£325,000 Guide Price
A fantastic family home set within a splendidly large plot featuring a huge detached workshop/garage. Old School House gives off an over-whelming feeling of countryside living whereas the property is actually minutes from many local amenities.
Arriving in the driveway, it is evident to see that there is plenty of room for many vehicles to park, perfect for when friends &family come to visit! Approaching the main entrance door its difficult not to be distracted from the stunning open-countryside views and generous plot that this family home enjoys.
Through the main entrance door you are stood in the entrance porch, ideal for asking visitors with muddy shoes to pop them off sticking them in the cloakroom/cupboard to the right. Straight ahead is the family room (one of three reception rooms). Featuring two large windows allowing light to bounce from all corners of the room and contemporary log burning stove sat upon a tastefully designed facing-brick back and hearth. Through the opening to the left is the very spacious kitchen, featuring a mixture of fitted base and wall units, double electric oven, above hob, overhead extractor, one and half bowl sink along with integrated appliances. There is a door to left again which leads to the internal garage/utility room which has water and electricity. The other door to the right leads through to the warm and cosy living room. The living room is nicely sized, featuring an open fireplace with a beautiful mahogany surround.
NB - ROOM SIZES ARE SHOWN AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE ALONG WITH HOME REPORT DETAILS.
Leaving the living room we have the rear hallway, which services doors to the dining room, additional hallway, door to rear gardens and features that wonderful character staircase. The small hallway on the right features a large cloakroom, downstairs w/c whilst also leading back through to the family room. The dining room straight in front features another open fire with surround and is a perfect size for hosting family and friends for those special occasions.
Standing on the upper landing on the first floor we have the master bedroom to the left which features a very large and recently upgraded en-suite (with double shower &bath units). The first room on the right hand side of this long hallway is bedroom three, a large double room enjoying views into the rear garden. Bedroom four is next on the right, another double with plenty storage space. Next we enter the family bathroom, a four piece suite consisting of double shower unit, bath, free standing basin and toilet. The last and final room at the end of this long hallway is bedroom two. The last of the bedrooms, easily identified as a large double room, featuring built in timber wardrobes.
Finishing outside, the rear garden is made up of a mixture of gravel,paving slabs and grass. There is a seating/patio area to the rear of the dining room with boundaries being identified by a mixture of hedging,stone wall and timber fencing.
To the front of the property the ever large driveway compliments the detached workshop/garage.
The workshop features a pit, mains electricity and water, double glazed windows, a small office and stairs leading to the above attic room(with four velux windows). This detached building could be used for various uses including workshop/garage, holiday cottage, family annex, detached residential property or many business uses.
TRANSPORT, SCHOOLS &AMENITIES
Options are available for schooling with the nearest ones being Amisfield Primary, Locharbriggs Primary &Heathhall Primary. The nearest local secondary schools are Dumfries High School &Dumfries Academy.
Close local amenities such as a post office, hair salons, village &community halls, Veterinary Centre, fuel station, local shops and food outlets. Dumfries town centre offers several major supermarkets, popular High Street shops, shopping centre, schooling, university campus, a range of bistros and medical facilities. The region is renowned for its outdoor pursuits, beaches, leisure facilities, social events, festivals and history, being the home of the great Scottish poet Robert Burns.
ROOM SIZES :
FAMILY ROOM : 5.5m x 3.7m
LIVING ROOM : 3.8m x 3.6m
DINING ROOM : 4.4m x 3.5m
KITCHEN: 5.8m x 5.0m
UTILITY ROOM/GARAGE : 5.3m x 3.1m
DOWNSTAIRS W/C : 1.0m x 1.9m
DOWNSTAIRS CLOAKROOM : 2.8m x 1.3m
MASTER BEDROOM : 4.5m x 3.5m
EN-SUITE : 3.1m x 3.0m
BEDROOM TWO : 4.0m x 3.1m
BEDROOM THREE : 4.4m x 3.6m
BEDROOM FOUR : 3.5m x 3.4m
FAMILY BATHROOM : 3.5m x 1.8m
HOME REPORT :
Home Report can be accessed via:
Reference : HP527025
Postcode : DG1 3LN
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