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25 Earlston Road is an upper floor flat which enjoys terrific views over the beautiful surrounding area and countryside. Although the property could benefit from a degree of updating it has masses of scope for anyone looking for a project and would make for an ideal and affordable first time buy, particularly for the commuter, with the station in easy reach. An exterior flight of stairs leads to a covered porch, accessing this and one other flat. The door opens to a flight of stairs with wooden treads which lead up to the accommodation. The living room has triple aspect windows taking full advantage of the views as well as giving lots of light and it features a raised area perfect as an office or dining space. The compact kitchen is perfectly serviceable, but with great potential for modernisation, and has an electric hob and oven, with the washing machine and fridge freezer included if wanted. The bedroom is a comfortably sized double, with dual aspect windows giving good light and views, and has plenty storage catered for by a built in wardrobe to one end and a cupboard to the other housing the hot water tank. The shower room is lit by a frosted window. There is an outhouse but no garden with this property, making it easy to look after should it be purchased as a rental investment for which it has a successful track record. The windows are double glazed and there is white meter heating.
Stow is a small picturesque village nestled in the Scottish Borders. Straddled by the A7, the Village is well placed for the commuter, just twenty-five miles south of Edinburgh city centre and just ten minutes away from the central borders town of Galashiels. The village enjoys an active community and facilities such as a village store/Post Office, bowling green, park, playgroup, coffee shop/gallery, new health centre, town hall, multi-sports court, church and a modern primary school. A wider range of shopping and recreational amenities, as well as secondary schooling, is on hand in the larger nearby town of Galashiels. Galashiels also boasts a cinema, swimming pool, numerous shops and supermarkets all within easy reach of the A7. Stow benefits from a half hourly bus service to Edinburgh City centre and the Stow rail station is a matter of minutes walk from the property and will allow commuters easy access to Edinburgh city centre within approximately forty-five minutes.
Living / Dining Room
17'3 x 10'9
7'0 x 7'9
15'9 x 9'1
6'2 x 5'4
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