£155,000 Offers Around
£20,000 REDUCTION - PRICED TO SELL
Burnbrae, 10 Tongland Road, Kirkcudbright is a 4 bedroomed detached two storey house with off-road parking and garage to the side. The property is located within the attractive Artists' town of Kirkcudbright and is within easy walking distance of the town centre and all other amenities.
The house sits within a good sized rectangular shaped plot. Double wrought iron gates gives access to a stone surfaced driveway to the right hand side, offering off-road parking and continues down to the single brick built garage with up and over door. There are pedestrian pathways situated to the front and left hand side of the house. To the rear there is an area of lawn with mature trees and shrubs and drying area. Outhouse. Oil tank.
The garden is bounded to the front by way of a low stone wall incorporating wrought iron railings and is bounded by timber fencing elsewhere.
The original two storey house is of solid whinstone construction and the extension built of solid brick construction. The outer flat roof and single storey extension is of cavity brick construction. The property is plastered internally with the exception of the first-floor rear bedroom which is of timber frame. The property is around 140 years old and it has an internal floor area of 125m2.
All fitted carpets and floor coverings are included in the sale.
INTERNAL viewing is recommended to appreciate the potential this property has to offer.
UPVC half glazed door gives access to:
Side entrance door opens onto a good size entrance area, which is open plan and leads you to the Living Room and Dining Room, fitted carpet, ceiling light, double glazed obscure window.
Spacious and airy room with Jack and Jill entrance, one door leading from open plan Vestibule the other door leading through to Kitchen. The room also benefits from double window to front which is fitted with traditional wooden pelmet, track and curtains. Open brick fire place with brick hearth. four retro vintage wall lights which gives character to the room, two central heating radiators.
Good sized dining and entertaining room that benefits from the double aspect windows. The windows which are located to the front and side of property and are dressed with traditional pelmets, curtains and track. Interior lights are by the way of four double vintage wall lights. Open fire with tiled hearth and dark wood surround takes centre place within the room. T.V aerial point, two central heating radiators, fitted carpets.
Long sizable kitchen with a range of wall and base units, ample worksurfaces, 1½ stainless steel sink with mixer tap, space for cooker and plumbed for automatic washing machine, water heater switch and central heating control unit, retro vinyl flooring, two double glazed windows to rear, dressed with net curtains, understair cupboard with ample storage and place to hang jackets.
Double glazed full panel obscure glass door that leads to rear garden, vinyl flooring, central heating thermostat, central heating radiator.
Sizable room entered via a glass panelled door, opaque windows to rear and side. W.C and walk-in shower enclosure with electric shower, stainless steel sink, central heating radiator, spot lighting, extractor fan.
BEDROOM 1 (right)
Spacious large double room with built-in storage, drawers, wardrobe and dressing area, window to front with curtains and net curtains, fitted carpet, two double wall lights, BT Point.
Steps to small landing area:
Window to side, double wall lights, fitted storage area with shelving and rail, fitted carpet.
Velux roof window and window to front with fitted curtain track, curtains and net curtains, purpose built storage with hanging rail, drawers and cupboards, double wall light, hatch to attic, fitted carpet.
Stepping down from the main landing:
Vintage sky-blue bathroom suite comprising of bath with mixer tap, Mira electric shower over, shower curtain and track, built-in vanity unit with cupboards incorporates both W.C. and wash- hand basin with mixer tap, window to rear net curtain and curtain, fitted carpet floor tiles, wall Light, shaver point, heating is by way of a chrome heated towel rail.
Shelves and velux roof window.
Bright room with ample natural light supplied from the three windows to rear and three windows to side fitted with net curtains, sloping pitch ceiling, wall light, central heating radiator, fitted carpet.
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 E.
Mains electricity, water and drainage.
Oil 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 – E.
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.
Approximate dimensions :
LOUNGE 5.46m x 3.60m
DINING ROOM 5.43m x 3.68m
KITCHEN 4.34m x 2.35m
UTILITY ROOM 2.40m x 2.30m
BEDROOM 1 5.43m x 3.52m
BEDROOM 2 2.80m x 2.68m
BEDROOM 3 4.72m x 2.07m
BATHROOM 2.28m x 2.00m
BEDROOM 4 3.03m x 2.54m
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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