Millside is a converted village bakery located in the heart of the coastal village of Auchencairn. The property retains a number of original features from the old bakery including the cast iron ovens, large wooden beams in the kitchen and living room, not to mention spacious cellar space below.
The property benefits from double glazing throughout, oil fired central heating, ample garden grounds, a double garage and an internal courtyard offering additional scope for expansion of the property\’s living space.
Auchencairn itself is a delightful Galloway village close to Auchencairn Bay, an inlet of the Solway Firth, located approximately 10 miles east of Kirkcudbright and 7 miles west of Dalbeattie. The village itself has a range of local facilities including Primary School, garage, convenience store and Post Office, Church, award winning community garden and bowling green. The well renowned Balcary Bay Hotel is within walking distance.
Nearby Castle Douglas is a thriving Galloway market town lying approximately 18 miles south-west of Dumfries and enjoys an enviable range of shops, restaurants and other facilities in a town now promoted and known as the \”Food Town\”.
The south-west of Scotland is a genuinely rural area with its gentle rolling landscape, mild climate and dramatic coastline. The area has a good range of sporting and outdoor activities, with opportunities to take shooting in the area, fishing on the nearby rivers and of course golf. The Solway Coast is also a popular yachting destination enjoying excellent facilities at Kirkcudbright and nearby Kippford. The very popular \”7 Stanes\” forest cycle pathway is also close by in the town of Dalbeattie, some 8 miles from Auchencairn.
The double garage is split into two. The first area (10\’01\” x 17\’04\”) features an up-and-over garage door with electrical power points, shelving, uPVC double glazed windows, concrete flooring and an access doorway into the second part of the garage (18\’09\” x 9\’11\”) which is currently used for storage and features concrete flooring, shelving, two long uPVC windows to the side and an up-and-over garage door. There is also storage for garden equipment in a lower section of this part of the building and contains a door to the garden at the rear.
The rear is accessed from a porch in the kitchen which leads on to a seating area. Access is also taken here to two large cellars, which have lighting and power points and offer the scope for development (though no enquiries have been made of the Local Authority in this regard and potential purchasers would require to take their own advice here).
Area of lawn to the rear with mature shrubs and tree lined boundary. Large undeveloped area suitable for a variety of uses including erection of garden room, sheds, greenhouses etc.