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3 Mansecroft, Twynholm, Kirkcudbright, DG6 4PX

Offers in Region of £70,000

3 Mansecroft, Twynholm, Kirkcudbright, DG6 4PX

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3 Mansecroft, Twynholm is a self-contained 3 bedroomed semi-detached first floor flat forming part of a detached two storey block containing four flats, situated on the edge of Twynholm village 3 miles from the Artists Town of Kirkcudbright.

The property enjoys an open outlook to the front towards the village and a further open outlook towards the rear over open farmland and to the hills beyond.

There is a communal off-street parking area to front with a shared pedestrian pathway that leads to a front door and to the side garden area.

The garden area is of a good size and is laid to lawn with mature planting. There is a decked area which an ideal space to sit out and enjoy those spring/summer/autumn evenings. Timber framed outhouses. Coal bunker The garden is bounded by timer fencing.

3 Mansecroft is of load bearing steel frame construction, plasterboard lined internally, rendered brick clad externally with a finished thickness of approximately 450mm.

Originally built as an “Atholl Steel”, steel framed and steel clad property around 1948. It was substantially structurally improved, renovated and modernised by the Local Authority approximately 35 years ago which works included the construction of a new rendered brick outer wall skin with the original steel frame being retained.

It has an internal floor area of 86m2.

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

INTERNAL viewing is recommended to appreciate the square footage of the property and beautiful views.

Accommodation comprises:

Concrete steps leads up to a timber framed door with glazed panel that gives access to:


Tiled floor, coat hooks, stairs to upper floor. Window to side fitted with wooden curtain pole and curtains, fitted carpet, ceiling light, small shelf.

15 pane glazed door leads through to:

HALL                  3.35m x 1.06m

Central heating radiator, two wall lights, ceiling light, smoke alarm, large walk-in cupboard with shelving, hatch to loft.

BEDROOM 1       3.24m x 3.11m

Window to front fitted with wooden curtain pole and curtains, fitted carpet, central heating radiator, ceiling light, small shelf, fitted open fronted wardrobe with shelving.

BEDROOM 2       3.95m x 3.21m

Window to rear fitted with wooden curtain pole and curtains with fantastic views out over open countryside, fitted carpet, central heating radiator, ceiling light, large cupboard with shelving.

BEDROOM 3       3.68m x 3.23m

Window to front fitted with iron curtain pole and curtains, fitted carpet, central heating radiator, ceiling light, fitted open fronted wardrobe with shelving.

Note: All 3 bedrooms are double in size.

BATHROOM       2.98m x 2.31m

White suite comprising of bath with Triton Salsa electric shower over, W.C. and wash-hand basin, part tiled, central heating radiator, vinyl tiled flooring, wooden medicine cabinet with glazed doors, part tongue and groove walling, ceiling light, obscure window to rear with net curtain,

LIVING ROOM      4.25m x 3.99m

Spacious family room with window to front fitted with wooden curtain pole and curtains, fitted carpet, central heating radiator, solid fuel fire with back boiler, brick built fireplace, wooden mantle, tiled inlay and tiled hearth, ceiling light, shelved cupboard, telephone point, T.V. aerial point, Sky connection, immersion switch.

KITCHEN      3.9m x 3.18m

Pine effect base and wall units and glass display areas, tiled splashback, 1½ sink and drainer with mixer tap, central heating radiator, laminate flooring, window to rear fitted with wooden curtain pole and coloured net curtain, electric freestanding cooker with extractor hood above, part tiled, plumbed for automatic washing machine and dishwasher, space for tumble dryer, space for fridge freezer, shelved cupboard, cupboard housing electric meter and fuse box, strip light,


The village of Twynholm has a shop, church, two hotels, primary school, garage and a village hall, where there are many community activities organised. In addition there is the Cocoabean Chocolate Factory and visitor attraction. The picturesque Artists’ Town of Kirkcudbright, which is an attractive harbour town situated on the banks of the River Dee, is approximately 3½ miles away and offers a vibrant cultural life, as well as a wide range of amenities including a health centre, cottage hospital, secondary school and swimming pool. It has a seven week summer festivities programme including its own jazz festival and tattoo.

The South West of Scotland is a genuinely rural area with natural beauty. It has a gentle rolling landscape, mild climate and dramatic coastline and is popular with outdoor enthusiasts. There is a good range of outdoor activities which are easily available for those interested in hill walking, bird watching, fishing, mountain biking, water sports and of course golf. The Solway is also a popular yachting destination.

Twynholm is situated just off the A75 Euro-route which gives easy access to the neighbouring towns of Castle Douglas and Dumfries to the East and excellent links to the M74 and M6 motorways and Glasgow (2 hours), Edinburgh (2.5 hours) and Prestwick Airport (1.5 hours).


By contacting Hewats the Selling Agents, our contact details can be located at the front of the sales brochure.

COUNCIL TAX BAND – Currently Band A.

EPC – The energy efficiency rating of this property is Band – E.


Mains electricity, water and drainage.

Solid fuel central heating.

UPVC double glazed tilt and turn windows.


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.



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