£110,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|9 April 2009||£105,000||£46,000|
|3 October 2003||£59,000||N/A|
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5 Mid Row is a quirky 'C' Listed mid terraced property set in the heart of the bustling town of Lauder, which has a great range of amenities and enjoys easy access to Edinburgh; making it very popular with the commuter. As it is also in comfortable striking distance of several Border towns, villages and tourist attractions, it makes for an ideal location for use as a little holiday home / weekend retreat with no garden upkeep to worry about. The property has several pleasing features; including sash and casement astragalled windows, wooden floors and stripped back woodwork and it is fitted with gas central heating, fired from a combi boiler housed in a good sized cupboard in the living room. At ground floor the hall leads directly to the shower room as well as the cosy living room, in turn opening to the compact kitchen. A carpeted staircase, with attractive original banister, leads upstairs to the bedrooms, both of which are doubles.
Enjoying easy access to Edinburgh (approx 25 miles), the attractive small Borders town of Lauder is highly sought after by the commuter. Many of the principal towns and villages in the region are close by, for example the central Borders town of Galashiels is only 10 miles distant, and many of the local major employers are also within easy travelling distance. Lauder has a good variety of local amenities, including a range of shops, post office, doctors surgery and a number of hotels and inns. Secondary schooling is supplied in the highly regarded nearby Earlston High School, currently one of the top performing schools in Scotland. There is also a golf course just outside the town and an abundance of country walks, buildings of an historic nature, horse riding etc are all at hand.
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