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Hazelfield Cottage

Auchencairn, Castle Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway, DG7 1RF

Offers Over £245,000


  • 1 reception room. 4 bedrooms

  • Detached family home

  • Large garden with countryside views

  • Garage and outbuildings

  • Off road parking

  • EPC = F

*****An offer is now under consideration for this property*****

DESCRIPTION

An attractive family cottage with a garage and outbuildings. The property benefits from two bedrooms being located to the ground floor along with a bathroom and separate shower room. The …

*****An offer is now under consideration for this property*****

DESCRIPTION

An attractive family cottage with a garage and outbuildings. The property benefits from two bedrooms being located to the ground floor along with a bathroom and separate shower room. The open plan living area provides living and dining space with an open fire and stairs to the first floor. The kitchen has adequate space for a breakfast table and leads to the garden. With the correct planning consents the attached garage and outbuildings could be adapted and form extended living accommodation.


SITUATION

Hazelfield Cottage is located almost equal distance from the villages of Auchencairn and Dundrennan. Auchencairn offers a primary school, Bowling Green, a shop with a Post Office and licenced café which does takeaway most nights, a day crèche, and a car garage. There is a bus route to the local towns direct from the centre of the village and school buses travel to the High Schools at Kirkcudbright and Dalbeattie. Balcary Bay Hotel is situated just 2 miles along the Shore Road from the village, and provides first class dining and accommodation in a stunning location. The village of Dundrennan appears to be a quiet village but also has a thriving local community and quite an extraordinary history. Dundrennan Abbey, dating from 1142, was the first of three Cistercian abbeys along the Scottish coast and was founded by Fergus. Lord of Galloway. The abbey‘s most famous visitor was Mary, Queen of Scots. On 16 May 1568, she boarded a boat at a bay, now called Port Mary, near Dundrennan. She was bound for the Cumberland coast and never returned to her native land.


ACCOMMODATION

Ground Floor: Front porch. Open plan living and dining area. Shower room. Bathroom. Kitchen. Two double bedrooms

First Floor: Two double bedrooms

Outbuildings: Garage, two store rooms.

GARDEN

To the front and side of the property is a gravel driveway and parking area. Beyond is an extensive garden predominantly laid to lawn with areas of flower beds and mature shrubs and trees.