Greenfield Park is a luxury, Scottish border, over 50s park home site in the heart of the Scottish countryside. It is located on the edge of historic Gretna Green, famous for being the marriage capital of the UK.
29 Greenfield Park, which is a deceptively spacious three bedroom property, set on a low maintenance plot. The home is in excellent decorative order internally and is bright and neutrally finished. There is lots of space on offer and internal viewing is a must to fully appreciate the benefits of this type of property.
Entrance is at the side into a small hallway which separates the living space from the bedrooms.
To the right you will find the L shaped lounge/dining room which is spacious and enjoys much natural light. The lounge has an attractive feature fireplace with electric fan fire. There are two TV points, a satellite connection and two phone points throughout the home.
The dining area leads to a modern fitted kitchen which benefits from a full range of base and wall units, an electric hob and fan oven, fridge, freezer, washing machine and dishwasher (most of which are included in the sale). The utility area has a sink with units underneath, a boiler unit and a full length cupboard for housing large items.
The Worcester boiler is serviced annually, and the home has oil fired central heating.
The home benefits from a beautiful, professionally fitted 10’ x 10’ conservatory, accessed via French doors from the dining room. Patio doors lead from the conservatory to the immaculate garden and patio area.
The home boasts three bedrooms, two double and a single (which could also be used as a study).
The main bedroom has an en-suite shower room and a walk-in wardrobe. There is room for free standing furniture.
The second double benefits from a generous fitted wardrobe and has room for drawers and a dressing table.
The main family bathroom is modern and light and has been fully tiled. There is a bath with a shower unit attachment, heated rail and free-standing cupboards.
The en-suite has a mains shower, heated rail and cupboards under the sink.
The hallway has access to an insulated, floored loft which is reached via a Ramsey ladder Externally.
The home has recently benefited from a thermo board cladding with a render finish, which adds to the warmth of the home.
At the front of the home there is a large garage and an extended monobloc drive with room for up to three vehicles.
This home is Council Tax Band A and monthly pitch fees are currently set at £111 per calendar month (reviewed annually in line with Scottish Government regulations).
ROOM DIMENSIONS (Approx.)
Lounge 17.5’ x10’
Dining Room 12’ x9’
Conservatory 10’ x10
Kitchen 11.5’ x9’
Utility 11.5’ x9’
Bedroom 1 13’ x9.5’
Bedroom 2 12’ x9.5’
Bedroom 3 8’ x6’
En-suite 5’.5 x5’
Kirkpatrick Fleming is situated just off the M74, four miles north-east of Gretna and the border, thirteen miles south-east of Lockerbie and ten miles from Carlisle. Glasgow International Airport and Newcastle Airport are 90 miles and 70 miles respectively. Gretna has regular rail links north to Glasgow via Dumfries and south to Newcastle via Carlisle. There is a local shop within walking distance from the park.
The nearest town of Gretna may be famous for weddings, but it is also a great place for indoor and outdoor activities, excellent shopping and places to eat. The retail outlet at Gretna has an excellent reputation for over 50 discount stores and restaurants with many hotels and guest houses nearby. Gretna Green village has the famous Blacksmiths Shop attractions with many quaint shopping features.
Local amenities include outstanding walking routes in the Moffat and Galloway hills, the wonderful Galloway Forest Park, the stunning Solway Coast and the famous Roman Wall, a World Heritage Site. There is also sailing and fishing on some of the best rivers and lochs in the UK. The south west is also home to over 100 golf courses and remains one of the most popular regions of the home of golf.