Beautifully presented, this tasteful 3-bedroom semi-detached villa offers remarkable accommodation. The home features a generous living space with a wealth of charming period features and modern upgrades, and a mature garden in a picturesque setting.
Accommodation comprises of a lofty entrance hall with an under stair cupboard and beautifully laid original wood flooring that flows to the reception areas and bedrooms. This space introduces the elegant period features found throughout such as high ceilings and exquisite cornice work.
The flawless lounge exudes light and space with a large bay window overlooking the front aspect, favouring a focal traditional open fire with a tiled hearth and hardwood surround. This light-filled space showcases the central chandelier style light fitting and tasteful neutral tones complete the room perfectly.
Continuing the wonderfully versatile familyroom/dining room in impeccable décor with a beautifully designed feature fireplace and a bright dual window aspect, presenting a wonderful space to entertain the family.
To the rear lies the fantastic country dining kitchen which is light and bright offset by appointed tiled flooring to the kitchen and the aforementioned wood flooring to the dining area, cleverly diving the space. There is a wide range of fitted white base units with contrasting light oak worktops, a Belfast sink and an integrated oven, hob and hood. There is ample room for a dining table and chairs and access to a handy store cupboard.
The rear porch provides entry to the rear garden and a guest cloakroom/utility room fitted with a WC and wash hand basin.
Leading up the impressive carpeted stairway with wrought iron bannisters to the first-floor landing complemented by a delightful skylight and double built-in cupboards.
There are two exceptionally light and spacious double bedrooms benefitting from abundant floor space for bedroom furnishings, whilst the third bedroom is a pretty and neater double enjoying the leafy rear aspect.
Finishing the interior is an immaculately tiled bathroom replete with an indulgent roll-top bath and overhead mains shower, WC and vanity unit with an inset sink.
Outside, the rear of the property features a well-established and substantially sized garden fringed with mature trees and shrubs giving a high degree of privacy and a lovely secluded feel. This enjoys far-reaching views to surrounding tree-lined hills and a paved patio to while away summery days at your leisure.
The picturesque rural town of Moffat offers a plethora of local amenities as well as a vibrant community, boasting a variety of independent shops including quality butchers and bakers, a deli, and a supermarket, together with a good range of cafes and restaurants.
Schooling is well catered for combining nursery, primary and secondary schooling within the highly regarded and top-performing Moffat Academy.
With a wealth of cultural facilities on offer including theatre, art galleries, and museum, complimented by a fantastic range of sporting facilities including tennis courts, rugby club, golf course, bowling green, and leisure facilities including a nature reserve, boating pond and park, and a range of country pursuits on the doorstep. With annual community events throughout the year such as the Moffat Gala, a tennis tournament and a vintage car show, there’s always something happening in this lovely community.
Due to Moffat’s great location, there’s easy access to Dumfries and Carlisle, and Edinburgh and Glasgow are accessible by car and public transport too. The M74 offers easy access to north and south, and train stations at Lockerbie and Carlisle offer rail services to Edinburgh, Glasgow and London.
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