Enjoy stunning views over Carlingwark Loch

Offering uninterrupted views over the picturesque Carlingwark Loch, the aptly named Loch House is out latest Property of the Week.

By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 28th April 2021, 4:10 pm
Loch House is close to Castle Douglas town centre, but still benefits from a semi-rural location
Loch House is close to Castle Douglas town centre, but still benefits from a semi-rural location

Loch House (4 Whitepark Gardens) is within walking distance of Castle Douglas town centre, but still maintains a semi-rural setting.

On the market for offers over £370,000 from Threave Rural this is a rare opportunity to purchase a bespoke dwelling within an extremely sought-after location.

Loch House offers elegance and style throughout benefiting from gas fired underfloor heating, which has individual thermostatic controls in each room.

The master bedroom has an ensuite wet room

It takes full advantage of the views with the glazing arranged in such a manner that the front of the property enjoys privacy and seclusion.

The entrance hallway, with built-in storage cupboards, leads to a wide central hallway with floor to wall picture windows and patio doors leading to the raised patio area, which takes full advantage of the uninterrupted views over the loch.

The lounge is a lovely bright room with double aspect windows, feature gas fire and oak flooring.

The kitchen features a range of oak floor and wall units, granite worktops and sink, induction hob with cooker hood over, built-in electric oven, under counter fridge and concealed lighting.

The wooden deck looks out over Carlingwark Loch

It leads into the dining area, which is bright and airy providing the perfects pace for family and social dining, with patio doors to outside.

The utility room contains a range of fitted floor and wall units, plumbed for an automatic washing machine.

There are two double bedrooms, one with built in wardrobes, flanking the family bathroom, while the master bedroom feature an ensuite wet room.

In addition, a detached garage benefits from electricity and water laid in, with a loft above and cellar below.

The rear has been laid with block paving providing off road parking, with the front grounds laid to sloping lawns, mature shrubs and specimen trees with an expansive semi-circular wooden deck.

A brick-built gazebo also provides a dedicated area for entertaining and currently houses a barbecue.

For more information visit www.threaverural.co.uk/property/loch-house or call 01556 453453