Originally part of the Kings Arms Hotel, this three bedroom property has been completely redesigned and renovated to form a modern, architect designed, home. The latest in insulation technology and solar panels provide comfort and warmth with low running costs and the open plan layout lends a bright, modern feel to this historic building.
Set over three floors, the lower ground floor with its own entrance can be used as a ‘granny flat’ or to create an income as holiday accommodation.
The picturesque village of Dunscore nestles in the hills only nine miles North West of the regional capital of Dumfries with its amenities and transport links.
Accommodation Lower ground- double bedroom. Kitchen/living room, shower room
Ground floor- open plan living room and dining area, kitchen
First floor- two double bedrooms, bathroom
Outside Off street parking at front and private garden to rear with summerhouse/workshop
Viewing Strictly by appointment. Contact the selling agents on option 2)
A modern and comfortable three bedroom property within a historic building of character
Lower ground floor
Entrance hallway Wooden front door glazed panel, and stairs to first floor, entrance to living/dining room
Kitchen/living room 6.02m x 4.10m
uPVC double glazed windows and door to front, recessed spotlights, two radiators, kitchen area with shaker style base units, tiled splashbacks, composite sink with single drainer and mixer tap, belling electric double oven with stainless steel extractor above, Xpelair extractor fan, hoover silent pulse washing machine, laminate floor
Bedroom one 4.35m x 3.05m
uPVC double glazed window to rear, door to back garden, striplights, radiator, laminate floor
Shower room 2.60m x 2.98m
uPVC double glazed window to rear, recessed spotlights, radiator, Xpelair extractor fan, white WC and wash hand basin, mira vie electric power shower, vanity unit, tiled walls and floor
Open plan living room & dining room 6.10m x 8.24m
uPVC double glazed windows to front & rear, three pendant light fittings and recessed spotlights, two radiators, TV and telephone points, multi-fuel stove on sandstone hearth with oak mantle, living area carpeted and dining area laminate flooring
Kitchen 3.78m x 3.38m
uPVC double glazed windows to rear, pendant light fitting and feature light strip, wall and base units with under unit lighting and oak worktops, matching moveable butcher's block, stainless steel sink with drainer and mixer tap, siemens integral electric fan oven, neff integral dual microwave and oven, aeg ceramic hob with stainless steel extractor over, American style hoover fridge/freezer, laminate flooring
Velux window to front, two walk in cupboards with shelving and housing gledhill stainleess lite economy water heater, two further under eaves storage cupboards, fitted carpet
Bedroom two 4.20m x 3.30m
uPVC double glazed windows to front and side, pendant light fitting and light rail, radiator, two built in wardrobes, fitted carpet
Bedroom three 3.33m x 2.71m
uPVC double glazed window to front, pendant light fitting, radiator, recess with hanging rail, access to attic, fitted carpet
Upstairs shower room
uPVC double glazed window to rear, chrome lighting strip, white designer wash hand basin and white WC, tiled walls, 1 1/2 size shower cubicle with mains fed shower and respotec walls, Xpelair extractor fan, radiator, vinyl floor covering.
Parking to front, private and enclosed rear garden with lawn and paved seating area, summerhouse/workshop (3.04m x 2.44m) with power and light, outside power sockets
Mains water, electricity and drainage.
Electric fischer future economy heating
Council Tax Band – D
EPC - B
Guide price £225,000
Early entry available.
Prospective purchasers should note that only parties who have noted interest through their solicitor will be notified should a closing date be fixed. The Seller, however, reserves the right to sell the property without setting a closing date.
Should be submitted in Scottish Form to:-
Messrs. Grieve, Grierson, Moodie & Walker, Solicitors, 14 Castle Street, Dumfries
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The details presented have been carefully prepared and they are believed to be correct, but are not guaranteed and are not in themselves to form the basis of any contract. A purchaser should satisfy himself on the basic facts before a contract is concluded