£320,000 Offers over
Are you searching for a lifestyle change and rare opportunity to acquire a substantial village home together with a village shop premises in a picturesque village in the heart of the Scottish Borders?
Eglingham is a handsome period 4 bedroom village home with generous outbuildings ripe for conversion to further accommodation (subject to relevant planning permissions), enclosed gated garden, and "Gordon's Little Shop" - a well utilised village shop premises - which is the only general store in this vibrant village community.
Eglingham - retaining many fine period features and oozing character and charm, there are two generous reception rooms, a well appointed breakfasting Kitchen featuring a lovely multi-fuel stove and ample space for informal dining. Upstairs there's four copious double bedrooms, a well fitted family Bathroom which also boasts a fabulous shower enclosure, as well as another Shower Room. A biomass boiler has been fitted in recent years together with solar panels and further information is available during viewing. Eglingham has also been used as a successful B&B/Air BnB in recent times, offering a further potential income source.
With a great range of outbuildings including store, workshop and hay loft, there's also a chicken run and well tended mature gardens with kitchen garden area, and there's also gated access for vehicles.
Gordon's Little Shop - is a well utilised amenity in this vibrant village and is well stocked with general groceries and provides a great service to the local community. Books can be made available to seriously interested parties.
The picturesque Berwickshire village of Gordon is set in the heart of the Scottish Borders, surrounded by scenic rolling Borders countryside, and with a range of village amenities to hand including a village shop, café/bistro, pub, primary schooling, community woodland, countryside walks, bowling club, football club and village hall. More comprehensive facilities can be found in nearby Earlston and Kelso. Gordon is within the catchment area for the highly regarded Earlston High School. With commuting to Edinburgh by road or rail possible, the village is also well located to access the major Borders road networks.
Giving access to all ground floor accommodation, and with original feature staircase to first floor and solid oak flooring.
16'3" x 11'9"
Bright and airy double aspect room featuring a working traditional open fireplace with slate hearth and solid yew surround, solid oak flooring and fully insulated walls.
17'0" x 11'4"
With original stone feature fireplace exposed and substantial hidden shelved storage area.
18'4" x 11'3"
With wood burning stove in a feature stone fireplace and partially exposed original stonework.
First Floor Landing
Accessing first floor accommodation
Contains solar power meter which can bring quarterly income for 10-15 years.
18'0" x 10'2"
Double aspect room with insulated walls.
13'9" x 11'7"
With original working shutters.
16'10" x 12'2"
With insulated walls and original working shutters.
17'4" x 13'7"
With insulated walls and original working shutters.
10'1" x 7'7"
With full size bath and powerful multi-way shower.
6'4" x 5'8"
(shower enclosure available to be installed)
18'3" x 16'5"
Fully fitted shop including a full set of commercial shelving units, modern refrigeration units, counter and built in air-conditioning.
Industrial kitchen/store for shop premises
13'3" x 10'9"
Store Room - 20'2" x 13'7"
Workshop - 19'8" x 19'7"
Wood Pellet Boiler on RHI scheme can generate income for approx 12 more years.
Large hayloft above both areas.
A mature well stocked garden with a variety of planting, including a kitchen garden area and chicken run. Gate access to the rear allows vehicular access for parking.
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