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From streams to summits and forests to shores, the landscape in Dumfries & Galloway is naturally inspiring, influencing the region’s history, culture and everyday life.

The university town of Dumfries welcomes a wide range of residents from students to retiring families, many of which have come from south of the the border. The region is well placed for access to all main commuting links enabling professionals to commute to Glasgow, Edinburgh and Carlisle.

Dumfries and Galloway is known for its cultural towns and villages as well as outdoor activities in our many forests and beaches. The region has the UK's first dark sky park and also hosts the annual Wickerman music festival.

There are many types of properties in Dumfries and Galloway from rural cottages with character and period features to modern apartments. There is a good, varied amount of family homes, from the newly built to characteristic sandstone homes. There is something for everyone, whether you are looking for a town centre location or that rural retreat you have always dreamed of. For those looking for a sea view we have many properties in and around the Galloway coastline.

As a large national company, Your Move attract buyers all over the UK and further afield. This has contributed to Your Move becoming the largest single branded estate agents within the UK.

Depending on budget/style preference the area has many sought after locations. Although sales of coastal properties have increased the introduction of new build developments within Dumfries town centre has proven popular.

The rental market in Dumfries and Galloway is particularly buoyant at present. Due to the high demand for quality, private rental options. Rental prices start range from £350 upwards depending on size quality and location of property.

With its blend of old and new Dumfries lies in the array of shops dotted around the narrow streets off the main thoroughfare. Down towards the Whitesands and banks of the River Nith. The Loreburne shopping centre as well as several retail parks offer a wide range of high street stores as well as many unique boutique shops. Shopping is also a treat at the food town of Castle Douglas over 50 independent businesses offer a tempting selection of locally produced food.

The local football team "Queen of the South" continue to draw supporters to their home ground- Palmerston Park. The Dock Park is the oldest park in Dumfries and is located on the east bank of the River Nith.

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