First time buyers/Buy to Let

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You have finally saved enough for a deposit for your first house, so now for the fun bit – property hunting! We have several properties which would be perfect ‘first time buyer’ homes whether you are looking for a bit of project or a property in walk in condition. Give us a ring and see if we have the ideal first property for you.

6 Devorgilla Place, Dumfries (Marchfields Area of Dumfries) 

An ideal first time buyers home or buy to let opportunity.  An immaculately presented two bedroom mid-terraced house in a highly sought after area of Dumfries.

An excellent opportunity has arisen to purchase this two bedroom house presented in move in condition in a highly sought after area of Dumfries. Built in 2014, the property benefits from modern fixtures and fittings throughout. Early internal inspection is highly recommended.

Balgreen, Bridge of Dee, Castle Douglas 


A delightful one bedroomed cottage, which is tidy and modern in design, in move in condition this property would suit a first time buyer, someone looking to downsize to one level living or an affordable bolt hole which is situated in a quiet village close to all that Dumfries and Galloway has to offer.

The Bridge of Dee itself has a community hall with various activities on offer and also a local bakery shop which sells many essentials. The property benefits from beautiful views from the rear of the garden over open farmland.

47 Castledykes Road, Kirkcudbright

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A semi-detached timber clad property in established residential area conveniently located for schools and other facilities. Ideally suited as a first time buyer’s or family home but equally suited as a buy to let investment. The property benefits from UPVC double glazing, electric heating and a modern UPVC conservatory to the rear

12 The Doon, Twynholm


Number 12 The Doon is a spacious Semi-detached Bungalow situated in the popular residential area of Twynholm, The Doon. Well-proportioned accommodation offered throughout is further enhanced by pleasant, low-maintenance outside space given to the front and rear of the property.

34 Stirling Crescent, Kirkcudbright


Kirkcudbright, this property is an excellent prospect for either a family or first time buyer looking for a spacious and easy to maintain home.
Admittedly in need of some modernisation this property is very tidy and clean and it is in move in condition with no immediate attention required in any of the rooms. A prospective purchaser may wish to redecorate to improve the cosmetic appeal of this home, the price reflects this position.  Set within minutes of Kirkcudbright town centre with all the local amenities which this Artist’s town has to offer this is an ideal opportunity not to be missed.

15 Princess Street, Kirkcudbright

15 Princess Street is an easily managed, lovely family home. The present owners have made many improvements and the property now benefits from: full UPVC double glazing; full gas central heating with the boiler installed in 2014; a lovely fitted kitchen; well-equipped bathroom and a high standard of decoration throughout; Both front and rear gardens have been paved and graveled for ease of maintenance.

The current owners have also cleverly formed the single bedroom and the use of a bed that folds away against the wall creates useful floor space during the day.

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