Cockairnie Cottage was built in 1881 and was later extended, most recently in the 1990s. The cottage is set in a large garden and sits in a private position surrounded by farmland to the north and east. It was originally the gardener’s cottage for the Cockairnie estate. The cottage is situated opposite Otterston Loch.
There is scope to extend the current accommodation and also build a studio in the garden, subject to the necessary consents. The cottage can be accessed either via a path leading to the front door or steps going up to French doors in the family room.
The front door opens into a hallway. There is a sitting room with a wood burning stove and double aspect windows to the front and fields to the side. To the right is the open plan kitchen/dining/family room with a wood burning stove and exposed beams. The kitchen is well equipped with an electric hob, Belfast sink, fitted units, double oven and granite worktops. With its characterful hexagonal shape and multiple windows this space benefits from plenty of natural light. French doors lead out to a patio area where you catch the sun during much of the day due to the cottage being south-west facing. There is a storage cupboard off the hall as well as a shower room. Steps lead down to the utility room and back door leading to the side garden. There are large cupboards in the utility room where there is also scope to extend from this back door. There are three double bedrooms all with large wardrobe space, and a family bathroom.