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9 Doonhill Wood

Newton Stewart, Dumfries & Galloway, South West Scotland, DG8 6NU

Guide Price £325,000


  • **OFFER AGREED SUBJECT TO CONTRACT**

  • 9 Doonhill Wood is a modern spacious and light eco-friendly bungalow in a highly desirable location.

  • (Date of entry not before mid August)

  • 3 Reception Rooms. 2/3 Bedrooms.

  • Ground Source Heat Pump

  • Solar Panels provide green energy and reduced energy costs. Garage. Private Parking. Garden.

DESCRIPTION
9 Doonhill Wood is a modern spacious eco-friendly bungalow, filled with natural light, in a highly desirable location. The open plan Kitchen/Dining Area opens out through French Doors to the garden and patio behind. The original kitchen was replaced …

DESCRIPTION
9 Doonhill Wood is a modern spacious eco-friendly bungalow, filled with natural light, in a highly desirable location. The open plan Kitchen/Dining Area opens out through French Doors to the garden and patio behind. The original kitchen was replaced around five years ago, featuring stunning blue high gloss units with granite worktops, and a Rangemaster Toledo, which has a five ring gas hob. The Samsung American style fridge freezer will remain in situ. Full length corner gable windows allow light to steam in to the Sitting Room, whilst providing a garden view. The Master Bedroom opens to an en-suite shower room with electric underfloor heating.

Eco-friendly installations including a ground source heat pump and solar panels provide green energy and reduced energy costs. Underfloor heating and hot water are provided by a Nibe ground source heat pump, situated in the Garage. In addition a domestic ventilation system ensures that the temperature is consistent throughout the property with efficient air exchange. The solar panels on the roof are RHI registered and provide a quarterly income, which will continue for a further fourteen years, offsetting the cost of electricity. The unit charge increases annually in relation to inflation.
A Bio-digester, situated in the neighbouring Community Garden, provides a sewerage system for the whole cul-de-sac and residents contribute a small monthly fee to cover the maintenance of the biodigester the annual SEPA charge for testing the system.

This is very much a community spirited residential area, with both a Community Garden and Children’s Play Area opposite. Doonhill Wood Community Association meet periodically to discuss the garden, sewerage system and general maintenance of the cul-de-sac, and they work hard to keep the surrounding area neat and tidy.

SITUATION
9 Doonhill Wood is situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac on the edge of Newton Stewart, adjacent to a field and a just a short walk from Doonhill Wood. Local Amenities are within walking distance from the property - the Merrick Leisure Centre and Douglas Ewart High School are around 0.3 of a mile from 9 Doonhill Wood.

Newton Stewart is a market town in rural Wigtownshire, on the River Cree and known as the Gateway to the Galloway Hills. Newton Stewart offers a wide range of shops and offices, three primary schools, three supermarkets, health centre and a community cinema as well as the secondary school and leisure centre.

Wigtown, Scotland’s Book Town, which is approximately 7.8 miles from the property, holds an annual Book Festival and is home to many bookshops and cafes. The famous Bladnoch Distillery is located just outside the town.

ACCOMMODATION
Entrance Vestibule, Hall, Open plan Kitchen/Dining Area, Utility Room, W.C., Sitting Room, Master Bedroom En-suite, Bathroom, Bedroom 2, Bedroom3/Dining Room, Garage.

GARDEN
The garden is mainly laid to lawn, with a York stone pathway continuing around the property, forming a patio outside the French Doors. The rear garden has raised vegetable beds, a small area of hedge, gravel and a few mature shrubs and trees. The front garden has a large tarmac driveway with lawn to both sides and a rockery beside the disabled access ramp. A wooden garden shed (3.67m x 2.26m) and greenhouse are situated to the left of the property. The garden attracts a range of wildlife including small birds, and a red squirrel has been known to frequent the garden, stopping to briefly to feed at the feeding station provided.