We have a number of holiday lodges for sale on Park. This particular lodge is in our Alpine Meadow development and is a freehold holiday home which means the lodge is for sale with the land, referred to as Plot 1. The lodge was completed in 2008 to the current owner’s specification.
It is a lovely solid log Norwegian Lodge set at the top of the hill above Coastal Kippford with wonderful views.
The plot has been landscaped to make the most of its hillside location and to maintain privacy. The private woodlands surrounding the development support an 8,000 year old bluebell woodland with a breeding red squirrel population which can often be seen feeding in the grounds.
The lodge comprises a spacious entrance hallway with utility room, large open plan living room, dining area and kitchen, 3 double bedrooms (master with en-suite shower room) and family shower room. There are also two generously proportioned storage areas – one accessed from the rear of the lodge and the other adjacent to the main door.
It is for sale fully furnished to include all fitted carpets, curtains/blinds, freestanding furniture and electrical appliances.
Externally, the lodge has a stunning wraparound covered deck, a gravelled parking area and private garden to the rear.
The lodge has double glazing and central heating (supplied by LPG Gas). Calor supply the tank and gas (as required) and invoice each Lodge Owner direct. Electricity is provided by Scottish Power – the lodge has its own meter and is invoiced annually by the Park. The water and sewage are both mains supply. There is an annual maintenance charge, currently £600 + Vat, which covers grass cutting, refuse collection, weed spraying, etc. Norwegian Lodges are freehold so pitch fees do not apply. The Council invoice for rates charges, etc. individually to each Lodge Owner however legislation gives an opportunity to 100% rates relief. We recommend prospective buyers contact the Local Authority direct to confirm charges. We also advise prospective buyers consult their solicitor regarding Land & Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) which replaced stamp duty in Scotland and Additional Dwelling Supplement (ADS) which came into force on 1 April 2016.
Please note: this property should be maintained and used solely as holiday accommodation. It cannot be used as a principal or permanent residence.