£260,000 Offers over
Stennieswater, a fully self-contained three bedroom detached home situated within 14 acres of pure and unspoiled privacy.
Approaching the property over the picturesque bridge, a moment should be given for viewers to appreciate the nature, privacy and beautiful settings surrounding this perfectly isolated home.
The ground floor accommodation comprises an entrance porch, hall, living room with multi fuel stove, supplying warmth to the rest of the house, kitchen which features a mixture of fitted base and wall units, free-standing electric oven with gas hob and overhead extractor unit and various spaces for white goods. There is also a nicely sized separate dining room and cloakroom.
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On the first floor the upper landing services all three bedrooms and the family bathroom. A three piece suite which features a modern 'respatex' finish and consists of toilet, basin with vanity units and bath with overhead shower.
Finishing outside, there is a range of outbuildings. These include a former steading of stone construction with a slate roof. There are external hay stores of corrugated metal construction and there is an aluminium framed greenhouse. There is an external wood store. There is a plant room for the hydroelectric plant also. The property occupies an irregularly shaped plot which is understood to extend to around fourteen acres (5.7 Hectares)(not measured). This is laid partly to formal gardens and mainly to sloping hillside. There are a number of trees on the site. External boundaries are formed in stone walls and post and wire fencing.
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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Postcode: DG13 0NN
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