Ashdene, Drove Road, Langholm, DG13 0JW
Semi-detached dwelling constructed in the 1890s in a prominent position looking onto the River Esk in Langholm, Dumfries and Galloway.
House: Entrance, Two reception rooms, Kitchen/Dining, Utility, Porch, Study room, Four double bedrooms, Two family bathrooms
Outside: Front lawn, Porch, Vegetable plot, Summerhouse, Shed, Drying green, Garage
The property opens into a spacious vestibule with a door leading to the ground floor reception room, complete with a gas fire set in a wooden fireplace with views of the town of Langholm. Staircase with original white cast iron spindles lead to first floor living-room and kitchen. The spacious living room, perfect for entertaining benefits from an open fire and continues to the modern kitchen with floor and wall tiles at the back of the house complete with an integrated oven and grill, electric hob and dishwasher. There is access to a double glazed porch leading to the garden and small utility room with a washing machine and tumble dryer. At the front of the house there is a small study ideal for working from home and a large, double bedroom with built-in wardrobes. On the second floor there are two, family bathrooms with 3 piece suite, one including a spa bath and separate mains shower and the other electric shower over bath. There are two double bedrooms on the second floor.
Stairs off the second floor lead you to the attic bedroom which would benefit from some decoration but boasts amazing views of the town.
Outside there is a well maintained lawn with picnic bench overlooking the town at the front and a small vegetable plot to the side. Further up there is decking, perfect for entertaining and a timber summerhouse with electricity supply. To the rear is a paved drying area and wooden shed. There is pedestrian right of access at the rear of the house to a stone built garage and driveway.
Situation: Ashdene is located in the centre of Langholm. Langholm lies between four hills in the valley of the River Esk in the Southern Uplands. The town is well known for its love of Rugby and the Langholm Common Riding, a horse riding festival which attracts thousands of tourists annually. The town has a variety of independent retailers, cafés, pubs, hotels, restaurant’s, butchers and bakers as well as Langholm golf course both primary and secondary schools. Dumfries and Galloway is one of the genuinely rural areas of Scotland and therefore provides a quality of life that is becoming increasingly rare.