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An immaculately presented four bedroom detached house, set within a wonderful private setting. Picturesque views of surrounding landscapes can be enjoyed from almost anywhere within Weatherlea.
Entering the property via the side entrance door we have the utility room which houses the oil fired 'Worcester Heatslave' 26/32 boiler and features fitted base units and sink. The hallway services all of the downstairs accommodation which is made up of living room with conservatory off, kitchen/dining room with 'AEG' double oven, dishwasher, ceramic hob, 'Miele' microwave/oven/grill and a American style fridge freezer.There is also a dining area/family room, cloakroom and downstairs toilet.
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The first floor consists of a substantial landing area which services all four generously sized bedrooms, two of which are doubles. The master bedroom along with bedrooms two and four feature built in wardrobes. The large family bathroom is a four piece suite made up of a corner bath, separate shower unit, basin with vanity unit and toilet. The master bedroom benefits from an en-suite shower room with a modern 'respatex' finish.
Finishing outside, the beautiful and substantially mature gardens are stocked with an array of conifer trees and colourful shrubbery, providing unrivalled panoramic views of surrounding landscapes and valleys. There is also a large detached garage (5.5m x 4.7m) with power and ample additional driveway parking. Boundaries can be identified by a mixture of timber/wire fencing and stone walls.
The nearest schools are Langholm Primary and Langholm Academy found a short 10 minutes drive from Bentpath.
Nearby amenities can be found locally in the town of Langholm, such as a number of independent shops, banks, supermarket, theatre, hotels, bars and restaurants along with the Buccleuch Centre, which is the premier music and arts venue in the South of Scotland.
The area is also renowned for game fishing and shooting and the surrounding countryside is a haven for walkers and hill climbers. The town also has a sports centre and a 9 hole golf course. Further main amenities can be found within the city of Carlisle (approx 25 miles) or Dumfries.
Langholm's Common Riding is an annual event celebrated traditionally on the last Friday in July and attracts a vast number of tourists from all over the world. The town has excellent road and rail links with the M6/M74 around 25 minutes away and 35 minutes to Lockerbie/ Carlisle West coast mainline rail stations.
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