Thirteen Castledykes Road is a well presented three bedroom home providing well laid out accommodation. The kitchen has a built in bench and table for dining which is included in the sale. There is a sliding barn door to maximise the kitchen space. The property benefits from three bedrooms, good internal storage, full uPVC double glazing, and full gas central heating. All carpets and fitted floor coverings remaining in the house at present will be included in the sale.
New boiler installed and the all the flooring in the property has been renewed since purchase. 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 Marches celebrations.
A paved path leads to the front door and the remainder of the front is mainly laid to concrete and slate chippings for ease of maintenance with well-established bushes interspersed. To the left side of the house as viewed from the road a pend leads up between the houses providing external access to the rear garden. Here there is a wooden shed with power which is included in the sale.
A concrete path runs the length of the rear garden with newly laid lawn area and patio area at the top of the garden. There are well established bushes and perennials at the edge of the lawn with a new fence and gate surrounding. There is a patio area suitable for al fresco dining approximately half way down the garden. The garden can also be accessed via the back door from the kitchen.