No 9 Douglas Place is a terraced, two bedroom sandstone cottage which retains many original features. Accommodation comprises entrance hall, lounge, bathroom, kitchen, sun lounge and on the upper floor two bedrooms, one with ensuite w.c.. There is a sunny enclosed courtyard to the rear with two external store rooms and the cottage has access to a private large, flat garden, available on lease if desired.
Douglas Place dates from around 1856 and was originally built for estate workers, the terraced cottages are now ‘B’ listed by Historic Scotland and known locally as ‘Douglas Row’.
The front door of 9 Douglas Place brings you into a welcoming hallway; the staircase to the upper floor is on the left and lounge on the right - this comfortable room enjoys double windows with views to the gardens. The traditional fireplace is a delightful feature and currently houses an electric wood burner effect stove, however an open fire could be reinstated if wished.
A small hallway from the lounge gives access to the cleverly designed kitchen. Within the hall is a useful utility area which then leads through to a bright sun lounge at the rear of the cottage – this functional room is currently utilised and a dining/sitting room and enjoys plenty of natural light all year round.
The family bathroom is also accessed from the hallway and is fitted with a bath and separate shower stall.
9 Douglas Place enjoys a sunny courtyard, a charming feature, with original high stone walls offering seclusion and privacy. Additionally there are two outside store rooms which offer development potential if desired.
Upstairs in the cottage, there are two double bedrooms, each with a dormer window, one facing the front and the other to the rear. The front bedroom further benefits from an ensuite w.c. and a built-in wardrobe.
This is a cosy and homely property which retains many original features including painted timber cottage doors. Properties in this location are rarely avalaible and so early viewing is highly recommended!
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by ourselves. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.