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near Annan, Dumfriesshire
Newly converted coach house near Annan, Dumfriesshire

Dumfriesshire Coachhouse Conversion

Coach House Conversion On Small Development Dumfriesshire

Dumfriesshire Coachhouse Conversion

Coach House Conversion On Small Development Dumfriesshire



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Converted Coach House Annan Scotland

A four bedroom coach house, recently converted to a high standard, and located in a rural setting close to the Dumfriesshire town of Annan, with good road and rail links nearby
SOLD


The Coach House has been recently converted from its original use as a traditional farm building into a high quality, modern family home.

Fitted with under floor heating to the ground floor with limestone tile and wood flooring and sash windows, the house has been designed and finished with great attention to detail.

Fully double glazed and built to the latest regulations, the Coach House offers an excellent opportunity to benefit from all that a modern build offers within a traditional setting.

Accommodation

GROUND FLOOR

Wide solid timber front door to:

Hallway - limestone flooring, stairs rising to the first floor, stairs to first floor, understairs storage, glazed door to front terrace, doors to:

Bathroom - lime stone effect ceramic tiled flooring and tiled walls, bath with shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC.

Utility room - lime stone tiled flooring, laminate work top with built-in stainless steel sink and drainer, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, storage cupboards and cupboard housing unvented hot water tank, oil fired boiler.

Living room - a wonderful light room with a pair of double doors to the front with views of the Solway Firth and Cumbrian Hills beyond, wood flooring, sandstone fireplace and wood burning stove, large timber lintel forming mantle piece over. Exposed ceiling beam. Door to:

Kitchen - lime stone floor and granite work top with Merrick Character solid oak doors from the First Impressions collection units above and below, built-in wine rack with shelving above, decorative surround to chimney with tiled splash back and built-in Rangemaster 6 ring ceramic hob, electric double oven, all with extractor over. Built-in Neff microwave and built-in Baumatic dish-washer. Large American LPG style freezer with water and ice dispenser, double Belfast sink, sliding doors to rear patio.

FIRST FLOOR

First floor landing with feature window overlooking surrounding farmland to the front. Pair of doors opening to Juliet balconies to the rear, and doors to:

Master bedroom - large circular feature window overlooking the rear
garden, L-shaped room.

En-suite - black ceramic tiled floor, large corner shower unit with low level tray and sliding doors, wash hand basin and vanity cupboard below. WC, centrally heated wall mounted towel rail, mirror with built in
lights and motion activation.

Bedroom two - window and views to front.

Bedroom three - double room with windows to front and side.

Bedroom 4 - double room with window to side, feature fireplace recess with sandstone hearth and timber over mantle. Cupboard to outdoor clock mechanism.

Bathroom - tiled floor, wash hand basin with vanity cupboard below, bath with shower over and large shower screen, WC, wall mounted centrally heated towel rail, mirror with built-in lights and motion activated function.

Garden and grounds

Approached by a short shared tarmac drive, a traditional pair of 5-bar gates open to a gravel driveway with parking and turning area adjacent
to the main door, with an area of lawn to the rear, side and front, planted with young specimen native trees. There is a flagstone walkway surrounding the house with steps up to the doors at the front and a gentle inclined ramp to the main door.

Services

Mains electricity, mains water, drainage to septic tank
Oil fired central heating.

The Coach House also includes an area of ground in which its septic tank is located on the other side of the public road.

Location


The Coach House at Stapleton Grange is situated two miles east of Annan which has a good range of shops, schools and services.

Whilst enjoying a quiet rural location Stapleton Grange is also situated in an area with excellent road and rail access. The M74 motorway can be reached in approximately ten minutes whilst the main line railway station in Carlisle is only 25 minutes by road.

The fastest train to London Euston takes approximately 3 ¼ hours.

There is also a railway station in Annan.

The Airports of Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newcastle are all within about one and a half hours drive.

The area offers boundless opportunities for the outdoor enthusiasts. These include salmon and sea trout fishing on the nearby Rivers Nith, Annan and Border Esk as well as trout fishing on Dumfriesshire’s numerous lochs and rivers. In addition spectacular driven and walked up shooting is available on many of the local estates as well as wild fowling on the nearby Solway coast. There are a number of excellent golf courses nearby in addition to the Seven Stanes mountain bike centres of Ae, Newcastleton and Dalbeattie.

The mild climate which the area benefits from is ideal for gardeners and length of the growing season allows for a great variety of plants to flourish.

Directions


Leave the M74 at Junction 21 (Kirkpatrick Fleming). Take the B7076 Annan road. Continue for ¼ mile to the mini roundabout. Turn left for
Annan onto the B6357. Continue on that road through the village of Hollee. Stapleton Grange is on the right hand side after a further two and a half miles.

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