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|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|29 April 2016||£89,000||N/A|
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Enjoying the peace of a quiet residential area in the historic town of Langholm, this traditional three/four bedroom end terraced villa is well-presented throughout and benefiting from a flexible layout with large attic room.
To the rear lies a charming lawned garden with the property conveniently situated within walking distance of the town centre and all local amenities.
This invites a superb opportunity for first time buyers, professional couples and families to create a warm yet modern home to call their own.
The accommodation comprises; wide hallway laid with handsome wood flooring and handy storage in an under stairs cupboard.
The lounge is a bright and airy space with sash window to front aspect and neutral fitted carpet. The inviting decor offers an amiable space for relaxing with family.
Spanning the width of the property is the welcoming kitchen/dining room which also currently sets up a snug sitting area. The kitchen is supplemented by a range of modern cream base and wall units, contrasting worktop and tiling to splashback with space for a large Ranger cooker and fridge/freezer.
This in turn leads to the rear porch giving access to the garden and a guest cloakroom including handy utility space.
Continuing up the staircase to the first floor landing with built-in cupboard.
There are two well-presented double, one to the front and to rear with neutral carpeting. Both offer ample storage in fitted wardrobes.
The third bedroom is a large single overlooking the rear garden.
Contemporary family bathroom with beautifully tiled detail and fitted with bath with overhead mains fed shower, WC and wash hand basin.
The spacious attic room is highlighted by a bright Velux window featuring considerable built-in storage. This flexible space could easily be used a fourth bedroom, home office or studio.
The home is faced by a neat garden and on-street parking.
Completing the property is the sizeable fully enclosed rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a large patio section and stone built shed. Therein lies a private area ideal for an indulgent hot tub aside mature shrubs to enjoy the sunshine with family and friends.
The property benefits from double glazing and gas central heating.
A former textile town, Langholm was known as the 'Muckle Toon' for its growing population and bustling mills. Those days have since passed, and continued decline of traditional industries in Eskdale since the 1980s have meant that our population has decimated and the local economy has suffered.
The ancient Burgh of Langholm (1621) is a bonnie 17th century woollen mill town, nestling beneath the imposing Whita Hill on the banks of the River Esk.
Only a few miles over the Border, Langholm, the Muckle Toon is your first stop on the historic A7 route to Edinburgh a favourite of the Romans and invading English armies of yesteryear and perfect for your first taste of Scotland!
Langholm, with its rich history and stunning landscapes is ideal staycation country. You can take leisurely riverside and woodland walks or be more active, hiking or biking on the surrounding hills and the famous Langholm Moor with its unique wildlife.
Whether youre travelling north or south, having your first or last taste of Scotland, we guarantee you will receive a welcome like no other in Langholm, the Muckle Toon.
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