As we are sure you will be aware, the impact of the Covid-19 Coronavirus continues to accelerate and affect many people’s lives in every aspect including the industries and workplaces they are part of.  We have been closely monitoring the guidance given by both the Government and the Legal Services Governing bodies about how and what work we can continue during this time to ensure we keep staff, clients and their families safe and help slow the speed of the virus.

With such uncertain times, the third party services and other industries we rely on to progress the work we do for clients are having to take unprecedented measures (such as the recent temporary closure of the Land Register of Scotland for Applications, and direct guidance from The Law Society of Scotland that conveyancing and transactional work should be ‘paused’) to ensure their staff are safe also.  Much of what we do cannot be done without these third party services being operational. 

The Governments have not categorised workers in our field to be ‘key workers’ who can continue to travel to work and therefore in these circumstances of national emergency, we feel that we are left with no other option but to close our office premises with immediate effect until further notice or until the restrictions placed on us by our Government are lifted. This action has been taken in the interests of public health and to ensure we are not putting our staff at risk.

We have been working remotely as much as possible to date to attend to client business but there is only so much that can be done from home without our main office being operational.  We also need staff in the office to operate. As we cannot have staff in the office, we cannot have staff working from home either. Therefore we are extremely limited in what we can do for you at present.

At this time, we would ask our clients and third parties to communicate by email to . If your matter is urgent, please call 01557 330 692, However, there are currently only two of us (Ian Rodger and Ross Ireland) to deal with everything. We may not be able to respond quickly. We will try to help if we can, but are very limited in our capacity to do so at present.

We will of course continue to closely monitor the Scottish and UK Governments advice and await the release of any further information or details that will impact on the welfare of our employees, clients and our business.

Thank you for your understanding and support as we all try to adjust and allow our country to ensure the safety of its people during these unprecedented times.  We hope that we will be able our doors again soon to continue servicing the needs of our clients and community.

Stay well and stay safe.


Your Williamson and Henry Team

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2 Bedroom Terraced Townhouse

81 High Street, Kirkcudbright

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81 High Street, Kirkcudbright

Guide Price £165,000

Key Features

  • Chain Free
  • Fireplace / Stove
  • Garden, Private
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Neutral Decor
  • Town


81 High Street enjoys a south facing location near the widest part or “crook” of the High Street in one of the most picturesque areas of the town and is at the very centre of its artistic tradition within easy level walking distance of a number of galleries and other local amenities.

Kirkcudbright is an attractive harbour town situated on the banks of the River Dee. The town itself is of historic and architectural interest with its ancient High Street, Tolbooth Arts Centre, Stewartry Museum and numerous galleries including the recently opened Kirkcudbright Galleries. Long frequented by artists, Kirkcudbright was home to the renowned artist, EA Hornel, one of the “Glasgow Boys”. This tradition is maintained today by a flourishing colony of painters and craft workers which has led to Kirkcudbright being named the “Artists’ Town” and the recent opening of the Kirkcudbright Galleries further promotes that artistic tradition on a national stage.

Kirkcudbright enjoys a wide variety of mainly family owned shops, pubs, hotels and restaurants whilst offering a wide range of facilities, including its own golf course, marina, swimming pool and an active summer festivities programme including its own jazz festival and tattoo. The Solway is also a popular yachting destination with a Blue Flag Marina only a short walk away.

Small secluded courtyard with space for table and chairs providing an opportunity for alfresco dining in
the summer.

The Council Tax Band relating to this property is C.

The Energy Efficiency Rating for this property is a Band D

(46.6ft x 3.2ft)
Painted wooden front door with single glazed fan light. Internal fifteen pane glazed door to living room and fifteen pane glazed panel. Pine panelled with integrated book shelving.
Open Plan Living Area
(15.4ft x 11.8ft)
The living area has two sash and case windows to front with secondary glazed panels with wide window shelving and built-in storage cupboards beneath, part wood panelling to dado height. Traditional fireplace with painted wooden surround and overmantle, cast iron and tiled backing with tiled hearth and inset coal effect gas fire. Built-in cupboard with shelving and double doors and built-in double door storage cupboard beneath. Radiator with thermostatic valve
Dining Area
(9.6ft x 8.6ft)
Carpeted staircase leading to first floor level. Brick built open fireplace with wooden overmantle and tiled hearth. Smoke alarm and a wall mounted Horstmann Thermostat. Understairs storage cupboard with shelving.
Kitchen Area
(12.9ft x 7.8ft)
Two radiators. Secondary glazed windows to the side and rear. Part tiled floor. Fitted base unit in country cream with butcher’s block wooden worksurfaces. Ceramic corner sink with drainer, slot in Belling electric cooker. Access hatch to loft. Swift air extractor fan. Hardwood single glazed stable door to side.
Utility Room Area
(10.3ft x 5.8ft)
Part glazed wooden door from kitchen. Tiled floor. Clothes pulley. Belfast sink. Butcher’s block work surfaces. Plumbing for Bosch Classix 6 automatic washing machine. Beko fridge/freezer. Gas meter. Wall mounted Alfa Intec 34c wall mounted gas boiler. Velux roof light. Single glazed window to side with window shelf and coat hooks. Access door leading to outside.
Sitting Room / Bedroom
(15.8ft x 13.6ft)
Three double glazed windows to front with wide wooden window shelves. Two radiators with thermostatic valves. Original fireplace with painted wooden mantel, tiled hearth and surround (not working). Venetian blinds on windows. Built-in wardrobe with shelving and hanging rail, double doors.
(7.8ft x 6.9ft)
Modern suite of bath, W.C. and wash hand basin set in vanity unit. Fitted mirror. Shaver light. Respatex shower wall around bath. Folding shower screen. Mira Sport instant electric shower over bath. Radiator with thermostatic valve. Window to rear. Wooden venetian blind. Internal glazed window to landing and obscure glazed door from landing. Painted wood panelling to waist height and cork tiled floor.
Shower Room
(8.4ft x 6.1ft)
Part coombed ceiling. Velux window to rear. W.C. and wash hand basin set in vanity unit with cupboard beneath. Further built-in storage cupboard. Low level storage cupboard with louvre door. Chrome towel radiator. Shower cubicle with shower wall. Mira mains shower and glazed shower door
(15.6ft x 10.4ft)
Built-in storage cupboard to side loft. Part coombed ceilings and sash and case secondary glazed dormer window to front. Radiator. Access hatch to loft.
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