13 Bourtree Crescent t benefits from full uPVC double glazing, full Gas Central Heating, considerable built in storage, and a large utility room separate from the kitchen. Canadian Maple floors through most of the property are a particular feature. The seller may retain some or all of the curtains.
This is a well positioned property, a level walk away from the shops and other amenities of the town, and with an open aspect to the west near the entrance to St Mary’s Isle Estate. Although the A711 public road lies immediately to the west, locals will appreciate that this is a very quiet section of road, as it leads to the small settlements of Dundrennan and Auchencairn.
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”. This tradition is maintained today by a flourishing colony of painters and craft workers which has led to Kirkcudbright being named the “Artists’ Town”.
Kirkcudbright enjoys a wide variety of mainly family owned shops, pubs, hotels and restaurants, whilst offering a wide range of facilities, including its own golf course, marina, swimming pool and an active summer festivities programme, including its own Jazz Festival and Tattoo.
GARAGE 5.61m x 3.67m 18’4” x 12’
There is an “up and over” door to the front and a further pedestrian door to the side. This is adjacent to the back door leading to the rear porch and there is a covered area outside allowing easy access between these two doors. The garage has two generous windows to the rear, shelving to the side, electric power and light and red painted concrete floor.
The level garden is of a good size. To the front of the property there is a generous concrete area, both in front of the garage and to one side of it, providing a good sized area for parking. A graveled path runs along the whole of the front of the house and along the front there are also well established bedding areas and lawn. Continuing down the south-side of the house there is a further lawn and well established shrubs. A gate in a trellised fence leads through to the west garden, which is again mainly laid to lawn with well-established shrubs and perennials.
The gravel path continues right round the house, with lawn adjacent to it and then bedding areas on the edge of the garden. To the north of the house and adjacent to the rear of the garage and utility room is a patio area with wall surrounding providing a sheltered and private area for “al fresco” dining. There is a wooden shed here also. Towards the northern end of the garden a gate provides access to the main road opposite Castledykes Road and the entrance to St Mary’s Isle Estate. There is a concrete path along the north of the house.
The Council Tax Band relating to this property is F.
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 stag