£190,000 Offers over
Well presented and spacious, three-bedroom, detached bungalow with gardens and a garage, set in a quiet residential cul-de-sac, located in the picturesque village of St Boswells, in the Scottish Borders. The entrance hall has carpeted flooring, a storage cupboard and serves each room within the house. The bright and spacious living room is set to the front, featuring a generous window allowing plentiful natural light, and a living flame gas fire with stone surround. With patio doors opening to the rear garden, the dining kitchen is fitted with traditional unit, laminate worktops, a stainless steel sink, with space for freestanding dining furniture and white goods. The utility opens to the side, has fitted units, space and plumbing for appliances and a ceramic sink. The master bedroom features a built-in wardrobe, en-suite shower room and carpeted flooring, whilst bedrooms two and three are well finished, again with carpeted flooring and ample space for bedroom furniture. Set to the rear, the bathroom is fitted with a traditional three-piece bathroom suite with an electric over-bath shower and tiled walls. St Boswells is a desirable rural village in the heart of the Scottish Borders, just south of the river Tweed, with an active community and good facilities, located on the A68, forty miles from Edinburgh and between the Borders towns of Melrose, Kelso, Jedburgh and Selkirk. Local facilities include a primary school, village hall, a variety of independent shops, a hotel with bar and bistro, a cafe and a garage. The village falls within the catchment area for the highly regarded Earlston High School, and leisure opportunities include include a cricket ground, tennis courts, nine-hole golf course and local fishing, with the nearby river Tweed offering countryside walks. The property is also located just 6.5 miles from the Borders Railway terminus at Tweedbank, providing an excellent link to Edinburgh's city centre. The nearest large town is Melrose, with a selection of high street names including Boots and a Co-Operative as well as a handful of local pubs and restaurants.
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