Queensberry Square, Dumfries & Galloway, SANQUHAR DG4
Ref No: KWG-LI-SA162
Realter are delighted to present to the market this family-sized mid terraced house in the old quarter of Sanquhar. On one side of the oldest squares in Sanquhar, this house used to be the old workhouse. Remodelled and completely rebuilt in the 1970s, this is a great house for raising a family in.
A large sitting room along the front side of the house gives views into the square, while at the back of the house a family-sized kitchen and diner large enough to fit a table seating 8 minimum runs the length of the back of the house. There is a safe and secure backyard for barbecues, washing and children playing, and a sizeable, walled front yard space laid to paving slabs.
Upstairs there are three large bedrooms with recessed windows central heating and fully-fitted carpets throughout, all bedrooms have windows looking onto the square. There is a family bathroom with shower cubicle and bath, and two storage rooms offer scope for growth and development for extra rooms.
As Sanquhar is on the direct Glasgow train line and the station is a short walk from the house, the location would be perfect for people who want the best of both worlds. This house is unique and viewing is a must if you want scope for expansion and making your mark on a property.
In the living room a large picture window to the left of the entrance looks out onto Queensberry Square.
The room is long and opposite the window there is a feature electric fire. Radiator with thermostat valve controls the warmth, and coving is around the top of the wall. The room has a central ceiling light, TV point and Sky connection is also present. There are double glazed windows to the front and full- fitted carpets.
The kitchen diner is a large family space that runs the full length of the house at the back of the living room.
A fully fitted kitchen with wall and floor units stand on the back wall as you enter the room. The sink is in the central unit and the ceramic hob and double electric oven with over cooker extraction fan face the kitchen door.
There are Howdens wall and floor units, space for a dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. At the end of this room there is a large diner with a family dining space able to seat 8 minimum people. A window out to the back yard by the dining table.
To the right hand side of the kitchen there is a large walk-in larder and to the left, the kitchen door leads out to the patio area behind the house.
The dimensions here are the total for both kitchen and diner, but the photo shows the size of the whole room and the specifics for the kitchen.
A fully fitted kitchen with wall and floor units stand on the back wall as you enter the room. The sink is in the central unit and the ceramic hob and double electric oven with over-cooker extraction fan face the kitchen door. There are Howdens wall and floor units, space for a dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer.
At the end of this room there is a large diner with a family dining table able to seat 8 minimum people.
To the right hand side of the kitchen there is a large walk-in larder and to the left the kitchen door leads out to the patio area behind the house.
The hallway is fully carpeted. There is a BT point and Internet connection. Stairs here lead up to the first floor from the vestibule. As you enter from the vestibule, ahead of you the door leads directly into the living room. To the right there is a small passage through which the kitchen diner is accessed.
Bedroom 1 is on the left at the end of the corridor opposite the bathroom. This double Bedroom has ceiling light and radiator. The carpets are fully fitted.
Bedroom 2 is situated at the end of the corridor to the right of the stairs down to the ground floor. This is a large L-shaped double bedroom.
It has a ceiling light, double glazed windows looking onto Queensberry Square and a radiator.
There is also a wardrobe recess which is 1.85 metres width 1.00 metres depth.
Bedroom 3 is next to bedroom 1 on the left-hand side of the corridor. This room is the smallest room of the house but still a good size double bedroom. Ceiling light and double-glazed windows to the square, and the radiator underneath the window.
In the family bathroom a shower cubicle with a rainforest shower head, stands next to the full-sized bath.
There is a 50 centimetre window recess as a large shelf above the bath, toilet, sink and towel drying radiator. The floor and walls are fully tiled.
Double-glazed windows and ceiling light make this room cheerful and inviting.
The vestibule has a ceiling light storm door with UPVC double glazed window.
The walls are laminated with wood-effect. To the left, a glazed door and window lead through to the hallway.
The corridor runs the length of the house, between the front roof eaves and the rear roof eaves.
The bedrooms are all situated at the front of the house, so the corridor allows access to the bedrooms on the west side of the house and the bathrooms and storage on the east side. It demonstrates the potential the house has for growth and expansion.
Further down the corridor on the left-hand-side are two storage rooms; one is twice the size of the other, both are against the eaves of the house and show potential for extension two further bedrooms possibly with Dormer windows.
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