Ailsa, Clatteringshaws, New Galloway, Castle Douglas, DG7 3SQ | Property for sale | Savills
1,292 sq ft(120.03 sq m)
Offers over £325,000(€370,569)

AilsaClatteringshaws, New Galloway, Castle Douglas, DG7 3SQ

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Key features

  • Detached three bedroom bungalow
  • Beautiful private setting with open aspects across Clatteringshaws Loch
  • Conservatory enjoying stunning views
  • Range of additional outbuildings including double garage and workshop
  • Fantastic opportunity for a picturesque main residence, second home or holiday let

Detached three bedroom bungalow with stunning lochside views.

About this property

  • Ailsa is a three bedroom detached bungalow set in a fantastic position with uninterrupted open aspects across to the Galloway Hills. The property enjoys an especially peaceful setting overlooking the tranquil waters of Clatteringshaws Loch.

    The accommodation begins with an entrance vestibule opening into the hallway. From here is the main sitting room with dual aspects across the rural backdrop. The kitchen is well equipped with a range of high and low level cabinetry and access to a spacious utility room which leads outside. The conservatory enjoys particularly stunning views and is positioned to take full advantage of the wonderful outlook. The property benefits from two bedrooms, both with spacious fitted wardrobes, and a third bedroom currently utilised as a study. From the hallway there is access to a floored attic level which completes the internal accommodation.

    The property is surrounded by gardens mainly laid to lawn with extensive space for multiple car parking. Ailsa would make an excellent main residence, second home or holiday rental property.

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Ailsa really is a hidden gem. The views from the conservatory are spectacular and the entire property has such a peaceful feel to it.

Iona LamontProperty agent

Local information

  • Clatteringshaws is a loch and forest located within the Galloway Forest Park. It is a popular destination for outdoor recreation, including hiking, biking, fishing and camping. The park is also home to a number of visitor attractions, including Clatteringshaws Visitor Centre, which has a café, a shop and a museum. The nearby village of New Galloway has a shop, two pubs, a cafe, a doctors' surgery and an arts centre.
  • A wide variety of wildlife live in the forest park, including red deer, wild goats and black grouse. There are also a number of man-made features, including Clatteringshaws Loch, a reservoir created by damming the River Dee, and Bruce's Stone, a historic monument dedicated to King Robert the Bruce. Galloway Forest Park has also been designated by the International Dark-Sky Association as the fourth Dark Sky Park in the world and the first in the UK, with Gold Tier status for its breathtaking and rare stargazing conditions. The wild landscape, extensive woodland and unspoilt coastlines provide many opportunities for outdoor pursuits and the area is popular for walking, cycling and touring routes.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating: E
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: D