Greenbow

1 Queensberry Beeches, Thornhill Dumfries and Galloway, DG3 5DD
OFFERS OVER £230,000

  • Robb Residential – Independent full service sales and lettings agency business Bungalow
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*Closing Date Set for Wednesday 21st October 2020 at 12 midday* A delightful detached bungalow located in a much sought after area in the picturesque country village of Thornhill.

Description
Outer front door to welcoming entrance porchway, fitted cupboards for outwear, inner front door to entrance hallway with original hard wood flooring, formal sitting room with original cornicing and ceiling roses, electric imitation log burning stove, windows to front gardens, contemporary fitted kitchen come dining room, twin leaf doors to rear gardens, door to utility room, rear door to gardens, w/c, door to single garage.

From the entrance hallway to family bathroom with overhead shower, fitted cupboard space, twin leaf doors to shelved linen cupboard, bedroom 1 with en suite shower room, fitted cupboard space, window to side gardens, bedroom 2 (currently master) with twin leaf cupboard space and window to side gardens, bedroom 3 currently set up as a home study, window to front gardens.

Outbuildings
Attached single garage with electric powered up and over door, timber summer house/home office with corrugated sheet roof.

Gardens
Via a private tarmac driveway to vehicular hard standing and parking, access via twin leaf timber gate to gravel parking and hard standing at the side of the property. From the tarmac driveway to paved staircase and pathway which leads to front door of the property. A gravel pathway leads around the side of the property and is flanked by a well tended lawn area which has an array of colourful flower beds. Front and side gardens are mainly to a level lawn area and are bound by specimen trees and bushes including 2 monkey puzzle trees, via a timber gate at the side to rear gardens. Rear gardens are mainly to gravel and flag stone paving which is ideal for alfresco sitting and dining. There are beds and bushes at the extreme rear gardens which are raised, offering privacy and seclusion from neighbours.

Travel Directions
From Glasgow, proceed south on the M74 heading for Carlisle. Follow the M74 (road name changes to A74(M), Take sliproad left to A702 towards Carlisle/Elvanfoot/Thornhill. At roundabout take 3rd exit on to A702 towards Carlisle/ Elvanfoot/Thornhill/A702, Turn right to stay on A702, at roundabout, take 2nd exit. Bear left on to A76/Drumlanrig Street, at the roundabout take the 3rd exit to West Morton Street, turn left on to Townhead Street. Turn left on to Queensberry Beeches, arrive at 1 Queensberry Beeches on the left hand side.

Local Authorities
Dumfries & Galloway Council
Tel: 01387 260 000

Note: The services have not been checked by the selling agents.

Services
Mains water supply, mains drainage, oil fired central heating (installed 2018), double glazing.

Council Tax
Greenbow is in Band G and the amount of council tax payable for 2020/2021 is £3,141.17.

EPC Rating D.

Situation
Greenbow is a delightful detached bungalow located in a much sought after area in the picturesque country village of Thornhill. The property is situated in the friendly village of Thornhill (approximately 13 miles north of Dumfries on the A76). The village is well served by hotels, cafes, restaurants and numerous good quality food retail shops, and is within easy walking distance of Wallace Hall Academy. There is a regular bus service to the nearby University and county town of Dumfries where there are additional amenities such as cinema, theatres, recreational facilities and sports such as 18 hole golf course, bowling, tennis and squash clubs.

The continuing popularity of Thornhill and its surrounding area is due in part to its convenient distance from Edinburgh (63 miles) and Glasgow (61 miles) and the M74 can be joined in a few minutes, leading to Carlisle and the South.

Dumfriesshire (13.9 miles away) is one of the most attractive parts of southern Scotland with a mild climate and unspoilt countryside, a great variety of walks can be enjoyed in the vicinity and riding is particularly popular. Salmon and trout fishing can be arranged locally and there are several golf courses within easy reach. The Solway Firth is less than an hour’s drive away.

The market town of Dumfries has a good selection of shops, supermarkets, leisure facilities, restaurants and local services, as well as a range of professional services, secondary schooling and the main regional hospital.