£110,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|29 May 2020||£112,000||£27,000|
|5 June 2017||£85,000||£64,600|
|21 March 2005||£20,400||N/A|
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Beautifully-presented, three-bedroom, lower villa, with private front and rear gardens, located in a quiet residential street close to the centre of Galashiels in the Scottish Borders. The property is situated within walking distance of local schools, local amenities and Galashiels railway station. An entrance vestibule leads into the hallway where there is carpeted flooring, pendant light fittings, and two cupboards for storage. Overlooking the front garden, the well-proportioned living room has a cupboard, carpeted flooring, and space for both lounge and dining furniture. Leading through from the living room, the newly installed modern kitchen provides access to the south-facing rear garden and has quality wood-effect worktops, a stainless steel sink with drainer, and fitted wall and base units. Integrated appliances include an oven, microwave, ceramic hob with a canopy above, and a dishwasher, with space for further white goods. The largest double bedroom is set towards the front and has carpeted flooring, a pendant light fitting, and a built-in wardrobe, whilst there are two further double bedrooms set towards the rear, both with built-in storage. Completing the accommodation, the family bathroom is fitted with a white three-piece suite, with a shower over the bath and modern wall panelling.
Galashiels is a ancient burgh with famous historic links, buildings and sites, surrounded by the rolling hills of the Borders countryside. By direct route along the A7, Galashiels is located approximately 27 miles from the Edinburgh bypass, making it a convenient commute for countryside living. Excellent leisure pursuits surround the area, providing golf, fishing, mountain biking and hill walking including the famous Southern Upland Way. The town itself has all the local amenities expected, including major supermarkets, local shopping, restaurants and cafés. Galashiels also has its own Transport Interchange, with a train station for the Borders railway offering easy and direct commuting straight into the heart of Edinburgh and a bus station offering bus links to all major Borders towns.
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