A traditional two storey and attic semi-detached south facing townhouse set off the town’s wide high street. The property benefits from oil fired central heating complemented by a Thornton Dale multi-fuel stove and double glazing, providing well-proportioned family accommodation.
Dalry is an attractive village with wide streets and it has an active community. Set in the heart of the village near to the village store and both the Clachan Inn and Lochinvar Hotel which provide bar and restaurant facilities. Dalry is set in the Glenkens which is well served by activities based at the Catstrand in New Galloway bringing community and arts facilities to the area.
The southwest of Scotland is a genuinely rural area with its gentle rolling landscape, mild climate and dramatic coastline. The area has a good range of sport and outdoor activities with opportunities to take shooting in the area, fishing on the nearby rivers and of course golf. The property is also ideally located to take advantage of a number of outdoor pursuits and leisure activities including hill walking on the nearby Southern Upland Way or Galloway Forest Park, water sports on Loch Ken or to enjoy the many cultural events at the thriving Community Arts Trust at the Catstrand in New Galloway.
The front garden has a low level stone wall and cast iron painted railing. Raised beds planted with clematis to front. Monoblock paving and concrete walkway with under cover canopy leading to front door.
Shared vehicular drive to side and shared gravelled area at rear. Beyond the garage there is a good sized long but narrow garden planted with bamboo and a colourful mixture of mature shrubs and trees leading to a very good sized level slabbed patio at the bottom of the garden.
19’11” x 10’0” (6.07m x 3.07m)
Concrete floor. Wooden pedestrian door. Sliding wooden garage door. Corrugated steel with a corrugated roof. Power and light.
Wooden garden shed with extensive level slabbed patio at the bottom of the garden with pedestrian access to rear lane at the Bowling Club.