Myosotis (the botanical name for the forget-me-not flower) is a well-proportioned and easily managed two bedroom bungalow. It benefits from uPVC double glazing, gas central heating and is set in a lovely and easily kept garden. This part of Kirkcudbright is both peaceful and yet convenient for the shops and other amenities of the town.
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, Tollbooth Arts Centre, Stewart Museum and numerous galleries. Long frequented by artists, Kirkcudbright was home to the renowned artist, EA Hornell, 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”.
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 programmer, including its own Jazz Festival and Tattoo.
A concrete drive leads down to the single garage
Single Garage 5.16m x 2.74m (16’11” x 8’11”)
“Up and over” door to the front. Window to the rear. Electric power and light. Pitched metal roof.
The remainder of the rest of the front garden is set out for ease of maintenance with a gravel path along the front of the house and continuing up to the pedestrian gate at the opposite end of the house. Most of the front is finished with chipped slate with areas of planting interspersed. Continuing down the side of the house from the pedestrian gate a paved path leads to the back door and the remainder of the areas is laid to gravel with bedding areas between. Exterior light by the back door. A gate leads through to the rear garden and there is a raised patio area immediately behind the house. Steps lead down to the main garden which again is mainly finished in gravel with bedding areas
between containing well established perennials.
Garden Shed / Sunroom
This outbuilding is divided into two areas:
Garden shed 4.60m x 1.71m 15’ x 5’7”)
The garden shed has breeze block walls to the lower part and boarding above. There is a window to the rear and a pitched corrugated concrete roof. It also enjoys borrowed light through windows opening to the sun room.
Sunroom 4.60m x 1.75m (15’ x 5’8”)
The sun room area has a corrugated metal roof finished with uPVC cladding on the interior and with windows facing east, south and west