£75,000 Guide Price
Realter welcome to the market this extended 2 Bedroom Detached Bungalow situated in the popular coastal village of Southerness. This is an ideal holiday home property with great holiday let potential- although there is no restriction on being a permanent home. The Bungalow has an open aspect with great views across to Criffel.
The accommodation consists of 2 Bedrooms, spacious Lounge with coal fire and French doors to garden, Dining Area, Kitchen and Shower room. There are gardens to front and rear. Double glazed throughout
Lounge (19' 8" x 9' 10" or 6.0m x 3.0m)
Enter through double glazed upvc front door in to spacious Lounge with open plan dining area. The bright and airy Lounge has double glazed window to the front with blind, curtain pole and curtains and French doors to the rear leading on to patio with curtain pole and curtains, cushioned vinyl flooring, TV point, 2 ceiling lights, loft access and focal coal fire with tiled hearth
Dining Area (10' 8" x 9' 2" or 3.25m x 2.80m)
The Dining area benefits from double glazed window to the front with blind, curtain pole and curtains, cushioned vinyl flooring, electric storage heater, BT point and ceiling light. The kitchen leads off the dining area to the front and the rear hall leading to bedrooms and shower room to the rear
Kitchen (7' 1" x 6' 5" or 2.15m x 1.95m)
The Kitchen has base units, gas cooker, fridge, stainless steel sink and drainer, taps, splash back wall tiling, cushioned vinyl flooring, ceiling light and double glazed window to the front with blind
The rear hallway has an electric storage heater, ceiling light, coat hooks, cushioned vinyl flooring and RCD unit and meter
Bedroom 1 (8' 6" x 7' 10" or 2.60m x 2.40m)
Double bedroom with ceiling light, wall light, cushioned vinyl flooring and double glazed window to the rear garden with blind, curtain rail and curtains
Bedroom 2 (11' 6" x 7' 9" or 3.50m x 2.35m)
Double bedroom with cushioned vinyl flooring, ceiling light and double glazed window to the rear with blind, curtain rail and curtains
Consists of a 3 piece suite of WC, wash hand basin with vanity unit and mirror above and shower cubicle with electric mira sport shower, partially tiled walls, ceiling light, cushioned vinyl flooring and double glazed window to the side
The Front garden has a low boarded fence and gate to the street. It is mainly laid to lawn with a paved path running along the front and down the gable side. The garden affords superb open views across to Criffel
There is a small side garden laid to lawn with a wooden shed at the rear and wooden fencing to adjoining neighbour
There is a small patio just outside the French doors where the private secluded sun-trap enjoys sunshine from late morning through to evening
The rear garden is mainly laid to Lawn with a few bushes, shrubs and trees and a high wooden fence to the rear
The Southerness beach of sand, rock, shells and shingle is extensively exposed at low tide, and the view endlessly changes with the tide, the light, the weather and the seasons. Many different resident and migratory birds can be seen through the large, picture windows.
The championship Southerness Golf Course is very close by.
To the west of Southerness, the sand of Preston Merse stretches for four miles, with wonderful views along the coast and spectacular sunsets. The RSPB Mersehead nature reserve lies at the other end.
On foot, about 1.5 miles east of the 18th century Southerness lighthouse lies Powillimount, a sheltered beach with coves which are part of the Arbigland estate. It is less than four miles by car and there is a car park.
Sandyhills beach lies seven miles by road to the west and from there one of the finest coastal paths in Britain leads via cliffs and coves to Castle Point and beach (scramble down). Beyond Castle Point are Rockcliffe (10 miles by road) and Kippford.
Threave Gardens, one of the National Trust for Scotland's top ten attractions, is 21 miles away, just beyond Castle Douglas with its specialist food shops, galleries and brewery.
Galloway's extensive forests also provide footpaths, mountain bike trails and play areas for children.
The area offers varied and rewarding walks, with the Southern Uplands and the Lowther Hills both within reach for a day's outing.
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