Belmont house provides a beautifully situated colt bungalow in the grounds of Crawfordton House. The bungalow sits within the main gates (electronically controlled) and within its own private garden grounds extending to about 0.8 acres. Of timber framed construction …
Belmont house provides a beautifully situated colt bungalow in the grounds of Crawfordton House. The bungalow sits within the main gates (electronically controlled) and within its own private garden grounds extending to about 0.8 acres. Of timber framed construction with cedar clad exterior on a brick base, the property offers spacious accommodation on the one level ideal for a permanent home or additional home in a popular area. The property benefits from double glazing throughout, oil fired central heating, wood burning stove (living room) the generous reception space with doors opening to the large patio area provide perfect entertaining space for friends and family. With three double bedrooms, one of which en suite, the property offers generous yet flexible accommodation space. The attractive and sizeable gardens of Belmont House enhance the property beautifully with a range of mature shrubs and woodland planted in a way to enhance and maintain privacy within the plot and a vast open outlook to the front over Crawfordton House grounds.
Belmont House is set within beautiful garden grounds in a very generous plot extending to about 0.8 acres. From the entrance gates to Belmont and expansive tarmac driveway, parking and turning area present to the front of the property and garage. Continuing on, the grounds are predominantly laid to lawn with a large patio area to the side and rear of the property ideal for external dining. The mature trees and shrubs create a private feel to the plot yet not impacting upon its size and spacious appearance.
Large garage (5m x 2.7m) with adjoining log store and smaller garden shed of timber construction.
Attractive Hexagonal summer house.
Moniaive nestles in stunning countryside where the three glens of Craigdarroch, Dalwhat and Castlefairn meet. It is a bustling village with a long history and strong community spirit.
Located in the Cairn Valley 7 miles from Thornhill and 17 miles from Dumfries, with a bus route to both of these local centres, the village of Moniaive 0.5 miles away has a primary school, doctor’s surgery, post office and a popular village shop, two pubs and a very popular Italian restaurant. The village has a very active community and hosts a variety of community events throughout the year, including a Folk Festival, Bluegrass Festival and Moniaive Gala.
Thornhill 7 miles distant has a wider range of shops and services including Wallace Hall Academy secondary school. High street shops, larger supermarkets, Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary and university campus are available in Dumfries, the region’s capital.
The mainline railway stations in both Dumfries and Lockerbie provide good links to the north and south. Prestwick Airport, with its links to the rest of the UK and mainland Europe, is 47 miles distant. Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports are 74 miles respectively. The M74 motorway is accessible via the Dalveen Pass north of Thornhill to Abington, and connects the area to the wider UK motorway network or South from the towns of Lockerbie and Gretna.