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IMPRESSIVE 3 BEDROOM HOUSE Situated in the delightful conservation village of Barr.
With its origins dating from circa 1800's this is an impressive middle terrace house which is presented for sale in good heart and in excellent decorative order throughout. From its central location in the village the house enjoys an attractive outlook across Stinchar Road and towards the Water of Gregg. The village is in wonderful upland surroundings on the edge of the Southern Uplands.
The interior is spacious and provides a good balance of accommodation over ground and upper floors. The accommodation provided comprises: Entrance Vestibule; Living Room; Dining Room; Dining Kitchen; Bathroom; 3 Double Bedrooms; En Suite Shower Room and Outhouse.
Windows, in keeping with the origins of the house are in PVC sash casements and double glazed. Central heating is by way of oil.
There is a really good size garden at the back of the house. The garden is level and is enclosed by wall and timber paling fence. Mainly in lawn the garden is a great space from where a view can be enjoyed west towards the hills surrounding the village.
EER: Band D(58)
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