A house overlooking the river in village famed for ship building

Sitting on the banks of the River Nith, Kenmare House is our latest property of the Week.

Thursday, 27th May 2021, 11:26 am
Updated Thursday, 27th May 2021, 12:18 pm
Kenmare House has been refurbished and sympathetically modernised to an extremely high standard
Kenmare House has been refurbished and sympathetically modernised to an extremely high standard

Located within the pretty village of Glencaple, this is a truly exceptional end-terraced property which has been refurbished and sympathetically modernised to an extremely high standard.

It now incorporates all features for modern day living to include, underfloor heating throughout, heat recovery system, solar hot water and solar panels, and is on the market for offers over £300,000 from Threave Rural.

The accommodation is arranged over two floors, with Kenmare House in walk-in condition offering contemporary and diverse family living.

The whole property provides bright and roomy accommodation

The décor along with the fixtures and fittings are of an extremely high standard with the whole property providing bright and roomy accommodation.

A bright entrance hallway has a slate tiled flooring and on the ground floor can be found a lounge with wood burning stove, original cornice and ceiling rose and French doors through to the sunroom, which itself has access to the grounds.

This level has one double bedroom and at the other end of the property is a studio which is currently utilised as an office and hobby room, but could also be used for guest accommodation and has triple bifold doors leading to the garden.

The kitchen leads into a dedicated dining area, and there is also a wet room, utlity room and downstairs toilet.

On the first floor can be found a master bedroom with en-suite, another double bedroom and a family bathroom.

Glencaple is located around three miles from the edge of Dumfries and was originally built as a ship building village.

The dwellinghouse occupies an end terraced site within the village with views over the river and surrounding countryside.

Kenmare House benefits from enclosed south facing cottage garden grounds, which are made up of lawns, mature shrubs and a plethora of unusual flowering plants.

A paved patio offers a dedicated area for alfresco dining or family and social entertaining.

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