33 Castle Street, Duns, Berwickshire, TD11 3DG

4 Bed House - Townhouse with 1 Reception Room

Sale history

£170,000 in October 2023

The property

This charming C Listed townhouse offers smart and very well maintained accommodation spanning three floors. Within a short walk of the town centre amenities and with access from the top of Castle Street into the Duns Castle Nature Reserve which offers some lovely woodland walks and cycle routes, the property is perfectly placed to enjoy all that Duns has to offer. As you would expect from a period property of this nature, the interior offers good proportions with some lovely traditional features; the main living spaces are located on the ground floor whilst the first and second floors host four bedrooms and a bathroom. Both bedrooms on the second floor boast dormer windows to the front which command lovely rooftop views over Duns to the surrounding farmland. This property is likely to suit a variety of buyers from those seeking an easy to maintain town centre residence, to those in search of a weekend bolthole or commercial holiday let investment.

  • Location

    Duns has good educational and recreational facilities including primary and secondary schools, swimming pool, tennis courts, 18 hole golf course, library, various speciality shops and walks and nature reserve within the grounds of Duns Castle and is home to the classical Edwardian Mansion at Manderston. Edinburgh is 45 miles away with the main East Coast rail line at Berwick upon Tweed some 15 miles distant.

  • Highlights

    • Close proximity to the town centre • Easy access into Duns Castle Nature Reserve • Period Accommodation Over Three Floors • Roof Top Views From Second Floor Bedrooms

  • Accommodation Summary

    Entrance Hall, Lounge, Dining Kitchen, Four Bedrooms and Bathroom

  • Accommodation

    The living areas lie on the ground floor and are positioned either side of a traditional entrance hall. The lounge is a bright room with two large windows onto Castle Street and features a traditional fireplace to one wall and useful built in storage. The dining kitchen is a social space, with ample room for entertaining or family dining. Fitted with a modern range of units complete with traditional style range cooker which is set into a traditional tiled recessed. The turned staircase with useful store cupboard at the halfway point, leads to the first floor which hosts two generous double bedrooms. Both rooms are airy double rooms of pleasant proportions, each with a traditional fireplace and the main room also boasting a pleasant double aspect. The bathroom at this level is well appointed and fitted with a white three piece suite. Both attic bedrooms boast lovely rooftop views from the front facing dormer windows, one a pleasant double and the other a single or home office if preferred.

  • Services

    Mains services. Partial double glazing. Gas central heating

  • Viewing & Home Report

    A virtual tour is available on Hastings Legal web and YouTube channel - please view this before booking a viewing in person. The Home Report can be downloaded from our website www.hastingslegal.co.uk or requested by email enq@hastingslegal.co.uk Alternatively or to register your interest or request further information, call 01573 225999 - lines open 7 days a week including evenings, weekends and public holidays.

  • Price & Marketing Policy

    Offers over £165000 are invited and should be submitted to the Selling Agents, Hastings Property Shop, 28 The Square, Kelso, TD5 7HH, 01573 225999, Fax 01573 229888 Email - Enq@hastingslegal.co.uk. The seller reserves the right to sell at any time and interested parties will be expected to provide the Selling Agents with advice on the source of funds with suitable confirmation of their ability to finance the purchase.

Council Tax Band B
Energy rating E

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