Nine steps lead up to the front door, which opens in to a bright open hallway with further steps leading up to the main hall, the sea views from this elevated position are framed especially well by the window …
Nine steps lead up to the front door, which opens in to a bright open hallway with further steps leading up to the main hall, the sea views from this elevated position are framed especially well by the window above the front door, and the large picture window in the Sitting Room. Light flows through this property from one end to the other, with views also stretching out behind the property over the open fields behind.
Fitted cupboards/wardrobes throughout the property provide an abundant amount of storage space. In
addition, the lean to composite Entrance Porch, a more recent addition to the property, provides a useful Boot Room for outdoor clothing and footwear. This construction is partially supported by a concrete base and additional stilts. 6 Rosie’s Brae sits under a tiled roof, has oil fired central heating plus a LPG gas stove in the Sitting Room and is double glazed throughout.
This spacious property would make a wonderful family or holiday home by the sea, in a quiet rural area of Wigtownshire.
Rosie’s Brae is a quiet cul-de-sac within walking distance of the harbour, hotel, bowling green and tea room within the Isle of Whithorn. 6 Rosie’s Brae is situated in an elevated position with an integral garage beneath the Sitting Room/Dining Area.
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 Wigtownshire.
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.
Brick built with an up and over door, power and shelved for storage. A PowerPlus generator in the garage, connected to the property, provides power in the event of mains power cut.
The garden wraps itself around the whole property, from the parking area at the front steps and paving takeyou up and around to the garden at the rear, which is mainly laid to lawn with a mature trees and shrubs,continuing on there is a greenhouse attached to the gable end and an area with raised beds/planters and gravel, returning to lawn edged with mature shrubs at the front of the property.
GARDEN SHED (3.68 x 2.5)
Wooden construction with boxed profile tin roof, power, two windows and shelved.