£205,000 Offers Around
Riverside, 7 Netherhall Place, Bridge of Dee is a spacious detached dwellinghouse, with off-road parking and mature garden grounds. The property occupies and end plot within a quiet cul-de-sac in the popular Galloway village of Bridge of Dee approximately three miles west of the market town of Castle Douglas.
The property has good sized accommodation with the additional bonus of the double garage which is ripe for conversion to enhance the accommodation even further with the appropriate consents being granted. The current owners have carried out a good part of the work already.
A large wooden gate gives access to gravel driveway that leads to the front of the property offering off-road parking for several cars. There is also mature trees and shrubs. Three steps leads up to the front door.
A further wooden gate to the side gives access to a paved patio area, ideal for sitting out and making the most of those summer evenings. Steps leads up to an area of lawn with mature trees and shrubs.
There is an area of gravel to the rear where the property enjoys an open rural outlook.
A narrow pathway is situated to the right hand side between the garage and adjacent property.
The garden is bounded by drystone wall and concrete block walls. Wooden dog Kennel. Outside light. Outside water tap.
Riverside is of approximately 12 years old with a subsequent double garage extension. The houses main walls are of load bearing timber frame construction, plasterboard lined with plaster finish internally, Snowcem rendered concrete block clad externally above a facing brick base course. It has an internal floor area of 128m2. All fitted carpets and floor coverings are included in the sale.
The attached double garage with power and light (40m2 internal area approx) It is of rendered cavity concrete block construction with pitched, timber framed, plywood, felted, battened and concrete tiled covered roof.
INTERNAL viewing is strongly recommended to appreciate what this property has currently to offer and what can be done to extend and enhance the size of the property.
Wooden front door with glazed panel gives access to:
Fitted carpet, new modern electric panel heater, window to front, two spotlights, understair cupboard with coat hooks and light, central heating thermostat, stairs to upper floor.
Spacious and well designed, window to front overlooking drive, fitted carpet, new modern electric panel heater, telephone point, T.V. aerial point, wall light, electric stone effect fire with black marble inlay and hearth and wooden surround.
Double sized room with window to front, fitted carpet, electric panel heater.
Modern and contemporary room which is fully tiled with opaque window to side, bath with shower over and shower screen, wash-hand basin with mixer tap, W.C., heated and demist wall mirror with light, wall cupboard, ceiling light, heated tall chrome radiator, underfloor heating.
Range of modern base and wall units with tiled splashbacks, ample worksurfaces, 1½ sink and drainer, integrated dishwasher, space for fridge/freezer, window to rear overlooking farmland and to the hills beyond, six spotlight track unit, Hotpoint infra red hob with extractor above, Zanussi double oven, tiled effect floor.
French doors leading to outside, fitted carpet, electric panel heater.
stainless steel sink and drainer, range of storage cupboards and cupboard housing hot water tank with shelf above, telephone point, plumbed for automatic washing machine, vented for tumble dryer, window to rear, tiled effect floor, door to outside.
Returning to the Hall, carpeted stairs leads to:
Fitted carpet, storage cupboards, velux window, hatch to attic, smoke alarm, spotlight.
Spacious and beautifully decorated room with fitted carpet and two velux windows with blackout blinds, one to front and one to rear which allows the natural light to flood in.
Equally spacious double room with fitted carpet and two velux windows with fitted blackout blinds, one to front and one to rear, access to eaves.
Bridge of Dee is an attractive and traditional Galloway village situated close to the A75 trunk route some three miles west of the market town of Castle Douglas, also known as Scotland's Food Town, it has many individual shops and businesses providing a varied selection of gifts, foods and services. There are both primary and secondary schools in the town along with supermarkets, health services, veterinary services and a thriving livestock market, and golf course. Dumfries which is approximately 30 minutes by car is the principal town in the area, and provides a wider range of schools, shops, retail outlets, and other services including a larger hospital, the Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary. Also in Dumfries is the Crichton Campus providing further, and higher education courses, as well as the multi-million pound sports and leisure complex DG One offering a variety of events including, theatre cultural events, concerts, conferences and concerts.
The South West of Scotland is well known for its mild climate, attractive unspoilt countryside and the diversity of sporting and recreational pursuits, and is a popular tourist destination. There is good hill walking in the nearby Galloway Hills and cycling along some of the new designated routes as well as the Seven Stanes mountain bike routes, including Dalbeattie Forest and the Galloway Forest Park. The Galloway Forest Park which is known for its beauty and tranquillity and is also recognised as Britain's First Dark Sky Park, which provides astronomers phenomenal views of the stars.
There are sporting opportunities such as shooting and stalking, as well as trout and salmon fishing on the regions numerous lochs and rivers. Loch Ken about 0.5 miles away provides superb sailing and water based activities such as kayaking, canoeing etc at the Galloway Activity Centre.
For golf enthusiasts there is the nearby Championship course at Southerness, 26 miles away, and there are several other courses nearby. The Solway Coast is popular with sailors and Kippford and Kirkcudbright have safe moorings. In addition Kirkcudbright is the local Artists town with a number of galleries offering a range of art exhibitions throughout the year, individual shops, and in the summer months the Kirkcudbright Summer Festivities are held.
Communications to the area are very good. There is a main railway station in Dumfries and also Lockerbie providing excellent links to both the north and south. The M74 motorway network is 45 miles distant, and there are regular flights to other parts of the UK, Ireland and Continental Europe from Prestwick Airport which is about one hours drive to the north. Edinburgh and Glasgow can be reached in approximately two hours.
By contacting the Hewats Property team on 01556 502946.
COUNCIL TAX BAND
Currently Band E.
Mains water, electricity, Septic tank drainage.
Electric central heating. full double glazing.
A Home Report has been prepared for this property and can be obtained by contacting the Selling Agents on 01556 502946.
The energy efficiency rating of this property is Band – D.
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.
•LOUNGE 4.73m x 4.65m
•BEDROOM 1 3.08m x 2.94m
•FAMILY BATHROOM 3.10m x 1.99m
•KITCHEN 4.83m x 3.04m
•DINING ROOM 3.18m x 2.9m
•UTILITY 2.28m x 2.10m
•MASTER BEDROOM 5.7m x 4.3m
•BEDROOM 3 5.7m x 4.3m
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