£245,000 Guide price
West Mount is a charming and immaculately presented four-bedroom semi-detached house located in Newtown St. Boswells. Only four miles from the popular Borders town of Melrose, the property is situated within an excellent school catchment, with superb transport links nearby, which include the Borders Railway at Tweedbank with trains running to Edinburgh.
Stone built, and lying across three levels, the property comprises four bedrooms, a family bathroom, a separate wc, a sitting room, a family area off the open plan dining kitchen, and a study/box room. There is generous storage throughout this flexible family home, which has some lovely period features.
Externally, there is an attractive garden, which lies pre-dominantly to the side and rear with lawn and patio immediately outside the dining kitchen. There is also a parking space at the back of the house, accessed via a vennel off Sprouston Road, and generous brick-built garden shed which is particularly useful.
Most Border towns are readily accessible from Newtown St. Boswells, with the A68 only a matter of minutes away. The Borders Railway runs from Tweedbank to Edinburgh and is approximately five miles away and adds to the accessibility of this area.
St. Boswells 1.5 miles. Edinburgh 39 miles. Melrose 4 miles. Tweedbank 5 miles. (All distances are approximate)
EPC : D65
For those with satellite navigation the postcode for the property is: TD6 0RY
Coming from the North or the South, follow the A68 to Newtown St. Boswells.From the North proceed through Earlston, over the Ravenswood Roundabout to St. Boswells. Approximately, two miles before St. Boswells, take a right turn into the northern side of Newtown St. Boswells. Follow the road in, and West Mount is the last stone-built semi-detached property on the right-hand side before you reach Sprouston Road.
Coming from the South, proceed through St. Boswells, and after approximately two miles, take the 2nd left turn, into Newtown St. Boswells and follow the above directions.
West Mount is situated in the Borders town of Newtown St. Boswells, home of the region's largest employer the Scottish Borders Council, which is only a short walk. Lying just off the A68 which provides easy access to Edinburgh and Newcastle, there are an excellent range of local amenities in the town including a health centre, a hotel, a newsagent, a café, a gallery, and a small supermarket. The nearby Milestone Garden Centre sits on the outskirts and is a very popular attraction.
Nearby St. Boswells offers a wider range of amenities including the famous Buccleuch Arms Hotel, a further small supermarket, an award-winning bookshop, a garage, local cricket, tennis, golf and rugby clubs and a variety of small shops. Primary schooling is available in Newtown St. Boswells with secondary schooling at Earlston High School.
The area is one of great scenic beauty with the River Tweed snaking its way through the Borders countryside with its pretty towns and villages. Outdoor sports include fishing, golf, shooting, mountain biking, horse riding and walking which are all readily available. Alternatively, Galashiels, eight and a half miles away, has a large selection of High Street names such as Tesco, ASDA, Next and Marks &Spencers.
Newtown St. Boswells sits off the A68 which is the main route between Edinburgh to the North and Newcastle to the South, with International airports located in these cities. The Borders Railway, which runs from Tweedbank to Edinburgh, is approximately five miles away and adds to the accessibility of the Newtown St. Boswells area.
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