£200,000 Guide price
Quietly settled within the idyllic hamlet of Gatelawbridge is this traditional stone built 4 bedroom terraced villa. Presenting well-proportioned accommodation with period features throughout and wonderfully established gardens, this property would appeal to a wide market of buyers.
Accommodation comprises; double doors leading into entrance vestibule.
Large reception hallway introducing the high ceilings found throughout the property.
Good sized sitting room with excellent floor space for lounge furniture. This centres around the attractive log burner with stone surround and tiled hearth. The two bright sash windows to front aspect and rustic exposed brick wall highlights the sense of space in this room. To the rear is a recess area handily being used as an office space with built-in cupboard.
This leads into the warm and welcoming kitchen/diner that has cleverly been divided for both dining and kitchen use. The dining area is laid with carpet with ample space for dining table and chairs offset by exposed beams to ceilings.
The modern kitchen space with laminate flooring is fitted with a selection of white wall and base units with contrasting work surface and tiling to splashback. There is an integrated electric hob and oven with space for further appliances. The chimney breast is boarded up which would allow access for a Raeburn cooker. Two large sash windows fill the space in natural light and the rear garden can be accessed from here.
Leading upstairs where there are 4 light and airy double bedrooms with carpeting and sash windows. The fourth bedroom also benefits from a wash hand basin.
The spacious family bathroom is fitted with a 4 piece suite consisting of a corner bath, separate shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC. This bright space is elevated by the quality wood flooring and lovely tiling detail to shower and bath in duck egg blue tones.
The inviting front garden is laid to lawn with chipped area for car parking and paved area leading up to front door.
Completing this beautiful property is the well-established rear garden with walled enclosure and patio ideal for seating fringed by an array of colourful flowering plants and mature bushes. The delightful stone chipped pathway leads to a neat lawned section at rear of the garden with mature trees.
The garden houses the oil tank and a shed for storage.
Situated in the hamlet of Gatelawbridge approximately 3 miles from Thornhill which has nursery, primary and secondary school. Also offers other amenities including shops, hotels and pubs.
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