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Delightful Terraced Townhouse in Kirkcudbright Town Centre

29 St Mary Street, Kirkcudbright

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29 St Mary Street, Kirkcudbright

Guide Price £190,000

Key Features

  • Central Location
  • Garden
  • Chain Free
  • Electric Heating
  • Garage
  • Garden, Private
  • Period Features
  • Shed/Summer House
  • Stone Built
  • Town


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”.

Rear Garden

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.

Entrance Vestibule
(8.1ft x 4.9ft)
Traditional wooden entrance door with secondary glazed window light above. Built cupboard housing electric switchgear. Horstmann Economy 7 Quartz heating controller. Varnished wooden floor. Coat hooks. Internal glazed door to hall with glazed side screens and window lights above. Original plaster cornicing
(10ft x 4.9ft)
Dimplex night store heater and wooden radiator shelf. Original plaster cornicing. Archway to staircase. Carpeted staircase to split level landing, wooden handrail and painted wooden balustrade. Staircase continues to first and second floor levels
Downstairs Toilet
(4ft x 3.4ft)
Obscure part glazed door from hall. WC and wash hand basin. Single obscure glazed window to side.
Dining Room / Living Room
(14.8ft x 11.7ft)
uPVC double glazed window to side. Sliding window shutters. Dimplex night store heater. Telephone point. Under stairs shelved cupboard. Glazed door to kitchen.
(9.7ft x 8.6ft)
Dual aspect uPVC double glazed windows to side and rear with Venetian blinds. Modern fitted shaker style kitchen units in light oak with chrome handles. Grey slate effect formica work surface with matching splash backs. Chimney style brushed steel cooker hood. Built in Lamona ceramic hob. Built in fridge freezer [doors to be fitted]. Built in Lamona single electric oven. Hotpoint Aquarius automatic washing machine. Stainless steel one and a half bowl sink with single drainer. Under unit lighting. Door to side leading to garden.
Half Landing
(8ft x 3.5ft)
Night store heater. Glazed ceiling hatch leading to roof void with borrowed light from roof light. Smoke alarm
(4.3ft x 3.4ft)
WC and wash hand basin. Wall mounted fan heater. Single glazed full height Georgian obscure sash and case window to side. [evidence of damp] Glazed door and side screen with glazed window above leading to hall
(8ft x 7ft)
Two single glazed windows to side. Wash hand basin with tiled splash back. Mirrored medicine cabinet. Shaver point. Chrome electric towel rail. Wall mounted fan heater. Bath, partially tiled around bath with shower screen and Triton T80 instant electric shower over bath.
Beedroom 1
(17.2ft x 9.7ft)
uPVC double glazed window to rear with wide painted wooden window shelf overlooking garden to rear. Built in wardrobe with part mirror double doors, shelf and hanging rail. Storage boxes above. Separate airing cupboard housing factory insulated hot water tank with slatted shelving.
First Floor Landing
Smoke alarm. Carpeted staircase leading to upper and lower levels with painted wooden balustrade and wooden handrail. Creda night store heater with wooden radiator shelf above.
Bedroom 2
(15.1ft x 12.2ft)
uPVC double glazed window to rear. Dimplex wall mounted panel heater with 24 hour timer. Plaster cornice. Walk in cupboard with shelving and coat hooks [5’10” x 2’8” (1.80m x 0.84m)]
Sitting Room
(18.3ft x 14.1ft)
Plaster cornicing. Twin bay secondary glazed sash and case windows to front overlooking the Soaperie Gardens and the junction of St Mary Street and St Cuthbert Street. Dimplex night store heater with radiator shelf. Telephone/computer point
Bedroom 3 / Study
(12.1ft x 7.6ft)
Secondary glazed sash and case window to front overlooking St Mary Street and the Soaperie Gardens. Continuation of staircase to second floor landing with door leading to storage area at half landing. uPVC double glazed window to rear.
Attic Bedroom
(11.7ft x 8.1ft)
Velux window to front . Part coombed ceiling.
Attic Bedroom 2
(20.5ft x 13.2ft)
Coombed ceilings. Single glazed sash and case window to rear. Access hatches to side loft areas. Dimplex panel heater with 24 hour timer.
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