£86,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|7 August 2018||£76,500||£4,500|
|5 January 2015||£72,000||£12,000|
|23 October 2009||£60,000||£27,500|
|1 May 2003||£32,500||N/A|
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*RECENTLY CHANGED TO FIXED PRICE AT £4000 BELOW THE HOME REPORT*
Tastefully-presented, two-bedroom, end-terrace house with a private garden. Set quietly to the rear of a stone-built terrace, the property is located just a few minutes' walk from the town centre of historic Selkirk, in the Scottish Borders. Entered via a main door set back off the road, the hallway leads to the stairs and opens into the spacious living room which has carpeted flooring, windows to two aspects, a cupboard, and ample space for both lounge and dining furniture. The living room leads through to the kitchen, which has stone-effect worktops, a stainless steel sink with drainer, tiled backsplash, fitted wall and base units, a freestanding washing machine, and an integrated oven and ceramic hob with a canopy above. Upstairs, bedroom one features carpeted flooring, recessed spot lighting, and a built-in wardrobe, whilst a similarly well-finished bedroom has a window to the side of the property. Completing the accommodation is a bathroom fitted with a white three-piece suite, including a mains shower over the P-shaped bath, a ladder radiator, and modern wall panelling. Selkirk is a royal and ancient burgh, set high above the Ettrick and Yarrow Valleys in the heart of the Scottish Borders. Ettrick Water runs through this picturesque town, noted for its braes and wynds. Excellent leisure pursuits surround the area, providing golf, fishing, horse riding, mountain biking and hill walking including the famous Southern Upland Way. The centre itself has all the local amenities expected, including local shopping, restaurants and cafés. Major supermarkets can be found just north in Galashiels, which also has its own train station for the Borders railway, offering easy and direct commuting straight into the heart of Edinburgh.
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