A beautifully presented, four-bedroom, five-bathroom detached house set in Beechgrove, Moffat with a driveway, garden and garage/ workshop. The property benefits from gas central heating and secondary double glazing.Chain Free.
This is a striking detached traditional villa, with an open aspect, a flat walk of only a few minutes from the centre of Moffat.
The property is accessed via the front door into a vestibule. A half-glazed door leads into the broad and welcoming hallway with a staircase to the first floor and doors to two reception rooms, the inner hall and the kitchen. On the left is the spacious living room with a window to the front of the property, a fireplace with a wood-burning stove and an alcove bookcase. The door on the right leads into the dining room/sitting room with a window to the front and the original cornice. The kitchen has a selection of fitted wall and base units with contrasting worktops. There is a door from the kitchen into the sunroom. The sunroom has a door into the games room/bedroom 5 and an external door out to the garden and garage. The hallway has a door into a small inner hall which has storage spaces and which leads through to a generous room at the rear, currently used as a games/home gym room with a shower room and an office/dressing room.
The first-floor landing has a useful walk-in cupboard with a skylight window and doors to four good-sized bedrooms and a home office. Bedroom 1 has a window to the front of the property with beautiful views, fitted wardrobes and a spacious en-suite bathroom. Bedroom two has a window to the front of the property and an en-suite shower room. The home office has shelving and access to a balcony with views over the local tennis club. Bedroom three has a window to the rear of the property, fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. Bedroom four has a window to the side of the property and a spacious en-suite bathroom with a separate shower cubicle. The property benefits from gas central heating and secondary double glazing and a large, well-insulated, floored loft accessed from a fold-down ladder.
Outside, the property sits back from the street with flower beds to its front, the garage/workshop is accessed from the street via a short driveway. To the property’s rear is an enclosed courtyard garden and steps leading up to an elevated lawned area with a selection of mature shrubs, a greenhouse and a pergola seating area that benefits from beautiful views looking west.
The layout of the property offers the potential for the creation of a self-contained annex with its own access for family or holiday accommodation use.
Moffat is a vibrant, rural town with many local amenities including independent high-street shops, a supermarket, a butcher, bakers, a delicatessen, cafes and restaurants. Moffat Academy is a high-performing, combined nursery, primary and secondary school. For recreation, there is a theatre, art galleries, a museum, tennis courts, a rugby club, a nature reserve, a boating pond and park, a bowling green and an 18-hole golf course. Moffat hosts many events throughout the year including the annual Moffat Gala, a Vintage Car Show and the South of Scotland Tennis Tournament. Dumfries and Carlisle are both just a short drive away whilst Edinburgh and Glasgow are easily accessible both by car and public transport. Moffat is well-positioned for the M74 motorway which offers easy access both north and south, while the A701 from Moffat to Edinburgh is one of Scotland’s most scenic routes. There are train stations at Lockerbie and Carlisle with services to Edinburgh, Glasgow and London. The international airports at Edinburgh and Glasgow offer a range of flights to the UK, European and international destinations. Dumfriesshire is a region of contrasting landscapes, ranging from the high tops of the Southern Upland Hills with beautiful forestry parks, to the sandy coastline of the Solway Firth. The Southern Upland Way, a coast-to-coast, long-distance footpath, passes by the nearby village of Beattock, as does the Annandale Way, linking Moffat to Annan. There are many golf courses in the area to suit players of all levels of ability. For those keen on sailing or boating, there are extensive water sports facilities throughout the area, both inland and by the coast. The rivers in the area, including the Cairn, Nith and Annan, provide excellent fishing for salmon and sea trout fishing. The county is particularly renowned for the quality of its field sports. The area has many scenic attractions including The Grey Mare’s Tail Waterfall, St Mary’s Loch and the Devil’s Beef Tub.
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