£315,000 Offers over
Burnside House is a handsome period home nestled in a hamlet setting amidst a good mix of individual residences. This well loved family home has seen a number of improvements over the years and presents a warm and comfortable home full of character. Like all friendly homes, most of your family will arrive at the back door into the utility room with enough space for the dog bed and boots. The farmhouse style kitchen provides room for gathering around the range cooker that is the focal point. The lounge opens with a sense of style, deep window recesses, feature open fireplace and rich oak staircase and doors along with luxurious carpet to sink your toes into. Dual aspect windows create the sense of space and light. Double doors open to the formal dining room where the original character seeps in as this was once the Post Office. A recess display area now shows where the door once was. From the inner hall, tucked privately to the back of the house, is a double bedroom, cloakroom with toilet and wash hand basin and good storage making it ideal as a guest wing or âgranny flat'. From this wing an outside door creates the potential for independent access. The upper floor holds three more bedrooms, each with built-in wardrobes. Of merit is the family bathroom with a stylish, contemporary finish with bath and walk-in shower. Externally there is a double garage, off-road parking and mature gardens to the front with additional land across the small road running along the burn.
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