Number 32 is a beautifully presented 2-bedroom property which is a welcome addition to the market. Over ground and first floor level the property has captured the charm and feel of a rural cottage without compromising on space. The reception and living accommodation is at ground floor level with sleeping accommodation above. The property is in walk-in condition and well decorated throughout. The current owners have made a number of improvements over recent years including the installation of a wood burner and fitting of a new boiler. Access to the courtyard to the rear can either be taken from the property or from St. Cuthbert Street (through the pend). This property is ideal for any first time buyer, young family or as a buy-to-let/holiday investment purchase. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the location and presence of this property.
Kirkcudbright is an attractive harbour town situated on the banks of the River Dee. The town itself is of historic and architectural interest with its ancient High Street, Tolbooth Arts Centre, Stewartry Museum and numerous galleries. Long frequented by artists, Kirkcudbright was home to the renowned artist, EA Hornel, one of the “Glasgow Boys” who lived in nearby Broughton House, now in the care of the National Trust for Scotland. Artistic tradition is maintained today by a flourishing colony of painters and craft workers which has led to Kirkcudbright being named the “Artists’ Town”.
ENTRANCE HALL 1.54m x 1.03m (5’00” x 3’04”)
Bright entrance hall giving access to kitchen, living room and first floor accommodation via carpeted stairwell. Pendant light. Wood laminate floor covering.
KITCHEN 4.51m x 2.75m (14’09” x 9’00”)
Good sized kitchen with open plan kitchen/dining arrangement. Wooden worktop with storage cupboards underneath. Stainless steel sink with left hand drainer. Four ring gas hob. Space for dishwasher under counter. Two windows, one front, one rear allowing ample natural light. Back door access to courtyard. Wooden laminate floor covering. Ceiling mounted spotlight fitment. Pendant light. Wall mounted radiator. Wall mounted Worcestershire gas boiler. Traditional wall wood panelling to dado rail height. Access to large under stair storage cupboard which could be converted to W.C. subject to the relevant planning permissions being sought. Further window to rear.
LIVING ROOM 4.50m x 2.43m (14’09” x 7’11”)
Welcoming cosy living room without compromising on space. Three windows allow ample natural light. Recessed wood burner mounted on plinth with feature wood log mantel above. Pendant light. Wall mounted radiator. T.V. point. Wooden laminate floor covering.
First Floor Accommodation:
LANDING 2.23m x 1.30m (7’03” x 4’03”) (at longest and widest)
The first floor landing gives access to all upstairs accommodation including two double bedrooms, W.C. and bathroom. Pendant light. Wall mounted wooden bannister. Wood wall panelling to bannister rail height.
BEDROOM 1 4.63m x 2.65m (15’02” x 8’08”)
Beautifully presented spacious double bedroom with two windows, one side, one front. In-built wardrobe with space for hanging and shelving. Fitted carpet. Pendant light. Two wall mounted radiators. Hatch access to loft from cupboard.
BEDROOM 2 4.41m x 2.80m (14’05” x 9’05”)
Further good sized bedroom with window to front. Shelving laid on to one side of dormant hearth. Wall mounted radiator. Fitted carpet. Pendant light.
BATHROOM 3.15m x 1.14m (10’03” x 3’08”)
White wash hand basin with matching ceramic bath with shower fitment overhead. Ceiling mounted shower curtain rail. Wall mounted radiator. Usual bathroom fitments. Ceiling mounted light. Double glazed window to side. Wood effect floor covering.
W.C. 1.20m x 1.17m (3’11” x 3’10”)
White wash hand basin with matching pedestal. Double glazed window to side. Wall mounted radiator. Wood effect floor covering. Ceiling mounted spotlight.
The property has a courtyard to the rear which also gives access to two outbuildings also belonging to 32 Millburn Street. This can be accessed either from St. Cuthbert Street through pend or by the back door from 32 Millburn Street itself. The rear courtyard is ideal for alfresco dining and the outbuildings are suitable for a number of uses whether it be just storage or, as the present owners use it, as laundry and craft room.
The Council Tax Band relating to this property is A.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE RATING
The Energy Efficiency Rating for this property is C.
The agents assume that the subjects are served by mains water, mains electricity, mains gas and mains drainage but no guarantee can be given at this stage. Any electrical items (including white goods) mentioned herein are included in the sale but the seller provides no warranty to those being in working order either at the time of viewing or date of entry).
Subject to negotiation.