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Albany and Monro Cottage

Rockcliffe, Dalbeattie, Dumfries and Galloway, DG5 4QQ

Guide Price £400,000


  • Rarely available traditional village property

  • Two adjoining cottages

  • Stunning coastal views

  • Thorough refurbishment required

  • Huge potential

Munro and Albany are beside the beach in the picturesque village of Rockcliffe on the Solway Firth. This quiet coastal village gives access to
many scenic walks through wild flower meadows and woodland managed by the National Trust.
Nearby, Colvend …

Munro and Albany are beside the beach in the picturesque village of Rockcliffe on the Solway Firth. This quiet coastal village gives access to
many scenic walks through wild flower meadows and woodland managed by the National Trust.
Nearby, Colvend has a general store and village primary school, whilst more facilities including secondary schooling and the health centre, can
be found in ‘The Granite Town’ of Dalbeattie, 7 miles away.
The beautiful Solway Coast offers spectacular scenery and wildlife, with a bird sanctuary on Rough Island, accessible at low tide and an RSPB
Centre at Mersehead, a short drive away. Local leisure facilities include sailing in the neighbouring village of Kippford and golf courses at Colvend,
Southerness, Kippford and Dalbeattie. ‘World-class’ mountain-biking opportunities (7 Stanes) and walks are popular in the nearby Dalbeattie forest.
DESCRIPTION
Munro and Albany are adjoining two storey cottages which currently form one family home. The properties are connected by an internal door but
this could easily be removed to form two separate homes. Munro and Albany enjoy stunning coastal views to the front, with Rockcliffe’s beach
located just across the access road. The rooms are bright and generously proportioned. The properties benefit from partial UPVC double glazing
(except where otherwise specified) and oil fired central heating. There are garden grounds to the front and rear as well as ample off street
parking beside Munro. Albany and Munro require some renovation and modernisation but the properties are ideal in size and location for
main family residences or holiday homes. The accommodation could be configured in a number of ways to suit the needs of the purchaser, subject
to obtaining the necessary local authority permissions.