£120,000 Guide Price
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Situated within a truly tranquil setting Dalmellington is a former mining village set in the countryside close to the scenic area of Loch Doon. The village offers semi rural living with a wide range of local amenities including shops &both primary and secondary schooling.
Dalmellington itself lies on the A713 Ayr to Castle Douglas road where it starts to climb into the heart of the Southern Uplands. A glance at a map shows you a remote rural location. Head south from here and you find Loch Doon, home to Scotland's only relocated castle; and beyond it only the hills and forests of the Galloway Forest Park.
Given Dalmellington's location you arrive expecting to find some sort of small market town, a centre for the hill farms in the wide surrounding area. What you find is actually rather different, a large village situated in a truly tranquil setting that owes its growth to the discovery of coal and iron in the surrounding hills.
Dalmellington is located within the East Ayrshire region, south east of Ayr and north west of Castle Douglas, offering the following drive times:
Ayr (A713) 13 miles 20 minutes
Kilmarnock (A77) 30 miles 43 minutes
Castle Douglas (A713) 35 miles 49 minutes
Dumfries ( A713/A75) 46 miles 71 minutes
Glasgow (A/M77, M8) 49 miles 66 minutes
Glasgow Airport (A/M77, M8) 51 miles 69 minutes
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