Corsock, Castle Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway, DG7 3DN

Offers Over £275,000

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  • 3 reception rooms. 3 bedrooms
  • Extensive gardens with ponds
  • Outstanding views over the country side
  • Edge of village location
  • About 0.74acres of land
  • Outbuildings, workshop and Polly tunnels

DESCRIPTION Kylelea is a three bedroom, detached bungalow with a twist. Kylelea is situated within an extensive plot measuring 0.74acres. The property was developed in the 1970’s. It has the tell-tale signs of being a house for entertaining, with ample living space and natural flow from the kitchen to the dining and living areas and direct access to the gardens. The home has three bedrooms with the principle bedroom having an en-suite shower room. Externally there is a workshop and various potting sheds benefiting from electricity supply, as well as poly tunnels which offer the perfect opportunity to start growing your own vegetables and flowers alike. With the extensive lawns and well established ponds the garden is ideally suited for someone with green fingers looking to make their own stamp on this expansive space. And now for the twist! Some bungalows of this nature sometimes offer a basement for storage and to an extent this property is not much different. However, the previous owner tasked himself with a challenge and created his very own indoor, fully heated swimming pool! The design of the pool was very carefully thought out and offers everything required such as a plant room and shower area. The pool is fully operational and has all relevant building warrants etc. Presently the pool has been drained, and is sold as seen. With the correct consents this space could be adapted to become a home gym, office, cinema, the possibilities go on. SITUATION Kylelea is situated to the edge of the village of Corsock, and only 6 miles from the village of Crocketford, which has a popular village shop and village pub, the Galloway Arms. Crocketford sits on the main A75 trunk road leading east to Dumfries and west to Castle Douglas. There are a good range of individual shops and services in Castle Douglas, known as the region’s Food Town, and a broader range of high street shops, larger supermarkets, retail parks, large hospital and university campuses in Dumfries. There is primary schooling in the nearby village of Springholm and secondary schooling in the town of Castle Douglas.The South West of Scotland is well known for its mild climate, attractive unspoilt countryside and the diversity of sporting and recreational pursuits. There is good hill walking in the nearby Galloway Hills and cycling along some of the designated cycle routes, as well the Seven Stanes forest mountain bike trails. The nearest of these is Dalbeattie Forest with its extensive network of specialist cycle paths, bridal ways and footpaths. There are varied sporting opportunities such as shooting and stalking, as well as trout and salmon fishing on the regions numerous lochs and rivers. For golf enthusiasts there is the championship course at Southerness, and several other courses nearby, including the 9 hole courses at Castle Douglas, Dalbeattie, and New Galloway. Kylelea sits just a short distance from the Galloway Forest Park, which is home to the Dark Skies Park, the first such designated outside of the USA. Spectacular night skies are visible both in the locality and in the Park. A short distance away lies Loch Ken, which has a popular sailing centre with a number of water sports and activities available. The Solway coast is also popular with sailors, with both Kippford and Kirkcudbright having safe moorings. Communications to the area are very good. There is a main line railway station in Dumfries and also Lockerbie providing excellent links to both the north and south. The M74 motorway network can be reached in about an hour and there are regular flights to other parts of the UK, Ireland and Continental Europe from Prestwick Airport which is a 50 mile drive to the North. International airports at Edinburgh 112 miles and Glasgow 98 miles distant. GARDEN Sweeping gravel driveway with parking areas which leads on to extensive and well maintained lawns with mature shrubbery, trees and flower borders. Complete with garage, workshop and poly tunnels. There is also a working miniature replica water mill, which adds a lovely talking point.