Apartment 4, 19 The Square forms part of an attractive town centre building which is positioned directly on the cobbled square with outlooks to the town hall. This property is bound to appeal to those looking for an attractive, centrally positioned holiday let with excellent rental potential, in part thanks to a strong local industry...
Apartment 4, 19 The Square forms part of an attractive town centre building which is positioned directly on the cobbled square with outlooks to the town hall. This property is bound to appeal to those looking for an attractive, centrally positioned holiday let with excellent rental potential, in part thanks to a strong local industry from Salmon and Trout fishing on the Tweed. The building itself has recently been fairly extensively upgraded and as such this would also make for a well considered main home for those looking for a convenient central location. Internally the apartment offers large, traditional accommodation with plenty of pleasing features such as high ceilings and sash and case windows complete with working shutters. The layout is flexible with some of the rooms being suitable for different uses depending on preference and requirements and as such the main bedroom is currently utilised as a large dining room.
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.
Communal entrance door opens into a traditional entrance hall with solid stone flagged floor and curved staircase with windows to the rear extending to the second floor.
The traditional entrance door opens into a particularly spacious and interesting entrance hall with central pillars and good built-in storage. A step to the rear of the entrance hall leads down to the rear hall which is a very versatile space and would be ideally suited either as a spacious dining hall or computer area if desired. With uninterrupted views over the town centre towards the Town Hall, the lounge, situated to the front is an impressive room with double sash and case windows complete with working shutters and window seat. A decorative focal point is provided by the traditional fireplace to one wall and the room provides ample space to house a dining table and chairs also if required. The kitchen, located off the rear hall is fitted with a good range of wall and base units with ample worktop space and tiled splash backs. A large side window ensures plenty of natural light and appliances include an integral electric hob and oven with further space for slot in washing machine, fridge and dishwasher. The main bedroom which is currently utilised as a dining room is a versatile space quietly situated to the rear of the flat. This well proportioned room benefits from a large side facing window with a lovely ornate tiled fireplace to one wall providing a focal point. The two further bedrooms are also nicely proportioned double rooms again with side facing windows whilst the bathroom is freshly presented with a white suite including a cast iron roll top bath with shower over.
Lounge 4.85m x 4.30m (15’9” x 14’1”)
Kitchen 2.95m x 2.35m (9’6” x 7’7”)
Bedroom / Dining Room 4.50m x 2.95m (14’7” x 9’6”)
Bedroom 3.70m x 3.05m (12’1” x 10’0”)
Bedroom 3.70m x 2.25 (12’1” x 7’3”)
Bathroom 3.20m x 1.85 (10’4” x 6’0”)
Mains gas, water, drainage and electric. Gas central heating. .
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