Annandale Cottage is a pretty semi-detached cottage set on the picturesque outskirts of Moffat. Originally comprising part of Annandale House, the cottage is built of hard pink stone and dates back to the early 1900s.
The ground floor accommodation begins with a hallway, off which is the charming dining room which has high ceilings and a lovely light and spacious feel. From here there is a hand-built oak kitchen with a range of low level solid wood cabinetry, space for freestanding appliances and access to a walk in pantry. Continuing through, the sizeable south-facing sitting room has a particularly welcoming ambiance with high ceilings, polished wooden floorboards, feature fireplace and six pane picture window. The room is flooded with natural light, highlighting the original features as well as creating an inviting and homely space with ample room for entertaining. A handy utility room with WC completes the ground floor accommodation.
The first floor comprises two double bedrooms, both with high ceilings and inset windows looking out over the gardens. The upstairs landing has a characterful sitting area with room for expansion whilst the bathroom is positioned at the end of the landing with skylight and wooden panelling. The bathroom has an original cast iron bath and a separate shower.
The cottage is set within approximately 0.25 acres of gardens which are mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs. The back garden has a stone patio area which is perfect for catching the sun. A path leads down from the main gate through the front gardens, with access to an additional outbuilding beside the front entrance. There is a large gravelled parking space in front of the cottage with space for two vehicles.