£235,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|30 October 2015||£200,000||N/A|
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Cloverlea, 30 North Street is an end terraced late Victorian villa, which has been painstakingly restored and improved upon by the current owners and is now in ready to move in condition, with numerous delightful features including for example stripped back doors, plaster cornice work and working shutters on some of the windows. The accommodation is spacious throughout and includes two public rooms, a well appointed kitchen with wooden countertops and a belfast sink and four bedrooms, all of which are generous doubles. The family bathroom is upstairs whilst downstairs there is a useful shower room leading to a utility room, which houses the combi boiler and has a door through to a small back hall which has a quirky little staircase up to a glass door leading to the garden. The mature garden is a good size and surprisingly private, including a driveway to the side giving handy off road parking, plus with a large stone bothy/outbuilding which would make for a fantastic workshop/studio or may indeed be suitable for alteration into further accommodation - subject to investigation; perfect as a holiday let for example. Viewing comes highly recommended.
The picturesque town of Duns offers great facilities and amenities including a good selection of shops, restaurants and a great variety of recreational facilities, including a golf course, swimming pool, rugby club, football club, bowling club, gym and children's play centre. There is a modern state-of-the-art High School and a newly refurbished primary school, adjacent to the town's public swimming pool, which was also extensively redeveloped in the past 10 years. Other amenities include an excellent medical centre, several denominations of churches, 2 petrol stations with vehicle repairs, a garden centre and a comprehensive range of other businesses and services located on the industrial estate and throughout the town. Duns is located on the A6105, between Berwick upon Tweed to the East and Galashiels to the west. Both these towns offer rail links to Edinburgh, the line from Berwick being the main East Coast line. There is a good bus service to both Berwick and Galashiels as well as other local destinations. By car, Edinburgh is approx. 49 miles, with Newcastle to the South being approx. 77 miles
4'2 x 4'10
A traditional entrance with mosaic floor tiles, picture rail coving and an etched glass panelled door to the hall.
The hall is floored in a textured carpet, has white woodwork, stripped back doors and a cupboard under the stairs. A door takes you into an internal hall accessing the shower room and utility.
16'0 x 13'4
This comfortably sized living room has a stone fireplace with a multi fuel burning stove giving a lovely focal point. The large front set windows are complete with working shutters.
16'0 x 12'6
A second spacious public room of a size to suit a number of uses. Two wood lined wall presses. The front set windows are complete with working shutters.
11'3" x 13'2"
Amply large enough for casual dining, with a breakfast bar great for this, the kitchen has been refurbished to great effect and features solid wood worktops, a Belfast style sink, an integrated dishwasher and a dual fuel range. Window to rear.
6'5 into shower x 3'9
An internal shower room, very useful to have downstairs and fitted with a corner WC and small basin. The shower cabinet has an electric unit.
7'2" x 5'9"
The utility room has plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble drier and houses the combi boiler. An opaque glass window gives natural light. Door to back hall, which has a small flight of steps up to a glass door opening to the garden.
The carpeted flight of stairs has an ornate banister and is lit by a window on the half turn. The landing leads to all remaining accommodation by stripped doors and also has a door leading to attic access.
13'8 x 15'7
The master bedroom is extremely spacious, with lots of space to take free-standing furniture and the large front set windows are complete with working shutters.
10'5 x 16'10
Another large double set to the front, with windows complete with working shutters.
13'2 x 13'3
This room is set to the rear and is an ideal child's room, which is also a double.
12'11 x 10'8
Another rear set room giving a good sized double.
11'0 x 6'4
The bathroom features painted wood wall panelling and has a white suite of WC, wash hand basin and bath. The reconditioned enamel bath has a mains supply over head shower with a large rose.
There is a neat and tidy little garden to the front. At the side a lane gives access to useful off road parking. The rear garden is a lovely size and really quite surprisingly private. It is laid predominately to grass for easy upkeep, and includes a large stone outbuilding which gives fantastic storage space and is of a size to suit many uses, perfect as a workshop/craft studio for example.
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