£90,000 Guide price
Forming part of a traditional period building, this exceptionally spacious 3 bedroom apartment boasts a sought-after address in Buccleuch Street within Hawick.
Originally two flats converted into one many years ago, the property retains a wealth of original period features throughout and boasts gas central heating and double glazing throughout. Carefully maintained and upgraded by its current owner to include a newly fitted bathroom and shower room, it also benefits from a useful utility room. This apartment offers remarkable potential and offers a fantastic investment particularly for the first time-buyer, those looking for a centrally located home, and also as an investment for the buy-to let market.
The property is conveniently situated just minutes walk to the renowned Wilton Lodge Park, from the town centre and all amenities and is close to a bus stop which serves the X95 service between Edinburgh and Carlisle.
Hawick is the largest of the Border towns and has a great range of shopping and leisure facilities, including for example major supermarkets such as Sainsbury's and Morrisons, and new Lidl and Aldi stores. The beautiful Wilton Park and Leisure Centre are amongst a number of recreational amenities. The A7 provides a through-route to Edinburgh and south to Carlisle and the M6.
Known for many years as The Queen of the Borders, and situated at the confluence of the Rivers Slitrig and Teviot, Hawick is the largest of the Border towns. Frequent winners of national floral awards, and famous world-wide for its quality knitwear, Hawick is part of The Cashmere Trail and is the major centre for the industry in the Borders. There is a large range of major supermarkets including Sainsburys, Morrisons, Lidl and Aldi and a large leisure centre facility for families and kids alike, with many other sports facilities throughout the town. Hawick boasts the award winning Wilton Lodge Park which lies on the River Teviot, extending to some 107 acres, with many walks, recreational facilities, walled garden, Hawick Museum and Scott Gallery. The town is also famous for rugby and boasts many fine golf courses throughout the area. For dining out, Hawick has a wide range of options. Many traditional events are held in the town during the year, including the annual Common Riding and Reivers Festival, which draws in many tourists from outside the area.
Approximate Distances Selkirk 12 miles Jedburgh 14 miles Kelso 21 miles Galashiels 18 miles Melrose 19 miles Newtown St Boswells 19 miles Carlisle 44 miles Edinburgh 55 miles Newcastle 60 miles The A7 provides a through-route to Edinburgh and south to Carlisle and the M6. Rail links are available at Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Carlisle, Tweedbank and Edinburgh. The nearest International Airports are located in Edinburgh and Newcastle.
Wide reception hall laid with handsome wood flooring offset by charismatic exposed beam. This benefits from two store cupboards.
Generously proportioned Lounge decorated in stylish dove grey tones with large window filtering warm light into the room. This is accentuated by plush fitted carpet and traditional dado rail with ample space for living room furniture.
Continuing to the striking kitchen/diner fitted with a wealth of grey base and wall units and excellent space for appliances. Therein lies a quirky alcove with fitted booth seating - an ideal place to enjoy mealtimes, homework sessions or for entertaining.
Useful utility room fitted with base and wall units with inset sink and plumbing for a washing machine.
The impressive first double bedroom is neutrally decorated with fitted carpet and offers fantastic storage in fitted bedroom furniture that incorporates wardrobes and overhead units.
The second double bedroom is even larger in dimension with abundant space for bedroom furniture and features fitted bedroom storage along one wall.
Bedroom three is a neat room in a contemporary grey palette accented by smart wood laminate flooring.
Modern family bathroom newly fitted with a contemporary white 3 piece suite of bath, WC and wash hand basin with vanity storage.
Sleek shower room newly fitted with shower enclosure, WC and wash hand basin.
NOTE: The property is located within the Hawick Conservation Area.
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