The property benefits from free-flowing bright and spacious accommodation over two levels. To the ground floor there is a welcoming entrance hallway with cloakroom off. The hall leads through to the duel aspect lounge with dining area, which in turn leads through to the kitchen. A set of UPVC French doors allow direct access to the rear garden from the dining area. To the first floor, the hall landing gives access to three good sized bedrooms and the family bathroom.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of white wall and base units overlaid with stone-effect worktops incorporating a stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Integrated appliances include an electric oven, gas hob and extractor hood. There are freestanding appliance spaces for a washing machine and tall fridge freezer.
The bathroom is fitted with a 3-piece suite including WC, pedestal basin and panelled bath with mixer shower and glass shower screen.
The ground floor cloakroom includes a closed-couple WC and wash hand basin.
There are private gardens to the front and rear of the property. The front garden is largely laid to lawn and left unbounded in keeping with the neighbourhood. The rear garden is terraced over two levels and is accessed via a communal path to the side of the property. The lower section of garden includes a lovely patio area whilst the top portion has been firmed into a raised seating area formed of timber decking.
There is a dedicated car parking space located in the residents' car park.
The property is located within a very popular residential area where local amenities are readily available nearby. There is a regular bus service which runs daily with a bus stop located in close proximity to the property. More comprehensive amenities are readily available a short distance away in Galashiels town centre including Galawater Retail Park and Galashiels Transport Interchange. The Interchange houses the main Borders railway station providing regular services to and from Edinburgh Waverley Station.
Galashiels is the largest of the Border towns and is well served by a range of independent shops, restaurants, and cafes along with supermarkets and high street shops. Nearby there is an excellent range of schooling, from primary through to secondary and university education. The Mac Arts Centre and the Volunteer Hall host a wide variety of music events throughout the year attracting some well-known performing artists. The town also benefits from a station on the Borders Railway, offering a journey time to central Edinburgh of less than an hour. Country and sporting pursuits are readily available, including hill walking, fishing, golf, cycling and mountain biking in the Tweed Valley
Council Tax Band C.
All fitted carpets, floor coverings, blinds and integrated appliances are to be included within the sale.
All mains services, gas central heating and double glazing.
Strictly By Appointment Only via the Selling Agent.
A copy of the Home Report can be downloaded from our website
All offers should be submitted in writing in standard Scottish Legal format by your solicitor to James Agent (the selling agent). All interested parties are advised to instruct a note of interest via their solicitor. In the event of a closing date being set the Seller shall not be bound to accept any offer and the seller also reserves the right to accept any offer at any time.