£160,000 Offers over
A spacious detached bungalow perfectly situated in a highly sought after residential area within Kirkcudbright. This generous corner placed home is within easy walking distance into town and ideally offers itself to couples, young families or retirees.
The accommodation comprises an entrance porch that leads into the main hallway which services both bedrooms and reception rooms. Both bedrooms are similar in size and are easily identified as doubles. The three piece bathroom suite features freestanding basin, toilet and bath with overhead shower unit. The kitchen is made up of a mixture of fitted base and wall units along with a one and a half bowl sink, free standing electric cooker and hob with overhead extractor unit and various spaces for white goods. Sliding doors take us into the dining room which has an arched opening leading into the living room, offering the potential for buyers to extend the kitchen into a large kitchen/diner if desired. The living room is of a generous size and features a gas fire with tiled surround.
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Finishing outside in the gardens which surround the property are made up mostly of decorative gravel and paving slabs. There is a small lawn area to the side of the garage and a mixture of flowers, trees and shrubs. Boundaries are identified by brick walls and timber/wire fencing. The property boasts a single attached garage with boiler house to the rear. It benefits from power and water supply and has an electric garage door, operated via remote.
TRANSPORT, SCHOOLS &AMENITIES
The nearest primary schools are Twynholm and Kirkcudbright, with the nearest secondary's being Kirkcudbright and Castle Douglas, all holding good local reputations.
Nearby services can be found in the local market town of Kirkcudbright. Known as 'The Artists' town it is famous for its marina, art galleries and popular bistro's and cafes.
Castle Douglas can be found approximately 9 miles from the property. Known as the 'food town' it is a busy thriving market town that is renowned for the quality of its local produce with 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 the main bus route and within easy travelling to nearby centres from Dumfries to Stranraer. A brand new state of the art regional hospital can be found off the A75 on the outskirts of Dumfries.
Other various close transport links can be found including Dumfries train station providing links to Carlisle and Glasgow. Major Bus links can be accessed from the Loreburn Centre, Whitesands or Burns Statue in Dumfries.
The nearest international airports are at Prestwick (about 60 miles) and Glasgow (about 90 miles). Prestwick has regular flights to an increasing number of international destinations. Cairnryan lies about 49 miles to the west and is the main ferry terminal for Northern Ireland with services to both Larne and Belfast.
The M6 and M74 networks are accessible at Moffat, Gretna and Lockerbie. Dumfries town centre is 26 miles east and offers several major supermarkets, popular High Street shops, shopping centre, schooling, university campus, a range of bistros and medical facilities.
The region itself is renowned for its outdoor pursuits, beaches, leisure facilities, social events, festivals and history. Some of the quieter country roads are popular for walkers, runners and cyclists.
The surrounding area offers a wealth of activities for the outdoor enthusiast with golf courses at New Galloway, Gatehouse of Fleet and Castle Douglas, a sailing club on Loch Ken and marinas at Kirkcudbright and along the Solway Firth as well as established equestrian facilities.
The coastline to the south-west of the region offers excellent sailing and sea fishing, and there are safe anchorages at Port William and the Isle of Whithorn.
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