An attractive, immaculately presented three bedroom farmhouse style family home, set in a rural yet easily accessible location. Extensive range of outbuildings and fields extending to around 5.1 acres, within a small hamlet. *35,000 UNDER HOME REPORT VALUATION*
Strictly by appointment through selling agents.
The house is located just off the A698 midway between Hawick and Denholm, allowing access to several excellent local Primary and Secondary schools. The area is known for its scenic beauty, sense of history and tradition with numerous activities for those with an interest in sporting and outdoor pursuits, including fishing, shooting and golfing.
The house provides a beautifully presented, very well designed and spacious accommodation set over two floors and ideally suited for a family. The formal entrance to the front of the property opens into a small vestibule. The hall has doors leading to the majority of the ground floor accommodation. The sitting room has a large window to the front of the property catching all of the morning sun. A focal point of the room is provided by a former open fire (which could be re-opened subject to necessary safety checks), stone surround and handmade wood over mantle. An archway leads to the large dining/ kitchen. The well appointed kitchen has patio doors to the garden, enjoying a south westerly aspect. It boasts an impressive two oven red Aga and an extensive range of floor and wall mounted units with granite effect worktops. A further hall from the kitchen leads to the utility room, the stunning bathroom which has recently been upgraded to an extremely high standard and a door accessing the back courtyard. To the front there is a home office and a spacious and bright lounge with a multi-fuel stove and exposed original stone surround and wooden over mantle.
The carpeted flight of stairs leads to the first floor landing. There are three bedrooms, all of which are double rooms with windows to the front. The shower room has been renovated to a high standard and is fitted with a white suite of WC and wash hand basin which is incorporated into a black vanity unit with mirrored bathroom cabinet above. The large walk in shower has a square, rainfall effect shower head with glazed shower screen.
The extensive outbuildings have enormous potential for a multitude of uses including conversion to residential use if the necessary planning consent was granted.
Close to the back door of the house is an attractive range of traditionally built former stables which, subject to obtaining the necessary consent, could be converted into a residential accommodation. They have been used recently for storage and as a garage.
The former tack room has been used as a workshop and houses the boiler for house and shop and also the electric meter and fuse box. The tack room also has drainage as well as hot and cold water facilities.
This large room has disabled access to the front and has a fitted kitchen. It is fitted with telephone and broadband points and has been used as visitor accommodation. (Subject to building and planning permission, this could suit a variety of uses including granny annexe or holiday let.). A door from the shop leads to a hay shed/double garage.
Situated at the rear of the shop is the former hay shed. This could also be used as a large double garage. It has access from the shop or double doors to the side of the property.
*35,000 UNDER HOME REPORT VALUATION*