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Poets Corner, 8 Glen Road, Palnackie is a deceptively large 3 bedroom end terraced property situated in the popular coastal village of Palnackie.
The current owner has used this property as a rental investment, therefore it comes with internal fire doors and a fire alarm system in place. The property is in need of upgrading and modernisation throughout but has great potential to become a lovely family home situated within a village community.
To the side of the house there is a wrought iron gate that gives access to a gravelled pathway that leads to the side entrance door of the Lean too. There is an area of ground laid to paving and gravel with mature planting to the right hand side, this area may allow for off-road parking subject to appropriate Local Authority consents being obtained. The Selling agents' or the Seller have made no enquiries and gives no guarantees in this regard. Note: There is a right of access over the subjects in favour of the neighbouring proprietors. This should be borne in mind. Outside light. Outside water tap.
The garden to the side is bounded by block walling.
The original part of the house was built circa 1880 and is of solid stone construction which has been rendered at the front and sides and smooth rendered at the rear. The rear extension of an addition to the property circa 1975 and is of cavity brick construction. It has an internal floor area of 110m2.
INTERNAL viewing is highly recommended.
All fitted carpets and floor coverings are included in the sale.
UPVC door with glazed panels gives entry to:
Fitted carpet, ceiling light, emergency light, smoke alarm, stairs to upper floor.
Off the hall to the right.
Window to front fitted with curtain track, fitted carpet, Multi-fuel stove set in Fyfestone fireplace with wooden mantle and tiled hearth, ceiling light, two wall lights, T.V. aerial point. Door through to Kitchen.
Window to front fitted with curtain track, fitted carpet, Dimplex storage heater, smoke alarm, telephone point. Door through to Kitchen.
Tiled floor, coat hooks, telephone point. Continue through to:
Range of beech base and wall units, ample worksurface space, stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, integrated four ring electric hob with single oven below and stainless steel cooker hood above, flagstone tiled floor, strip light, emergency light, smoke alarm, Dimplex electric storage heater, plumbed for automatic washing machine, space for fridge/freezer, space for table and chairs, windows to rear and side.
Good sized room of block construction at base with timber sides and with treble skin poly carbonate monopitched roof, window to rear and access to garden. Note: Access rights in favour of neighbour exist through this area.
Returning to the Entrance Hall. Carpeted stairs leads up to:
Cupboard housing fire alarm system, electric meter and consumer unit.
Window to front, built-in double wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving above, fitted carpet, part coombed, cupboard housing hot water tank, Dimplex electric convector heater. Door through to:
Window to front fitted with curtain track, fitted carpet, ceiling light, shelf.
Double room with window to front, ample space for freestanding furniture, fitted carpet, coombed ceiling, ceiling light, electric storage and electric convector heater.
At the top of the stairs there is a double storage cupboard.
Good sized room comprising of a white bathroom suite, bath, wash-hand basin and W.C., separate walk-in shower with Mira Zest electric shower and glazed shower screen, part Aquaboard, part tiled, vinyl flooring, pine clad ceiling, recessed spotlights, obscure windows to side and rear.
Double bedroom with window to rear looking down to the harbour, ample space for freestanding bedroom furniture, fitted carpet, electric storage heater.
Palnackie is a small yet thriving village with an active community, the village offers its residents a public house, primary school and a village shop. The local towns of Dalbeattie and Castle Douglas offer a wide range of amenities and services including educational learning facility, medical centres and various leisure pursuits. Palnackie is home to the Grande Internationale World Flounder Tramping Championships.
The area has now become a popular tourist destination, with a busy holiday park established at the adjacent Barlochan Holiday Park. One of the most attractive landscapes in the lower Urr Valley with the county being noted for its spectacular coastline, which provides a vast range of opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast to include wonderful walks, game, coarse and sea fishing as well as shooting, sailing and cycling. There are numerous beaches and sandy coves within easy reach of the property and the area boasts numerous golf courses.
Communications to the area are much improved with the A75 trunk road providing quick access from the south via the M6 & M74. The ferry links from Cairnryan provide sailings to Northern Ireland and the international airports of Prestwick and Glasgow are within an hour and a half to two hours travelling time respectively.
VIEWING/HOME REPORT REQUEST
By contacting Hewats the Selling Agents, our contact details can be located at the front of the sales brochure.
COUNCIL TAX BAND
Currently Band – C.
The energy efficiency rating of this property is Band – F.
Mains electricity, water and drainage.
Electric storage/panel heating. Windows are UPVC tilt and turn and casement style and timber framed pivot single glazed.
Offers in Scottish Legal form should be lodged with the selling agents' Castle Douglas Office. Interested parties are strongly recommended to register their interest with the selling agents as a closing date may be fixed for offers
Subject to negotiation.
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