- Generous Garden
- Three Spacious Reception Rooms
- Four Bedrooms
- Semi-Rural Location
- Family Bathroom
- Gas Central Heating
- Double Glazing
An end-terrace house with 4 double bedrooms in Twynholm with a driveway and gardens. 34 High Street has a living room, a lounge, a dining room, a box room, a kitchen and a family bathroom. Outside there is a driveway and a generous rear garden. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing.
Access the property via the front door into the entrance hall with a carpeted staircase leading to the first floor and doors to the living room and dining room. The fireplace in the living room has a wood burning stove, a window to the front of the property and a door leading into the kitchen. The dining room has a window to the front of the property and an archway through to the lounge with an electric fire and a window to the rear of the property. The living room has a door leading into the kitchen with a selection of fitted wall and base units, a window to the rear of the property and an external door leading out to a covered porch and to the generous, split level rear garden and driveway. The carpeted staircase leads to the first-floor landing with doors to the box room, family bathroom and 4 bedrooms. There is a box room and bedrooms 1 and 2 which have windows to the front of the property. Bedrooms 3 and 4 have windows to the rear of the property.
There is a low-maintenance front garden with railings and a post box, as this property was a former post office. There is walking access to the right of the property and driving access to the rear of the property with a driveway, space to build a garage and a split level garden mostly laid to lawn with a selection of mature trees and shrubs. There is a path leading up to the rear of the house. Twynholm Village is an active community benefiting from a primary school, a village shop, a garage, and 2 pubs/hotels. There are many community activities organised in the nearby village hall. Twynholm is 3.5 miles from Kirkcudbright. The harbour town of Kirkcudbright provides a range of services including two small supermarkets, a number of individual specialist shops, the parish church, a library, a doctor’s surgery, an optician, a bank, a cottage hospital, two veterinary practices, a swimming pool, a tennis court and a bowling green. The nearest primary schools are Twynholm and Kirkcudbright with the nearest secondaries being Kirkcudbright and Castle Douglas, all holding good local reputations. Nearby services can be found in the local market town of Kirkcudbright. Known as 'The Artists' Town', it is famous for its marina, art galleries, popular bistros, cafes and golf course. Castle Douglas is approximately 11 miles from the property. Known as the 'Food Town', it is a busy, thriving market town that is renowned for the quality of its local produce with more than 50 shops along the main high street as well as cafes, restaurants, three butchers and hotels. There is also a modern health centre, a swimming pool and leisure facilities with free parking! The A75 is on the main bus route and within easy commute to nearby centres from Dumfries to Stranraer. A brand-new, state-of-the-art, regional hospital can be found off the A75 on the outskirts of Dumfries. Other close transport links include Dumfries train station which provides links to Carlisle and Glasgow. Major bus links can be accessed from the Loreburn Centre, Whitesands or Burns Statue in Dumfries. The nearest international airports are at Prestwick (approx 60 miles) and Glasgow (approx 90 miles). Prestwick has regular flights to an increasing number of international destinations. Cairnryan lies about 49 miles to the west and is the main ferry terminal for Northern Ireland with services to both Larne and Belfast. The M6 and M74 networks are accessible at Moffat, Gretna and Lockerbie. Dumfries town centre is 26 miles east and offers several major supermarkets, popular high street shops, a shopping centre, schooling, a university campus, a range of bistros and medical facilities. The region is renowned for its outdoor pursuits, beaches, leisure facilities, social events, festivals and history. Some of the quieter country roads are popular with walkers, runners and cyclists. The surrounding area offers a wealth of activities for the outdoor enthusiast with golf courses at New Galloway, Gatehouse of Fleet and Castle Douglas, a sailing club on Loch Ken and marinas at Kirkcudbright and along the Solway Firth, as well as established equestrian facilities. The coastline in the south-west of the region offers excellent sailing and sea fishing and there are safe anchorages at Port William and the Isle of Whithorn.
HOME REPORT : The HOME REPORT can be accessed on the Yopa website or by emailing nicola.
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Dumfries Station23.8 miles
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