Glossy and quirky property that made the ultimate of Scotland’s Residence of the Yr may very well be yours for £750k

A SLEEK and quirky transformed grain retailer that made the ultimate of hit present Scotland’s Residence of the Yr may very well be yours for £750,000.

Spottes Mills in Fortress Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway featured in final yr’s version of the BBC present and stood out on account of its nearly solely black and modern inside.

The placing three-bedroom property boasts a spacious open deliberate dwelling and eating space that includes roseman black partitions and a full-height mural portray by Scots graffiti artist and tattooist Mark Gorrie.

Regardless of the home being nearly utterly embellished in darkish colors, towering home windows mild the house up and provides the property a homely really feel.

The home resides in a really peaceable rural panorama. (C) Galbraith

Polished gray concrete flooring fill the property and proceed the city theme all through.

Whereas a cool clear egg chair hangs within the nook of the dwelling space providing a fantastic spot to calm down.

Industrial-style glass balustrades and metal cabling are contrasted towards the stable oak softer cantilevered staircase and Douglas fir beams.

Upstairs the daring boutique-hotel really feel continues into the master suite space and right into a black tiled lavatory.

The Residing-room. (C) Galbraith

Two rooms and a toilet in the home have steered away from the darkish really feel and opted for white and beige decor.

The outside of the property is sort of equally as gorgeous with a combination of brick, wooden, glass and concrete encompassing the constructing.

The distinctive property was listed available on the market yesterday (WED) for gives over £750,000.

Property brokers Galbraith stated: “This elegant three-bedroom open plan architecturally designed dwelling, with further plot and outdoors entertaining areas, is located in an idyllic rural setting on the banks of the Spottes Burn in South West Scotland.

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Master Bedroom
The master suite is ideal for anybody trying to calm down! (C) Galbraith

“Cross over the 18th century Spottes Bridge and you might be met by a view of this distinctive oasis of remarkable design.

“As you enter by Spottes Mill’s easy glass door you might be drawn by the quick hallway by engaging glimpses of the fascinating options and vistas that reveal just a bit of the daring inside that awaits.

“Make your approach by to the open plan eating, kitchen and leisure house and your eyes gained’t relaxation as rigorously designed refined particulars, supplies, lighting and degree adjustments create open however distinct separate areas that give a fantastic sense of consolation, heat and calm.

“The gorgeous double top dwelling house with its full-height mural and towering nook window permits the entire home to be bathed in superbly heat dappled mild.

“The commercial-style glass balustrades, metal cabling and polished concrete flooring stand out in stark however complimentary distinction to the softer, extra tactile textures of the stable oak cantilevered staircase and Douglas fir roof trusses.

The garden shows a beautiful spot for family and friends to gather on long, summer evenings.
The backyard reveals a phenomenal spot for household and associates to collect on lengthy, summer season evenings. (C) Galbraith

“The black painted partitions present a clean canvas for daring artworks and completely frames the big home windows permitting the encircling backyard and woodland to develop into items of artwork in themselves.

“The bottom ground is accomplished by utility, thermal retailer and boot rooms, a glossy industrial type bathe room and secluded hotel-like visitor bed room.”

Spottes Mill stands proudly on the banks of Spottes Burn and likewise boasts a 2019 Residential New Construct Award.

Homeowners Mark Patterson and Carol-Ann Brown purchased the property in 2009 and commenced a full renovation between 2016-2019.

The house obtained a combined response after airing on final yr’s Scotland’s Residence of the Yr on account of a number of motorbikes being displayed round the home – together with within the kitchen.

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Regardless of this the home made it to the ultimate of the present alongside eight different houses from the collection.

Nonetheless, judges Anna Campbell-Jones, Kate Spiers and Michael Angus ended up crowning one other property – The Moss – as their 2021 winner.