£145,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|3 November 2021||£136,950||£8,950|
|31 March 2021||£128,000||N/A|
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Description We are delighted to offer to the market this spacious, three bedroom, semi-detached home within the popular village of Gelston. The generous accommodation comprises private entrance to the inner hall with WC, large front facing living room with wood burning stove and wonderful, bright, fitted kitchen/diner. On the first floor there are three good sized, bright bedrooms with a beautiful, newly fitted three piece family bathroom suite.
The property is set on an elevated position with low maintenance landscaped gardens on three sides. The front has steps leading up to the property with low maintenance gravel and lawned areas with the rear garden offering a more private space with patio and lawned areas as well as a garden shed and greenhouse. To allow full appreciation call now to secure your viewing appointment.
Location To the front there are views through the trees opposite the property to adjacent fields and to the rear across gardens to the hills. Gelston Primary School sits at the entrance to Douglas Crescent and Gelston also benefits from a village hall and regular bus service.
The town of Castle Douglas, approximately two miles away, offers a wide range of facilities. Castle Douglas itself is a thriving market town enjoying an enviable range of shops and other facilities in a town now promoted and known as a "Food Town". The southwest of Scotland is a genuinely rural area with its gentle rolling
landscape, mild climate and dramatic coastline. The area has a good range of sport and outdoor activities and is ideally located to take advantage of hill walking, mountain biking, fishing on the nearby rivers and, of course, golf.
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