22 Townhead, Dalry is a spacious 3 bedroomed mid terraced house which offers excellent family size accommodation within a residential area of the attractive village of St Johns Town of Dalry with open outlook over the countryside to the Rhinns of Kells hills beyond.
The accommodation comprises of a Hall, Lounge, Kitchen, Bathroom, 3 Bedrooms, Garden with Shed.
All in all this is an attractive price for a good spacious home either for an investor, first time buyer or family requiring more space.
The property benefits from electric storage heating with separate coal fire and full double glazing. All carpets and floor coverings are included in the sale. Viewing is recommended.
Fitted carpet, Dimplex storage heater, understair storage cupboard, cupboard housing hot water tank.
Open fire in tiled hearth and surround, T.V. aerial point, window to front with lovely views of the hills, Dimplex storage heater, telephone point.
Fitted floor and wall units, stainless steel sink and drainer, electric cooker point, part tiled, plumbed for automatic washing machine, pulley, laminate flooring, Dimplex storage heater, door to rear garden.
Bath with Triton T80si shower above, part tiled, W.C., wash-hand basin, mirrored wall cabinet, vinyl flooring, dimplex fan wall heater.
Fitted carpet, Dimplex storage heater, smoke alarm, hatch to attic by way of ramsay style ladder.
Two windows to front with lovely views of the hills, shelved storage cupboard with louvered doors, Dimplex panel heater.
Cupboard with hanging rail and shelving with louvered door, Dimplex panel heater, window to rear overlooking open farmland.
Dimplex wall heater, window to rear overlooking open farmland.
A wrought iron gate gives access to a paved pathway that leads to the front door. The garden to the front is laid to lawn with mature shrubs and a gravelled area.
To the rear steps leads up to an area of block paving and a Garden Shed.
St Johns Town of Dalry is situated amidst some of Galloways 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 Johns 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/HOME REPORT REQUEST
By contacting Hewats the Selling Agents, our contact details can be located at the front of the sales brochure.
COUNCIL TAX BANDING
Council Tax Band B.
The energy efficiency rating of this property is Band – D.
Mains water, electricity and drainage.
Offers in Scottish Legal form should be lodged with Hewats Castle Douglas Office. Interested parties are strongly recommended to register their interest with Hewats in case a closing date is fixed for offers.
subject to negotiation.