|Ferry Croft, Ferry Croft, Creetown, Newton Stewart, Dumfries and Galloway, Southwest Scotland, DG8 7JS
|Offers Over £275,000
Tastefully presented and rarely available, three-bedroom, detached bungalow, with superb views, gardens, a garage and a driveway. Set on an elevated plot, surrounded by woodland, in the charming village of Creetown, near Newton Stewart, Dumfries and Galloway. A welcoming entrance vestibule opens into the hallway affording access throughout the property, including a built-in storage cupboard, and features Karndean tiled flooring continuing into the living/dining room and kitchen. The generously sized, dual-aspect living/dining room offers plentiful natural light with a southwest-facing window, whilst patio doors access the gardens to the side and rear. Set to the front, with a built-in cupboard, the spacious kitchen is fully tiled and fitted with wall and base units and a double sink; with appliances including a freestanding washing machine, fridge, freezer and a double oven gas cooker. Set to the front, the master bedroom is finished in light neutral decor and features a built-in wardrobe and an en-suite shower room; whilst two further bedrooms are set to the rear, with bedroom two featuring a built-in wardrobe with mirror sliding doors. Completing the accommodation, the bathroom is fully tiled and fitted with a three-piece suite and a built-in cupboard.
Creetown, a picturesque village in Dumfries and Galloway is a hidden gem that offers a delightful retreat for residents and visitors alike and is surrounded by stunning natural landscapes. Creetown has a Primary School, a youth club, and a silver band, which offers the opportunity to learn to play an instrument. It also has a doctor’s surgery and a well-stocked village shop, Gem Rock Museum and a small Heritage Museum. Good facilities for children can be found at the George V playground. Creetown is conveniently situated just off the A75 Euroroute from Dumfries to Stranraer. Towns within a 25-mile radius include Castle Douglas (Food Town), Kirkcudbright (Artists Town) and Wigtown (Scotlands Book Town). Newton Stewart is 6 miles away and here there is a Health Centre, Cinema, Swimming Pool and Gym, Golf course, plus a variety of shops including Aldi, Sainsburys and the Co-op. Ferry Croft is within easy walking distance of the village, whilst only 15 minutes drive away is the beautiful beach of Mossyard which is ideal for swimming. 4 miles away in Galloway Forest Park is Kirroughtree Visitors Centre, where you will find a cafe and bike shop, walking trails and one of the world-class 7 Stanes mountain bike venues. Other places of interest within easy reach include the RSPB Wood of Cree Reserve, Cairnsmore of Fleet Nature Reserve and the Queen’s Way to Clatteringshaws Loch. These are just a few of the places that are worth exploring in the area.
Council Tax Band: D