Stable Cottage is a delightful two/three bedroom bungalow offering easily managed and well appointed accommodation. It enjoys a superb situation at the end of Ann Street, both peaceful and convenient for the amenities of the town, and benefits from an excellent outlook to the west over the roofs of Gatehouse to the Galloway Hills. Stable Cottage is also adjacent to the Cally Woods allowing easy access to an extensive network of footpaths and cycle trails.
How to get there From High Street in Gatehouse, turn onto Ann Street passing the Murray Arms Hotel and the Masonic Arms public house on your left. Follow the curve of Ann Street round to the right and immediately after passing between the two stone pillars turn to the left up hill. Follow this driveway up and the garage for Stable Cottage can be seen straight ahead of you.
General Information Gatehouse of Fleet is an active community and benefits from many local amenities, such as a primary school, shops, solicitors and accountants offices, hotels, library and Health Centre. Within the wider area, there are many beautiful sandy beaches and rocky coves within easy reach, and equally dramatic inland scenery, with magnificent hills, glens, and lochs.
Within Gatehouse there are active sports clubs (for example bowling, snooker and golf) and a wide variety of outdoor pursuits can be enjoyed in the area, including sailing, fishing, golf, cycling and hill walking
GARAGE 5.46m x 3.80m (17’10” x 12’5”) With up-and-over door to the front and window to the side, the brick built garage has a concrete floor and a pitch and slated roof. This is quite a tall garage and provides excellent storage. Electric light and power.
GARDEN The beautiful garden will be a real attraction for keen gardeners. The access road to Stable Cottage leads to a gravelled drive which provides a good area of parking in front of the garage, and the gravel extends on up towards the house providing further parking if desired. To the left of the gravel drive a variety of vegetables and fruit are being grown with, raspberries, apples, strawberries and gooseberries in evidence. The Mill Lade, which runs on down to the Mill on the Fleet (and originally provided the water power for the Mill), runs through the garden providing real interest and in addition to the drive leading over the Lade, there is a wooden bridge. Much of the garden is lawn interspersed with bedding areas with well-established perennials providing a variety of colour. On the south side of the house is a sheltered patio area. Greenhouse.