£108,000 Offers Around
OFFER UNDER CONSIDERATION
26 Millburn Street, Kirkcudbright is a traditional mid terraced house with accommodation over three floors with a sun room and mature garden to the rear. It is situated in one of the oldest streets of the town, a short walk from all local amenities and the historic heart of Kirkcudbright.
The property is an ideal residence for a first time buyer, young family or as a rental investment.
The original two storey and attic section of the house is approximately 135 years old and is of sold stone construction. The outer walls of the first floor extension containing the bathroom and utility/box room is of cavity brick construction and is approximately 60 years old. The single storey garden room extension is approximately 15 years old and is of cavity concrete block construction. It has an internal floor area of 94m2. All fitted carpets and floor coverings are included in the sale.
INTERNAL viewing is a must to appreciate the potential this property has to offer and the character within.
UPVC door gives access to:
Wooden floor, smoke alarm, central heating radiator, two ceiling lights, thermostat control, understairs storage area, coat hooks, cupboard housing electric meter and fuse box.
Step down to:
LIVING ROOM 4.75m x 3.19m
Window to front and window to side path, fitted carpet, central heating radiator, dimmer switch, fireplace with wooden surround, marble inlay and hearth, t.v. aerial point, opaque glazed hatch to kitchen, four wall lights, window blinds, fitted shelved cupboard with double louvred doors, wooden beams.
Returning to the hall:
Steps lead to:
15 pane glazed door to:
SUN ROOM 3.85m x 3.45m
Windows on three sides, UPVC patio doors to rear garden, laminate flooring, window blinds, central heating radiator, two t.v. aerial points.
First Floor is accessed via carpeted stairs from Hall to First Floor Landing.
L-shaped, fitted carpet, smoke alarm, opaque window to side, central heating radiator, telephone point.
BOXROOM/UTILITY ROOM 1.95m x 1.66m
Vinyl flooring, central heating radiator, window to rear.
BATHROOM 2.63m x 2.03m (longest & widest)
Opaque window to rear, bath with mira element shower above, W.C., wash-hand basin, fully tiled, pine clad ceiling, central heating radiator.
BEDROOM 1 4.9m x 3.15m
Window to front, fitted carpet, central heating radiator, telephone point, two shelved cupboards, fitted wardrobe with hanging rail and cupboard above housing the central heating boiler.
Further stairs leads to:
BEDROOM 2/ATTIC ROOM 4.03m x 3.15m
Large picture window to rear, fitted carpet, central heating radiator, fitted shelved cupboard, storage area, coombed ceiling, smoke alarm.
The rear garden can be accessed by a passageway with light to the right hand side of the property or directly from the Sun Room.
the garden is split into three sections. Immediately to the rear there is a paved patio area, an area of lawn with flower border and mature shrubs. Continue down through a wooden archway and trellising to a paved area with flower border and at the bottom of the garden there is a gravelled area with wooden garden shed. There is also a paved pathway that leads from the house to the bottom of the garden.
The garden is bounded by hedgerow to the right hand side and wooden fencing to the left.
Kirkcudbright is an attractive harbour town which boasts an array of historical and architectural features of interest including a castle in its town centre, an ancient high street, Tollbooth Arts Centre, Stewartry Museum and numerous galleries. Known as the “artist town” Kirkcudbright was the home to the renowned artist E.A. Hornel (one of the “Glasgow Boys”). The town has an affiliation for art exhibitions and crafts. Within the town there is a wide variety of family-owned shops, pubs, hotel and restaurants, active sports club facilities including the golf course, the swimming pool, tennis courts, squash courts as well as an active summer festivities program including its own jazz festival, tattoo and riding of the marches celebrations. the marina is popular and offers one of the safest anchorages on the north Solway Coast.
The surrounding country is well known for its variety of beautiful scenery and within easy each there are many sandy beaches and rocky coves on the coast. The inland scenery is equally dramatic with magnificent hills, glens and lochs.
By contacting the Hewats Property team on 01556 502946.
COUNCIL TAX BAND
Currently Band C.
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage.
gas fired central heating and full double glazing.
A Home Report has been prepared for this property and can be obtained by contacting One Survey on 0141 338 6222 or by logging onto www.onesurvey.org.
The energy efficiency rating of this property is Band – D.
Offers in Scottish Legal form should be lodged with the selling agents' Castle Douglas Office. Interested parties are strongly recommended to register their interest with the selling agents as a closing date may be fixed for offers
Subject to negotiation.
Note: These particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not form part of the contract.
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