Glenkens Hidden Gems
As solicitors AND estate agents who deal with property transactions throughout Dumfries and Galloway and across wider Scotland, we have welcomed the recent stability of the property market as it shows signs of recovery since the recession. An area that is not always on a purchaser’s radar is the Glenkens area of Dumfries and Galloway. Only 30 miles north of Castle Douglas and 22 miles south of Ayr, the Glenkens has some of Dumfries and Galloway’s most stunning scenery where rolling hills meet the tranquil banks of Loch Ken. The area boasts a hive of activity from the water-ski school, the Galloway Sailing & Activity Centre, hillwalking, trail, fishing spots to a selection of pubs and cafes. The CatStrand is also worth a mention with regular performances and arts & crafts exhibitions. If you are looking for your own piece of rural Dumfries and Galloway, the Glenkens is well worth a look!
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Glenkens feature Properties
Nether Loskie, Carsphairn – Offers Over £375,000
Delightful detached modern property set in some 5.5 acres, situated in stunning rural countryside with views to Kendoon Loch.
Barone, Main Street, Dalry – Guide Price £210,000
Barone is an impressive and imposing 5 bedroomed Detached House in the centre of Dalry.
Schoolhouse, Carsphairn –
Guide Price £175,000
Attractive period Semi-Detached former Schoolhouse. Spacious living accommodation throughout in good decorative order.
Hopkins Shop, New Galloway
Offers in the region of £260,000
A popular general grocery business with surprisingly spacious 6 bedroomed house offering considerable potential for a variety of uses.