£335,000 Offers Over
“HISTORICAL HOME” .....
'A' Listed building, formerly the stable block for the Terregles Estate. This spacious and well-appointed family home is nestled within the unique courtyard setting and with generous garden grounds and beautiful far reaching views.
The Pend, Terregles, Dumfries comprises of approximately one quarter of the 'A' listed former stable block within the former Terregles Estate. The property was converted in the late 1990's to form four dwellinghouses, whilst the exterior of the building retains its original charm and opulence of the bygone era.
During the conversion the location of The Pend meant it was designed to offer the biggest square footage and versatile accommodation within a Courtyard setting.
An additional benefit to The Pend is the generous garden grounds to the rear, separate driveway and Double garage to accommodate several vehicles.
The garden is easily maintained and is laid to lawn with a variety of planted flower beds and a rockery pond area. There is a paved patio area offers and ideal outdoor space to sit, relax and enjoy the outstanding views out over the adjoining countryside and towards Dumfries in the distance.
The outer walls of The Pend is of dressed sandstone, or whinstone pointed with sandstone features and has and internal floor area of 283m2.
All fitted carpets and floor coverings are included in the sale.
INTERNAL viewing is strongly recommended for this property to appreciate the accommodation and its location.
Steps to timber and glazed front door with side panel leading to:
Timber and glazed door and side panel leading to central Hallway, cupboard with hanging rail and shelved storage space ideal for outdoor clothes and shoes.
L-shaped hallway leading to all ground floor accommodation. Laminate flooring. Under stair cupboard.
Fully fitted floor and wall units with central island breakfast bar. Oil Fired Aga with double hot plate. Integrated Hob/Oven with overhead extractor and dishwasher. Fitted microwave oven. Sink with drainage board. Marble worktop. Arched floor to ceiling double window fitted with blinds that faces into central courtyard. Spotlights. Tiled flooring. Glazed double doors opening to:
Windows looking out to rear garden and countryside beyond. Tiled flooring. Door opening to rear, paved area. Storage cupboard with swing doors housing washing machine.
LIVING ROOM/OFFICE SPACE
A feature of the room is the arched windows fitted with blinds, curtain track and curtains which allows the natural light to flood in. Vertical wall mounted feature radiator. 'Clearview' Wood burning stove with hearth. Double doors opening to rear garden. Fitted desk and storage units with laminate wooden worktop allowing the room to double up as both living and office space. Alcove storage. Spotlights.
WC. wash hand basin. Tiled flooring. Hatch to access loft space.
A taste of opulence is given by way of the full heighted ceilings with decorative cornicing and picture rail. The sash and case window to the side of the property allows for natural light. Laminate wood flooring. Radiator cover providing additional shelved storage space and storage cupboard. Door opening to rear garden.
In the by gone era this room would have been the formal drawing room, it is a stunning room with double aspect floor to ceiling sash and case styled windows dressed with blinds, Featured ornate marble fireplace with Calor Gas fire. Alcoved book shelves with storage cupboards below.
Bright and airy with coombed ceiling with large Velux and sash and case style window overlooking rear garden, fitted luxury carpet.
Door to access extensive roof storage space above the Kitchen.
Double room with window with deep sill overlooking rear garden and countryside beyond. Velux fitted with electric switch controlled external shutter. Newly carpeted. Recessed spotlights. Door opening to storage cupboard with both hanging rail and shelved storage space.
Impressive sized fully tiled room with freestanding “roll top” bath with detachable shower head, WC, bidet and wash hand basin, wall mirror and shaver point. Stainless steel heated towel rail. Recessed spotlights. Velux window. Tiled floor.
Lovely room with large Velux window fitted with electric switch controlled external shutter. Newly carpeted. Shelved storage cupboard. Recessed spotlights. Hatch to access roof space.
A touch of class and luxury. This room gives meaning to what a Master Suite should entail, from its Dressing Room which is fully fitted with a combination of three double wardrobes, two sets of chest of drawers. The modern En-Suite comes with a monochrome design from it's black tiled floor, white painted walls, double walk-in shower glass enclosure with two showers heads, vanity shelf unit housing the wash-hand basin with mirror above, W.C., heated towel rail, extractor fan, recessed spotlights.
Terregles is an attractive settlement just 2 miles West from Dumfries. Dumfries is a thriving town and provides a wide range of shops including national high street shops, retail parks and large supermarkets. There is a large hospital with numerous departments, outpatient clinics and an A&E. A new state of the art hospital is currently under construction on the western edge of town. The Crichton Campus is home to the southern campuses of both Glasgow University and The University of the West of Scotland. Communications are good with the A75 giving access to Carlisle in the east and to Stranraer in the west. There is a main line railway station with connections to Carlisle, Newcastle and Glasgow. The M74 motorway can be easily accessed either from Moffat or Lockerbie providing excellent links North and South. International and domestic flights are available from Glasgow and Edinburgh airports, 76 and 78 miles distant respectively.
The area is also known for its outdoor pursuits with both fishing and shooting available locally. The River Nith is close by and is well known as a Salmon and Sea Trout river. In addition to this, Dumfries and the surrounding area offers numerous 18-hole golf courses, including the Championship course at Southerness (about 16 miles distant). Tennis and squash courts and extensive hill walking are available throughout the area. Equestrian pursuits are popular in the region, with several schools and livery facilities throughout. For nature lovers, there is the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust at Caerlaverock near Dumfries, as well as an abundance of countryside and walks where many native species can be seen. Mountain biking is well catered for in the region's Seven Stanes forest ranges, and these forests also have designated walks for all abilities.
Dumfries is also the home of Queen of the South Football club, who play in the Scottish Championship. They also have a range of community based events in the area with children's teams from Under 12 and a local woman's team. They run two local sports centres which provide pitch hire for the football enthusiasts.
Mains water and electricity. Septic tank drainage.
Oil fired central heating and ray burn/calor gas for family room fire. Hardwood double glazed sash and case styled windows.
The energy efficiency rating of this property is Band: d.
By contacting the selling agents' Castle Douglas Office, (01556) 502946 – Option 3
COUNCIL TAX BANDING
Currently Band f.
Travelling East (towards Dumfries) on the A75 from the roundabout at Lochfoot. Continue on the A75 to the roundabout at Kilnford Centre/New Hospital. Take the 1st Exit. At the next roundabout take the second exit signposted 'Town centre' then take first left turn up Maxwelltown Station Road. Continue to the end of this road and turn left on to Terregles Road. Continue along this road for approximately 2 miles. Upon entering the village, there is a cross roads, turn right. Shortly on the right there is a turning on the right signposted 'Terregles Park', follow this road through the archway, The Pend is situated in the far-right corner of the courtyard.
Subject to negotiation.
A Home Report has been prepared for this property and can be obtained by contacting Selling agents on (01556) 502946 – Option 3
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
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