11 Barcloy Mill Road, Rockcliffe, is a well-proportioned detached bungalow offering bright, spacious accommodation throughout. This wonderful detached home with lovely views over the Urr Estuary and Solway Firth is located within the much sought after coastal village of Rockcliffe and would suit a number of different purchasers.
In need of some modernisation this lovely home is situated in an elevated position with ample garden to the front and back. Located within a popular quiet residential area close to coastal walks and the beaches of Rockcliffe, yet only half a mile from the village of Colvend which offers excellent amenities including a primary school, a local shop, tearoom, community hall, church, mobile post office, bank and library.
Rockcliffe, a historic and picturesque seaside resort, is situated around a small sandy bay and is perhaps one of our prettiest coastal locations in South West Scotland. The crescent shore is punctuated by craggy rocks and rock pools making it a magnet for families. The village overlooks Heston Island, the Urr Estuary and Rough Island, a bird sanctuary owned by National Trust for Scotland that can
be reached via a causeway at low tide. A short walk from the main beach leads to a delightful Coffee and Craft Shop. It is half a mile from the village of Colvend which offers excellent amenities including a primary school, a local shop, tearoom, community hall and church. An abundance of excellent walking tracks are readily accessed from the property including the renowned Jubilee Path which links
Rockcliffe to Kippford and Sandyhills. Dalbeattie Forest, approximately two miles away, is home to the 7Stanes cycle tracks. Golfers are also well catered for in the area with courses available at Kippford and Colvend, while Dalbeattie and the Championship course at Southerness are both within easy reach. A full range of amenities can be found in “The Granite Town” of Dalbeattie, approximately six miles away, including supermarkets, secondary schooling, library and health centre.
Rockcliffe lies within 20 miles of the county town of Dumfries where the railway andbus stations, provide easy access around the country. Dumfries, also offers a good selection of supermarkets, other retail facilities and a variety of leisure activities. It is also home to the University of the West of Scotland.
Number 11 is accessed along a quiet private road and is positioned within a good size plot, with gardens to front and rear and external lighting covering the side and front elevations. A tarmac driveway offers off-street parking for several vehicles and provides easy access to the garage, with additional pathways leading along the front, side, and rear of the property.
To the rear of the property, the paved pathway leads you to a patio area surrounded by an L shaped lawn and the access to the basement. This allows for multi-purpose use of the rear garden such as a drying area and a secluded outdoor seating area
for entertaining and making the most of the Spring/Summer, and Autumn weather. The garden grounds are bounded by part hedgerows, drystone wall and timber post with wire fencing.
Entry to the garage is provided by an up and over door. The garage benefits from its own power supply, providing electrical sockets and lighting, and has the potential to allow for a workshop area to the rear