£400,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|15 November 2006||£347,027||N/A|
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A large six-bedroom Victorian detached sandstone house in the popular Maxwelltown area of Dumfries. All six bedrooms are doubles with one of them being en-suite. With ample living space and features three reception rooms, this is a fantastic opportunity for families or potential business use.
This Victorian family sandstone home was built in the late 1880s and has an 8-foot stained glass window making this a fantastic opportunity to own a piece of history. Entering the property through the porch you find yourself in an entrance hall off which you can access the family room, lounge, kitchen and study as well as the stairs leading to the upper floors. The lounge has a beautiful bay window and feature fireplace - the perfect room to decorate at festive times of the year. The kitchen is a large room and has a breakfast/dining area as well as access through to the utility room, a storage/pantry cupboard and the back porch which also has a downstairs WC. The kitchen is very stylish and although modern, is in keeping with the style of the property and has an integrated hob on an island as well as various wall and floor units with integrated oven, dishwasher and space for your fridge freezer. On the ground floor, you can also find a good-sized double bedroom with en-suite shower room.
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Heading upstairs, you will find four more double bedrooms as well as access to the attic which provides a tremendous amount of storage space. There are also stairs that take you to the sixth and final double bedroom on the second floor. The large master bedroom on the first floor is directly above the lounge and also features a beautiful bay window and fireplace. On the first floor you will also find the large family bathroom which a beautiful corner bath suitable for two, a separate shower and free-standing toilet and wash hand basin. There is also an additional WC on this floor for those moments when someone just wants to soak in the bath for hours.
This property is a home full of character and features a large stained glass window, mezzanine level as well as more nooks and storage spaces than you can shake a stick at! It truly is a unique and delightful property that will make the perfect family home and there is also the potential to run a bed &breakfast or other business from here. Viewing is essential to appreciate how special this home is.
Lastly, outside of the property, there are large private grounds which curl from the front of the property, round the side and to the rear. There is a large driveway leading to a double garage towards the back and the front is mostly laid to lawn with numerous well-established plans and shrubs planted. Not only do you have a beautiful garden to look out at around the back but you will also benefit from views across the golf course and out into the countryside.
TRANSPORT, SCHOOLS &AMENITIES
The nearest primary school are Laurieknowe, Cargenbridge &Troqueer Primary, all of which are held in excellent local regard as are the nearest secondary schools, Dumfries Academy and the newly opened North West Community Campus, both within easy walking distance.
Dumfries town centre is attractive and can be reached within a 15-minute stroll 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 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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