£79,000 Guide Price
" a place by the sea"
lodge has been reduced for a quick sale
Privately owned luxury pine clad timber holiday Lodge, situated in a sought after area of South west Scotland.
Vendors are open to offers and will consider a 4 wheel drive as part exchange.
42 Graplin Lodge, Brighouse Bay, Borgue is a luxury Pine clad timber lodge, with double glazing, central heating, insulated walls, floors and ceilings, patio doors leading onto large decked area that overlooks the 18 hole golf course and the Irish Sea. Pine ceilings and papered walls throughout.
Open plan Lounge/Kitchen/Dining Area 6.1m x 5.25m (20' x 17'3”)
Electric fire with pine fire surround, wall and ceiling lights.
Island style central cooker in the kitchen space, dishwasher and integrated fridge freezer, spotlights.
Hallway leads to:
Master Bedroom 3.05m x 2.82m (10' x 9'3”)
En-Suite Shower Room
Bedroom 2 3.26m x 2.44m (10'8” x 8')
Fitted cupboards and wardrobe.
Bedroom 3 3.26m x 2.44m (10'8” x 8')
Bunk beds, fitted wardrobe, views of the Isle of Man can be seen from this room on a clear day.
Timber Shed to the rear of the Lodge. 4.04m x 3.05m (10'x 8') Parking Spaces to side and rear of Lodge or space for a boat.
Balcony and decking Area around Lodge. Mature Gardens.
Brighouse Bay Holiday Park, one of Scotland's most popular destinations, is set in a quiet and picturesque peninsula on the Solway Coast. It is surrounded by 1200 acres of excellent walking countryside.
The Park boasts a wide range of facilities and pursuits including an indoor pool complex with Jacuzzi, Steam Room and Gym, free course fishing on site and sea fishing from a boat, shore and rocks. There is also a Bar, Bistro and Function Room and a Pony Trekking Centre. The park also has a well stocked Grocery Shop.
For the experienced golfer, Brighouse Bay offers the opportunity to play 18 holes of golf with outstanding views across the Irish Sea. There is, however, the option to play a 9 hole par 3 course or to use the driving range.
Brighouse Bay is situated some five miles from Kirkcudbright, a picturesque historic harbour town. It has been the home to distinguished artists, of whom E. A. Hornel, Jessie M. King and Charles Oppenheimer were the most prominent, with the opportunity to visit their works. Kirkcudbright also offers a great selection of quality restaurants and cafes as well as a range of shopping facilities.
Strictly by appointment only by contacting the selling agents' Castle Douglas Office, (01556) 502946.
The property benefits from full gas central heating. Mains electricity and water.
The energy efficiency rating of this property is Band – E.
Offers in Scottish Legal form should be lodged with the selling agents' Castle Douglas Office. Interested parties are strongly recommended to register their interest with the selling agents as a closing date may be fixed for offers.
Subject to negotiation.
Please note that the Chalet is privately owned and has not been used as a letting unit. Subject to separate negotiation the property can be sold fully furnished making it suitable for immediate entry.
A part exchange may be considered.
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