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|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|1 February 1999||£170,000||N/A|
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An individually designed family home situated in a fabulous location and also happens to be the former Coach House to Comlomgon Castle and therefor sits adjacent to the Castle. Sat upon generously sized private and beautiful gardens, not to mention the feature Seaheugh Burn running into the garden pond, this home is truly one of a kind and filled with character throughout. The lovely blend of character and contemporary finishings radiates the uniqueness of this truly magnificent property. Generous and flexible accommodation can be found on all floors which include three bathrooms, three/four reception rooms and six bedrooms. Not only that but in the grounds, there are plenty of outbuildings with a plethora of opportunities to be had including business ones - holiday lets, office space, bed &breakfast and more! A genuine opportunity not to be missed!
The accommodation is set over three levels and includes six double bedrooms on either side of the dwelling, three bathrooms, a utility and boiler/laundry room on the ground floor level, a kitchen made up of a mixture of fitted base and wall units, shallow Belfast sink, Range cooker with overhead extractor, integrated dishwasher, tiled splashback finish and ample room for other white goods. There is an elevated dining hall with feature window which provides access to the barn conversion where another large living room, two bedrooms and shower room can be found.
There are several outbuildings/storage facilities underneath this converted accommodation offering huge potential for further development
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Finishing outside, the home is situated within generously sized gardens which are partly enclosed with timber fencing. Parts of the plot is natural woodland, which is planted with mature trees and features a beautiful burn which runs through the site and feeds the garden pond where an abundance of wildlife can be seen. There is a large lawn area to rear, vegetable patch, natural woodland where beautiful walks and wildlife can be enjoyed as well as a large courtyard area to the front of the property, providing ample parking for several vehicles. There is large attached garages/workshop extending to 162sqm, making an ideal business opportunity for potential purchasers.
TRANSPORT, SCHOOL &AMENITIES
The nearest primary schools are Carrutherstown or Cummertrees, with the nearest secondary being Dumfries High School or Annan Academy.
Dumfries town centre is attractive and can be reached within a 10/15-minute drive 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 and Annan 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 the 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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Postcode: DG1 4NA
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