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3 bedroom detached house for sale
Plot 24, Crossmichael, Kirkcudbrightshire
This three bedroom home provides an impressive living space, featuring a fantastic family lounge, double french doors lead out to the garden creating and airy garden room atmosphere..Showhouses open for viewing every Saturday and Sunday 11-4pm . Videos of properties available at www.realter.co.uk
Oak doors, moulded skirtings and facings
glazed doors to lounge and diningroom
Coving to lower hall, lounge and diningroom
Fitted wardrobes with shelf and hanging rail to all bedrooms
Master bedroom en-suite
Wall hung Porcelanosa sanitary ware to bathroom and en-suite
height Porcelanosa tiling to bathroom and en-suite
Bath and seperate shower
Heated towel rail to bathroom and en-suite
Downlights to kitchen and bathroom
Telephone point to lounge and master bedroom
Door bell and lantern light to front door
External light to rear door
Power point and light to garage
Chrome and brass sockets throughout
Chrome and brass handles to all internal doors
Full calor gas fired central heating with thermostatic valves
Double glazed lockable windows with 5 point locks to all external doors
Coloured (Caramel Sand) Crown emulsion to all rooms
Bespoke, fully fitted kitchen
Soft self closing drawers
Stainless steel oven, hob and hood
Turf to front and rear gardens
1.8 meter screen fencing (see Sales Advisor for plot specific detail)
Decorative slab to patio area
Fully monobloc driveway
Fully fitted alarm system
The specifications are included for guidance only and are not intended to be contractual or binding. External finishes and internal specification can vary from plot to plot
Set within the parish of the Church of St Michael, amid gentle rolling hills and woodland, and adjacent to the beautiful Loch Ken, The Spires, Crossmichael, is the most creative and attractive development in South West Scotland.
The village was once connected to the Gordon's of Kenmure, a family linked to the legendary Young Lochnivar which has a fascinating history going back to Princess Devorguilla - The Queen of the South. This unique development is named after the unusual round tower of the Church at Crossmichael that was built circa 1731. The church bell made in 1611, remains in use to this day. The initial concept for the design of the house styles at Crossmichael was created by Simpson & Brown of Edinburgh, Scotland's foremost conservation architects. Designed to carefully blend with the character of the village and at the same time providing family homes of luxury and space seldom available today.
Crossmichael has a local primary school and additional primary and secondary schools are available in nearby Castle Douglas. A university campus linked to Paisley University is located in Dumfries.
An excellent new health centre has recently opened at Castle Douglas to serve the local area, with all major medical facilities provided by Dumfries General Hospital.
The nearby town of Castle Douglas is known as the food town of Dumfries & Galloway. Excellent specialist shopping is complemented by the new Tesco Extra Superstore.
Crossmichael has a local pub, The Thistle, where you can dine or just enjoy the craic, with a selection of good beers and whisky.
Leisure & Recreation
Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Crossmichael offers an excellent range of leisure and recreational pursuits. The village has developed from a small farming community into a peaceful base, ideal for touring the Galloway Forest Park and the other attractions of this unspoilt part of Kirkcudbrightshire. A home at Crossmichael offers an unbeatable lifestyle experience. Enjoy the variety of sailing and water skiing at the village marina, or Loch Ken, fishing, mountain biking, hill walking or exploring the many wildlife sites available on your doorstep.
The Galloway Forest Park is home to some of Scotland's most stunningly beautiful birds. The Golden Eagles, Ospreys, Buzzards, Falcons and Kestrels can be viewed in their natural habitat, in addition to the recently re-introduced Red Kites that can frequently be seen around Crossmichael.
Crossmichael is situated on the A713, three miles North of Castle Douglas. The A713 is easily reached within Castle Douglas as it forms a junction with the A75 main Dumfries to Stranraer road. From the north The Spires can also be reached by way of the same A713 which runs all the way South from Ayr. On reaching Crossmichael proceed through the village and take second road on the right, passing the Parish Church on left. The development is 200 yards on the right.
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