The subjects comprise an attached single storey corner unit of stone and brick construction under a pitched and slated roof. The property benefits from a return frontage, with windows being of timber casement design. The flooring is mostly of solid concrete construction. Access is provided via a single customer entrance door with side screens, secured out-of-hours by timber storm doors.
There are no associated external areas or dedicated car parking.
Kirkcudbright, with a population of around 3,500, is an attractive harbour town located within the Stewartry district of the Dumfries & Galloway Council area. The town lies on the A711 around 27.0 miles southwest of Dumfries and also approximately 2.0 miles south of the A75 trunk road. Kirkcudbright is established as Dumfries & Galloway’s ‘Artists Town’ and has been visited by many of the country’s leading artists since the late 19th century.
The property occupies a prominent town centre position, overlooking the Harbour Square, immediately opposite the main public car park.