£62,000 Offers Around
30 Main Street, St John's Town of Dalry is traditional solid stone built end terraced ground and attic floor cottage with no private garden pertaining, situated in the attractive village of St John's Town of Dalry. The property was constructed approximately 140 years ago.
Located underneath the property is a cellar with stone floor, power and light (Internal floor area 19.0m2 and has a limited head height of approximately 1.7m).
A narrow area of ground situated to the front between the cottage frontage and public footpath on which is situated the steps leading up to the front door and down to the cellar.
There is also a shared concrete pedestrian pathway to the side and rear which steps lead up to the rear door. Note: The neighbouring properties have right of access over this pathway – for wheely bin access only.
30 Main Street is strapped and lath and plastered lined internally, painted externally. The roof is of sloping pitched design, timber framed, sarked and slate covered. The rear porch is of brick construction, plasterboard lined with plaster finish internally, rendered and painted externally. The roof is of mono pitched design, timber framed and slate covered. It has an internal floor area of 50m2.
INTERNAL viewing is recommended to appreciate the potential this property has to offer.
Steps leads up to a UPVC door with glazed panel and half glazed side panel to the side, this giving access to:
Central heating radiator, telephone point, ceiling light, stairs to upper floor.
Window to front, ceiling light, central heating radiator, T.V. aerial point, Multi-fuel stove with tiled hearth, carbon monoxide detector, wooden floor, smoke alarm, large understair cupboard.
Range of base and wall units, tiled splashbacks, worksurfaces, stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, Beko electric cooker, window to rear with deep sill, roller blind, smoke alarm, central heating radiator, four spotlight track unit, part carpet, part vinyl flooring, wall cupboard housing electric meter and consumer unit, Horstmann Timer Switch.
A step down to:
UPVC door, window to rear, two spotlight unit.
Returning to the Entrance Hall. Stairs leads to upper floor.
White W,C., wash-hand basin, walk-in shower cubicle with electric shower, Respetex walling, opaque window to rear, tiled effect vinyl flooring, ceiling light, wall mirror, central heating radiator, Dimplex wall heater, UPVC clad ceiling, vent.
Returning to the Hall:
Window to front, central heating radiator, part coombed, T.V. aerial point, hatch to attic, fitted cupboard with shelf and access to eaves, large double doored cupboard housing Stelflow Unvented Hot Water cylinder with dual electric immersion heater.
St John's Town of Dalry is situated amidst some of Galloway's most appealing scenery and benefits from Primary and Secondary Schools, shopping facilities, church and two hotels. The access to the hills is enhanced by the Southern Upland Way which passes through the village of St John's Town of Dalry. The main country market town of Castle Douglas lies 19 miles distant and the regional town of Dumfries is approximately 30 miles distant.
This area of Southwest Scotland is well known for its unspoilt countryside and diverse landscape. The outdoor and sporting enthusiast is extremely well catered for and there exists the ability to take shooting locally, with fishing readily available on the Rivers Dee, Nith, Annan and Border Esk. Given the diverse landscape, the outdoor enthusiast is afforded the opportunity of wonderful walks, sailing, cycling, (The 7 Stanes Cycle Route), and for the golfer there are an abundance of good local courses. The nearby Loch Ken with its sailing centre provides endless opportunities for water sports and there is a water skiing centre on the Eastern side of the Loch. The property is situated in an area which has a thriving cultural and art and craft scene, with the area having world heritage status for its 'Dark Skies'.
By contacting the Hewats Property team on 01556 502946.
COUNCIL TAX BAND
Currently Band A.
Mains electricity, water and drainage.
Electric central heating and full double glazing.
A Home Report has been prepared for this property and can be obtained by contacting One Survey on 0141 338 6222 or by logging onto www.onesurvey.org.
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.
LIVING ROOM 3.81m x 3.35m
KITCHEN/DINER 4.35m x 2.44m
REAR HALL 1.96m x 1.71m
SHOWER ROOM 1.92m x 1.56m
BEDROOM 3.78m x 3.39m
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