1 Creamery Cottage is an impressive cottage, linked only by the former garage, now a spacious Boot Room, to the property next door. The house provides generous living space for both family life and entertaining. Recently refurbished throughout to …
1 Creamery Cottage is an impressive cottage, linked only by the former garage, now a spacious Boot Room, to the property next door. The house provides generous living space for both family life and entertaining. Recently refurbished throughout to a high standard, the new modern farmhouse kitchen gives a warm country feel to the property. Underfloor heating has been installed to the ground floor, and oil fired central heating powered by a new Grant Vortex eco boiler, heats radiators installed on the first floor. The Sitting Room/Dining Room is a bright double aspect room, with further light entering through the double French Doors opening into the Conservatory. The Conservatory is insulated with Calutherm, which keeps it warm in winter and cooler in the summer making this a room which can be used all year round. The first floor landing leads to the Master Bedroom, with an en-suite Bathroom, two further Bedrooms and a family Bathroom. All three Bedrooms have fitted wardrobes with shelves and hanging space. A retained Fire Station sits to the rear of the property, only partially visible over the high wooden fence.
1 Creamery Cottage sits right on the edge of the Royal Burgh of Whithorn. Whithorn is known as the ‘Cradle of Christianity in Scotland’, being the place St Ninian arrived at in the AD390’s after studying in Rome, and built the first Christian church in Scotland. Whithorn is an attractive village with local amenities including grocers, café, pharmacy, primary school, veterinary surgery, doctors’ surgery and garage providing both repairs and fuel. Historic interest has increased in the village following the construction of an Iron Age roundhouse which portrays how people in Galloway lived in the fifth century BC. The Isle of Whithorn, just over three miles from Whithorn, has 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 17 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 10 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.