Flanked by a beautiful climbing rose and herbaceous planting, the front entrance is attractive, inviting you into a bright hallway that doglegs from the front to the back. The carpeted staircase rises up to the two upper floors above while the back door opens to the modest yet sumptuous courtyard. The newly fitted laminate flooring extends from the hallway into the kitchen and dining area. The kitchen has a luxurious feel, wrapping around the space with dark blue doors, tiled splashbacks, white countertops, sleek electric hob and white ceramic sink with chrome mixer tap. A spacious dining area sits to the front of the room, with window seat together with the space to include sofa seating to relax and unwind, while the modern combi boiler is tucked away in the press cupboard. The stairwell is bright and flowing, with storage cupboards on the ground and top floors, together with windows on the half landings which floods the space with natural light. The first-floor master bedroom has two windows, with storage below, that look out to the church square and has a traditional feel with picture rail, cornicing and press cupboard. Also on this floor is the contemporary bathroom with a white stylish suite, rainfall shower head over the ‘L’ shaped bath, pastel blue vanity sink unit with floating blue storage cupboard beside, tall heated towel rail and textured tiled surrounds. The top floor hosts the lounge, with a similar layout as the master bedroom below, with the windows giving a temping, elevated glimpse of the Rennie Bridge and River Tweed. The fitted fireplace has an electric stove, black granite hearth, tiled back and oak wood surround, while the under-window cupboards and traditional press provide useful storage. The second double bedroom has a window looking out to the rear courtyard light well, whilst a good sized airing cupboard in the hallway provides additional storage options. The loft space is accessed via an extending ladder on the second floor landing and is mostly floored.
Kelso, which lies at the meeting point of the Tweed and Teviot rivers, is one of the most attractive and unspoiled towns in the Borders. Notable features are the 12th Century Abbey, the Flemish style cobbled square, Floors Castle and the old bridge across the Tweed. The town has good educational and sporting facilities and many quality shops. The area has much to offer those interested in country pursuits with fishing on the Tweed and is an increasingly sought after location within the Borders.
Hallway, Kitchen with Dining Area, Master Bedroom, Bathroom, Second Bedroom and Lounge.
A pretty cobbled area lies to the front of the property which provides a lovely space to enjoy the attractive surroundings. The rear courtyard is a tranquil space to sit and relax, with powder blue painted timber shed and a matching planter placed on new timber decking.
• Beautiful 2 Bedroom Townhouse
• Modern Contemporary Kitchen & Bathroom
• Upgraded & Redecorated Throughout
• Highly Desirable Location in Conservation Area
• Holiday Let or Long-Term Rental Opportunity
Hallway: 4.12m x 1.86m
Kitchen: 2.30m x 1.93m
Dining Area: 3.69m x 3.61m
Bedroom One: 4.95m x 3.56m
Bathroom: 2.67m x 1.89m
Lounge: 4.96m x 3.65m
Bedroom Two: 3.06m x 1.92m
The property has Mains Water, Electricity, Gas & Drainage. Gas central heating.
All integrated and free-standing kitchen appliances, floor coverings, light fitments, curtains and window blinds will be included in the sale. Any other furnishings together with the potted plants and outside furniture may be available by separate negotiation.