15 St David Street is a well laid out family home. Both the sitting room and the kitchen/diner are of very generous dimensions, whilst upstairs there are four bedrooms. The property also benefits from a good sized workshop to the rear and a large covered lean-to store, as well as an attractive and thoughtfully landscaped garden.
The property enjoys the benefit of uPVC double glazing throughout and oil fired central heating with thermostatic controls to radiators. Dual central heating controls allow the heating upstairs to be controlled separately from downstairs. When the central heating boiler was replaced, the current owners also arranged for pipes to be led to the exterior to make it easier to add an alternative heat source, such as a wood chip boiler, if desired.
All carpets and fitted floor coverings together with all curtains are included in the sale. Freestanding appliances are not generally included unless specifically mentioned.
Kirkpatrick Durham itself is an attractive Galloway conservation village handily located approximately 6 miles northeast of Castle Douglas. It is free from traffic noise from the A75 but enjoys easy access to it and is approximately 12 miles west of Dumfries.
The southwest of Scotland is a genuinely rural area with its gentle rolling landscape, mild climate and dramatic coastline. The area offers a good range of sporting and outdoor activities including shooting, fishing and golfing.
UTILITY ROOM 3.24m x 2.36m (maximum) (10’7” x 7’9”) The utility room is accessed through an obscure glazed uPVC door from the rear courtyard, and this is adjacent to the back door from the kitchen. It benefits from heat from a radiator with thermostatic control.
Obscure glazed window. Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, space for freezer. To one corner of the room is a separate W.C. compartment with wash hand basin and W.C. and further window to this area.
WORKSHOP 4.42m x 2.94m (14’5” x 9’7”) Stone and brick built with pitched roof, electric power and light, concrete floor. Clear panel to the roof allowing natural light.
LEAN-TO STORE 9.6m x 2.97m (31’6” x 9’8”) The lean-to store makes use of the existing walls of the house and garden to create an area protected from the weather. It is accessible from the patio doors at the back of the sitting room or from a door leading through from the workshop. It has a concrete floor and corrugated plastic roof. There is a log store area to the rear and generous storage space to the front. Electric light.
GARDEN A gravel path leads up the side of the house to a large patio area immediately to the rear of the house. A path continues up the side of the garden. The garden slopes up from the patio and there is an attractive rockery area with winding steps leading up through it to an area of grass. Towards the rear of the garden there is a paved circular sitting area and flower beds.
BURDENS The Council Tax Band relating to this property is E.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE RATING The Energy Efficiency Rating for this property is E.
SERVICES The agents assume that the subjects are served by mains water, mains electricity and mains drainage but no guarantee can be given at this stage. The central heating is oil fired.
ENTRY Early entry available.