A deceptively spacious bungalow in desirable edge of village location benefiting from an elevated site with views over Galloway Hills and farmland. Boasting generous reception space combined with 3 bedrooms the accommodation offering provides flexible space ideal for a …
A deceptively spacious bungalow in desirable edge of village location benefiting from an elevated site with views over Galloway Hills and farmland. Boasting generous reception space combined with 3 bedrooms the accommodation offering provides flexible space ideal for a family residence or indeed to accommodate visiting family & friends. Fully double glazed and oil fired central heating contribute to the “homely” feel. The modern fitted kitchen benefits from integrated appliances including electric Hob with extractor over, Neff oven and Neff grill with space for dishwasher. The neighbouring utility room provides space for both washing machine and drier. The more recently added dining room with a large window to the front looking towards the Galloway Hills and patio doors to the rear accessing garden space and attractive circular feature window provides a beautiful bright room. Loft ladder provides access to a partially boarded loft with partitioned hobby room in the roof space. A type and style of property for which a continued demand exists.
An area for parking which leads to the garage and car port to side. The outside space has been created with ease of maintenance in mind, however not comprising on the attractive appearance. With a combination of paving and gravel pathways/landscaping enhanced by planted flower beds making up the garden space to the front and rear. The garden to the rear is predominantly bound by hedge which offers privacy to the rear. The property benefits from attractive countryside views to the side of the property and an area of decking provides the perfect opportunity for this to be enjoyed.
(7.6m x 3.6m)
Brick built semi-detached with adjoining car port. Electric roller door with single door access to the side.
St John’s Town of Dalry is a thriving village with community events and activities, and includes: a Parish church, garage, shop, post office, 2 hotels including the very highly regarded Clachan Inn and both primary and secondary schools. New Galloway is located about 3 miles away at the northern end of Loch Ken and provides; Kells primary school, The CatStrand Community and Arts centre, Glenkens Medical Practice, a hotel, tea-room and village shop.
A broader range of facilities can be found in Castle Douglas, which is known as Dumfries and Galloways Food Town and has many local individual shops and businesses providing a varied selection of gifts, foods and services. There are both primary and secondary schools in the town along with supermarkets, health services, veterinary services and a thriving livestock market and golf course.
Dumfries is the principal town in the area, and provides a wider range of schools, shops, retail outlets, and other services including the region’s main hospital, the Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary. Also in Dumfries there is the Crichton Campus providing further higher education courses.
The South West of Scotland is well known for its mild climate, attractive unspoilt countryside and the diversity of sporting and recreational pursuits, and is a popular tourist destination. There is good hill walking opportunities in the Southern Uplands as well as the nearby Galloway Hills, and cycling along some of the new designated cycle routes as well the Seven Stanes mountain bike routes, including Ae Forest and the Galloway Forest Park. The Galloway Forest Park which is known for its beauty and tranquillity, being the centre of the Galloway and Southern Ayrshire Biosphere and Britain’s First Dark Sky Park, which provides astronomers phenomenal views of the stars. Loch Ken is renowned for its water pursuits, water skiing, sailing, fishing and many others, and The Galloway Activity Centre (just a short distance away) offers a variety of learning courses.