53 Kirkland Street, St John's Town of Dalry, DG7 3UX

OFFERS AROUND £100,000
OFFER UNDER CONSIDERATION
Traditional spacious terraced 2 bedroomed two storey house with mature garden to rear, situated in the attractive village of St John’s Town of Dalry.

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Property Overview

53 Kirkland Street, St John’s Town of Dalry is a traditional 2 bedroomed two storey terraced house with mature garden to the rear, situated in the attractive village of St John’s Town of Dalry. 

The house is in need of some upgrading and modernisation but offers spacious accommodation over two floors.

The frontage adjoins the public footpath to the front with two small flower borders.

There is a good sized rectangular shaped private garden to the rear that can be accessed from the rear Hall door. Steps leads up to an area of lawn with a mixture of mature trees, shrubs and planting. Outside light, Wooden Garden Shed. Coal bunker.

The rear garden is bounded by post and wire fencing.

The main original house is approixmatley 140 years old and is solid stone construction, strapped and lined internally, painted externally. The single storey rear extension containing the Rear Hall, Kitchen and Shower Room is approximately 70 years old and is of cavity brick construction, plastered internally, painted externally. It has an internal floor area of 91m2.

All fitted carpets and floor coverings are included in the sale.

INTERNAL viewing is highly recommended to appreciate what this property has to offer.

Accommodation comprises:

UPVC double glazed door with glazed panels gives access to:

ENTRANCE HALL

Painted stone floor, ceiling light, wall mounted fuse box and electric meter.

LIVING ROOM

Spacious room with window to front, open fire with tiled hearth and surround, ceiling light, electric storage heater, cupboard with shelving.

SITTING ROOM

Window to front, open fire with tiled surround, mantle and hearth, ceiling light, electric storage heater, cupboard with shelving, understairs cupboard with light and coat hooks, telephone point.

REAR HALL

Door with glazed panel to outside, vinyl flooring, electric storage heater, coat hooks, ceiling light.

KITCHEN

Range of base units, stainless steel sink and drainer, electric oven, plumbed for automatic washing machine, space for fridge/freezer, vinyl flooring, ceiling light, window to rear, velux roof window. NOTE: The white goods are included in the sale but the seller or the selling agents gives no guarantee to their working order.

SHOWER ROOM

Shower enclosure with Mira Vie shower, wall mounted wash-hand basin, W.C., vinyl flooring, electric heated towel rail, shaver point, wall mounted electric heater, cupboard housing hot and cold water tanks, obscure window to rear.

 

Upstairs:

BEDROOM 1

Double room with window to front, ornate open fire, ceiling light.

BEDROOM 2

Double room with window to front, ornate open fire, ceiling light.

GENERAL INFORMATION

St John’s Town of Dalry is situated amidst some of Galloway’s most appealing scenery and benefits from Primary and Secondary Schools, shopping facilities, church and two hotels. The access to the hills is enhanced by the Southern Upland Way which passes through the village of St John’s Town of Dalry.  The main country market town of Castle Douglas lies 19 miles distant and the regional town of Dumfries is approximately 30 miles distant.

This area of Southwest Scotland is well known for its unspoilt countryside and diverse landscape. The outdoor and sporting enthusiast is extremely well catered for and there exists the ability to take shooting locally, with fishing readily available on the Rivers Dee, Nith, Annan and Border Esk. Given the diverse landscape, the outdoor enthusiast is afforded the opportunity of wonderful walks, sailing, cycling, (The 7 Stanes Cycle Route), and for the golfer there are an abundance of good local courses. The nearby Loch Ken with its sailing centre provides endless opportunities for water sports and there is a water skiing centre on the Eastern side of the Loch. The property is situated in an area which has a thriving cultural and art and craft scene, with the area having world heritage status for its ‘Dark Skies’.

VIEWING

By contacting the Hewats Property team on 01556 502946 – Option 3.

POST CODE

DG7 3UX.     

COUNCIL TAX BAND

Currently Band D.

SERVICES

Mains electricity, water and drainage.

Part electric heating. UPVC double glazed casement style windows.

HOME REPORT

A Home Report has been prepared for this property and can be obtained by contacting the Selling agents on 01556 502946 – Option 3

EPC

The energy efficiency rating of this property is Band – F.

OFFERS

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

ENTRY

Subject to negotiation.

Approximate dimensions:

Ground Floor            

  • ENTRANCE HALL
  • SITTING ROOM                     4.40m x 2.98m
  • LIVING ROOM                       4.40m x 4.05m
  • REAR HALL                            3.07m x 0.90m                         
  • KITCHEN                               3.42m x 2.43m
  • SHOWER ROOM                    2.37m x 2.02m

  

First Floor

  • SPLIT LANDING
  • BEDROOM 1                        4.43m x 4.27m
  • LANDING
  • BEDROOM 2                        4.47m x 4.29m

 

Note: These particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not form part of the contract.