£83,000 Guide Price
Auction - 1st May 2019
LOCATION: Galashiels is located in the heart of the Borders
Region and has a resident population of 12,600 persons. It has a rich
history in the textiles industry and is home to Heriot Watt University's
textile and design courses. It is also a major commercial centre in
the Borders. The town is 35 miles south east of Edinburgh and its
closest Borders neighbours include Melrose (4 miles) Kelso (17 miles)
and Peebles (18miles). There is a good network of roads linking the
Borders towns and Edinburgh and Galashiels benefits from a station on
the Borders Railway line that was reopened in 2015. The property is
located in a popular residential location, on the hill immediately to the
south of the town centre
DESCRIPTION: This is an attractive and well-presented 3 bedroom, double upper flat above commercial premises in a semi-detached block
of four properties. Access is via a pend to the side, leading to the
private garden and a straight flight of stairs up to the front door. Arranged over two floors, the property comprises, entrance vestibule
with WC off, glass door leading to hall and livingroom, kitchen and
bathroom. Cupboards under the stair and in the livingroom provide
storage and there are three bedrooms upstairs, off the landing. There
is gas central heating, double glazing, a private garden to the rear and
free on-street parking in front. The property has carpets and painted
plaster walls throughout. Dimmer lights have been fitted to the
livingroom and kitchen. The fitted kitchen has laminate flooring, wall
and floor cupboard units. The electric hob with oven extractor hood
and dishwasher are included in the sale.
ACCOMMODATION: Approximate room sizes as follows:-
Livingroom 3.4m x 4.2m (11'2”x 13'9”), Kitchen 2.3m x 3.5m (7'5”x
11'6”), Bathroom 2.65m x 1.4m (8'7”x 4'6”), Bedroom (1) 4.3m x 2.5m
(14'1” x 8'3”), Bedroom (2) 2.9m x 2.7m (9'6”x 8'10”) and Bedroom
(3) 2.6m x 2.5m (8'6” x 8'3”).
COUNCIL TAX: Band A EPC: Band E
TENURE: Owner Vacant Possession.
VIEWING: By arrangement through the
Auctioneers, SVA Property Auctions Ltd Tel: 0131 624 6640.
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