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A spacious two bedroom first floor flat within a delightful Victorian terrace, centrally located and adjacent to Kirkcudbright Galleries. The property enjoys a pleasant outlook across the Soaperie gardens to the front.

1 Mews Lane, Kirkcudbright

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1 Mews Lane, Kirkcudbright

Offers over £175,000
Kirkcudbright

Key Features

  • Garage
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Investment Property
  • Patio
  • Period Features
  • Portfolio Property
  • Private Parking
  • Stone Built
  • Town
  • Traditional

Description

1 Mews Lane is a wonderful example of a traditional granite fronted first floor, flat within a delightful Victorian terrace in the heart of Kirkcudbright’s cultural and historic centre.

The property enjoys excellent views over the Soaperie Gardens towards the Harbour Square and beyond. Ideally suited as a lock-and-leave property in the heart of Kirkcudbright within easy walking distance of all amenities and with the added benefit of a single garage for off street parking or storage. The property benefits from gas heating and has been tastefully decorated throughout, complementing a number of the original Victorian features. The property should be viewed to be fully appreciated.

The harbour town of Kirkcudbright is known as Scotland’s “Artists’ Town” and was particularly popular with the colourists (many of whom lived in Kirkcudbright) around 1900. It is a very active, friendly community and most visitors to the town are surprised at the variety and number of activities and events being held. The property is in the heart of Kirkcudbright’s conservation area and enjoys an excellent elevated outlook over the town’s gardens towards the Harbour Square and beyond.

HOW TO GET THERE
Whilst the property has a frontage on to St Mary Street, access is from the Mews Lane to the rear across the courtyard in front of the garage block and then via a path through garden ground to the rear shared entrance to numbers 1 and 3 Mews Lane.

ACCOMMODATION
Bright and welcoming communal entrance hallway and staircase leading to first floor level. Single glazed entrance door from communal entrance.

HALLWAY
Split level hallway. Single glazed sash and case window to rear providing natural light with Roman blind. Wall mounted gas boiler. Wall light. Under Stair storage cupboard. Carpeted staircase to main landing with wooden handrail. Carbon monoxide detector.

MAIN LANDING
Spacious landing with doors leading off to all rooms. Feature arched alcove. Ceiling light. Ceiling cornicing. Smoke alarm. Wall mounted thermostat. Radiator.

WALK-IN CUPBOARD 1.92m x 1.23m
Large walk-in cupboard providing useful additional storage, hot water tank and built in shelving.

DINING KITCHEN 5.18m x 4.14m
Spacious farmhouse style dining kitchen. This delightful room has a number of fitted kitchen units with marble effect laminate work surfaces. Tiled splash backs. Single glazed sash and case window to rear with Roman blind above. Xpelair extractor fan. Feature ceiling light above dining area. Stainless steel Franké double sink with drainer to side. Free standing electric cooker. Extractor hood (decorative only). Built-in shelved press/cupboard housing electric switchgear. Radiator. Picture rail. Ceiling cornicing. Tile-effect vinyl flooring. Heat sensor. Central ceiling light.

SITTING ROOM 5.38m x 4.86m
Spacious reception room benefiting from a fine view across to the Soaperie gardens. Single glazed sash and case window to front with working window shutters. Curtain pole and curtains above. Two radiators with thermostatic valves. TV point. Sky point. Ornate ceiling cornicing. Ornate central ceiling light. Two wall lights. Feature fireplace with living flame effect fire set on tiled hearth with painted wooden mantle above. Wall lights. Telephone point. Fitted Carpet.

SHOWER ROOM 3.25m into window x 2.32m (at longest and widest)
Recently refurbished contemporary shower room. Large sash and case single glazed window to front with secondary glazed panel providing ample natural light. Roman blind. Ceramic tiled floor. Large double walk in shower cubicle with Mains shower above with Monsoon rainfall shower head. White WC and Wash hand basin inset into modern high gloss vanity unit. Contemporary graphite radiator with thermostatic valve. Ornate ceiling cornicing. Ceiling light.

BEDROOM 1 4.21m x 3.96m at widest
Well-proportioned front facing double bedroom enjoying a fine out look across the Soaperie Gardens. Single glazed sash and case window with curtain pole and curtains above. Radiator with thermostatic valve. Ceiling cornicing. Ceiling light. Fitted Carpet.

BEDROOM 2 4.23m x 3.62m
Further good sized double bedroom with a pleasant outlook across neighbouring garden. Single glazed sash and case window with curtain pole and curtains above. Radiator with thermostatic valve. Ceiling cornicing. Ceiling light. Fitted Carpet.

OUTSIDE
Immediately to the rear of the property is a covered terraced area at the entrance to the communal stairway with ample room for a small table and chairs and enjoying a pleasant out look across the neighbouring garden.
There is also a right within the title deeds “to use the drying green in the garden two days each week (excluding Sundays)”.

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