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Number 1 Lawview is a semi detached bungalow situated within the picturesque rural borders village of Appletreehall. This deceptively spacious home occupies a well proportioned plot and has an open countryside view to the rear. The village is set within the Teviot valley around 2 miles northeast of the influential borders town of Hawick which boasts a variety of local shopping, amenities, sports and recreational facilities and primary and secondary schooling. There is proximity to the A7 which links the north of England and southern and central Scotland The accommodation on offer within consists of UPVC entrance vestibule with ceramic floor tiles. The reception hallway has 2 storage cupboards one of which is of walk in proportion. The lounge is to the front with countryside aspects over the gardens and has a floor mounted wood burning stove which adds to the overall rustic charm. The dining kitchen is to the rear and has a double window formation to the side and rear allowing for plenty of natural light. There are fitted floor and wall mounted storage units in cream and set upon dark granite effect work surfaces with matching splash back. There is an integrated 4 ring electric hob, electric oven and extractor hood. Bedroom 1 is to the front and has an inset wardrobe storage configuration running the depth of the room. Bedroom 2 is to the rear. The shower room has a white 2 piece suite with semi open double shower cubicle with electric shower in a wet wall finish. The large garden grounds consist of a slabbed patio area, spacious tarmacadam driveway leading to 'lean to' storage area / car port to the rear. There is a large timber storage unit and greenhouse and the remainder of the garden consists of a planting area. The property has double glazing and oil central heating. Reasons to view....................... If it is a quiet life in the heart of the borders countryside you are looking for with the added benefit of being part of a small close-knit community then 1 Lawview should tick a lot of boxes. There is a degree of modernisation required within and this is reflected within the carefully considered asking price but the quality of location will be ever present................... ERE: E
Lounge - 4.6 x 3.6 (15'1 x 11'10 ) - At widest points
Dining Kitchen - 4 x 3.9 (13'1 x 12'10 )
Bedroom 1 - 3.6 x 3.2 (11'10 x 10'6 ) - Into wardrobes and at widest point
Bedroom 2 - 4 x 2.6 (13'1 x 8'6 ) - At widest points
Shower Room - 2.8 x 1.8 (9'2 x 5'11 )
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