£140,000 Guide Price
Luxurious ground floor apartment - forming part of a unique development of a large Victorian property, located in the sought after town of Melrose and set amidst 20 acres of landscaped gardens and woodlands. Viewing is highly recommended.
This property is bright, spacious and immaculately presented ground and first floor apartment with original spiral stair case and an open plan living area.
Accomodation comprises: entrance hallway, WC, open plan lounge / dining / kitchen / Study/ Family Room, two double bedrooms, Large landing being used as dressing area, Modern family bathroom, direct access to shared courtyard.
Melrose is an attractive and sought after Border location with a resident population of about 1500. The Town itself is a popular tourist centre and local attractions include the historic Abbey and Roman museum at Trimontium. The by-pass allows good access to Galashiels and the town is within an hours commute of the centre of Edinburgh. Melrose is in the heart of the Border country and enjoys good sporting and educational facilities with walking in the nearby Eildon Hills.
7'04 x 3'06
15'08 x 9'04
Kitchen / Diner
12'04 x 12'08
17'03 x 7'07
10'09 x 4'10
12'00 x 11'10
14'04 x 6'10
9'06 x 10'11
11'11 x 5'09
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