Bridge Street is within a fine terraced row of whinstone houses with sandstone facings. Although a First Floor Flat, this property benefits from having its own exclusive main door
entrance from the pavement at the front and also to the rear garden. It is a bright airy flat, with high ceilings and some good period features such as the fine oak stair banister.
The garden to the rear is shared with the ground floor flat.
Kirkcudbright itself is an attractive harbour town which boasts an array of historical and architectural features of interest, including a castle in its town centre, an ancient High
Street, Toll Booth Art’s Centre, Stewartry Museum and numerous galleries, including the newly opened Kirkcudbright Gallery and Café on St Mary Street. Known as the
“Artists’ Town”, Kirkcudbright was the home of the renowned Artist, E A Hornel (one of the “Glasgow Boys”) and other artists who formed the artist colony. The town
has an affiliation for art exhibitions and crafts. Within town there is a wide variety of family owned shops, pubs, hotels and restaurants, active sport facilities, including a
golf course, marina, swimming pool, tennis courts, squash courts, as well as an active Summer Festivities Programme, including its own Jazz Festival, Tattoo and Riding of the
Accessed via the ground floor rear hall, the common area of stone chips is shared with number 15. With a path leading from the garden to the harbour.