The property is entered via its own main door on ground level into a entrance vestibule, a staircase leads to the first floor hall landing. There are two well-proportioned bedrooms located to the rear of the property overlooking the rear gardens. To the front of the property there is a good size lounge with large oval bay window and focal point electric fire. The bay window adds character and fills the room in natural daylight. The Kitchen is located through the lounge whilst the Bathroom is located at the end of the hallway.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of floor and wall units overlaid with a laminated worktop incorporating a stainless-steel sink and tiled splashbacks. There is an integrated single oven and chrome extractor hood. There are appliance spaces for a washing machine and undercounter fridge-freezer. The Kitchen also houses the gas fired boiler.
The bathroom is fitted with a 3-piece suite including WC, pedestal hand basin and panelled bath with electric shower and tiled splashbacks.
The property is accessed via a communal pathway to the front which is shared with the neighbouring property. There is also a communal pathway to the side of the property which provides access to the private garden and communal drying area. The private garden is largely laid to grass and currently houses a timber shed. The gardens are generally left unbounded with a communal pathway dividing the two private garden areas.
Set in the Lauderdale Valley to the north east of the central borders, Earlston lies around 45 minutes south of Edinburgh, and is conveniently located for access to the main Border towns. Dating from at least the 13th Century, Earlston is said to be the home of Thomas Learmonth, better known as Thomas the Rhymer. The town benefits from a good selection of local facilities including independent shops, pubs, a church, petrol station, small supermarket and excellent local schooling including Earlston High School, one of only two schools in Scotland to feature in Tatler's Top 20 State Secondary Schools 2018.
The town is well suited for commuters, with Edinburgh around a 45 minute drive via the A68, while Tweedbank Railway Station is around a 10 minute drive and offers a journey time to Edinburgh of just under an hour. For outdoor enthusiasts, local activities include numerous walks and bike rides, fishing on the nearby River Tweed, horse riding, and rough and syndicated shooting.
All fitted carpets, floor coverings and blinds are to be included within the sale.
All mains services are available. Gas central heating and double glazing.
Council Tax Band A.
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