180-degree panoramic sun room in Scottland
Scotland always has a wealth of extraordinary properties on the market at any one time, from remote castles and sprawling country manors to rustic farmhouses and even entire islands. Braesyde, an unusual house located in the small coastal village of Kippford in Dumfries and Galloway is a beautiful and luxurious one with a 180 degree panaromic view to it. It’s one of its kind in scottland and maybe the world.
Built in 1998, Braesyde is special for its 180-degree sun room which offers outstanding panoramic views across the Urr Estuary and surrounding countryside. The semi-circular windows offer a sensational observation point. But this isn’t the only room to enjoy these unique window and breathtaking views – the master bedroom suite has a 90-degree glass wall, while the guest suite has 180-degree glass windows. The majority of rooms in the property have views of the estuary. Arranged over three floors, the three-bedroom house is full of light and decorated in a traditional style with white walls, carpeted floors and exposed beams. After recent renovation, the home has been fitted with new carpets, curtains and blinds.
This luxurious house with good amenities and beautiful views has an estimated cost of over £675,000.