104 Queen Street, Castle Douglas is a mid terraced two storey house, located within walking distance of the town centre and all other amenities. The front of the property adjoins the public footpath onto Queen Street.
There is a private garden to the rear. Steps lead down from the rear door to a paved pathway. There is a pedestrian right of access over the garden of the adjoining properties, which leads out onto Church Street via a wooden gate. A gravelled pathway leads to an area of lawn with mature planting. Outside water tap. Outside light. The garden is bounded by brick walling and timber fencing.
The property is approximately 150 years old and the original front of the house is of solid stone construction, strapped and lath and plaster lined internally, rendered and painted externally to the front elevation, painted externally to the rear. The two storey rear extension is approximately 100 years old and is of solid brick construction, lined internally and painted externally. The single storey rear Kitchen extension is approximately 50 years old and is painted cavity brick construction, plastered internally. It has an internal floor area of 93m2.
All fitted carpets and floor coverings are included in the sale.
Wooden door with obscure glazed panels gives access to:
VESTIBULE 1.82m x 0.95m.
Fitted carpet, ceiling light, obscure glazed door to:
LIVING ROOM 4.77m x 3.66m.
Window to front fitted with curtain track and curtains, cupboard situated below housing gas meter, fitted carpet, gas fire, oak fireplace with chrome decorative inlay and slate hearth, recessed area with shelving and cupboard below, central heating radiator, two ceiling lights, T.V. aerial point, telephone point. Steps down to:
INNER HALL 4.05m x 1.02m
Leads to the bathroom and Dining Room. Understairs cupboard with shelving and light, situated next to the stairs leading to upper level, Fitted carpet, central heating radiator, telephone point, ceiling light, thermostat control.
BATHROOM 2.68m x 1.47m
A storage cupboard is situated to the left hand side prior to entering the bathroom. The family bathroom comprises of a champagne coloured suite of bath with combi shower over and glazed shower screen, W.C., wash-hand basin with mirror, shaver point and light above, vinyl flooring, part tiled, part pine clad panelling, central heating radiator, ceiling light, obscure window to rear.
DINING ROOM 3.63m x 3.40m
The dining room is spacious and could be converted to a double bedroom if required. There is a side window fitted with curtain track and curtains, a built-in wall unit with shelving and cupboard below, fitted carpet, two central heating radiators, ceiling light, obscure glazed door to:
KITCHEN 3.06m x 2.96m
Range of wall and base units with marble effect worktop, stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, space for fridge/freezer, electric cooker, plumbed for automatic washing machine, cupboard housing fuse box and electric meter, space for table and four chairs, vinyl flooring, window to rear fitted with curtain track and curtains, half glazed door to outside.
Returning to the Rear Hall. Stairs to upper floor:
LANDING 2.65m x 1.01m
Split level with fitted carpet, velux window and cast iron skylight, hatch to roof void, hatch to eaves, ceiling light, cupboard housing Alpha CB 28 combination boiler, smoke alarm.
BEDROOM 1 3.76m x 3.61m
A large double room with square bay window to front fitted with curtain track and curtains, coombed ceiling, ample space for freestanding or bespoke bedroom furniture, fitted carpet, light shade.
BEDROOM 2 3.39m x 2.89m
A further double room with window to side fitted with curtain track and curtains, additional space available for freestanding bedroom furniture, fitted carpet,light shade and central heating radiator
Castle Douglas, known as Scotland’s Food Town has many local individual shops and businesses providing a varied selection of gifts, foods and services. There is a library and both primary and secondary schools in the town along with supermarkets, health services, churches, veterinary services and a thriving livestock market and golf course.
The area in general is renowned for its mild climate, diverse scenic beauty and offers a varied range of sporting activities including Tennis and Squash Courts, several Golf Courses, some Championship standard, and extensive shooting and fishing opportunities. It is also within easy driving distance of the popular sailing village of Kippford and Loch Ken is also close at hand.
Travel links to and from the area are very good. There is a main line railway station in Dumfries and also Lockerbie providing excellent links to both the north and south. The M6/M74 motorway network is 40 miles distant, and there are regular flights to other parts of the UK, Ireland and Continental Europe from Prestwick Airport which is about one and a half hours drive to the North. Edinburgh and Glasgow can be reached in two hours.
VIEWING/HOME REPORT REQUEST
By contacting Hewats the Selling Agents, our contact details can be located at the front of the sales brochure.
COUNCIL TAX BAND – Currently Band C.
EPC – D
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage.
Gas fired central heating. Principally UPVC double glazed casement style windows with the exception of timber framed single glazed casement style, fitted internal secondary glazing to the rear Dining Room, Bathroom and Kitchen. There is a timber framed double glazed Velux window and cast iron single glazed skylight to the first floor Landing.
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
Subject to negotiation.