A traditional 1 ½ storey semi-detached Galloway Cottage with slate roof situated in a quiet village location overlooking the Spottes Burn. This property has an idyllic garden to the rear with a variety of plants, trees and shrubs.
Brook Cottage is a delightful stone built semi-detached property which retains many of its traditional features whilst benefiting from a modern extension to the rear overlooking the wonderful garden. The property offers a good balance of accommodation and outside space.
Haugh of Urr is a delightful village located some 3.5 miles from the market town of Castle Douglas and within easily commutable distance of Dumfries, some 15 miles or so away. The village retains its own charming village pub and a well-regarded primary school within walking distance at nearby Hardgate. The property enjoys a private location with an excellent outlook over fields and to the Galloway hills beyond
Plentiful and large, the garden is to rear. Mainly laid to lawn there are four sections: Immediately behind the property there is a patio area perfect for alfresco dining which leads into a lawned area with mature shrubbery. The next section is partially laid to lawn, partially to vegetable plot and partially to Orchard with assorted fruit trees. The third area has a polytunnel. There is a lawned area located behind the garage which currently has a caravan sited on it. The caravan can be included in the sale on a sold as seen basis.
Garage Single garage to side with access from Laigh Raw.