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Key Features



Entrance Vestibule
Enter through double glazed front door in to vestibule with ceramic tiled flooring, ceiling light, coving and internal half glazed door to hall

The hall benefits from real oak flooring, ceiling light, coving, bell sounder and storage cupboard with coat hooks and lighting. The Drawing room is to the right at the front, Kitchen and Diner on the right to the rear which then leads through to the Sitting room, bedroom 3/study on the left to front and downstairs cloakroom on the left with door leading through to integral double garage. The Stairs are in front

Drawing room
21' 6" x 17' 5" (6.55m x 5.30m)
The spacious Drawing room with a beautiful, feature marble fireplace and hearth with inset multi fuel stove presently acts as an additional Lounge area and Dining room. It has real oak flooring, double glazed windows to the front and side with curtains, pelmets and curtain rails, ceiling light, TV point,BT point, 4 picture lights, coving and French doors leading out to the front patio

Kitchen and Dining Area
20' 2" x 17' 5" (6.15m x 5.30m)
The Kitchen Dining area has a real traditional farmhouse feel to it affording great space. With wall and base units through out with under unit lighting, plentiful work surfaces, Rangemaster cooker with Rangemaster chimney hood above, integrated dishwasher and dual bin store, Belfast sink, wall tiles, ceramic floor tiles, 16 spotlights, BT point, coving and double glazed windows to the rear and side with roller blinds. Half glazed doors lead through to the utility room and on to the side garden and at the rear through to the sitting room

Utility Room
The utility room has plumbing and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer, wall units, 2 spotlights, ceramic tiled flooring and stable door leading to side garden

Sitting room
18' 6" x 15' 5" (5.65m x 4.70m)
The Sitting room with double glazed windows across the rear wall affords unique views across the local countryside to the hills in the distance. It also benefits from a multi fuel stove mounted on a slate hearth, real oak flooring, ceiling light, TV point, curtain blinds and curtain rails and French doors leading out to the rear patio

Bedroom 3/Study
10' 8" x 8' 10" (3.25m x 2.70m)
The downstairs bedroom/study has oak wood flooring, double glazed windows to the front and side, blinds, ceiling light, coving and BT point.

Cloak Room
The Cloakroom consists of a 2 piece suite of WC and wash hand basin, chrome heated towel rail, ceiling light, coving, ceramic tiled flooring, double glazed window to the side with curtain and curtain rail and door leading down to the double garage. The present owners have had drawings made up to allow this room to have a bath added

Carpeted stairs with hand rails lead up past double glazed window overlooking the side garden to the landing

The Landing has a fitted carpet, ceiling light, coving, smoke alarm and loft access with a slingsby ladder to a floored loft with lighting. The Master bedroom is to the rear and bedroom 2 to the front

Master Bedroom and En-Suite
15' 1" x 14' 9" (4.60m x 4.50m)
The Master bedroom is extremely spacious and airy with panoramic views across the countryside. It has a fitted carpet, 2 sets of double built in wardrobes with hanging rails and shelving, radiator, ceiling light, coving, TV point, BT point, curtain rail and curtains

Master En-suite
20' 0" x 6' 3" (6.10m x 1.90m)
The Master En-Suite is absolutely stunning. It has a 5 piece suite consisting of free standing oval bath, 2 wash hand basins within a vanity unit with overhead mirrors and shaver points, Wc and walk in shower with thermostatic power shower. The bathroom has fully tiled walls and ceramic floor tiling, 2 chrome heated towel rails, 10 spotlights, full height rotating cupboard with mirror, extractor fan and double glazed window with blind to the rear

Double Bedroom with Ensuite Bathroom
14' 9" x 11' 2" (4.50m x 3.40m)
The second double bedroom also benefits from its own en-suite bathroom. It has a fitted carpet, 3 built in wardrobes - one housing the hot water tank, with hanging rails and shelving, radiator, ceiling light, 2 wall lights, coving and double glazed windows to the front and side

En Suite
The En-suite has a 3 piece suite of WC, wash hand basin and bath with overhead thermostatic shower and shower screen. The walls are fully tiled, with ceramic tiled flooring, chrome heated towel rail6 spotlights and double glazed window to the front with blinds

Having entered the property through wooden ranch gates the driveway swings up to the double garage. It creates plentiful parking space for multiple cars

Integral Double Garage
The integral double garage has up and over electric doors, power points, lighting and houses the oil fired central heating boiler

Front Garden
The large front garden is mainly laid to lawn with a range of trees, mature bushes, shrubs and flower beds around the outside with views across to the local hills. A gate leads through to the side garden

Side Garden
The side garden is mainly laid with paving stones and decorative chips. It has a summerhouse, green house, log sheds and a range of trees beyond providing stunning colour and shelter

Rear Garden
A further gate leads through to the rear garden which is predominantly on a bank with a range of mature shrubs, bushes, trees and rockery

Front Patio
At the front of the house outside the Drawing room is a paved patio with rockery below, creating a welcoming and sheltered seating area

Rear Patio
Along the rear of the home is a further paved patio with overhead cover, heater and light. Again this provides stunning views and is ideal for an entertaining evening drink or barbeque

Additional Information
Gatehouse of Fleet is a charming Georgian town , widely admired for its historic buildings. It owes its development in the 18th century to the entrepreneur James Murray of Broughton whose mansion, Cally Palace, is now an acclaimed hotel. In Murray's day, Gatehouse became a thriving centre of the water powered cotton industry and in 1795 had four cotton mills, a brass foundry, a brewery, brickworks, tanneries and a substantial population. Today it is better known for the remarkable beauty of its setting.

Gatehouse of Fleet is within the Fleet Valley National Scenic Area and is surrounded by ancient woods, hills and forests. The mild southwest climate is reflected in the many exotic plants which grow in its gardens. There is sailing in both the Solway Firth and nearby lochs and the nearby Cardness Shoreline has one of the finest beaches in the south of Scotland. For lovers of sport, Gatehouse cricket club, football club, bowling club, tennis club and one of Scotland's most unique golf courses are all on offer. The challenging nine hole Gatehouse of Fleet course is in excellent order and much admired.

Within Gatehouse of Fleet there is a primary school which feeds into Kirkcudbright Academy. There are four churches, several cafés as well as good local shops, a medical surgery, a chemist and a variety of other professional services, as well as good bus links to Dumfries and Stranraer. Kirkcudbright lies approximately 9 miles from Gatehouse and offers additional shopping, transport and professional services. For further information www.gatehouse-of-fleet.co.uk.

Gatehouse of Fleet is also famous for its varied wildlife with the Red Kite Trail within close proximity. The nearby Galloway Forest Park extends to approximately 300 square miles and has an outstanding variety of wildlife including red squirrels, fallow deer and a variety of birds of prey. In 2009 the International Dark Sky Association confirmed dark sky status on the Galloway Forest Park, the first area in Scotland to be so designated. The gardens of Brownhill enjoy wonderful bird life and red squirrels are frequent visitors.

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