£150,000 Guide price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|15 June 2011||£155,000||N/A|
|13 February 2009||£155,000||N/A|
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**EXCELLENT VALUE - £10,000 BELOW HR VALUE **
Recently updated/improved upon to great effect, including for example new carpets and flooring and new units in the utility room, 26 mill street is a very appealing stone built semi-detached ideal family home, enjoying an elevated position giving the benefit of fantastic views to the front onto rolling hills. The hall allows direct access to the stylish bathroom, which has had a new shower screen fitted, and has a door to the right of the hall takes you through to the rest of the ground floor accommodation. The bright living room features a fireplace, window seat and new carpet, extending to the adjoining study which gives great versatility and could make for an ideal playroom or a dining area. The kitchen is large enough to accommodate a table and it is fitted with attractive units incorporating a 5 ring gas hob and electric oven, with the new flooring extending through to the adjoining utility room which has a door out to the rear and has been improved upon by the addition of wall units. Upstairs there is a double bedroom enjoying the stunning views, along with two singles and a study/bed 4 which would make a lovely nursery. All in all, this is a lovely traditional family home with much to offer and early viewing is recommended.
Mill Street forms part of a well established area in Selkirk and is in comfortable reach of the town centre, swimming pool and rugby ground. Selkirk is a bustling town, providing a very good selection of shopping and recreational amenities. It is well placed for travel around the Borders and in easy reach of Tweedbank railway station, which provides an excellent travel option for the commuter and has free parking. Several major employers, for example the Borders General Hospital, are in easy travelling distance.
10'2 x 5'9
A bright freshly decorated entrance with wooden flooring.
13'0 x 13'1
A comfortably sized living room, which has a focal point given by a fireplace with a gas fire and a window seat giving an ideal spot from where to sit and enjoy the views. The newly laid carpet extends through into the study.
10'0 x 6'2
Reached off the living room, this is a very versatile extra space of a size to suit a number of purposes. A range of cupboards along one wall give great storage and there is a window to the rear with shelves below.
Kitchen / Breakfast
10'10 x 9'9
Enjoying superb views to the front, the kitchen is large enough to accommodate a table and is fitted with an attractive range of units, with the newly laid flooring giving a pleasing finish; extending to the utility room for continuity. Five ring gas hob. Electric oven. Wall mounted boiler.
7'8 x 7'11
Recently improved upon by the addition of wall units, this handy extra working space has plumbing for washing machine and a sliding door to further useful storage. Sloping roof, window and door opening out to the back of the house.
10'9 x 6'0
Tiled in white and lit by a frosted window to the rear, this downstairs bathroom is fitted with a white suite of :- WC, wash hand basin and bath with shower attachment to the taps.
The staircase leads to a landing which has a hatch fitted with a pull down ladder leading up to the useful attic.
11'3 x 9'2
The new carpet and fresh décor gives this comfortable double room a bright feel, enhanced by the great light and superb views offered from the front facing window. Storage is well catered for by a built in wardrobe with louvred doors and overhead storage.
9'3 x 9'1
Also featuring a fresh decor and new carpet this is a compact double, set to the rear and with storage provided by a single wardrobe with white louvred door.
9'2 x 7'4
The large window gives great light as well as fine views into this single room which includes a built in wardrobe.
Bedroom Four / Study
9'11 x 6'8
Ideally suited for use as a study or nursery, looking out to the rear of the house.
Approached by an exterior flight of stairs, the sloping front garden is laid to grass, with an area to the rear which has been decked and gives access to Forest Road, giving further on street parking and a convenient additional access.
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