£85,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|9 April 2009||£86,050||N/A|
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A three bedroom maisonette, perfectly situated within easy walking distance to town over the 'old bridge' or 'suspension bridge', providing access to various amenities. Church Street is on the fringe of Maxwelltown, adjacent to the 'Deer Park' and enjoys lovely views over the town itself and River Nith.
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The accommodation comprises three well-sized bedrooms, one of which the lower floor is currently being used as a second reception room. The kitchen is located to the rear and enjoys beautiful views over Dumfries Town Centre. The kitchen is made up of a mixture of fitted base &wall units, sink unit, free-standing cooker with extractor, ample room for various whitegoods and is home the 'Worcester' combi-boiler. The living room/diner is situated just off the kitchen which is well sized and features a blocked off fireplace.
The largest bedroom of the three (currently utilised as a second reception room) is located to the front and is nicely sized, proportioned and modernly decorated. On the first floor are both further bedrooms and the recently upgraded family bathroom which consists of a bath with overhead shower unit, circular basin with below vanity unit, toilet, airing cupboard and complete with a modern wall panel finish.
Finishing outside, there is a rear garden which is communal along with all internal &external passageways.
TRANSPORT, SCHOOLS &AMENITIES
The nearest primary school is Troqueer &Laurieknowe Primary Schools, which are held in excellent local regard as are the nearest secondary schools, Dumfries Academy and St Joseph's College, both within easy walking distance.
Dumfries town centre is attractive and reached within a 5-minute stroll and offers a combination of good shopping facilities and historic buildings.
The town is also the home of a substantial college and university campus located within beautiful grounds overlooking the town and has three golf courses.
A regular local bus servicing the town centre stops in the immediate vicinity, and for further afield Dumfries train station provides regular links to Glasgow and all points south, as does the bus station situated on the Whitesands by the river. There are regular and quick train connections to Edinburgh from the small town of Lockerbie, just a few miles away, and which has a regular bus service with Dumfries.
The M6 and M74 road networks are accessible nearby at Moffat, Gretna and Lockerbie.
The surrounding area offers glorious countryside and historic ruins with easy access to a beautiful coast and a multitude of sporting and country pursuits including sailing, horse riding, mountain biking, fishing, golf and fine coastal and woodland walks.
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