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*GREAT VALUE - £25,000 BELOW HR VALUE* Dating back to the early 1800's and originally a Coaching Inn, this substantial 'C' Listed property sits on the edge of The Green in the desirable village of Town Yetholm. With accommodation over three floors, as well as an interconnecting annexe ripe for development, it provides a substantial home ideal for those with a large or extended family, with plenty space for anyone who has regular visiting guests or family. The annexe, which includes the original hay loft, could make for a great home office space, gym or workshop. The interior is in good decorative order, boasts several pleasing features and has a quirky interesting layout. Of a size to be very usable yet easily kept, the garden to the rear is enclosed for privacy and security and there is off road parking set to the side. The single glazed windows are sash and casement and there is oil fired heating. To fully grasp the abundance of charm, character, size and scope of this fabulous and unique property viewing really is considered a must.
Separated by the Bowmont River, Kirk Yetholm and its nearby sister village of Town Yetholm are both highly sought after and quite charming villages. Town Yetholm offers local amenities which include a primary school, village shop, butchers and popular hotel. Situated at the end of the Pennine Way both villages sit on the edge of the stunning Cheviot Hills and are ideally placed for exploring the beautiful Scottish Borders. The area abounds with activities for those with an interest in country pursuits, for example some of the best salmon and trout fishing is available on the Rivers Tweed and Teviot, and the nearby town of Kelso provides a good range of shopping and leisure facilities, including an Ice Rink, Race Course (one of only 3 in Scotland) and fantastic all year-round calendar of events at the Border Union Showground. Cities such as Newcastle and Edinburgh are readily accessible also, making this a perfect location for anyone who yearns for the country life but still would like to be in reach of city life and facilities, airports etc.
The front door opens to a traditional vestibule helping to weatherproof the interior and leading into the hallway. Floored in oak, it is a spacious hallway, winding round to a little inner section which has an internal window.
19'7 x 15'5
A light room, with dual aspect windows, wooden flooring and a log burning stove set upon an angled hearth wall, this is a comfortable living room with lots of space for furniture.
19'9 x 12'3
Set opposite the living room this is a readily adaptable further public room with scope for a number of purposes, including use as a downstairs double bedroom if needed.
15'6 x 14'10
Leading off to the kitchen, ideal for entertaining, the dining room has oak flooring, a window overlooking the side garden and village green to the side, and a beautiful cast iron fireplace usable as an open fire.
14'10 x 8' 6 + 11'1 x 5'4
Comfortably large enough for breakfasting/everyday dining, this is a stunning kitchen, well planned to include an extensive range of units with a pantry enhancing the already generous storage. The Belfast sink is set under the rear facing window overlooking garden and patio, and there is space for a fridge freezer, slot in cooker and dishwasher.
Set off the little inner section of hall, the utility room incorporates a handy WC. It is an excellent size, with plumbing for washing machine, a sink and ample electrical points.
14'9 x 8'
A door from the utility room accesses this ideal study, which is tucked away enjoying a sense of peace and slight separation from the main bustle of the house. From here a door takes you to the annexe, which enhances its suitability for use as a study/office should the annexe be adopted for use as a workshop or such like.
The staircase splits on the half turn, giving a lovely quirky feature. A bedroom is to the right of the split with a WC and bathroom to the left, acting as an en-suite, making it a great space for guests. The stairs then continue to the main landing which accesses the rooms by pine doors and has a further carpeted staircase to the attic rooms.
15'5 x 14'6
Enjoying a view to the side onto the Main Street and Green and accessed off the split landing, this is a good-sized double, ideal as a guest room or for a family member who would enjoy its peacefulness.
9' x 6'8
Surprisingly spacious, the bathroom is presently fitted with a bath and wash hand basin, but it is amply large enough to include a WC if wanted and may have scope to be further enlarged to incorporate the existing separate WC which it adjoins.
19'9 x 15'9
A stunning room, with dual aspect windows giving plenty light and lovely aspects. The high ceiling is finished off with plaster coving and there is a dado rail.
12'11 x 11'2
This is a charming double room with a tranquil setting and feel. There is a window to the side and a handy wash hand basin set into a recess.
12'9 x 9'8
Set to the front, this room makes for an ideal study, but is of a size to give another double and it too has a basin.
6'9 x 6'1
A very stylish shower room, featuring attractive tiling to part walls and floor and including a large shaped shower cubicle. A modesty window to the front gives plenty light.
The staircase off the landing takes you up to the attic rooms; a fabulous space perfect for those with teenagers, giving them their own 'rumpus' rooms. The walls are wood lined and painted an attractive shade of pale green, with complementary woodwork. In the middle of the landing there is a useful cupboard and a little skylight window at the top of the stairs gives some natural light.
15'8 x 12'6
A large window to the front takes full advantage of the wonderful views over the surrounding hills. A pine baton and plank door lead into a cupboard backing to the one reached off the landing.
12'8 x 12'7
The stained wood lined walls in this remaining double sit well with the honey toned floorboards to create a warm and sunny feel. The window gives the same super views as bedroom five and this room also has a cupboard backing to the one off the landing.
17'3 x 14'9
Reached from the study, with an entrance to the side, this space is ripe for development and could suit many purposes. A wooden flight of stairs leads up the original hay loft, which is L-Shaped and also offers a multitude of possibilities.
The easily kept sunny part walled rear garden is fully enclosed for privacy and security. Set over two levels it is paved and gravelled, with the slightly raised section backed by fencing, housing a substantial workshop/shed and with a gravelled shrubbery. A gate leads out to the side near the green where there is parking space for 2 or 3 cars and a gate to the other side leads out to a lane.
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