Village store on the market

An extremely well-presented family home along with a thriving village store is our Property of the Week.

By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 31st March 2021, 3:45 pm
The store and dwellinghouse are situated in a central position within the pretty village
The store and dwellinghouse are situated in a central position within the pretty village

Balmaclellan Stores has operated as a very successful licensed grocers, offering a range everyday essential items.

As well as the shop floor itself the lower portion of the building also contained two internal stores, an externally accessed store, a prep room and two toilets.

Any potential purchaser could continue with this as a retail unit or indeed, it could lend itself to any type of tourist-based enterprise, conversion to self-contained annex or incorporated into the dwellinghouse above.

Upstairs provides bright and comfortable family accommodation

The dwellinghouse is of traditional Galloway construction under a tiled roof offering bright, comfortable family accommodation.

The kitchen is fitted with a range of modern floor and wall units with LED lights set in the kickboards, breakfast bar, halogen hob with cooker hood, built-in electric oven, integrated fridge freezer, sink and drainer.

The dining room has a built-in cupboard and the living room features an open fire, while a patio door provides access to the raised decking area.

Sleeping accomodation comprises two double bedrooms, one with a built-in stiorage cupboard, and a single bedroom.

The inner hallway has a built-in cupboard and there is a family bathroom.

Outside the property has mature, well-kept garden grounds to the rear, which are mainly laid down to lawns with specimen trees and shrubs.

A pretty feature pond is currently stocked with carp, with two timber garden buildings and a greenhouse.

Balmaclellan is a thriving friendly community with a variety of village run activities taking place throughout the week.

In addition to this, The Old Smiddy is a satellite centre of the CatStrand art centre and acts as a multi-purpose hub for Galloway Glens.

Primary schooling can be found in the nearby New Galloway with a further range of local services found in St John’s Town of Dalry.

The property is on the market for offers over £220,000 from Threave Rural.

For more information visit or call 01556 453453.