A delightful Victorian terraced townhouse set in the heart of Kirkcudbright over 3 levels retaining a number of traditional features and with a private walled garden and separate garage on to Mews Lane at the rear. The property benefits from part electric heating, part double/part secondary double glazing and a shaker style modern kitchen.
An impressive stone fronted terraced house which overlooks the Soaperie Gardens in the heart of the town, in close to proximity to Kirkcudbright Galleries and within easy level
walking distance of all the town centre attractions. Retaining a number of the original features including plaster cornicing, panel doors, high ceilings and an impressive hallway
and staircase, the property must be viewed to be fully appreciated.
Kirkcudbright itself is of historic and architectural interest with its ancient High Street, Tolbooth Arts Centre, Stewartry Museum and numerous galleries including the highly
acclaimed Kirkcudbright Galleries. Long frequented by artists, Kirkcudbright was home to the renowned artist, EA Hornel, one of the “Glasgow Boys” who lived in Broughton House,
now in the care of the National Trust for Scotland. The town has a good range of local shops and professional services as well as primary and secondary schools, a swimming
pool and ample scope for leisure activities with a great variety of clubs and organisations. Kirkcudbright has a very active local community who organise a popular Jazz Festival and
a range of annual “summer festivities”.
Good sized private garden, well screened by brick walls. Extensive slabbed patio and pathway with drying green and borders planted with a selection of mature shrubs for
added privacy. Pedestrian door to rear lane. Rotary clothes dryer. Outside water tap.
Garage 17’5” x 9’2” (5.32m x 2.81m)
Separate from the property there is a lean to garage of brick built rendered construction with felted roof. Henderson up and over garage door. Concrete floor. Single glazed window to side.