Baytree lodge , Three Lochs Park, Kirkcowan, Newton Stewart, DG8 0EP
Pets Allowed: Yes
Size: 40ft x 20ft
Year of Manufacture: 2009
Model: Koningsweg 32
Licence End Date: N/A
Park's Annual charges: £3200
Spacious open plan lounge and dining area which includes double sofa bed,2 seater sofa, coffee table, wall mounted LCD TV, Freesat box,BT landline, phone and WI-FI rooter , 4 seater dining table & chairs, fitted blinds, curtains ,ceiling fans, double patio doors opening to the decking area.
Enclosed kitchen, including integral dishwasher & fridge, 4 burner gas hob, electric oven, fan extractor hood, fitted blind, complete with full set of kitchenware, china, utensils, toaster & microwave.
Separate family bathroom complete with bath and shower, toilet and sink.
Main bedroom with en-suite shower/toilet/sink. Fitted wardrobe & curtains, ceiling fan and wall mounted TV. Double bed with side cabinets.
Bedroom 2 - fitted with two single beds, fitted wardrobe, wall mounted cupboards and ceiling fan.
Bedroom 3 - fitted with a single bed (space for a second single bed) fitted wardrobe and wall cupboards.
Large wrap around decking area fitted with security lights ,inclusive of four piece garden suite, large wooden table with four chairs, storage boxes, midge machine including LPG gas cylinder.
Separate private enclosed decking space for storage and reticulated electrics and power supply suitable for a future hot tub or jacuzzi.
The lodge is located on the park opposite the Heron Loch. Site fees paid till 2020.
The park is located in a quiet corner of south west Scotland at the edge of the Galloway forest,set against a backdrop of sprawling woodland and three lochs. Wide range of available activities including horse riding on site stables,archery,air gun range,clay pigeon shooting,indoor pool,boating,fishing,trail walks and bicycle hire.
Nearest town is Newton Stewart,local village Glen Luce.
All descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation and other details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct, but any intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their correctness.