£195,000 Guide Price
Eildon Crescent is a very well proportioned semi-detached family home located within a desirable residential area which enjoys lovely open outlooks towards the Eildon Hills.
The property is presented in excellent decorative order, boasting a well planned and spacious layout which has been extended in recent years, creating flexible accommodation with a layout which can be easily adapted if desired. Available in move in condition, the property is perfectly suited to those searching for an easily managed home, benefiting from gardens to the rear, which includes decking and a lawned area. excellent degree of privacyon a corner plot and nice open outlooks. A mono-blocked drive provides convenient private parking to the front of the property
.Access to most Borders town as well as Edinburgh and Newcastle is readily available via the A68 and most interlinking roads. Also the new borders railway is close by with stations in Tweedbank and Galashiels.
Edinburgh 39 miles. Galashiels 5 miles. Peebles 22 miles
(All distances are approximate)
15'05 x 10'09
14'10 x 11'01
14'06 x 7'07
5'02 x 6'07
5'07 x 2'08
6'05 x 5'06
12'05 x 10'10
7'07 x 4'00
10'10 x 7'08
11'00 x 9'09
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