Hewats are delighted to present to the market Sweet Dreams, this superior detached 4 bedroom bungalow, built circa 2003 is situated in a quiet location set back of the main street in the lovely Galloway village of Crocketford.
The accommodation is finished to a high standard with its neutral decorative tones and hard wood finishings throughout. The property provides generous and versatile living accommodation, perfect for today’s modern family, along with great sized accommodation with two of the bedrooms providing En- suite facilities as well as a great spacious family bathroom with double jacuzi bath and walk-in shower enclosure..
Each room benefits from either large or dual aspect windows or patio doors thus allowing for the natural light to flood in, thus creating a warm and cosy feeling in the home no matter what room your using.
The window dressings are a mixture of curtains and blinds, giving each room its own individual feel.
Sweet Dreams is accessed via a shared access road, the access road takes you over the small bridge that runs over the stream to the extensive gravelled drive way and double garage, thus offering ample off-street parking for several vehicles along with access to the front of the property. The mature gardens surround the property on all elevations which is laid mainly to lawn with potential to further landscape if required.
Sweet Dreams was built approximately 17 years ago and the main walls are of load bearing timber frame construction, plasterboard lined with plaster finish internally, rendered concrete block and facing brick clad externally. It has an internal floor area of 217m2.
This spacious and versatile accommodation comprises of :-
Crocketford, previously a toll village known as Nine Mile Bar, is situated midway between Dumfries and Castle Douglas, being 9 miles to each town. The village was home to the Buchanites and retains much of its historic character. Amenities in the village itself include a shop/post office, hotel (The Galloway Arms), and Antique and Upholstery Business (Brass Tacks) as well as W. Johnstone and Sons, Plumbing and Heating Engineers along with the community village hall. The towns of Castle Douglas and Dumfries are easily accessible by car or by a regular local bus services.
Crocketford is surrounded by lovely countryside and rolling Galloway Hills. Auchenreoch Loch nearby offers a variety of water sports and rural cycle routes are directed around the surrounding villages. There is a primary school in the popular neighbouring village of Springholm which is 2 miles away with a school bus pick-up point at the bottom of the village.
Dumfries, the County Town for the region offers a good selection of various supermarkets, other retail facilities and a variety of local amenities and leisure activities, Dumfries also boosts its own University and Campus (University of the West of Scotland). The new Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary opened December 2017. There is a Railway Station located within Dumfries and there is a motorway link within a 33 mile radius, allowing you to travel north or south.
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.