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4 bed detached house

7.04 acres, Whitemire Farm Duns, Berwick, Lowlands, TD11 3PY - UKLAF

listed on 2019-08-31  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

An attractive, small farm set in a peaceful rural setting. Offered for sale as a whole or in 4 lots: Lot 1 - Farmhouse, buildings and 7.04 acres Guide Price £625,000 Lot 2 - Paddock of 5.58 acres Guide Price £ 40,000 Lot 3 - Arable field and woodland 37.04 acres Guide Price £300,000 Lot 4 - Productive rotational grassland and woods 18.48 acres Guide Price £135,000

5 bed detached house

4 acres, The Old Manse, Edrom, Duns, Berwickshire, Lowlands - UKLAF

listed on 2019-05-11  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

The Old Manse in Edrom is a beautiful detached, Georgian family home situated in the heart of the Scottish Borders, just outside the popular town of Duns. Built as a Manse in 1825, the property offers comfortable family accommodation in excellent condition over three principle floors. It is situated in garden grounds of approximately four acres and includes a two bedroom holiday cottage known as The Old Carriage House, a number of outbuildings and a double garage. Accommodation comprises: The Old Manse Ground Floor: Vestibule, reception hallway, drawing room, dining room, family sitting room, kitchen, breakfast room, utility room, W.C, pantry cupboards. Half Landing: Study. First Floor: Landing, master bedroom (en-suite), bedroom 2 (en-suite), bedrooms 3 & 4, family bathroom. Second Floor: Bedrooms 5 & 6, attic storage. Outside: Large and mature secluded garden, pond, grass tennis court, vegetable and fruit garden, green-house, composting area, orchard. Ample off-street parking, double garage, outbuildings. EPC Rating: Band F. The Old Carriage House Ground Floor: Sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, master bedroom, bedroom 2, family bathroom. Distances: Berwick-upon-Tweed 11 miles, Duns 3 miles, Edinburgh 40 miles. (All mileage is approximated)

5 bed detached house

Edrom, Duns, Berwickshire, TD11.

listed on 2019-05-22  Rettie   

The Old Manse in Edrom is a beautiful detached, Georgian family home situated in the heart of the Scottish Borders, just outside the popular town of Duns. Built as a Manse in 1825, the property offers comfortable family accommodation in excellent condition over three principle floors. It is situated in garden grounds of approximately four acres and includes a two bedroom holiday cottage known as The Old Carriage House, a number of outbuildings and a double garage. Accommodation comprises: The Old Manse Ground Floor: Vestibule, reception hallway, drawing room, dining room, family sitting room, kitchen, breakfast room, utility room, W.C, pantry cupboards. Half Landing: Study. First Floor: Landing, master bedroom (en-suite), bedroom 2 (en-suite), bedrooms 3 & 4, family bathroom. Second Floor: Bedrooms 5 & 6, attic storage. Outside: Large and mature secluded garden, pond, grass tennis court, vegetable and fruit garden, green-house, composting area, orchard. Ample off-street parking, double garage, outbuildings. EPC Rating: Band F. The Old Carriage House Ground Floor: Sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, master bedroom, bedroom 2, family bathroom. Distances: Berwick-upon-Tweed 11 miles, Duns 3 miles, Edinburgh 40 miles. (All mileage is approximated)

4 bed house

Allanbank HouseDuns, Berwickshire, TD11 3JX

listed on 2019-08-21  Savills   

A modern house built to a traditional design in 2003, Allanbank House has a classic, elegant feel yet offers all the benefits of contemporary living. A sense of connection and flow to the ground floor reception rooms creates a wonderfully versatile space. The spacious and bright reception rooms include a drawing room with dual aspect windows, fireplace and glass doors opening up to the dining room. This in turn is easily opened into the double height sitting room with log burner and tall windows overlooking the landscaped gardens. The spacious sitting room connects to both the entrance hall and kitchen and a galleried first floor landing looks down from above. The kitchen with dining space features a large island and integrated appliances within the base and wall units. A large utility room is accessed from the kitchen, located to the side door leading out to the garden. A study connects the entrance hall to the kitchen, whilst the garden room which enjoys spectacular panoramic views over the garden, is also accessed from the kitchen. Stairs from the entrance hall lead up to the galleried landing and provide access to the well-proportioned master bedroom with two walk-in wardrobes (one with hatch access to the floored attic above), and a large en suite bathroom with sunken bath and double walk in shower. This bathroom has electric under floor heating. On the other side of the landing is a family bathroom and three further bedrooms, two which share a Jack and Jill shower room. Outside A mature hedge provides a private boundary from the roadside, with gravel driveway sweeping down to the front of the house and ample parking space. The garage provides space for two cars, with storage and a generator shed to the side. There is a further garden machinery shed. Landscaped flower beds border the property to the rear. Amongst the gardens and grounds are landscaped woodlands, seated areas and a summer house overlooking a croquet lawn. Riverside paddocks stretch out below the garden to the Blackadder Water on which the owners of Allanbank House have salmon and trout fishing rights. These are lush meadows with an abundance of wildlife and where there is a pond is fed from the old mill lade. There is a further paddock to the west of the house (Lot 2) this field is classified as Class 3 arable ground and extends to about 10.4 acres. The intention is to sell the property as a whole and lots 2 & 3 will not be sold prior to Allanbank House. Development Plot (available in addition) There is an area of ground to the north of the property which has planning potential. The area extends to about 1.9 acres and is available in addition. GENERAL REMARKS Viewings Strictly by appointment with Savills - 0131 247 3756. Services Mains water and electricity, private drainage. Oil fired central heating supplemented by solar panels. Electric under floor heating in master bedroom en suite bathroom. Solar Panels Feed in Tariff expiring in 2037. This currently providing an income of about £1,000 p.a. Local Authority & tax band Scottish Borders Council tax band G Fixtures & Fittings Standard fixtures and fittings are included in the sale. Allanbank House Fishings Allanbank House has salmon and trout fishing rights along the north bank of the Blackadder Water. Paddocks - Lots 2 & 3 The intention is to sell the property as a whole and in any event lots 2 & 3 will not be sold prior to Allanbank House.

5 bed house

Cairnbank HouseDuns, Berwickshire, TD11 3HR

listed on 2018-05-16  Savills   

Cairnbank House is a charming and especially fine example of symmetrical Georgian architecture. The property provides flexible, easily managed family accommodation, and has been sensitively modernised to retain many period features. A wide stone staircase leads up to the front door, and into the large, double wing entrance hall. A curved staircase lies ahead, whilst the hall splits both left and right. To the left of the main hall is a cosy sitting room with log burner, and a leafy outlook over the rear garden and small paddock. At the west end of the hall. The elegant drawing room boasts an ornate plaster ceiling cornice and stunning views to the Cheviot Hills through a large bay window. A large log burning stove is set into the marble fire surround. There are two west facing windows, and a walk-in drinks cupboard. To the right of the main hall is a kitchen with integrated appliances and a breakfast area overlooking the rear garden. At the east end of the hall is a spacious dining room. The dining room reflects the symmetry of the drawing room and features a large bay window with fabulous southerly views and two side windows. A door at the rear of the room provides access to a small lobby leading into a bathroom and adjacent cupboard. The staircase from the main hall curves up to the first floor, where a glass partition and door create a divide between the ground floor, first and second floors. The first floor landing leads to a family bathroom, master bedroom with en suite bathroom and dressing room, two further bedrooms and a south-facing study. The staircase continues up to the second floor to two charming bedrooms with combed ceilings, both with bay dormer windows overlooking the front garden and rolling countryside. A WC off the landing separates the two bedrooms. The basement level is accessed from a separate staircase from the main hall, and contains a utility room, access to the rear garden and, if required access points to both the West and East flats (these access points are currently blocked off). Outside Stone gate pillars mark the entrance to the leafy driveway that leads past the Old Stables up to the gravel parking area in front of Cairnbank House. The driveway forks at the Old Stables to provide access to the Coach House, the small paddock and to the two apartments beneath the main house. Mature trees, hedges, shrubs and lawns surround the property providing privacy for each of the dwellings. East Flat The East Flat is a light and spacious two bedroom property with kitchen, sitting room, dining room and bathroom. The sitting room overlooks the secluded south garden and has access outside through a side door. West Flat The West Flat has a spacious light and airy sitting room, kitchen with breakfast area overlooking the back garden, bedroom and bathroom. The Lower Coach House Accessed from the ground floor, The Lower Coach House offers two well-proportioned bedrooms, a spacious sitting room with dual aspect windows, kitchen and bathroom. The Upper Coach House Situated on the first floor, The Upper Coach House is accessed by external steps to the front door. An internal staircase leads up into a spacious sitting room flooded with light from two dormer windows and two skylights. The property also contains a kitchen, bathroom, and hallway to two double bedrooms. GENERAL REMARKS Services Mains water and electricity, mains gas, and private drainage. Fixtures and Fittings All standard fixtures and fittings are to be included in the sale. Local Authority Cairnbank House is within Scottish Borders council tax band G East Flat is within Scottish Borders council tax band A West Flat is within Scottish Borders council tax band A 1 Coach House is within Scottish Borders council tax band A 2 Coach House is within Scottish Borders council tax band A Listing Cairnbank House along with the stables, Coach House and gatepiers are all B Listed

7 bed house

TrinityBridgend, Duns, Berwickshire, TD11 3ER

listed on 2019-09-29  Savills   

Dating back to the early 1800, Trinity is a fine example of Victorian architecture and has maintained a private setting within the town. A light, half glazed vestibule provides a snug reading nook and access to the main entrance hall with fan window allowing natural light into the area. A sweeping staircase made of wood from a ship owned by the original owner of the property, provides a wonderful central feature. Two generously sized reception rooms lie symmetrically opposite each other from the hall, both with wood burning stoves and dual aspect windows. A convenient boot room provides storage space. Towards the rear of the property is a light kitchen with adjacent dining room. Both rooms overlook the rear courtyard and garden. The kitchen includes painted base units with an induction hob, and two portholes also relating to the maritime connections of the original owner. A utility room, and back staircase leading up to a former maid's room are accessed from the kitchen. There is also access to the garage. The main staircase leads up to the first floor landing where the master bedroom with en suite shower room is located, along with three further double bedrooms, a family bathroom and separate shower room. Stairs lead up to the attic floor where a further three bedrooms and another bathroom are located. The driveway opens up to a large parking area, with lawn stretching out to the boundary line created by mature trees including a fantastic mature sycamore tree. Javanese bamboo, yew and Wellingtonia trees also feature in the garden, amongst the woodland, patio and courtyard areas. To the rear of the property is a separate stable block comprising two large stores; there is potential to integrate this into the main house, or convert into separate accommodation. A large garage is set to the east of the property. GENERAL REMARKS Viewings Strictly by appointment with Savills - 0131 247 3738. Services Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas. Three wood burners in the ground floor reception rooms. Local Authority & tax band Scottish Borders Council tax band G Miscellaneous Trinity owns the driveway leading to the property, with the neighbouring properties having a right of access over it. There is shared maintenance over the driveway. Conservation Area and Listing Trinity is a C Listed building. Fixtures & Fittings Standard fixtures and fittings are included in the sale.

4 bed detached house

Berrywell House, Duns

listed on 2019-09-06  Hastings Legal   

Berrywell House is an exceptional example of classic Georgian architecture; this detached B listed property occupies a secluded woodland edge position on the edge of town with fabulous open views to the south taking in The Cheviots in the distance. The property has an interesting history, believed to have been visited by Robert Burns during his tour of The Borders and then further extended in the Victorian era hence the ‘east wing’ which features large bay windows on the ground and first floors. In addition and as you would expect, Berrywell House boasts many period features including high ceilings, cornicing, ornate fireplaces and the original servants quarters. The interior has been renovated in recent years to provide a lovely blend of traditional features with contemporary styling including modern kitchen and bathroom fittings. The interior layout is such that the property is perfectly suited to those seeking a substantial family home with plenty of space on offer, but equally well suited for use as a B&B with all bedrooms benefitting from en-suite facilities. Externally the tree-lined drive creates a real sense of grandeur and leads to the private garden grounds which incorporate a neat lawned area, original detached stable block with hayloft and double garage/workshop.

3 bed detached house

Ravelaw, Near Whitsome, Berwickshire, TD11.

listed on 2018-12-18  Rettie   

Detached Country Residence in a Rural Hamlet with Annexe. This impressive modern detached home offers spacious and very versatile accommodation and would be ideal for multi-generational living. Burnside Lodge is a substantial 4300 square foot family home situated in the heart of the Berwickshire countryside and a short drive from Berwick upon Tweed. The property has been thoughtfully designed by the current owners to offer flexible living depending on requirements. There are extensive and beautifully landscaped gardens and grounds, a detached double garage and far-reaching countryside views. Accommodation comprises: Main House: Reception Hallway, 3 Double Bedrooms (1 ensuite) Family Bathroom, Sitting Room, Hobby Room. West Wing: Kitchen & Dining Room, Utility, Sitting Room, Master Bedroom, Bathroom & Dressing Room. East Wing: Kitchen & Dining Room, Utility, Sitting Room & Music Room, Master Bedroom, Bathroom, Conservatory. Exterior: Gravelled Driveway & Ample Parking, Mature Gardens to Front & Rear, Wood Stores, Workshop, Double Garage, two Garden Sheds. Burnside Lodge is a situated approximately half a mile west of the village of Whitsome. The house occupies a quiet position at the end of a small cul de sac with spectacular views by its open southerly aspect and benefits from a light and bright atmosphere. It is an individual property with flexible accommodation which could suit different generations of the same family or include a self-contained holiday apartment. It offers all the comforts associated with modern living including double glazing and a ground source heat pump which provides underfloor heating throughout and constant hot water. The property is situated in its own grounds with a spacious gravelled driveway and double garage with remote controlled doors. Burnside Lodge is situated in a beautiful rural setting, with superb views over surrounding farmland and to the Cheviot Hills and lies just outside the village of Whitsome which benefits from a thriving village hall incorporating a village shop/post office. The bustling market town of Duns is approximately 6 miles distant and offers an excellent range of local amenities and schooling together with a community hospital .Within 10 miles east of Burnside Lodge lies the historic market town of Berwick-upon-Tweed which offers an excellent range of facilities and amenities with a good selection of local and national shops and supermarkets including M&S, Tesco and Homebase to name a few. There are a wealth of cafes and restaurants with the Maltings Theatre & Cinema offering a wide choice of top class entertainment. In addition, there is a good choice of doctors and dental surgeries, as well as the local hospital. There are well respected local schools for all ages nearby, including Swinton primary school, Berwickshire High School and Longridge Towers, a well-respected independent school. Distances: Edinburgh 53 miles, Newcastle upon Tyne 72 miles, Berwick Railway Station 10 miles (All distances are approximate). The home report survey valuation is £525,000 making this property amazing value for money and is available to send on request. EPC: C

2 bed house

Dunvegan, Grantshouse, Duns, TD11

listed on 2019-10-06  McEwan Fraser Legal   

Dunvegan provides spacious and flexible accommodation which makes for a wonderful family home or holiday home given all that it's within easy reach of locally and further afield via the A1 and main railway line, currently Dunbar is the closest station, but future plans to reopen a local rail station at Reston are anticipated in the near future. Internally, the property has oak flooring throughout most of the public space in the accommodation and comprises: Vestibule, welcoming entrance hall, WC, large storage cupboard and two bedrooms either side of the hallway, both bedrooms are generous in size with ample space for furnishings and each hosts an en-suite bathroom for convenience and ideal for guest accommodation. To the first floor is the open plan living space, accessed from a double door, this wonderful open plan space takes in a large family lounge space with accompanying balcony, and impressive views, this space flows into the dining kitchen that has been finished to an exacting standard and the perfect space for entertaining large groups. The large dining kitchen also enjoys the delightful outlook and includes an impressive marble-topped prep island, tiled flooring and ample wall and floor mounted units topped with plenty of accompanying worktop space which is sure to appeal to any aspiring chef, a large cupboard space completes this level. Access to the rear garden is from the split-level on the stairways between the middle and top floor, from which is the mature back garden and the raised decking area, perfect for barbecues. To the top floor, the accommodation on this level consists of the large master bedroom with en-suite 3 piece bathroom and large built-in wardrobe, adjacent is the family bathroom, with a further large double bedroom, perfect for the family and with ample space for furnishings, with a smaller bedroom but still good in size completing the accommodation. Externally private gardens can be found on the side and rear of the property, with space to the side sufficient to house a single garage if required. The property further benefits from double glazed windows, oil heating and an insulated attic space which is sure to make this a cosy yet cost-effective home. Extras (Included in the sale): All fixtures, fittings, carpets, curtains and kitchen appliances.

8 bed detached house

DUNS, Scottish Borders, TD11 3BZ

listed on 2019-10-07  Edwin Thompson   

The Bank House and ground floor, former Bank, are now being sold together as an exceptional detached building set in the picturesque Border town of Duns, with well appointed generously proportioned flexible accommodation arranged over four floors. This traditional property is presented in good order and sits in an imposing position within the town centre. The addition of the ground floor accommodation opens up a wide range of further possibilities for the future of the combined property. The gardens are mature and well maintained with multiple outbuildings. Accommodation Currently Comprises: Ground Floor: General office/ main retail area, manager’s office, further office, strong room, rear hall, stationery cupboard/file store, kitchen, ladies and gents WC’s, under stair storage cupboard and boiler cupboard, exit to the court yard to the east. First Floor: Landing, drawing room, dining room, kitchen, pantry/ utility room, rear hall, garden room with access to garden, storage cupboard. First Floor Mezzanine: Potential for separate suite currently configured to provide study/ dressing room and bedroom with built in wardrobe. Shower room/ wc accessed off the main stair. Second Floor: Master bedroom, dressing room, four further bedrooms, bathroom. Attic Level: Two attic rooms with potential to provide additional bedrooms or ancillary accommodation. Distances: Edinburgh 45 miles, Newcastle 48 miles, Berwick Upon Tweed 18 miles (All distances are approximate). Situation The property is situated within a prominent position within Duns town centre. Duns is the county town of Berwickshire serving a relatively wide rural hinterland. The town itself has a relatively small population of around 2,750 according to the 2016 Mid Year Population Estimates. It is a traditional market town providing good range of local facilities and services including primary and secondary schooling, a variety of independent shops, banking services, public houses, restaurants, veterinary surgery, police station, garden centre, library, fire station, council and housing association offices. The area boasts a range of attractions including Duns Castle, a number of stately homes, the annual Common Riding and the Jim Clark Museum. The surrounding countryside including the Lammermuir Hills provides some spectacular scenery and some excellent terrain for a range of outdoor pursuits. Other recreational facilities in the area include a swimming pool, a gym, and adjoining children’s play centre and golf driving range, 18-hole golf course, squash courts, all weather astro-surface pitches and a range of sports clubs. On a broader note, the Scottish Borders offers a quality of life that is second to none and in an area of 1800 square miles there is certainly plenty of space to enjoy our beautiful unspoilt countryside and individual towns. Leave the congestion and overpricing behind and discover for yourself what a fantastic place the Borders is to live, work and play. Home to world class activities and attractions, it’s no wonder that the area is so popular with visitors who come here to enjoy mountain biking at Glentress, salmon fishing on the Tweed, walking in our hills and forests or diving off the Berwickshire coast. The area is also known for its’ spectacular Common Ridings, when whole communities come together to celebrate each town’s individual heritage and to cheer on hundreds of horses and riders every summer. The Borders is also a heartland of rugby in Scotland, with the names of our local towns being synonymous with the game and of course Melrose being the original home of rugby sevens. From our historic towns to rural villages, wherever you go you will be struck by the warmth of the welcome in our communities and the real pride people have in living in this wonderful part of the world. With good transport links, an excellent education system and stunning countryside, a move to the Scottish Borders really could be the best move of your life. Description Bank House is a magnificent detached Category B Listed symmetrical three storey Italianate former Bank and Manager’s House which is believed to have been constructed in around 1857. The property is of traditional stone construction with polished cream ashlar sandstone to the principal elevations – front and west, under a hipped roof clad in slate with attractive modillion cornice detailing to the eaves. The town centre elevations conceal generous grounds with well-tended private gardens to the rear accessed off a stair from the first floor level and separate access from a courtyard to the rear; a cobbled courtyard with garaging and a former stable range providing a garden storage shed accessed from the garden level, as well as a workshop and store to the ground level. Internally, the accommodation benefits from generous proportions retaining many period features including ornate cornicing; ceiling roses; picture rails; deep skirtings; panelled doors; timber framed casement windows with working shutters; and traditional cast iron column radiators to the principal rooms. The recent addition of the ground floor re-unites the property offering potential to re-configure the accommodation opening up a wide range of possibilities which may include additional living accommodation; Guest House/ Bed and breakfast accommodation; Restaurant/ Café/ Bistro/ wine Bar; Hotel or a range of alternative complimentary business uses. Established use of the ground floor will be Class 2 – Financial, Professional and Other services of the Town and Country (Use Classes) (Scotland) Order 1997. Under the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Scotland) Order 1992 this permits Class 1 - Retail uses. Allowing for position we would also anticipate that the Planning Authority would consider a range of alternative uses such as Café, Bistro, Restaurant, Wine Bar or even Guest House/ Hotel Use. Directions Travelling into Duns, from any direction the towns Market Square can easily be located at the centre of the town. The property can be found in the Market Square close to the east entrance to the town centre. Fixtures and Fittings Only items specifically mentioned in the particulars of sale will be included in the sale price. Services Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. The ground floor has an independent gas fired central heating system supplemented by Dunham Bush electric heaters to the main office. Local Authority Scottish Borders Council Headquarters, Newtown St Boswells, Melrose, TD6 0SA. Tel 01835 824000. Council Tax: D Rights, Easements & Outgoings The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private, and any existing or proposed wayleaves, easements, servitude rights, restrictions and burdens of whatever kind, whether referred to in these particulars or not. The property is sold subject to the rights of public access under The Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003. The Purchasers will be held to have satisfied themselves on all such matters. Statutory Designations There are no known special landscape designations, scheduled monuments, listings or other prejudicial notifications affecting the property. There are not understood to be any Environmental Schemes in place. Method of Sale The property is offered for sale with Vacant Possession by Private Treaty. Entry as agreed between the parties. Offers Offers in Scottish Legal Form should be submitted to the Selling Agents. A closing date for offers may be fixed and interested parties are advised to register their interest with the Selling Agents. The Vendors shall not be bound to accept the highest or indeed any offer. Viewing Strictly by appointment with the Selling Agent

7 bed detached house

11 and 12 Market Square, DUNS, Scottish Borders, TD11 3BZ

listed on 2019-10-04  Edwin Thompson   

The Bank House and ground floor, former Bank, are now being sold together as an exceptional detached building set in the picturesque Border town of Duns, with well appointed generously proportioned flexible accommodation arranged over four floors. This traditional property is presented in good order and sits in an imposing position within the town centre. The addition of the ground floor accommodation opens up a wide range of further possibilities for the future of the combined property. The gardens are mature and well maintained with multiple outbuildings. Accommodation Currently Comprises: Ground Floor: General office/ main retail area, manager’s office, further office, strong room, rear hall, stationery cupboard/file store, kitchen, ladies and gents WC’s, understair storage cupboard and boiler cupboard, exit to the court yard to the east. First Floor: Landing, drawing room, dining room, kitchen, pantry/ utility room, rear hall, garden room with access to garden, storage cupboard. First Floor Mezzanine: Potential for separate suite currently configured to provide study/ dressing room and bedroom with built in wardrobe. Shower room/ wc accessed off the main stair. Second Floor: Master bedroom, dressing room, four further bedrooms, bathroom. Attic Level: Two attic rooms with potential to provide additional bedrooms or ancillary accommodation. Distances: Edinburgh 45 miles, Newcastle 48 miles, Berwick Upon Tweed 18 miles (All distances are approximate). Situation The property is situated within a prominent position within Duns town centre. Duns is the county town of Berwickshire serving a relatively wide rural hinterland. The town itself has a relatively small population of around 2,750 according to the 2016 Mid Year Population Estimates. It is a traditional market town providing good range of local facilities and services including primary and secondary schooling, a variety of independent shops, banking services, public houses, restaurants, veterinary surgery, police station, garden centre, library, fire station, council and housing association offices. The area boasts a range of attractions including Duns Castle, a number of stately homes, the annual Common Riding and the Jim Clark Museum. The surrounding countryside including the Lammermuir Hills provides some spectacular scenery and some excellent terrain for a range of outdoor pursuits. Other recreational facilities in the area include a swimming pool, a gym, and adjoining children’s play centre and golf driving range, 18-hole golf course, squash courts, all weather astro-surface pitches and a range of sports clubs. On a broader note, the Scottish Borders offers a quality of life that is second to none and in an area of 1800 square miles there is certainly plenty of space to enjoy our beautiful unspoilt countryside and individual towns. Leave the congestion and overpricing behind and discover for yourself what a fantastic place the Borders is to live, work and play. Home to world class activities and attractions, it’s no wonder that the area is so popular with visitors who come here to enjoy mountain biking at Glentress, salmon fishing on the Tweed, walking in our hills and forests or diving off the Berwickshire coast. The area is also known for its’ spectacular Common Ridings, when whole communities come together to celebrate each town’s individual heritage and to cheer on hundreds of horses and riders every summer. The Borders is also a heartland of rugby in Scotland, with the names of our local towns being synonymous with the game and of course Melrose being the original home of rugby sevens. From our historic towns to rural villages, wherever you go you will be struck by the warmth of the welcome in our communities and the real pride people have in living in this wonderful part of the world. With good transport links, an excellent education system and stunning countryside, a move to the Scottish Borders really could be the best move of your life. Description Bank House is a magnificent Detached Category B Listed symmetrical three storey Italianate former Bank and Manager’s House which is believed to have been constructed in around 1857. The property is of traditional stone construction with polished cream ashlar sandstone to the principal elevations – front and west, under a hipped roof clad in slate with attractive modillion cornice detailing to the eaves. The town centre elevations conceal generous grounds with well-tended private gardens to the rear accessed off a stair from the first floor level and separate access from a courtyard to the rear; a cobbled courtyard with garaging and a former stable range providing a garden storage shed accessed from the garden level, as well as a workshop and store to the ground level. Internally, the accommodation benefits from generous proportions retaining many period features including ornate cornicing; ceiling roses; picture rails; deep skirtings; panelled doors; timber framed casement windows with working shutters; and traditional cast iron column radiators to the principal rooms. The recent addition of the ground floor re-unites the property offering potential to re-configure the accommodation opening up a wide range of possibilities which may include additional living accommodation; Guest House/ Bed and breakfast accommodation; Restaurant/ Café/ Bistro/ wine Bar; Hotel or a range of alternative complimentary business uses. Established use of the ground floor will be Class 2 – Financial, Professional and Other services of the Town and Country (Use Classes) (Scotland) Order 1997. Under the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Scotland) Order 1992 this permits Class 1 - Retail uses. Allowing for position we would also anticipate that the Planning Authority would consider a range of alternative uses such as Café, Bistro, Restaurant, Wine Bar or even Guest House/ Hotel Use. Directions Travelling into Duns, from any direction the towns Market Square can easily be located at the centre of the town. The property can be found in the Market Square close to the east entrance to the town centre. Fixtures and Fittings Only items specifically mentioned in the particulars of sale will be included in the sale price. Services Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. The ground floor has an independent gas fired central heating system supplemented by Dunham Bush electric heaters to the main office. Local Authority Scottish Borders Council Headquarters, Newtown St Boswells, Melrose, TD6 0SA. Tel 01835 824000. Council Tax: D Internet Website This property and other properties offered by Edwin Thompson can be viewed on our website at www.edwinthompson.co.uk as well as our affiliated websites at www.rightmove.co.uk and www.onthemarket.com Rights, Easements & Outgoings The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private, and any existing or proposed wayleaves, easements, servitude rights, restrictions and burdens of whatever kind, whether referred to in these particulars or not. The property is sold subject to the rights of public access under The Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003. The Purchasers will be held to have satisfied themselves on all such matters. Statutory Designations There are no known special landscape designations, scheduled monuments, listings or other prejudicial notifications affecting the property. There are not understood to be any Environmental Schemes in place. Method of Sale The property is offered for sale with Vacant Possession by Private Treaty. Entry as agreed between the parties. Offers Offers in Scottish Legal Form should be submitted to the Selling Agents. A closing date for offers may be fixed and interested parties are advised to register their interest with the Selling Agents. The Vendors shall not be bound to accept the highest or indeed any offer. Viewing Strictly by appointment with the Selling Agent Particulars Prepared October 2019

4 bed detached house

Brae House Edington HillNr Chirnside, DunsTD11 3LE

listed on 2019-08-24  Paris Steele   

Truly impressive detached four bedroom family home which is complemented by a most delightful extensive wrap-around garden of approximately 0.75 acres. Enjoying an enviable rural location and superb interiors, this is a must see property. The accommodation is arranged over two floors and at ground level comprises entrance vestibule, welcoming hallway, elegant dual aspect sitting room with multi fuel stove set in an ornate fireplace and French doors leading to the garden, spacious dining room together with a further living room. Also at this level is the stunning contemporary dining kitchen fitted with an extensive range of wall and base units, wine fridge, centre Island and integral appliances together with a utility room and a newly refurbished W.C. The sweeping wooden staircase leads to the upper floor accommodation where there are four double bedrooms, three with ensuite shower rooms, together with the family bathroom. The property benefits from underfloor heating throughout the ground floor, with radiators on the upper floor. Worthy of special mention is the lovely wrap-around garden pertaining to the property. There is a large driveway leading to a paved parking area and double detached garage. The spacious attic in the garage offers potential to be converted subject to the usual planning permission and consents. The garden boasts extensive areas of lawn, deep beds filled with a variety of mature shrubs and flowers, a terraced area offering a perfect spot for outside entertaining and garden pond with summer house nearby. At the front of the property is a large area laid to lawn together with a productive poly tunnel. It may be of interest to note that the property generates an income for the owners. It may also be of further interest to note that the garden grounds offer potential for a building plot subject to the usual planning permissions. Initial investigations have been carried out by the current owners albeit not pursued at this stage but there is scope for new owners to explore this option. Brae House enjoys an enviable rural location in the heart of the Berwickshire countryside and boasts beautiful panoramic views. It lies less than ten minutes’ drive from the A1 via Ayton, thereby offering the best of country living with easy A road access. The journey time to Edinburgh is around one hour and to Dunbar approximately thirty minutes. There is a mainline station at Berwick-upon-Tweed, approx. 13 minutes’ drive away, with regular trains to Edinburgh Waverley and London Kings Cross. Primary education is provided at Chirnside Primary School with secondary schooling at Duns High School. The school bus stop is directly outside the property. Directions - from the north, take the A1 to Ayton, continue through the village, then take the B6355 (beside the church), continue on this road for around 4 miles, past a property on the left called “Fox Covert”, then after a further half a mile take the small road on the left with a hamlet of houses and Brae House is at the bottom of the hill on the right. From the south, from the A1 at Berwick, take the A6105 on the left signposted Duns / Chirnside / Foulden, after approx. 6 miles there is a yellow sign on the right for Edington and Brae House is just beyond on the right.

4 bed detached house

Bogend, Duns, Scottish Borders, TD11 3RA

listed on 2019-07-10  CKD Galbraith   

SITUATION Bogfield House has a scenic Borders location about 3 miles to the south of Duns. The house enjoys a south westerly aspect to the front as well as fine outlooks over agricultural land to the rear. Duns is the county town of Berwickshire and has a population of around 2,500. The town has a good range of amenities including a modern secondary school, newly upgraded primary school, GP practice, shops, sporting and recreational facilities. Berwickshire and the Scottish Borders is an excellent area for countryside pursuits and Bogfield House lies within easy reach of the rugged east coast. There is a main line railway station at Berwick upon Tweed. DESCRIPTION Bogfield House is a superb modern detached family home which offers bright, versatile and well appointed accommodation. The house has been well finished with high quality kitchen and sanitary fittings, some oak flooring, double glazed windows, built in kitchen appliances, oil fired central heating, electric under floor heating in each of the bathroom and en suite, towel rails which can either be heated by the central heating boiler or electrically and a Juliet balcony outside the master bedroom. There is good built in storage space including a box room and a walk-in wardrobe off the master bedroom. Built in wardrobe in bedroom 2 ACCOMMODATION Ground Floor: Porch, hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, utility room, WC (with WC and basin) and bedroom 4/study. First Floor: Landing, master bedroom with en suite shower room (with shower, basin and WC), 2 further double bedrooms, bathroom (with bath, shower, basin and WC) and box room. NB The floor plans don’t show the walk in wardrobe of the master bedroom, which juts in to bedroom 2 or a built in wardrobe in bedroom 2 GARDEN AND OUTBUILDINGS Bogfield House sits within its own garden grounds which are mainly in grass but include good gravelled car parking/turning space - with a grid system to prevent slippage of the gravel. There is an attached single car garage, with pedestrian access to/from the utility room. The garage has an electric roller door. DIRECTIONS From Duns take the A6112 Coldstream road turning right on to the B6460 approximately 3 miles from the town. Take the right turn on to the minor road to Fogo at Bogend Farm and Bogfield House is the first of the two modern houses on your right. .

4 bed house

Beech House, Swinton

listed on 2019-09-06  Hastings Legal   

A successful blend of old and new, Beech House offers the ideal space for family living. Nestled to the edge of the village, with privacy provided by the woodland backdrop, both the property itself and outdoor space provide an enviable base for a growing family, or for those looking to downsize to an area with access to amenities, who still enjoy regular visitors. The ground floor hosts three bright and comfortable reception rooms; with a family kitchen at its heart, well appointed living room, drawing room or dining room, and a particularly glorious sun room with an open aspect extending to the landscaped garden. The provision of a ground level en-suite bedroom, family bathroom and storage including a utility room and porch, lend to further flexibility - bound to suit a variety of requirements and suitable for 'rejig'! The upstairs hosts three well considered double bedrooms, two of which enjoy ensuites, and with good storage.

3 bed house

Edrom, DUNS, Berwickshire, Scottish Borders, TD11 3PZ

listed on 2018-12-12  Edwin Thompson   

Description Mill Valley is a modern, well-appointed three bedroom bungalow set in generous gardens (0.76 acres) and enjoying a high degree of privacy in a rural setting on the edge of the Whittadder valley. The flexible accommodation comprises sitting room, sun room, kitchen diner, two en suite double bedrooms and a third bedroom, currently fitted as a home office. In addition, there is a sizeable utility room with access to the garden. There is good scope for adding further living accommodation (subject to planning). Location Mill Valley is situated in south-east Berwickshire, an area noted both for its stunning scenery easy access to rural pursuits. The property enjoys considerable privacy, yet is readily accessible, being served by a minor public road which links to the A6105 Chirnside-Berwick upon Tweed road approximately 400 metres to the south. There is a main line railway station at Berwick upon Tweed on the east coast route with direct connections to Edinburgh, Newcastle upon Tyne and London as well as international airports at both Edinburgh and Newcastle upon Tyne. Chirnside (2 miles) provides a good range of local services including a Co-Op supermarket, Post Office, pharmacy, doctor’s surgery and two public houses. The larger centres of Duns, Berwick upon Tweed, Coldstream and Kelso afford a broader range of facilities. There is a primary school at Chirnside and excellent modern high schools at both Duns and Eyemouth together with a number of private schools in and around Edinburgh in addition to those at Longridge Towers, Berwick and St Mary’s in Melrose. The Borders is famed for the quality of its field sports and there are a number of good links and inland golf courses as well as excellent riding and walking opportunities throughout the area. Accommodation comprises: Front Door Vestibule With large cupboard and ample space for coats and boots. Hall With tiled floor, built-in cupboard and connecting passages providing access to all rooms. Cloakroom Cloakroom with separate WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Sitting Room A spacious room with windows overlooking the front garden and with glazed double doors leading to the sun room. Power points, telephone and television points. Sun Room Three quarters glazed with a sliding patio door to the south, the sun room has tiled floors throughout and recessed down lighters. Leading directly from the drawing room and overlooking the rear garden, it provides additional flexible accommodation. Kitchen Diner Well equipped, custom built kitchen with base and wall units with rolled melamine worktops, oil fired Rayburn with twin hob and double oven (also heats domestic water), central island with granite worktop, Zanussi dishwasher, triple window to east, limestone flagged floor. Double Bedroom 1 A good sized room with built in wardrobe and a triple window to the south west. En Suite. A generous en suite shower room including WC, pedestal hand basin, shower cubicle, tiled floor. Bedroom 3 / Home Office Fitted floor and wall units, tiled floor. Double Bedroom 2 Triple window to the south west, walk-in shelved clothes store. En Suite Bathroom A spacious bathroom including corner bath, WC, shower cubicle and wash hand basin. Micro tiled floor. Utility Room This spacious room is currently equipped with de-mountable kennels and includes a base unit range with rolled melamine worktops, double Belfast sink with dog shower unit over and plumbing for two automatic washing machines. There is a walk-in shelved store and a further cupboard containing a floor mounted Trianco balanced flue boiler and a hot water cylinder with electric immersion. The floor is tiled and the walls part tiles. There are triple windows to front and rear and external access to side. Whilst this room is currently used for housing and administering a number of pedigree show dogs, our client would have deep cleaned prior to any date of entry. Outside The property, occupying circa 0.76 acres, is access by a gravel drive with parking for several cars. The gardens which are enclosed are laid principally to lawn with herbaceous and floral borders and studded with a variety of interesting ornamental shrubs and trees and there is a flagged patio adjacent to the sun room and two small ponds. There are two garden sheds. Services: Mains electricity. Mains water off a private distribution system through Todheugh Farm to the south. Water is sub-metered and re-charged by the owner of Todheugh Farm periodically at cost. Private drainage through a septic tank. Full oil fired central heating. Energy Performance Certificate: D Council Tax Band: F

7 bed house

GrantshouseDuns TD11 3RW

Former Church 3 Reception Rooms Breakfasting Kitchen Laundry Room/Back Kitchen 3 Bathrooms 7 Bedrooms (1 En-suite & Dressing Room) Oil Central Heating & Double Glazing Double Garage & Off Road Parking Gardens EPC Rating Band E The Old Church is situated within the village of Grantshouse, which is bypassed by the A1. This former Free Church has been converted by the present owner into this unique family home which offers 3 Reception rooms and up to 7 Bedrooms. The property benefits from oil central heating and double glazing. Externally there are easily maintained gardens, a sun terrace, a large double garage with an additional 30ft store room and ample off road parking. Retaining many original features including exposed beams, stone putts and some delightful arched windows. This property offers adaptable living accommodation either to continue as a family home or indeed, given its position, a most charming and individual Bed & Breakfast establishment, and is within easy commuting distance to Edinburgh (40 miles) and is only 16 miles from Berwick-upon-Tweed and its Mainline Railway Station.

4 bed semi-detached house

2 Hoardweel Farm Cottage, DUNS, TD11 3RY

listed on 2019-06-12  GSB Properties   

Enjoying a breathtaking setting in the scenic Scottish Borders, this four-bedroom semi-detached cottage offers an idyllic country home complete with extensive garden grounds, with the option to purchase separately, a 1.5-acre fenced paddock and a substantial American-style barn comprising a loose box, a pony loose box/log store and tack room. THE PROPERTY Approached along a private farm road and a gated driveway, the cottage enjoys a favourable southwest-facing aspect, and multi-faceted views of the breathtaking countryside. Welcoming you into the property is a neat entrance hall, which leads into the spacious yet cosy lounge. Dual-aspect windows flood the space with natural light and at the focal point of the room is a rustic stone fireplace, which houses a multi-fuel stove and a log store. At the rear of the cottage you reach the heart of the home: the vast open-plan kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Instantly warm and homely, the dual-aspect room simply oozes country charm and provides the perfect setting for everyday family life and entertaining. Arranged around a convivial central island, the bespoke-made fitted kitchen comprises an array of solid oak and white-painted cabinets topped with luxurious black Corian. The farmhouse-inspired kitchen is replete with a traditional dual-fuel range cooker and a gleaming Belfast sink, as well as an integrated dishwasher and an integrated fridge/freezer. In addition to bar seating around the central island, the tremendous open-plan space easily accommodates a large dining area and a sitting area with bi-fold doors onto the southeast-facing patio, and is supplemented with a separate utility room with direct access to the garden. Also on the ground floor are two bright and spacious double bedrooms, and a convenient three-piece shower room. Ascending to the first floor, the staircase leads up to a versatile sitting room, where front-facing windows yield fabulous elevated views of picturesque rural setting. Along a wide corridor are two large double bedrooms (one with generous built-in storage) and an immaculate four-piece bathroom. The cottage benefits from double glazing and a solid-fuel central heating system, ensuring optimum home comfort and efficiency all-season round. The property sits in approximately ½ acre of beautiful garden grounds the front, side and rear, plus a multi-vehicle parking area. EQUESTRIAN FACILITIES  The equestrian facilities sit directly opposite the property and consist of a 1.5 acre grazing paddock with post and rail fencing. The American barn is flexible in its layout and currently comprises of two loose boxes, tack room, feed room and an open storage area with potential to create two further loose boxes.  There are miles of off road hacking available directly from the property through some of the borders most beautiful countryside.  DIRECTIONS: Heading south on the A1 Turn Right on the 'Duns' Road the A6112 (this turnoff is at Grantshouse). Travel on the A6112 for four miles and turn right at the top of the hill into Hoardweel Farm - there is a grey picket fence and white painted rocks that mark the top of the driveway.   Drive down the farm road and past two new builds on the left hand side and the property is the last house on the left hand side.

3 bed detached house

The Auld Kirk Duns Road, Longformacus

listed on 2019-06-27  Drummond Miller   

About this property 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 public rooms With great individuality, this superior detached home (152 sqm) really must be viewed to experience the countless attractive features offered within. The property is sure to appeal to discerning purchasers of all age groups seeking the tranquillity and many benefits of traditional country life. As the name implies, it is a former church dating back to 1850 which has been sympathetically altered yet retaining a unique depth of character. The works which have been carried out to a particularly high specification include a complete re-roof, re-wire and provision of a recently installed highly efficient renewable heating system which is complemented by a multi-fuel stove. Quality contemporary fittings feature in the kitchen, shower room and bathroom whilst the stunning bespoke turned hemlock staircase (constructed using some original timbers from the Kirk) creates great impact. On the ground floor, the well-designed interior is floored with handmade terracotta tiling and is served by under-floor heating.  In true ‘move-in’ condition, the accommodation provides great living space, a stylish partially open plan kitchen/breakfast room (having integrated appliances), useful utility room and shower room. Upstairs there are three large double bedrooms and modern bathroom. Outside is an attractive and easily maintained garden with sheltered seating areas, driveway and large shed. The property has been valued by surveyors at £325,000 and lies in Council Tax Band D. Extras include the 5-ring ceramic hob, hood, Bosch double oven, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and some of the blinds. To view telephone Agents 0131 243 1230 (07595820611 out with office hours).  Longformacus is a small picturesque hamlet in the Scottish Borders 6 miles north-west of Duns. Set within the grouse moors and farmland of the Lammermuir Hills, this is a perfect location for purchasers seeking country pursuits including fishing, riding, cycling, shooting and walking. The Southern Upland Way and Sir Walter Scott Way actually pass through the village. Additional facilities are available at Haddington (18 miles) and Edinburgh (36 miles) whilst Berwick upon Tweed is only 23 miles away and offers mainline trains to both Edinburgh and London . Nearby Duns is a thriving country town with an 18-hole golf course, swimming pool and schools.

2 bed house

The Old Pumphouse Cabins slighhouses , Duns , TD11 3QA

The Old Pump House Cabins comprise two log cabins set in their own grounds amidst a spectacular setting in the heart of rural Berwickshire some 4 miles from the former county town of Duns, 13 miles from the historic Border town of Berwick upon tweed (and less than a 30 minute drive away from the A1 trunk road) The cabins’ unique location provides an excellent base for which to explore both the Scottish Borders and the north of England with ready access to many local landmarks and the magnificent eastern coastline justifiably designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty.

3 bed house

Bluestone View, Allanton, TD11 3JZ

listed on 2019-03-22  Melrose & Porteous   

ALLANTON Bluestone View, Allanton, TD11 3JZ 3 2 2 A E Property Ref: #4862 Offers Over £295,000 prev next . Property Information Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 Reception rooms: 2 EPC Rating: A Council Tax Band: E Property Features Garage Conservatory Off-Street Parking Quality Finishes Wood Burning Stove Oil Fired Central Heating Double Glazing Utility Room Off Street Parking Enclosed Garden Family Home Property Location

4 bed detached house

Market Square , Duns , TD11 3BX

listed on 2019-03-28  J D Clark & Allan   

This impressive town house enjoying a central location overlooking the town’s Market Square presents a rare opportunity to acquire a substantial family home of character with the added bonus of office/workspace facilities or even a potential granny annexe in the form of a detached building to the rear. The house itself has retained some lovely period features such as decorative cornices, cast iron balustrades, some working shutters etc and affords extremely spacious and flexible accommodation over five floors as follows:- Basement: Three main rooms with storage recesses off Ground Floor: Entrance Hallway, Office, Laundry/Pantry and WC First floor: Family Room, Sitting Room, Dining Kitchen and Bathroom. Second Floor: 4 double Bedrooms and Shower Room. Attic Floor: 2 double Bedrooms and Boiler Room/Store A gated area to the rear with CCTV cameras provides secure parking for up to five vehicles along with a sunny, paved patio area.

5 bed detached house

Kirkhill, Kirkgate, Chirnside, Duns

listed on 2019-09-05  Hastings Legal   

Enjoying a lovely location directly opposite the parish church, Kirkhill is a substantial detached, renovated period property which is quietly nestled into a private and leafy position towards the edge of the village. Internally the accommodation extends over three floors and has been adapted in recent years with B&B in mind; the layout of the accommodation is perfectly suited for those seeking such a venture but would work equally as well for those seeking a well-proportioned and versatile family home, which has the further benefit of the local primary school and village amenities within walking distance. The partially walled garden to the front is south facing and provides a lovely area; having been re-landscaped in recent times, this area is well stocked with a variety of colour and interest throughout the year with plenty of room for summer dining and BBQs whilst the area to the rear of the property hosts a large detached garage and private driveway.

3 bed house

Wellrig, Hardens Road, Duns, TD11 3NP

listed on 2019-02-17  Melrose & Porteous   

DUNS Wellrig, Hardens Road, Duns, TD11 3NP 3 2 2 E E Property Ref: #4061 Offers Over £279,950 prev next . Property Information Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 Reception rooms: 2 EPC Rating: E Council Tax Band: E Property Features Garage Garden Off-Street Parking Oil Fired Central Heating Double Glazing Utility Room Close to School Property Location

3 bed house

Crunklaw Farm‚ Duns‚ TD11

listed on 2019-04-20  Yopa   

Modern spacious and well presented eco friendly property set in a charming rural setting with views over the rolling borders countryside towards the cheviot and lannermuir Hills.This well appointed dwelling was built in 2007 and is designed to be ecologically friendly and economical to run. The heating system is powered by a communal biomass plant and the roof mounted solar panels ensure efficiency in the generation and use of electricity. The property also features a spacious integrated garage with roller door INTERIOR The house is designed to offer optimum natural light and this is evident upon entering the property The main lounge has dual aspect floor to ceiling windows while the downstairs bedroom and dining room also feature floor to ceiling windows.On entering the house you appreciate the sapcious hall, with wood flooring and ample storage cupboards. the Kitchen/diner runs the full length of the house and features quality rustic floor tiling. The kitchen is well fitted with wall and floor mounted units with integrated appliances and flows freely to the dining room with its abundant natural light. The hall also offers access to a downstairs wc as well as the main lounge. this is a delightful and very spacious room with floor to ceiling windows to two sides and a feature fireplace with a wood burning stove as well as views over and patio doors leading to the generously sized rear garden. Also just off the hall is the downstairs bedroom which offers itself to many uses and features double wardrobe with solid oak doors and floor to ceiling windows.Upstairs there are two bedrooms and the family bathroom as well as multiple storage areas. The master bedroom features an en-suite facility and offers abundant accommodation. Both bedrooms have double wardrobes with solid oak doors. EXTERIOR To the front of the property which enjoys scenic rural views there is parking for four cars as we all as attractive garden features. to the rear there is a generous garden in a beautifully tranquil setting offering lots of room for children to play or for the grow it your self enthusiast. ENERGY This property is unique in its energy efficiency. there are solar panels fitted to the roof that offer considerable savings and significant monetary credit to the incoming occupier. the heating and hot water system is very efficiently fuelled by a biomass fired system shared with the two other neighbors in this rural enclave. LOCATION While enjoying a characteristic rural and scenic setting the property lies less that three miles from Duns which offers an excellent range of social, retail, educational, sporting and healthcare facilities. Further facilities are availability in Berwick on Tweed about a fifteen minute drive from the property. Berwick on Tweed also offers regular train services to Edinburgh and Newcastle ( both about 40 mins) and London in about four hours. AGENTS COMMENT  This will make a fantastically spacious and economic home for the new occupiers and is an eminently suitable family home for those seeking a rural lifestyle with alll facilities within easy reach. It has a brigh light filled feeling and is designed to be ecologically friendly and economic. A further feature of the home is the first class joinery with solid oak doors skirting and architrave as well as abundant storage areas.Early viewing is strongly advised in order to appreciate the entirety of what’s on offer in this hidden gem

4 bed bungalow

The Green, Duns, Berwickshire

listed on 2019-09-24  Springbok Properties   

Full description The property has been INDEPENDENTLY VALUED at £280,000 by a Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) qualified surveyor. PRICED TO SELL - No Onward Chain - Bright & Airy Spacious Accommodation - Four Double Bedrooms - Two Bathrooms & Additional WC - Kitchen & Utility Room - Landscaped Gardens - Garage & Ample Parking Space - Double Glazing & Central Heating - Buy and Secure It Now Option Available Springbok is proud to bring to the market this well-presented four bedroom bungalow which is in an excellent condition throughout. The accommodation briefly comprises a newly fitted kitchen, utility room, a redecorated reception room that opens out onto the patio, cloakroom/WC, a family bathroom, three double bedrooms and a master bedroom with an en suite shower room. The bungalow is double glazed throughout and heated via a propane gas-powered boiler and a multi-fuel stove (boiler) which also provides hot water and heating. The property is located in the popular, picturesque village of Swinton and is quietly situated just off The Green. Swinton is well-known for the award-winning Wheatsheaf Hotel & Restaurant and is located in the heart of the Berwickshire Merse which sits approximately 12 miles from Berwick upon Tweed and Kelso. Berwick upon Tweed offers a comprehensive range of shops and utilities, and Kelso boasts cobbled streets, a market square and numerous independent shops. Kelso also has much to offer in the way of salmon & trout fishing on the River Tweed, an ice stadium, curling, golf courses, horse racing and Floors Castle. The towns of Duns and Coldstream are also close by offering a range of shops and services. Springbok Properties' innovative Premium Fast Sale is a secure and straightforward way to buy this property. Here are the benefits for you: o Works like a normal sale with a few security measures for both parties o Focuses on speed o Realistically priced properties o Buy and secure it now option available - speak to our advisor today o Transparent online bidding and simplicity o First-time buyer and mortgage buyer friendly o Chain buyers considered o Mortgage buyers are welcome o Reduces chances of fall-throughs & drastically reduce timescales for exchange o Unlike Auctions, anyone can buy - not just cash-rich investors o No risk of being gazumped o No waiting on endless chains o Mortgage buyers and cash buyers compete on equal terms o Focus and motivation on both sides For Sale by Springbok Properties' using our 'Buyer-Friendly' Premium Fast Sale Plus, which puts you in the driving seat thanks to Springbok's fast and secure way of buying. Our sellers are motivated and willing to price their properties competitively in order to ensure a fast and secure sale. You can now secure the sale with a reservation deposit of £800, this forms part of the final purchase price. It is NOT an extra cost. An administration fee of £96 draws up an exclusive legally binding contract between the buyer and seller giving the buyer exclusive rights to purchase within a given timeframe. Paying the reservation deposit ensures that the seller takes their property off the market as soon as the sale is agreed and reserves it exclusively for you, eliminating gazumping and the helps you avoid losing money and wasting time which most buyers like you may face with the traditional estate agent's approach. You get a fixed exclusivity period (approximately 4 weeks) in which you can arrange surveys and prepare to exchange contracts, safe in the knowledge that you will not be gazumped by another buyer. Get the best of both worlds: You get to buy properties with a mortgage which are normally reserved for cash-rich investors and cash buyers and you get the security of an exclusive buying transaction with a much smaller deposit. STEP 1 - Register your interest STEP 2 - Sort out your finances STEP 3 - Arrange a viewing STEP 4 - Make an offer STEP 5 - Secure your sale using our buy and secure it now system STEP 6 - Exchange and completion Don't miss out on this realistically priced property; call us today for further information and to arrange a viewing. Please note this is a realistically priced property and is likely going to create a fair amount of buying interest to achieve a faster sale. If you're interested in buying this property, we'd urge you to contact us immediately to avoid losing out. We highly recommend early viewing as this property is priced relatively low and is likely to generate quite an interest. Please call us now to book an appointment. 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