Not every property that comes to market has garden ground attached to it. Some purchasers may automatically think that this is a negative but at Williamson & Henry we believe that some “patchless” properties can be “perfect” properties particularly if buying as a holiday home or a rental, some purchasers find a garden more hassle than it is a benefit. Particularly in Dumfries & Galloway you are never far from wide open spaces, countryside or in towns, a park. Not all of us are green fingered so a property without a “patch” maybe the perfect solution to your hassle-free living or holiday home purchase. We have a selection of perfect patchless properties and would encourage you to think outside the box … or even the garden!
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Almarlyn, New Galloway. Almarlyn is a pleasant terraced two/three bedroom property situated in the heart of the rural village of New Galloway in the Glenkens. Spacious accommodation on ground and first floor level. UPVC double glazing throughout. Oil fired central heating system and street parking. Ideal holiday home or buy to let property. Guide Price £125,000
29 Union Street, Kirkcudbright. A traditional end terraced two storey and attic property located at the corner of Union Street with the town’s historic High Street. Ideally suited as a holiday bolt hole or as a buy to let investment. The property benefits from gas fired heating and is in excellent decorative order. Guide Price £135,000
40 Castle Street, Kirkcudbright is a first and second floor maisonette within the heart of Kirkcudbright’s cultural district and conservation area, ideally suited as a lock-and-leave holiday home, buy-to-let or to the first time buyer, convenient for all amenities of Kirkcudbright but being above street level and comparatively private and quiet. Guide Price £97,500 Home Report Valuation £105,000
Not quite patchless…….
1 Gordon Place, Kirkcudbright
Is a well located traditional ‘C’ Listed end terraced property of stone construction fronting on to the town’s historic High Street in the very heart of Kirkcudbright’s cultural and historic district opposite the National Trust’s property at Broughton House, with easy access to the marina and level walking distance of all the town’s attractions and facilities. The property benefits from gas fired heating and off street parking. The property does have a Gordon which is located at the end of Gordon Place. Guide Price £230,000