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This is a genuinely deceptively spacious traditional terraced house which is located in the Borders Village of Gordon. The property offers a super level of accommodation and would make an ideal family home; with the flexible layout great for those with teenagers and/or the extended family. There could also be potential for use as a B&B. The present owners have extended the house considerably, by converting a byre at the rear. Viewing is a must to appreciate the size of the accommodation on offer.
The accommodation comprises a Hallway, leading through to the main lounge which is a good size and features a large fireplace with a wood burning stove. From the lounge you pass through the study area into the fantastic open plan kitchen and dining area. The kitchen is fitted with a range of both wall and floor mounted units, there is also ample worktop space with co-ordinating splash back. Furthermore there is a built in electric induction hob and electric double oven with extractor hood over. The dining area is an excellent size and could equally be used as a second sitting room. There is an open staircase from the kitchen leading to two good size double bedrooms and a shower room fitted with a white suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and shower.
There is a large utility room giving access to the rear garden and fitted with wall and floor mounted storage units. The family bathroom is located on the ground floor and is fitted with a three piece white suite comprising a wc, wash hand basin and bath. The staircase located off the lounge leads to three double bedrooms.
Further enhancements to the property include oil central heating and double glazing.
Externally there are garden grounds to the rear, including a sheltered patio area that can be accessed off the utility room and kitchen; an ideal space for entertaining. There is also an area of lawn which leads through a gateway to an off street parking area.
The village of Gordon has a general store a recently opened caf and a village pub, together with an excellent small primary school with nursery facilities, which falls within the catchment area of the well regarded Earlston High School. The nearby community woodland is a local attraction with walking trails and wetland to enjoy some bird watching. There is also a local football club, a bowling club and a thriving village community with various events throughout the year. The nearby towns of Earlston and Kelso, some 5 miles distant, offer a good range of shops and services with Edinburgh easily commutable.
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