£120,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|6 June 2005||£74,000||N/A|
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A very well-maintained, 3 bedroom, semi-detached house set on the edge of the village of Kirkton, with open countryside views and only 2 miles from Dumfries. The property benefits from being smartphone enabled, oil central heating with a recently-fitted Grant Low Nox Boiler, double glazing and over £1,100 per annum from income generating solar panels valid for the next 18 years via an Immersun diverter, they also heat the water. This is an upgraded family home in walk-in condition.
Access the property via a UPVC front door into the vestibule with a ceramic tiled floor, a door leading into the hallway with a storage cupboard, doors leading into the living room and kitchen and a staircase to the first floor. The first door on the left leads into the living room with 2 windows to the front of the property, a recessed Arrow Ecoburn 5kW multi-fuel stove on an Indian sandstone hearth and an opening into the dining room with a window to the rear. Accessed via the hallway, the kitchen has a window to the rear of the property and has a selection of fitted wall and base units and contrasting worktops. The kitchen includes a selection of integrated quality appliances including a Zanussi double oven with glazed hob and outside vented extractor hood, a Beko refrigerator, a Siemens extraKlasse dishwasher and a Whirlpool washing machine. There is a storage cupboard in the kitchen and a door to the rear hall with an understairs cupboard and an external door to the rear patio area and enclosed rear garden. The carpeted staircase from the hallway leads to the first-floor landing with doors to the shower room and the 3 bedrooms. The shower room has a double glazed window with privacy gass to the rear, recessed spotlights, a large walk-in,â mains-fed shower, Respatex walls, a dual-heated floor-to-ceiling towel rail, a shaver point, a white wash hand basin &WC with concealed cistern. Bedroom 1 has a window to the rear of the property and built-in-wardrobes. Bedrooms 2 and 3 each have a window to the front of the property and both rooms have a built-in storage cupboard.
Outside there is a (Smart Phone enabled) CCTV system, alarm system and security lighting all around the property. The property benefits from income-generating solar panels. The front garden is mostly laid to lawn with flower borders. There is a paved pathway and a Marshall's block paved parking area for 2/3 cars. The Marshall's block paving continues along the side of the property and there is an access ramp and pathway to the rear garden. There is a paved seating area, a new environmentally- friendly, exterior oil boiler, two large sheds with light &power, housing a Gorenje tumble dryer and a Beko freezer. There is an external water and power source, an oil tank, steps up to the lawn and another shed for garden tools
TRANSPORT, SCHOOLS &AMENITIES
Options are available for schooling with the nearest primaries being Duncow, Locharbriggs, Heathhall and Amisfield. The nearest local secondary schools are Dumfries High School and Dumfries Academy.
Closest local amenities such as, a hair salon, a Veterinary Centre, a fuel station, local shops and food outlets are located in nearby Heathhall. There is a post office in Locharbriggs which is also nearby.
Dumfries town centre is attractive and offers a combination of good shopping facilities and historic buildings.
Dumfries is also the home of a substantial college and university campus located within beautiful grounds overlooking the town and has three golf courses.
There is a regular local bus service from Kirkton to Dumfries town centre. 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 Nith. There are regular and quick train connections to Edinburgh from the small town of Lockerbie, just a few miles away. Lockerbie also 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 sites with easy access to the beautiful coastline. There is also the opportunity to participate in a variety of sporting and country pursuits including sailing, horse riding, mountain biking, fishing, golf, clay pigeon shooting and fine coastal and woodland walks.
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