Positioned just off the high street, 53 Chapel Street is a main door, ground floor apartment comprising well presented and bright accommodation, and ideal for the town's amenities, shops and transport link. The property is perfect for a first-time renter being well equipped with furnishings and appliances. A partly glazed main door opens...
Positioned just off the high street, 53 Chapel Street is a main door, ground floor apartment comprising well presented and bright accommodation, and ideal for the town's amenities, shops and transport link. The property is perfect for a first-time renter being well equipped with furnishings and appliances. A partly glazed main door opens to the hallway, with further doors to the living room, bedroom and bathroom at the far end. The open plan living accommodation is bright and freshly decorated, with large window overlook the Victoria Hall fountain and gardens. The kitchen is fitted with timber units, integral oven and hob, single sink and drainer and includes a freestanding fridge freezer and washing machine. Fitted with wood effect flooring and neutral wall covering, the living area has plenty space for the dining table and chairs, two-seater sofa and coffee table. An external glazed door opens to a neat garden area. The bathroom opens from the hall and is fully fitted with panelled bath, W/C, wash hand basin and shower over bath. Next door, a well appointed double bedroom with walk-in storage cupboard, is fitted with continuous wood effect flooring and includes wardrobe, chest of drawers, bedside cabinet and bed if required.
Positioned centrally, this popular spot is just a short stroll to amenities and transport links. Selkirk is popular for walks and outdoor pursuits; with the rolling hills and scenic views of the Valleys, there are fantastic routes for those on foot, bike or horseback with easy access to the impressive Bowhill Estate and the Three Brethren. Rugby, golf, biking and horse riding enthusiasts are well catered for within the area, and Selkirk has a long and colourful history which is commemorated each year at the Common Riding. The town boasts a traditional high street with a good selection of small, independent shops, including two small supermarkets providing for everyday requirements, with larger superstores and high street chains available in nearby Galashiels some 6 miles away. There are a number of well supported coffee shops, restaurants and hotels in the area, a well regarded secondary school and three excellent primary schools with nursery facilities. Being centrally located in the Scottish Borders, there is good access north to Edinburgh and south to Carlisle via the A7 and the town is within easy reach of the Borders railway, with local stations at Galashiels and Tweedbank, and with swift road and bus connections to all central Borders towns.
Main door entrance, hallway, open plan living room and kitchen with rear external door, bathroom, double bedroom with walk-in wardrobe.
Mains electric, gas, water and drainage. Double glazed.
Rent £300 per month. One month’s deposit and references are required. Available part furnished for a minimum of 6 months, but longer would be preferred. No smoking allowed on the premises and pets may be allowed by prior arrangement with the landlord.
By prior arrangement with Borders Country Lets on 01573 229887. Lines are open until 10pm, 7 days a week.
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