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GLENAIRLIE

CROCKETFORD, DUMFRIES, DG2 8QD

**SOLD**

Offered for Sale

Offers Over £245,000

Property Details

Property Type

  • Smallholding

GLENAIRLIE

  • CHARMING 3 BEDROOM BUNGALOW
  • OUTBUILDINGS TO INCLUDE STABLE
  • 2 GRAZING PADDOCKS
  • CLOSE TO MAJOR COMMUTING LINKS
  • NO IMMEDIATE NEIGHBOURS
  • ABOUT 2.186 ACRES
  • EPC - E (42)
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Glenairlie offers the successful purchaser the opportunity to acquire a very well maintained smallholding centred around a really charming, sympathetically modernised bungalow. The property benefits from a range of outbuildings to include stables, workshop & garage. This lifestyle smallholding has been upgraded to incorporate features of modern day living, yet retaining the character of the property. The current owners of Glenairlie own a range of small animals and horses, which the property seems ideally suited.

Glenairlie is located in a rural location just 6 miles west of the regional centre of Dumfries. The property is ideally situated to major commuting links and lies in close proximity to the new hospital at Dumfries.

 

Living Room

 

This very attractive, charming three-bedroom bungalow is mainly of stone & brick built construction, under a slated roof. The property is situated on an elevated site. Over the years the current owners have tastefully upgraded and modernised the dwelling, which provides comfortable family accommodation.

The regional centre of Dumfries is a short drive from the property, with this busy market town offering all essential and professional services, along with three retail parks, an ice rink and a modern sports centre. Dumfries offers a wide choice of both primary and secondary schooling with the Crichton University Campus offering a wide variety of further education courses.

This area of Southwest Scotland is a varied and picturesque part of Southern Scotland, ranging from the moorland of the Southern Upland hills to the bays and sandy beaches of the Solway Coast. It is an historic and distinctly rural county where agriculture and tourism form the back bone of the local economy. Given the diverse landscape and proximity to not only the Solway Coast, but to the Mabie and Dalbeattie forests the area offers unique walks, equestrian hacking, cycling, sailing and for the keen golfer, Dumfries & Galloway boasts no fewer than twenty-nine 18 hole courses. Equestrian activities are a feature of the county, with two active branches of the Pony Club of Great Britain.

Communications and arterial links are very good with the A75 in close proximity and the M6 and M74 at Lockerbie, less than half an hour’s drive to the east of the property. The ferry link at Cairnryan is some 70 miles distant, with the international airports of Glasgow and Prestwick within easy driving distance.

 

 

Bedroom 3

 

Staircase off to floored attic space, currently utilised as a hobby room

Glenairlie offers the successful purchaser the opportunity to acquire a very well maintained smallholding centred around a really charming, sympathetically modernised bungalow.

Glenairlie, view from the side

The property benefits from a range of outbuildings to include stables, workshop & garage. This lifestyle smallholding has been upgraded to incorporate all features of modern day living, yet retaining some of the original features.

Central Hallway

The current owners of Glenairlie own a range of small animals and horses, which the property seems ideally suited.

Sherman having a wee nosey

 

Concrete pad at the stables

Local services are located in the nearby villages of Crocketford, which benefits from a hotel, village shop, craft outlet, etc. Lochfoot, which is just over 2 miles distant has the nearest primary school, which has just been recently modernised.

Aerial view of Glenairlie

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