£199,000 Offers around

Whisgills, Newcastleton, Borders, TD9 0TQ

3 bedroom bungalow for sale

 
View Previous Selling Prices
Selling Date Selling Price Value change
24 February 2017 £170,000 £55,000
12 September 2003 £115,000 N/A

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Property Details

**PRICED TO SELL WITH EARLY ENTRY AVAILABLE- NOW £16k Below HR Value**

Wychwood enjoys a blissful rural but not isolated setting and wonderful unrestricted views over stunning rolling countryside. It is a deceptively spacious property, in very good order throughout with several new carpets, full double glazing and oil heating, with additional heating provided by a log burning stove in the living room. Newly installed, the stylish kitchen has an arch to the dining room, adjoining which is a lovely conservatory. The living room enjoys open views to the front from large picture windows and there is also a utility room with a shower room off, a back porch, three double bedrooms and a smartly presented bathroom. The house sits upon substantial mature gardens to front sides and rear, which include a large shed, greenhouse and a wood store, with plentiful parking for a number of vehicles to the front. For those seeking a country living lifestyle and have a penchant for 'the good life' this is an ideal prospect and viewing comes highly recommended.

Location
The Property is within easy reach of the M6 and the City of Carlisle with it's wealth of shops and services, but in a beautiful and secluded rural setting with amazing views, just 4 miles from the village of Newcastleton.

Newcastleton is a small village enjoying an active community life and offering a very good range of recreational amenities as well as facilities catering for every day needs, with Hawick or Jedburgh supplying a wider variety. There are an abundance of activities available for those with an interest in sporting and country pursuits and interesting local attractions such as Kielder Water and Hermitage Castle are also close by. For all this is a rural locale, it is surprisingly accessible - with Scottish Borders towns including Hawick (around 18 miles distant), Jedburgh (25 miles) and Langholm (9 miles) all easily reachable. Southbound, the M74 can be accessed in about half an hour by car and Carlisle is approximately only 24 miles away. Newcastleton has a primary school, with secondary in Hawick or Langholm.



Directions
Travelling south bound from Newcastleton, drive past the turning signposted on the left for Kershopefoot and continue along until the signpost on the right for Whisgills. Take this turning and follow the track, carrying on up - past the house called Lower Whisgills on the right. Drive past the white bungalow on the right and take the little slip road that runs behind Wynchwood which takes you through to the house and plentiful parking.

Hall
A double glazed door with leadlight panel opens to this L-Shaped hallway with new carpet and dado level panelling, white moulded doors, and a hatch with pull down ladder up to the useful part boarded loft.
There are two side by side cupboards, one housing the hot water tank.

Living Room
16'2” x 13'10”
A very comfortable and nicely decorated room with new carpet, enjoying stunning views from the large picture window and having as its main focal point a fireplace with a log burner, which is around a year old.


Kitchen
17'0” x 9'4”
A stunning newly fitted kitchen, with the stylish units providing masses of storage and having matching worktops and splash backs. The range style cooker and other appliances are negotiable. The ceiling has downlighters and the complementary vinyl flooring is also new. A window to the rear provides lots of natural light.


Dining Room
10'5” x 13'2”
A brick arch off the kitchen leads to the well proportioned dining room which features wooden flooring and dado level panelling.


Conservatory
11'3” x 12'1”
Tucked to the side of the house, this is a super extra living space, opening to a patio by double doors and giving a lovely spot from where to enjoy the tranquillity and views.


Utility Room
6'7” x 4'9”
Reached from the kitchen this is a good sized working space with tiled flooring, plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine and door to back porch.


Shower Room
6'3” x 3'8”
A really handy extra facility with a small wash hand basin, WC with storage each side and tiled shower cubicle with mains shower. White ladder radiator/towel rial and natural light from frosted window.


Rear Porch
5'0” x 5'9”
Gives a useful garden entrance for boots and such like, with window to side and door to rear.


Bedroom One
11'0” x 12'6”
Tastefully decorated double room with stunning views over the rolling countryside, with new carpet and excellent storage catered for by a large built in wardrobe with white moulded doors.


Bedroom Two
12'3” x 10'11”
Set to the rear enjoying lovely views this is an ample double bedroom with plenty space for freestanding furniture.


Bedroom Three
10'6” x 9'7”
This is a very nicely decorated double room, set to the front enjoying nice outlooks.


Bathroom
8'4” x 6'11”
A bright fresh bathroom with white suite of WC, wash hand basin and space saver bath with over head shower, ladder towel rail and folding glazed screen.


Outside
The house is surrounded by mature gardens which are an excellent size, enjoying all day sun and fabulous views to both front and rear. Enclosed by a mix of fencing and stone dykes, they include a patio in front of the conservatory, a greenhouse, large shed and log store. There is plentiful parking for a number of vehicles in the area in front of the cottage.

General Information
*** Note to Solicitors*** All formal offers should be emailed in the first instance to Scotlandoffers@purplebricks.com. Should your client's offer be accepted, please then send the Principle offer directly to the seller's solicitor upon receipt of the Notification of Proposed Sale which will be emailed to you.

This house description is based upon information supplied by the owner, or on behalf of the owner. These property particulars are produced in good faith and do not constitute or form part of any contract. s1homes do not take any responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in this document.

Sold price history for TD9 0TQ in past 5 years

 
 

Sold price history for TD9 in past 5 years

 

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Property History

  • Property added on 9 June 2018
  • New price Offers around £199,000 as of 24 June 2019
    Was: Fixed price £200,000
  • New price Fixed price £200,000 as of 7 May 2019
    Was: Guide price £205,000
  • New price Guide price £205,000 as of 30 January 2019
    Was: Guide price £210,000
  • New price Guide price £210,000 as of 4 August 2018
    Was: Offers around £215,000
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