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A detached, country cottage, sitting on mature grounds on the banks of the River Nith on the western fringe of the picturesque Dumfries town of Sanquhar. Mavis Bank is a registered smallholding (code : 75/329/0025) and is sited on 1.8 acres. It comprises of an entrance hall, lounge, dining room/bedroom 3, kitchen/breakfast room, downstairs bathroom and two further bedrooms on the first floor. The property is double-glazed and has solid fuel central heating. Externally, there is a rear garden and to the front, there are two linked paddocks adjoining the banks of the River Nith. There is a stabling block with three stables and a tack room.
Enter the property via gates, into a generous driveway with parking for several vehicles and leading to the front door. Through the front door is the entrance hallway with an understairs storage cupboard, doors leading to the kitchen/diner, bathroom, living room and a staircase leading to the first floor. The first door on the left leads into the modern kitchen/diner with a selection of fitted wall and base units with contrasting worktops and Belfast sink. The kitchen/diner has a multi-fuel stove and double aspect windows. The family bathroom has a window to the rear of the property, WC, wash hand basin and a bath with shower over. The door on the right leads into the bright, living room with a window to the front of the property, a door out to the rear garden and another door to the dining room/bedroom 3 with a window to the side of the property. The living room has a fireplace set with a multi-fuel stove. The staircase from the hallway leads up to the first floor with bedroom 1 to the left and bedroom 2 which has fitted wardrobes.
Access the property via a gate, to the spacious driveway leading to the front of the property with parking for several cars. There is a gate to the rear garden. To the front, there are two linked paddocks adjoining the banks of the River Nith with beautiful, open-countryside views. There is a stabling block with three stables and a tack room.
The surrounding area offers glorious countryside and historic sites with easy access to the beautiful Ayrshire coast and a multitude of sporting and country pursuits including sailing, horse riding, mountain biking, fishing, golf and fine coastal and woodland walks. The Royal Burgh of Sanquhar is an attractive, rural town which provides for most everyday needs. It lies on the route of the Southern Upland Way which is popular with walkers who enjoy the stunning views. It is a small town, located about 26 miles from the county town of Dumfries and 32 miles from Ayr. Sanquhar benefits from its own railway station andâ primary and secondary schools. It is also very popular for fishing. The town is a thriving community with many amenities including an indoor swimming pool, a gym, a library, a health centre, a pharmacy, two banks, a post office, a filling station, good hotels, excellent restaurants and a nine-hole golf course.
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