Three double bedroom terraced town house with two reception rooms, family bathroom and separate toilet with gas central heating and double glazing throughout, situated in elevated position in a quiet cul de sac in a residential area within walking distance of the centre of the popular and vibrant town of Castle Douglas, with garden and park to the front. The property features a good size lounge and second reception room, fitted kitchen, family bathroom and separate toilet at entrance level with three double bedrooms on the lower ground floor. Ideally suited to first time buyers, young families, professionals and buy-to-let investors, this is a great starter home. Viewing is essential to appreciate all this property has to offer.
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The welcoming entrance vestibule opens onto the inner hallway with access to the ground floor accommodation and staircase down to the lower level. The family bathroom and separate toilet are to the front of the property. The kitchen and dining room have views to the rear of the property to the surrounding countryside. There is built-in storage in the dining room and the kitchen comprises a range of fitted base and wall units with single bowl sink and drainer and ample space for a range of white goods. There is access from the kitchen to the attic storage space. Two of the three bedrooms on the lower ground floor have built-in storage with two additional storage cupboards in the lower ground hallway.
Finishing off outside, the property benefits from a front garden with patio area. The boundary is denoted by timber fencing to one side and hedging to the other. Parking is available in the nearby shared residents’ car park.
Transport, schools & amenities
The nearest schools are Castle Douglas Primary and Castle Douglas High. A range of shops, schools, offices, doctors and dentists is available in Castle Douglas, the region’s "Food Town". A broader range of amenities, plus a university campus and a brand new, state- of-the-art, hospital are available in the regional capital of Dumfries, some 20 miles away. The South West of Scotland is well-known for its mild climate, attractive unspoilt countryside and the diversity of sporting and recreational pursuits. There are good hill walking opportunities in the nearby Galloway Hills and cycling along the newly-designated cycle routes, as well as the Seven Stanes mountain bike routes in the Galloway Forest Park. 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. Beautiful Loch Ken 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. The National Trust for Scotland has a wonderful garden and house at Threave Estate which provides training for a number of horticulture students each year and a modern Visitor Centre with an excellent café and shop. In addition, Kirkcudbright is the local "Artists' Town" with a number of galleries offering a range of exhibitions throughout the year. Communications within the area are very good. There is a mainline railway station in Dumfries and 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 about one hour’s drive to the North. Edinburgh and Glasgow airports can be reached in around two hours.
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