£325,000 Guide Price
Realter welcome to the market Rowanglen and Rowanglen Cottage. A well established coachhouse/stables conversion these adjoining properties form an extremely well maintained and beautifully presented family home with a cottage lending itself to a multitude of uses-Granny Annexe, Holiday Let or Long term let. Lying within the peaceful Village of Kirkgunzeon with terrific rural aspect and easy accessibility to Dumfries and Dalbeattie, viewing is highly recommended.
Kirkgunzeon has a Primary School closeby; regular bus service between
Dalbeattie and Dumfries; most small Town facilities and Secondary School in Dalbeattie
3 Bedroom Cottage with Lounge, Sitting room, Kitchen/Diner, family bathroom and Carport
Enter through double glazed front door with glazed side panels in to vestibule with tiled flooring and internal wooden glazed door with glazed panels leading to hallway
The hallway splits in to 2 parts- the first leading past the Lounge on the left, past the kitchen and on to the bathroom with real wood flooring, radiator, ceiling light, dado rail and 2 sets of double cupboards and the 2nd hallway leading to the 3 bedrooms with 3 spot lights and loft access
Lounge (17' 5" x 16' 11" or 5.30m x 5.15m)
The really spacious Lounge floods with light from the double glazed windows to front side and rear and has a focal multi fuel stove on a tiled hearth with wood surround. In addition there is real wood flooring, 2 radiator low level panels, 5 spot lights, coving, TV point, 2 wall lights and dimmer switch.
Kitchen/Diner (14' 9" x 13' 11" or 4.50m x 4.25m)
The modern fitted kitchen/Diner has wall and base units with plentiful work surfaces, 5 ring gas hob with extractor chimney above and electric oven below, stainless steel sink with mixer tap, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, gas combi boiler, 6 spot lights, BT point, ceramic tiled flooring, loft access, double glazed window with curtain pole overlooking rear garden and fields, radiator, space for dining table and chairs, glazed hatch through to Sitting room and fully glazed door into rear hall
The rear hallway has ceramic tiled flooring, ceiling light and double glazed door to garden
Sitting room (17' 5" x 10' 2" or 5.30m x 3.10m)
The sitting room benefits from double glazed windows to rear and side and French doors leading out on to the patio and rear garden. There is parquet flooring, 5 wall lights, TV point and a radiator
The family bathroom consists of a 4 piece suite of WC, wash hand basin, bath and shower cubicle with thermo static shower. In addition there is ceramic tiled flooring, ceiling light, radiator, partial wall tiling, mirrors, cabinet, extractor fan and double glazed window
Double Bedroom 1 (14' 1" x 11' 8" or 4.30m x 3.55m)
Double bedroom with laminate flooring, radiator, ceiling light, coving, built in wardrobes with hanging rail and shelves and double glazed windows to the front and rear with roller blind and curtain pole
Double Bedroom 2 (11' 8" x 10' 10" or 3.55m x 3.30m)
Double bedroom with real wood flooring, radiator, ceiling light, built in wardrobes with hanging rail and shelves and double glazed window to the front with roller blind and curtain rail
Double Bedroom 3 (11' 11" x 11' 8" or 3.64m x 3.55m)
Double bedroom with real wood flooring, built in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelf, radiator, ceiling light and double glazed bay window to the side with curtain rail
Between Rowan Glen and the cottage is a car parking area with lighting with block paving to the rear and wooden trellis fence and gate leading through to rear garden
To the gable end of Rowan Glen is a block paved driveway affording plentiful additional parking with wrought iron gates and outside lighting. Running along side the driveway is a stone dyke wall with a mixture of shrubs, bushes and trees
To the rear of Rowanglen is a private and secluded garden mainly laid to lawn with a paved path running along the rear of the property and a combination of bushes and trees. The stone dyke wall forms the outer boundary with open fields and countryside beyond. By the Sitting room the garden opens up to form a block paved patio with 2 green houses and the gas tank hidden by trellis fencing and a variety of attractive bushes
Nestled between Rowan Glen and the cottage is an extremely attractive and decorative circular patio with chipping around forming an ideal seating area to catch the afternoon and evening sun
RowanGGlen Cottage has 2 bedrooms, Kitchen, bathroom and Lounge. It can serve a variety of purposes- Granny apartment, Letting cottage or Holiday Let cottage
Enter through wooden glazed door into vestibule with fitted carpet, ceiling light, internal glazed door to hallway and door through to utility area
The utility area has plumbing for a washing machine, shelves, fitted carpet, ceiling light and window to rear with extractor fan
The hallway has kitchen on the right then the 2 bedrooms to the front, bathroom to the rear and Lounge at the end. There is a fitted carpet, electric storage heater, ceiling light, smoke alarm, cupboard housing the hot water tank and double glazed window to the rear with blinds
Cottage Kitchen (10' 8" x 5' 3" or 3.25m x 1.60m)
The kitchen has wall and base units with worktops, electric cooker, fridge, stainless steel sink and drainer, electric storage heater, cushioned vinyl flooring, ceiling light, heat detector, extractor fan and triple glazed window to the side with roller blind
Cottage Double Bedroom 1 (10' 10" x 10' 8" or 3.30m x 3.24m)
Double bedroom with fitted carpet, electric heater, ceiling light, BT point, and triple glazed window to front with blinds, curtain pole and curtains
Cottage Double Bedroom 2 (10' 8" x 7' 4" or 3.24m x 2.24m)
Double bedroom with fitted carpet, ceiling light, electric heater and triple glazed window to the front with blinds, curtain pole and curtains
Consists of a 3 piece suite of WC, wash hand basin and bath with overhead electric shower and shower curtain, cushioned vinyl flooring, ceiling light, electric storage heater, mirror, shelving, extractor fan and triple glazed window with roller blind
Cottage Lounge (15' 5" x 14' 5" or 4.70m x 4.40m)
The good sized Lounge has a focal electric stove with wood surround, fitted carpet, electric storage heater, TV point, 2 wall lights, ceiling light, coving, triple glazed window to front with blinds, curtain pole and curtains and double glazed Patio doors to rear with blinds
There is a block paved patio outside the Lounge, lawn garden shed, flower beds, trees and bushes and outside light
The outbuilding providing storage space or workshop has lighting and power
The pretty village of Kirkgunzeon stands on a loop of minor road to the north of the A711 from Dumfries to Dalbeattie As a result it is only visited by those who actually want to come here, something which helps preserve the rural tranquility which adds so much to its attraction. The name of the village is unusual, sounding more Cornish than Scottish. The "kirk" element is common enough, denoting that the village took its name from an early church that stood here. The rest of the name seems to come from Guinneain a Gaelic variant of the name "Finnian" or "Finian". While the origins of the apparently unusual name of the village turn out to be straightforward enough, the name of the stream that flows through it is more obscure. Kirkgunzeon Lane begins in Lochaber Loch, on the edge of Mabie Forest some four miles north east of the village. Having passed Kirkgunzeon it flows south west past Dalbeattie before becoming a tributary of the Urr Water. "marshy meadow" or, by extension, a stream draining one. The charming stone bridge over Kirkgunzeon Lane was built in the early 1800s and stands at the heart of the village. On one side the main through road climbs up through the east end of Kirkgunzeon en route to the Maxwell Memorial Hall, built in 1906, and the war memorial. Other minor roads run in both directions along the east side of the stream.
To the west of the stream there is a green interlude before you come to the parish church, built in 1790, presumably on the site of the earlier church dedicated to St Finian. The churchyard is dominated by the tall red sandstone memorial to Robert McWhire. The inscription says he was a merchant in Halifax, Yorkshire who died in Dumfries on 4 November 1831. It is unclear what connection Robert McWhire had with Kirkgunzeon.
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