A converted Dumfries water station goes on the market

by DGSPC

07 September 2017

A converted water station in the Dumfries village of Lochfoot has gone on the market for offers in the region of £865,000.

The nine bedroom property in the converted historic red sandstone Old Water Station has two separate annexes which would be an ideal holiday let business.

Rural setting

Situated in a quiet location at the entrance to the rural village in a picturesque location by Lochrutton Loch, the water station is close to Dumfries and offers easy access towards the new DGRI hospital site.

The property has been finished to a high standard with oak flooring and oak doors, sleek, modern fitted kitchens, contemporary bathroom suites and fantastic features including wood-burning stoves and a snooker room with bar.

Water theme 

Following with the water theme, there is even a salt water fish tank which can be viewed from inside both the sitting room and lounge and acts as a room divider, and a separate indoor fish pond at the entrance.

Orlaith Brogan, spokeswoman for SPC Scotland said: “Viewing is a must for this spectacular property to fully appreciate the overall finish and abundance of space which is has to offer. It provides a great opportunity for buyers who wish to own a holiday let business, not only in a picturesque location but in a well-preserved building with a rich history.”

The Water Station is on the market with Grieve Grierson Moodie & Walker (GGM & W), Dumfries, a DGSPC member firm. For more information, visit sspc.com.

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