£385,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|5 August 2004||£210,000||N/A|
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Situated in an idyllic setting of approximately two acres and with spectacular panoramic views of open countryside and Loch Ken. Drumskelly stands on the edge of ever popular Galloway Forest (Europe's Best Dark Sky Park) and offers everything for todays modern family living.
Approaching the property via the long driveway off the A713, it is easy to see ample parking available for numerous vehicles. Entering the main front door we have a nicely sized entrance porch, a practical room perfect for popping off those muddy shoes after a day in the garden!
Through the french doors we have the long hallway which services both reception rooms and bedroom four. To the left we have bedroom four on our right, a nicely sized double bedroom which is currently used as study and enjoys views to the rear. Continuing left we have the living room, a nicely sized and proportioned room featuring a beautiful open fire with marble surround and hearth. The final room off from the living room is bedroom two which again boasts as a double room and enjoys countryside views to the front and side.
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Back along the hallway heading to the right-hand side of the home, we have the second reception room. Currently used as a second living room and featuring a multi-fuel stove this room offers flexibility to prospective buyers. To the rear left of the room is the fifth bedroom which is currently used as an office. Continuing the passage to right-hand side of the ground floor we find the kitchen. Made up of mixture of fitted base and wall units, breakfast bar, range style gas cooker &hob and one &half bowl sink. Off the kitchen we have the utility room which has fitted base and wall units again, various under-unit spaces for white goods, door outside to the west of property and features a sink unit. The last room of the ground floor is the downstairs shower room. This wonderfully placed room(just off the utility room) is practical and handy featuring a three piece suite which consists of shower unit, toilet and wash-hand basin.
Heading up the freshly installed timber staircase, straight ahead we have bedroom three another double room which loops around the staircase and has its own dressing/make up area as well as featuring built in double wardrobes. Heading back along the upper landing we have the family bathroom, which features a beautifully modern tiled finish as well as bath unit with over head shower, free standing wash-hand basin, toilet and towel rail. The last and final room of this beautifully restored home is the master bedroom. A large and spacious room which enjoys views the south and features a walk in wardrobe.
Finishing outside its difficult not to be distracted from the stunning open-countryside views and generous plot that Drumskelly enjoys. Adjacent to the main house is a garage/workshop and a sizeable stone barn with windows,upper floor,fully fitted office fully Cat 5 networked. The outbuildings are currently utilised for storage but give excellent further development potential for a granny flat,office,business,equestrian use or holiday cottage subject to the relevant planning consent. There is also a large workshop which has had a new roof recently installed and is fully fitted out.
The current owners have valid planning permission to turn the various outbuildings into a mixture of holiday cottages. Planning permission reference number : 13/P/2/0243
The nearest Primary School is Crossmichael primary which boasts a fantastic local reputation. The nearest secondary is found 3 miles away in Castle Douglas.
To the South-East, Castle Douglas is a busy thriving market town that is renowned for the quality of its local produce in more than 50 shops along the main high street as well as its cafes, restaurants, three butchers and hotels. There is also a modern health centre, swimming pool and leisure facilities with free parking!
The A75 is on a main bus route and within easy travelling of nearby centres. A brand new state of the art regional hospital is only 20 minutes drive away.
Other various close transport links including Dumfries train station providing links to Carlisle and Glasgow. Major Bus links can be accessed from the Loreburn Centre,Whitesands or Burns Statue.
The M6 and M74 networks are accessible at Moffat,Gretna and Lockerbie. Dumfries town centre is 20 miles west and offers several major supermarkets, popular High Street shops, shopping centre, schooling, university campus, a range of bistros and medical facilities.
ROOM SIZES :
LIVING ROOM: 5.3m x 4.3m
SITTING ROOM/DINING ROOM: 4.5m x 3.3m
KITCHEN : 4.1m x 3.5m
UTILITY ROOM: 2.6m x 2.0m
DOWNSTAIRS SHOWER ROOM: 2.2m x 2.0m
MASTER BEDROOM: 4.7m x 3.4m
BEDROOM TWO: 5.3m x 3.1m
BEDROOM THREE: 4.7m x 2.3m
BEDROOM FOUR: 3.3m x 3.1m
BEDROOM FIVE/OFFICE: 2.9m x 2.2m
FAMILY BATHROOM: 2.6m x 1.7m
HOME REPORT :
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