roller door to front and double doors to rear.
Beautifully landscaped garden grounds creating a wonderful space to relax and enjoy. Upon entering, there is an extensive area of parking with area of lawn to each side. On the eastern aspect of the property the grounds are predominantly laid to lawn with planted flower beds and a range of mature shrubs and trees – creating a beautifully private space yet opening to enjoy the far reaching views. A raised patio area extends along the property providing the perfect location for ‘al fresco’ dining. Drumgill has a generous, secluded sunny garden.
Gatehouse of Fleet lies within the Fleet Valley National Scenic Area and is surrounded by ancient woods and hills. The northern coastline of the Solway Firth is renowned for its mild climate beneficial to the many botanic gardens in the area and picturesque beaches within close proximity to Gatehouse at Sandgreen and Mossyard.
Gatehouse is seen as a popular tourist destination but there is a keen sense of community within the town with a cricket club, football club, bowling club, tennis club and nine hole golf course not for the faint hearted. There is sailing and sea angling on the Solway as well as other water sports, the area’s rivers and lochs provide good opportunities for salmon, sea trout and trout fishing.
The town also hosts an annual Summer Gala and Midsummer Music festival. Locally Wigtown book festival has been running for over 15 years and won numerous awards.
Gatehouse provides a primary school, doctor’s surgery, community centre, hotels and pubs as well as local amenities with a post office, chemist, coffee shops and two small supermarkets. A wider range of services can be found in the surrounding towns of Kirkcudbright also known as Scotland’s Artist Town, with its blue flag marina, Castle Douglas and Newton Stewart. The regional capital of Dumfries offers a major hospital, leisure complex, a range of high street shops, retail parks and large supermarkets.
Gatehouse of Fleet is also famous for its varied wildlife, with the Galloway Red Kite Trail is in close proximity set in lovely scenery and a great attraction for walkers and cyclists. The nearby Galloway Forest Park spans 777 km2 of forested glens, lochs with an outstanding variety of wildlife, including red squirrels, fallow deer and a variety of birds of prey. The forest park was the first in the UK to be awarded with “Dark Sky Park status” in 2009 by the International Dark Sky Association.
There are good communications to the area with regular flights to London and mainland Europe from Prestwick Airport 65 miles north, and Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports, 113 and 116 miles respectively. There is a mainline Railway Station in Dumfries and the M74 Motorway network is 55 miles to the east.