9 The Doon is a very well presented three bedroom home. The back of the house faces south and enjoys a lovely outlook to the south over the rear garden to the field adjacent to the garden and the surrounding countryside.
The house benefits from uPVC double glazing throughout and gas central heating via a combi gas boiler. It benefits from generous built-in storage, gated off road parking to the front, a lovely garden, and all rooms are well proportioned.
Twynholm is an active community benefiting from a Primary School, Village Shop, Garage, and 2 Pubs/Hotels. There are many community activities organised in the nearby Village Hall.
Further facilities are available in Kirkcudbright approximately 3½ miles away, which is an attractive harbour town situated on the banks of the River Dee. Of historic and architectural interest with its ancient High Street, Tolbooth Arts Centre, Stewartry Museum and numerous galleries. Long frequented by artists it was home to the renowned artist, EA Hornel, one of the “Glasgow Boys”. Kirkcudbright is popular with tourists attracted by the well renowned galleries and maintains a flourishing colony of artists and craft workers which has led to it being called the “Artists’ Town”. Kirkcudbright enjoys a wide variety of mainly family owned shops, pubs, hotels and restaurants whilst offering a wide range of facilities including its own golf course, marina, swimming pool and an active summer festivities programme including its own jazz festival and tattoo.
The South West of Scotland is a genuinely rural area with its gentle rolling landscape, mild climate and dramatic coastline with a good range of outdoor activities 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.
ENTRANCE PORCH 1.71m x 1.05m (5’07” x 3’05”)
UPVC exterior door incorporating letterbox with obscure glazed panel to upper part. Meter cupboard housing the RCD board (modern equivalent of fuse board). Coathooks. Carpet to match the hall. A glazed inner door with matching glazed side panel provides borrowed light to the hall.
HALL 4.38m x 1.02m (14’04” x 3’04”)
Hatch over to attic space. Full height built-in airing cupboard with space beneath for tumble dryer. Radiator. Carpet. The attic runs the full length of the house and provides ample space for storage. There is a pulldown ladder to give easy access.
DOUBLE BEDROOM (Front) 3.83m x 2.98m (12’06” x 9’09”)
Window with outlook to front garden. Built-in wardrobe with hanging rail beneath and shelf above. Radiator. Carpet. Vertical blinds.
DOUBLE BEDROOM (Rear) 3.79m x 3.45m (12’05” x 11’03”)
Window facing south with pleasant outlook over pasture. Built-in wardrobe with hanging rail beneath and shelf over. Radiator. Carpet.
THIRD DOUBLE BEDROOM (Rear)
3.44m x 3.13m (11’03” x 10’03”)
Currently used as a dining room, this double bedroom has a south facing window with outlook to adjacent pasture. Built-in wardrobe with hanging rail beneath and shelf over. Carpet. Radiator.
BATHROOM 1.86m x 1.82m (6’01” x 5’11”)
With enamel bath, W.C. and wash hand basin, all in white. Over the bath is a Triton Amber III electric shower and there is a shower rail to the side of the bath with the bath surround being fully tiled. Obscure glazed window. White heated ladder towel rail. Vinyl floor.
LIVING ROOM 4.58m 3.67m (15’00” x 12’00”)
Currently used as a generous sitting room, the living room has sufficient space for dining also if preferred. A central feature is the flame effect gas fire. Display shelf to one side. Radiator with thermostatic control. Window with lovely outlook to adjacent pasture. Carpet.
KITCHEN 3.79m x 2.68m (12’05” x 8’09”)
Fully fitted with floor and wall units. New World Newhome gas cooker with four burner hob, double oven and grill. Space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Radiator. Vinyl floor. Roller-blind and net curtains to window with outlook to the front. UPVC exterior door with obscure glazed panel to upper part. Worcester Greenstar 29 CDi combi gas boiler.
To the front there is a gated driveway with concrete paving slabs and gravel allowing off road parking. A paved path leads to the front door and continues along the front of the house. Much of the front is laid to lawn with flower bed around planted with a variety of annuals and perennials. Wall with wrought iron balustrade and gates.
To the side of the house the paved path continues towards the rear and the remainder of the side is laid in gravel for ease of maintenance. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with an attractive curved path leading down towards the shed, greenhouse, and summerhouse.
WOODEN SHED 2.91m x 2.46m (9’06” x 8’00”)
With pitched felted roof, and window to side.
GREENHOUSE 2.54m x 1.85m (8’04” x 6’00”)
SUMMERHOUSE 2.87m x 2.29m (9’04” x 7’06”)
The wooden summerhouse has a pitched roof and double doors give access. There are windows to three sides.
The Council Tax Band relating to this property is a Band B.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE RATING
The Energy Efficiency Rating for this property is a Band D
The agents assume that the subjects are served by mains water, mains electricity, mains gas and mains drainage but no guarantee can be given at this stage.
Subject to negotiation.
A home report has been prepared for this property and can be obtained by contacting One Survey on 0141 338 6222 or by simply logging on to www.onesurvey.org
GENERAL ENQUIRIES, VIEWING & OFFERS
Offers are invited in the style of the Scottish Standard Offer and incorporating the Scottish Standard Clauses.
For the benefit of Solicitors, the DX Number is 580813, Kirkcudbright and the Fax Number is 01557 332057