Menu
 

4 Bedroom Mid Terraced House

The Townhouse, 9 Union Street, Kirkcudbright

Sorry, this listing is no longer available.

The Townhouse, 9 Union Street, Kirkcudbright

Offers over £205,000
Kirkcudbright

Key Features

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Central Location
  • Original Features
  • Chain Free
  • Condensing Boiler
  • Double Glazing
  • Fireplace / Stove
  • Garden, Private
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Neutral Decor
  • Period Features
  • Stone Built
  • Town
  • Traditional
  • Wood / Laminate Floors

Description

Well-appointed and spacious Victorian Town House enjoying an excellent central but peaceful location. Currently a very successful commercial holiday let.

The Townhouse was extensively renovated in around 2006.  Whilst many traditional features were retained, preserving the character of the property, the property is now very well appointed, and benefits from: a lovely fitted kitchen with handmade units, well-appointed family bathroom, excellent en-suite facilities to the master bedroom, gas central heating throughout via the very efficient combi gas boiler, mains smoke alarms, and recessed lights through much of the property, many of which are efficient LED units. The traditional features include paneled wooden doors, stripped pine floors, sash and case windows, and coving to some ceilings.

The Town House has been used as part of a commercial holiday letting business since renovated and benefits from a high level of occupancy through the year, with a high level of occupancy throughout the year. If a purchaser wished to continue with a similar business, the sellers will be very pleased to work with them to ensure a smooth handover, continuity with regard to repeat bookings, etc.

Most items of furniture, white goods, and other contents are available by separate negotiation.  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, E.A.
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 “Artists 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 sport 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 and Scotland’s only Blue Flag Marina is only a short walk away.

Plans

Entrance Lobby
1.30
x
1.36
(4.3ft x 4.5ft)
A panelled exterior door with decorative fan light over gives access to the entrance lobby. Stripped pine floor to match the hall. Double doors open from the entrance lobby directly to the living room
Hall
2.19
x
3.81
(7.2ft x 12.5ft)
Stripped pine floor. Mains smoke alarm, coat hooks, radiator. Door to cellar, stairs to first floor. Cornicing to ceiling.
Living Room
3.83
x
4.51
(12.6ft x 14.8ft)
This room enjoys good natural light with two sash and case windows facing towards Union Street. There is an open fire with tiled hearth, surrounded by iron work and wooden mantel over. To one side of this is a shelved alcove suitable for a television, etc. Central ceiling light, radiator with thermostatic control, curtains, stripped pine floor, cornicing to ceiling
Kitchen / Diner
3.61
x
3.26
(11.8ft x 10.7ft)
The high quality kitchen is fitted with hand-made floor and wall units made of solid wood with a granite work surface. There is an integral Belfast sink with mixer tap over, integral Bosch electric oven and grill and integral Bosch ceramic hob with chrome and glass cooker hood over. Space and plumbing for dish-washer. Space for fridge-freezer. Radiator with thermostatic control There is good space for a dining table also and to one corner of the room is a cupboard concealing the Intergas combi gas heating boiler. Stripped pine floor
Conservatory
1.97
x
2.33
(6.5ft x 7.6ft)
The conservatory has a fully glazed roof, and a mix of solid walls and glazed areas. A door with glazed panel to the upper part opens to the rear garden, with glazed panels to either side and there is a window also. The rear wall of the house is white washed enhancing the brightness of the conservatory and there is a white tiled floor
Cellar
A stair down from the hall leads to the cellar, which has restricted head height, but provides useful storage space
First Floor Accommodation
A carpeted stair enjoying natural light from a window half-way up leads to the first floor landing which has a stripped pine floor, mains smoke alarm and again enjoys natural light from a Velux window over the stairs leading to the second floor.
Single Bedroom
1.95
x
3.64
(6.4ft x 11.9ft)
Sash and case window facing to the front of the property with wood panelling around. Radiator with thermostatic control. Stripped pine floor. Curtains
Double Bedroom
3.94
x
3.67
(12.9ft x 12ft)
Sash and case window facing towards the front with working wooden shutters and curtains also. Built-in wardrobe to one corner behind panelled wooden door. Stripped pine floor, radiator with thermostatic control. Open fire set in iron surround with scallop design; wooden mantel over
Bunk Bedroom
1.68
x
3.08
(5.5ft x 10.1ft)
UPVC double glazed window enjoying an open outlook over the grounds of the Catholic Church to the rear. The space in this room has been cleverly used with full size built-in bunk beds included in the sale. To one corner of the room is a built-in wardrobe. Curtains. Radiator with thermostatic control, stripped pine floor
Bathroom
1.74
x
2.15
(5.7ft x 7.1ft)
Bath, dual flush W.C. and wash-hand basin, all in white. There is a mixer shower over the bath and the surround is fully tiled with a shower rail to the side. Radiator with thermostatic control and towel rail over. Obscure uPVC double glazed window to the rear. Tiled splash-back over wash-hand basin with mirror above. Wooden panelling to the side of the bath, further towel rail and shelf at the opposite end of the bath to the shower. Stripped pine floor.
Second Floor
A further carpeted stair leads from the first floor landing to the second floor and this again enjoys natural light from a conservation grade Velux window over.
Master Bedroom
3.89
x
4.42
(12.8ft x 14.5ft)
The master bedroom is a most attractive bright room with conservation grade Velux window to the front and generous uPVC double glazed window to the rear. The flat roof above this dormer is finished in glass reinforced plastic – a material with a reputation of being far more durable than the felt that is usually used on flat roofs. To one corner there are built-in cupboards incorporating a hanging rail. Black-out blind to Velux window, black-out blind and curtains to main window, recessed halogen lights.
Ensuite
2.60
x
2.11
(8.5ft x 6.9ft)
Coombed ceiling with conservation grade Velux window fitted with integral blind. Bath with fully tiled surround, mixer shower over and shower screen to the side. Dual-flush W.C. and washhand basin. Radiator with shelf over, built-in cupboards, stripped pine floor. Tiles behind wash-hand basin.
Request a viewing
Download Particulars
 
Request a Home Report
 
Print this Property
 

Contact an Agent

Call: 01557 331 049
Email us
 
 
 
This site uses cookies.
Configure
 
Read our privacy policy

This site uses cookies for marketing, personalisation, and analysis purposes. You can opt out of this at any time or view our full privacy policy for more information.