One Hallburn is a unique 4 bedroom lower villa occupying the bottom half of one of the earliest Churches in Dalbeattie. It is steeped in the history of the town and surrounding area having also served as the site of a Napoleonic era Militia and a local Territorial Army Unit until after World War II. The property features extensive storage capacity and/or scope for development to the rear in the form of the former Territorial Army drill hut/shower block and garage.
This “walk-in” condition family property is located in the heart of the town close to all local amenities and ideally situated close to Dalbeattie’s brand new learning campus. Other local amenities which Dalbeattie has to offer include a beautiful park, golf course, the famous “7 stanes” forest cycle path, Tennis Club, and Badminton Club. The Bridge Wellness Centre is also quite literally a stone’s throw away from the property offering yoga, pilates, holistic therapies and the like.
The town itself is also a stone’s throw away from the picturesque coastal villages of Kippford and Rockcliffe, with many fine beaches and beautiful scenery. The “food town” of Castle Douglas is also just a few miles away and has a swimming pool, boutique shops and restaurants.
KITCHEN 3.78m x 2.35m 12’4” x 7’7”)
Wooden double glazed windows to the front. Fitted wall and floor units. Laid out in linoleum. Tiled work surfaces. Tiled splash-backs. Exposed wooden beams in the ceiling. Space for washing machine and gas cooker/hob.
DINING ROOM 4.42m x 3.51m (at its widest) (14’5” x 11’5”)
Accessed via the kitchen, the dining room is laid out in carpet. Radiator. Wooden double glazed windows with outlook to the front. Space for fridge/freezer and storage cupboard above. Storage cupboard containing boiler and additional shelving.
BEDROOM 1 3.63 x 3.08m (11’9” x 10’10”)
Accessed via the central hallway, bedroom number 1 features wooden double glazed windows looking on to the garden at the rear. Wooden, painted flooring. Radiator.
BEDROOM 2 3.08m x 3.20m (10’10” x 10’5”)
Laid out in carpet. Wooden double glazed windows to the rear. Radiator.
BATHROOM 3.32m x 1.68m (10’9” x 5’5”)
Moving up the hallway, the next room on the right is a bathroom, installed in 2016. Features bath, W.C., wash-hand basin with cupboards underneath. Double glazed obscured window to the front, wall mounted mirror and another wall mounted, mirrored storage unit. Towel rail. Shower cubicle. Coat rail. Spotlights.
BEDROOM 3 3.08m x 3.29m (at its widest) (10’10” x 10’8)
Moving up the hallway, bedroom number 3 is off to the left. Laid out in carpet. Wooden double glazed windows to the rear. Radiator. Coat rail.
LIVING ROOM 4.91m x 3.32m (at its longest) (16’11” X 10’9”)
Wooden double glazed windows to the front. Wooden fireplace with a space for log burner. Radiator. Laid out in carpet. T.V. point. Telephone point.
BEDROOM 4 3.29m x 3.02m (10’8” x 9’9)
Continuing up the hallway on to the left bedroom number 4 contains a large built-in wardrobe with two cupboard openings. Wooden double glazed windows to the rear. Laid out in carpet. Radiator.
The front door to the property leads on to the off-street driveway used as an additional parking area. The entrance also features a handy cloakroom area.
The garden is accessed via the private access driveway or the back door at the bottom of the hallway. The driveway is accessed via a substantial wooden gate. The driveway is laid out in pea gravel. The rear of the property/garden area is bounded by a drystone dyke to one side. The garden contains a paved area suitable for summer dining and entertainment, a raised area with shrubs, gravel and pot plants, an area of lawn and a greenhouse.
The property contains substantial outbuildings which had previously been used by the Territorial Army/Armed Forces Reserves. Including:
DRILL SHED 11.0m x 5.0m (36’1” x 16’4”)
Large wooden hut construction with corrugated iron roof. Working open fireplace. Concrete flooring. Lighting throughout. Windows to the side and rear. Interior rooms, one formerly used as a photographic dark room.
WOOD SHED 6.10m x 2.68m (20’0” X 8’8”)
Off to the side of the drill shed is an additional lean-to hut currently used as a wood shed. Concrete floor. Corrugated iron roof. Wooden construction. Lighting. Windows to the rear and side.
Substantial stone buildings formerly a toilet and shower block utilised by the Territorial Army/Armed Forces Reserves. Connected to water supply (toilet has been drained). Slate roof.
The Council Tax Band relating to this property is D.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE RATING
The Energy Efficiency Rating for this property is 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.