4 Rosies Brae is a striking property. The modern first floor triple aspect open plan living area provides stunning views and creates a bright open space and ambience. The Hall opens to four bedrooms and a bathroom, the first …
4 Rosie’s Brae is a striking property. The modern first floor triple aspect open plan living area provides stunning views and creates a bright open space and ambience. The Hall opens to four bedrooms and a bathroom, the first floor study could also be used as a bedroom, if required. If additional living space is required, planning permission could be applied for, to erect a dwelling house/secondary accommodation in the garden. Air duct heating is powered by two Unidare boilers, both boilers are stored in ground floor ventilated fitted cupboards. Air duct heating is a ducted warm air system operating on the stored heat principle, a low maintenance system in which warm air enters the property through air vents in the floors and walls. Number 4 Rosie’s Brae sits under a tiled roof and is double glazed throughout. The generous living space would make this an ideal home for a family, or holiday home in a quiet residential area within walking distance of the seashore.
Rosie’s Brae is a quiet cul-de-sac within walking distance of the harbour, hotel and tea room, Number 4 Rosie’s Brae was one of the first properties to be built. Two plots were purchased and only one property erected, resulting in a large garden which no one overlooks. Situated in an elevated position the first floor picture windows frame breath-taking views of the surrounding area. Number 4 Rosie’s Brae benefits from both sea and land views, including views of surrounding farmland, Lake District Mountains, The Isle of Man, Wigtown Bay and Galloway Hills and sea beyond.
The Isle of Whithorn is one of the most southerly villages and seaports in Scotland, lying on the coast north east of Burrow Head, about three and a half miles from Whithorn in Dumfries and Galloway. It is one of Galloway’s busiest small harbours with local and Isle of Man fishing boats regularly landing catches of seafood such as scallops, lobsters and crabs. There are mooring facilities for visiting yachts and a purpose built slip way. Newton Stewart, approximately 21 miles north offers a wider range of shops and offices, including a leisure centre, secondary school and two supermarkets. Wigtown, Scotland’s Book Town, around 14.5 miles north, holds the annual Wigtown Book Festival, and is home to many bookshops and cafes, with the famous Bladnoch Distillery located just outside the town.
The garden at Number 4 Rosie’s Brae is mainly laid to lawn, with patio areas at both the front and rear of the property. A tall hedge ensures privacy at the front door entrance and provides shelter throughout colder months from the prevailing wind. Borders are planted with mature shrubs and small trees, cherry blossoms and fuchsia provide colour and small standing stones add character. Three wooden garden sheds can be used for storage, one amusingly called ‘The Doghouse’.
Brick built with an electric up and over door and concrete floor.