An immaculately presented spacious country cottage tastefully decorated enjoying an incredible coastal position with expansive
south facing views over the Dee Estuary to Ross Island and beyond.
Nun Mill House is a delightful traditional coastal cottage offering well proportioned flexible accommodation throughout. The cottage has
truly superb views across the Dee Estuary from all front facing rooms which enjoy an ever changing vista throughout the year.
Nun Mill House benefits from Double glazing, oil fired central heating, a lovely and easily maintained garden, and an extensive parking area, the ownership of which goes with the house.
Kirkcudbright is approximately three miles away, and 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” who lived in nearby
Broughton House, now in the care of the National Trust for Scotland.
Artistic tradition is maintained today by a flourishing colony of painters and craft workers which has led to Kirkcudbright being named the
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 is also a popular yachting destination.
7’6” x 5’4” 2.30m x 1.64m
Adjacent to the back door and therefore easily accessed from the kitchen, the utility room houses the Boulter Camray 5 oil central
heating boiler, with Heatrae Sadia Megaflo hot water tank to one side. Washing machine, and Freezer, and shelving providing additional
storage. Single glazed window, electric power and light.
11’4” x 6’ 3.46m x 1.87m
The wooden potting shed has a pitched roof with Perspex panels to one side, allowing in natural light, and these can be opened for
ventilation, with cords to operate each one individually. Extensive shelving for storage, electric power and light, wooden floor.
The pretty front garden of Nun Mill has well established shrub borders and stone walls. Large patio areas adjacent to the Sunroom ideal
for “al fresco” dining. Generous lawn. The path continues to wind round the side of the cottage towards the rear door. There are further
terraced areas to the side of the house. Oil Storage Tank. Nun Mill House also includes ownership of, and the exclusive right to
park on, the extensive gravelled area on the opposite side of the minor road adjacent to Nun Mill House, providing very generous off street parking space.
The Title also includes ownership of a terraced area of ground between Nun Mill House and the adjacent property, Nun Mill, lying
beyond the garden wall.
The property is currently used as a successful holiday let business. The current owners would be willing to sell the contents of Nun Mill
House by separate negotiation.