The Wagon House is an attractive property situated at the edge of the popular residential development of Cannee. The blend of traditional converted barn is sympathetically complimented by modern internal living space and Wagon House is no exception. The accommodation, both in space and layout are perfectly balanced to make the most of the views surrounding the development but is set out in an easily maintainable way so that it
could be a lock-up and leave property just as easily as it could be a full time home, buy to let or holiday let property.
The current owners would consider selling the property fully furnished subject to separate negotiation or alternatively vacant possession could be given. The Wagon House is situated on Cannee Hill approximately 1 mile from Kirkcudbright town centre. Being positioned on the outskirts of Kirkcudbright, it allows convenient access to all local amenities whilst offering the opportunity of rural living. Kirkcudbright itself is a historic and architecturally interesting town which has a castle and harbour at its heart. Labelled ‘The Artists’ Town’ Kirkcudbright has long since played host to well-known artists including E.A. Taylor, Jessie M King and E.A Hornel. In more recent years the town has welcomed a number of art exhibitions and local galleries to its repertoire of attractions. Kirkcudbright also has a range of local amenities including, convenience stores, dental practice, optician, health centre and hospital, primary school, Kirkcudbright Academy, Kirkcudbright Museum and a variety of sports facilities and clubs including squash club, tennis courts, golf course, Kirkcudbright Swimming Pool and fitness facilities and marina.
3.57m x 3.02m (11’08” x 9’10”) (at longest and widest and under stair)
Bright welcoming hallway giving access to all ground floor accommodation. Under stair storage/cloak. Wall mounted radiator. Pendant light. Cupboard access to fuse box and meters. Fitted carpet.
4.54m x 3.89m (14’10” x 12’09”)
Good sized living room with ample space for dining. Floor to picture rail height Double glazed window to front giving views to front patio and beyond to countryside and Dee Estuary. Curtains. Ceiling glass light port with skylight above. Ample power points. Television point. Telephone point. Fitted carpet. Inset ceiling spotlights. Wall mounted radiator. Access to kitchen.
3.57m x 2.01m (11’08” x 6’06”)
This galley style kitchen is fitted with wooden cupboards under counter and above in an “L” shaped configuration with modern worktop set out in a horse shoe configuration to give generous worktop space and the option of breakfast bar/dining. Ceiling light portal with skylight above allows natural light to flood in promoting a bright and serviceable kitchen. Stainless steel sink with right hand drainer and mixer tap. Washing machine. Under counter Worcester oil boiler. Ample power points. Integral under counter fridge with freezer compartment. Integral Diplomat double oven and grill with four ring electric hob with extractor fan above. Tiled flooring.
2.40m x 1.44m (7’10” x 4’08”)
The bathroom has traditional white wash hand basin and matching pedestal. Stylish monochrome colour scheme. White bath with over bath Mira shower. Shower screen. Ceiling mounted extractor fan. Pendant light. Wall mounted radiator. Usual bathroom fitments. Tile effect linoleum floor covering.
4.41m x 2.98m (14’05” x 9’09”) (at longest and widest)
Generously proportioned double bedroom again with floor to picture rail height double glazed window giving views to outside rockery. Patterned curtains. Ample power points. Fitted carpet. Pendant light. Two large in-built wardrobes with space for hanging and shelving. Wall mounted radiator.
First Floor Accommodation:
8.47m x 2.74m (27’09” x 9’00”) (into eaves)
Cleverly and sympathetically developed attic space accessed via stairwell from hallway. This room runs the full width and length of the property and is ideal for spacious storage although the current owners use it as additional sitting and guest bedroom space. This is the perfect view point to take in the rooftop architecture of the surrounding properties as well as a framed view over surrounding countryside towards the Dee Estuary. Power laid on. Fitted carpet. Skylight to rear with clever light shaft to kitchen and living room. Access to eaves. Ceiling
mounted spotlights. Smoke detector.
The internal accommodation is complimented by a manageable front garden, partially laid to patio for alfresco dining and partially laid to graveled and planted rockery. Being at the edge of the Cannee Development there is some privacy and further privacy could be given by reconfiguring the garden. Wall mounted carriage light and spigot tap. Garden shed. Oil tank. Cobbled parking area.
The Council Tax Band relating to this property is B.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE RATING
The Energy Efficiency Rating for this property is D.
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.
Subject to negotiation.