Detached newly built character cottage finished to a high standard throughout located at the end of a quiet country lane with views over the River Dee. Viewing highly recommended.
Located a short drive out of Kirkcudbright, Fish House is a newly built detached 2 bedroom cottage. The cottage has been built using stone from the ruins of the original Fish House that dated back to 1825 to give a modern
take on a traditional building.
This beautifully presented property light and bright property has been finished to an exacting standard throughout. Although newly built the property has character and charm in abundance with reclaimed solid wood doors and ironmongery throughout but with all the modern finishes and fittings that are expected of newly built property including underfloor heating.
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. Long frequented by artists, Kirkcudbright was home to the renowned artist, EA Hornel, one of the “Glasgow Boys”, the artistic tradition has been maintained today by a flourishing colony of painters and craft workers which has led to Kirkcudbright being named “the Artists’ Town”. 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”.
To the front of Fish House is a large gravelled area potentially for parking which sweeps round to the side of the property with raised flower beds and a fenced in area leading around to the rear lawn and decking are
which can also be accessed directly from the kitchen. There is a seating bench and log store underneath this area is fenced with metal railings.
Built In wooden flower planters. There is parking for 2 cars.
OUTBUILDINGS – ICE HOUSE
Entrance passageway 15’ long: Inner chamber 13’ x 6’ and Large Ice House room 12’6” x 15’6”
Dating back to approximately the 1800s the ice house was previously used for ice storage and chill storage of salmon caught off the River Dee. Built into the banking adjacent to Fish House, this brick built ice house is entered
through a single doorway leading to an arched walkway into an inner room which then opens up to a larger chamber with a domed ceiling. This inner chamber is more than 6 metres high.