Oak House is a superb architect designed detached house in the Royal Burgh of New Galloway. The property is finished to a high standard throughout and well positioned in a generous plot extending to approximately 2.5 acres. The property and garden have magnificent views across the Glenkens.
Oak House offers well-proportioned; light and versatile accommodation making this property an attractive proposition for a variety of different buyers. It is well positioned within its large plot allowing it to enjoy fine views from every room.
New Galloway has its own primary school, doctor’s surgery and active community attractions including the CatStrand, the Smiddy, local shop, local pubs and local post office. The village is also well served by public transport links, north to Dalry and beyond and south to Castle Douglas (some 14 miles away) and beyond. Dalry has a secondary school which is complemented by Castle Douglas High School after fourth year.
Oak House has a magnificent garden which can be accessed directly from the front of the house via the long, sweeping driveway or from various points around the house.
There are several patio seating areas to the rear and to the side giving the owners plenty of opportunity to enjoy the sun and of course the stunning garden. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and planted up with various fruit bushes (such as raspberries, damsons and blackberries), along with a variety of shrubs and plants giving a
wonderful tranquil garden catching magnificent views over the Glenkens.
The garden for Oak House is a spectacular oasis in the heart of Galloway, mainly laid to lawn, with lots of various private areas. Large wooden shed, workshop. The rear garden offers extensive views over the Glenkens towards Loch Ken and New Galloway. The garden has a wonderful selection of apple trees, plum trees and
extends to approximately 2.5 acres.
Immediately to the rear of the property there is a large wraparound patio area laid to paving stones and gravel with a raised flower bed border and further lawn area beyond with a mixture of trees, including newly planted Sequoia, Willow trees andthe Oak Tree (believed to be around 400 years old) which helped give the property its name. There is a paved path that leads beyond the conservatory round to the side patio and gives direct access to the front garden and snug/family room. Oil tank. There are steps leading down from this area to a wonderful secret garden style path that winds along the perimeter of the property. The rear gardens and greenhouses also benefit from its own irrigation network.
Garage 6.20m x 3.51m
Concrete floor. Electric “up and over” door. Built-in shelving for storage with power and water. The garage attic space is fully boarded for further storage. To the rear of the garage there is a uPVC double glazed door leading to the patio, with uPVC double glazed window and some built-in kitchen cupboards with work surfaces above.