AB Properties are delighted to welcome to the market this spacious end terraced property in the idyllic village of Wanlockhead.
With breath-taking views over the Lowther hills, this charming property is set over two levels and comprises of: entrance hallway, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, dining room and two bedrooms.
The lounge overlooks the front gardens and stunning views beyond, and features a large log burning fire, perfect for winter nights. Leading from the lounge there is a well-appointed kitchen, fitted with a good range of storage and worksurface. Also overlooking the front of the property and benefitting from the views, the bright and spacious dining room with feature fireplace could be used for a variety of purposes and would make a perfect third bedroom if required. A spacious shower room with corner shower unit, sink and WC completes the ground floor.
Upstairs offers two spacious bedrooms with dormer windows to allow plenty of natural light and once again enjoy the views.
The property has double glazing throughout, and there is a multi-fuel stove fired heating system, with additional electric heating panels for backup.
There are substantial gardens to the front and rear of the property. The rear gardens slope into the hillside whilst to the front there are further gardens which offer some space for parking and could be used for grazing if required. There is further parking to the side of the property along side two storage sheds which both have power and light. There is also a small stable at the far end of the building.
Lounge : 4.33m x 4.18m
Kitchen : 4.10m x 3.38m
Dining Room/Bedroom : 4.35m x 2.29m
Shower Room : 2.55m x 1.9m
Bedroom : 4.77m x 3.94m
Bedroom : 4.8m x 4.12m
Wanlockhead is a village in Dumfries and Galloway, nestling in the Lowther Hills, 1 mile south of Leadhills and at the head of the Mennock Pass, which forms part of the Southern Uplands. It is Scotland's highest village, at an elevation of around 466.6 m and can be accessed via the B797, which connects it to the A76 near Sanquhar and the A74(M) motorway at Abington, making for an easy commute to Glasgow or South towards Carlisle.
The village features a lead mining museum and is the home of Scotland’s highest pub. It also sits on the Southern Upland Way, a walking trail that traditionally starts at Portpatrick on the west coast, in Dumfries & Galloway, and finishes some 212 miles (341 km) away at Cockburnspath on the east coast, in the Scottish Borders.
A friendly and welcoming conservation village and popular tourist destination, Wanlockhead and the surrounding area is widely used by outdoor enthusiasts for walking, cycling and skiing. For those looking to slow down the pace of life, 6 Meadowfoot offers the perfect opportunity and early viewing is highly recommended.