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|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|14 November 2003||£149,500||N/A|
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Favouring an elevated position in the peaceful sailing village of Kippford, this 3 bedroom detached family bungalow is situated in wonderfully mature surroundings with uninterrupted views across the estuary.
The property has been carefully extended and upgraded to a high standard throughout with beautifully presented interior accommodation and
a simply stunning viewing deck to the rear.
Boasting three double bedrooms, two bathrooms and externally a large stone-chipped driveway, early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the size of the subjects on offer.
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The accommodation comprises; entering through the exquisite etched glazed door into the bright reception hall giving access to accommodation. This introduces the bespoke finishings found throughout such as the solid oak doors, spotlights to ceiling and the immaculate tiling to the floor which flows to the lounge.
Beautifully designed kitchen/dining room which acts as an inviting family hub of the home. The neutrally decorated kitchen offers a selection of modern monochromatic base units with contrasting worktop and tiling to splashback. There is an integrated oven, induction hob &chimney hood with space for further appliances and additional depth of storage in a built-in cupboard.
The kitchen is thoughtfully arranged to highlight the appointed dining space offset by glossy grey tiled flooring and set aside French doors that take in the stunning views over the estuary.
Double doors open into the good sized lounge decorated in soft neutral hues with a continuation of the tiled flooring. This boasts windows and patio doors to the rear viewing deck bathing the room in warm light. The curved vertical radiator in gunmetal serves as a stylish focal feature. Therein lies ample space for living room furnishings ideal for relaxing as the main family space benefiting from the unrivalled views.
Inner hallway with built-in closet storage and hatch access to the attic space.
Well-proportioned master bedroom to front in muted tones and elevated by oak sliding wardrobes.
Modern master en-suite fitted with a 3 piece suite of mains fed shower enclosure, WC and vanity unit with glass counter top sink and storage underneath. Finished by marble effect wet wall panelling and chrome ladder style radiator.
There are two further immaculately presented double bedrooms with oak fitted wardrobes and patio doors opening to the fantastic rear balcony.
Family bathroom fully tiled in classic hues and fitted with bath with overhead electric shower, WC and sink.
To the front of the property is a sizeable stone-chipped driveway providing off-street parking for several cars. The neat lawned garden is dotted with a number of mature shrubs and plants.
The carefully set out and well-established rear sloped garden is mainly laid to lawn and bordered by mature shrubs and rockery. This showcases the exceptional decked balcony which runs along the full width of the rear and is ideal for seating to savour the unrivalled views across the estuary and hills beyond.
The property benefits from central heating and double glazing.
Set in the beautiful seaside village of Kippford along the Solway coast in the historic county of Kirkcudbrightshire and lying just 3 miles from Dalbeattie.
A popular sailing village and holiday destination on the shore of the estuary of the River Urr, there is a small shop in the village and several places for eating out all within walking distance.
Within a short drive are a number of sandy beaches and an excellent selection of golf courses including the championship links course at Southerness (fees payable). For the outdoor enthusiast this is excellent walking country and within a short distance (one within a 5 minute drive) are two of the main sections of the 7Stanes Mountain Bike Network. There are excellent Nature and Bird Reserves again within a short drive This is an excellent base from which to enjoy an active holiday or in which to totally relax and unwind.
Viewings come highly recommended.
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