The property comprises a mid-terraced building of red sandstone construction, under a pitched and slated roof, built in 1912. The building is arranged over three floors, providing retail space on the ground floor and residential accommodation above.
The property is located on the east side of Drumlanrig Street (A76), close to its junction with Waugh Road.
Thornhill, is a small town in the Dumfries & Galloway region of southwest Scotland, with a residential population of approximately 1,600 persons.
The town straddles the A76, Dumfries to Kilmarnock road, at the A702 intersections and lies approximately 61 miles south of Glasgow, 63 miles south west of Edinburgh and 15 miles north of Dumfries. Dumfries is the region’s main administrative centre with a population in the order of 35,000.
The quickest link to the A74(M) motorway is via the A702 at Elvanfoot, some 16 miles distant. In addition, rail services are available at Sanquhar to the north and Dumfries to the south.
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