£125,000 Offers around
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|3 November 2008||£44,000||N/A|
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Set within a little cul-de-sac in the sought after village of Lilliesleaf, 3 Muselie Drive is a semi-detached bungalow, of non traditional construction, benefiting from a corner position giving the benefit of good sized gardens to rear and side, as well as great scope for possible extension, subject to investigation. Parking is well catered for by a driveway and there are also two outhouses, one housing the recently replaced oil heating boiler. The interior is in neat and today decorative order, but is now at a stage where it would benefit from cosmetic updating; an ideal project for those looking for a property to 'do up' to their own tastes and needs. A double glazed door opens to a small vestibule, helping to weatherproof the interior, and the hall gives access to a useful part floored attic. The living room includes a fireplace with calor gas fire, and it leads to the kitchen, which is large enough to house a little breakfast table, includes a pantry and gives access to the rear. All three bedrooms are ample doubles with storage and the bathroom has been converted into a shower room, suitable for disabled access.
Lilliesleaf is a desirable village with an active community life and is well located for access to many of the major towns and villages in the region as well as employers such as the Scottish Borders Council HQ and the Borders General Hospital. The village is surrounded by the type of beautiful scenery for which the region is rightly renowned and there are numerous activities on hand for those with an interest in country pursuits. Nearby Melrose caters well for every day needs, with some super speciality shops, lovely restaurants and bars, whilst Hawick provides a more comprehensive selection of High Street retailers.
Driving through the village from the Melrose direction, carry on past the primary school until you come to Muselie Drive on the left. Upon turining into the street, number 3 is the house on the corner on the right hand side.
4'0 x 3'1
18'2 x 3'1
14'9 x 12'6
12'10 x 9'7
14'8 x 9'11
11'0 x 9'9
11'0 x 9'5
7'3 x 5'7
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