£20,000 Below Home Report Value
Gordon House is a spacious townhouse property dating from around 1850; extended and improved in recent years with accommodation over two floors. Enjoying a pleasant village location, the property has recently been completely renovated and upgraded throughout to a very high standard and is in move in...
£20,000 Below Home Report Value
Gordon House is a spacious townhouse property dating from around 1850; extended and improved in recent years with accommodation over two floors. Enjoying a pleasant village location, the property has recently been completely renovated and upgraded throughout to a very high standard and is in move in condition ideal for downsizing or first time buyers as a main home or for those looking for an easy to keep holiday home in the Central Borders within an hour of Edinburgh.
The village of Gordon has a general store a recently opened café and a village pub, together with an excellent small primary school with nursery facilities, which falls within the catchment area of the well regarded Earlston High School. The nearby community woodland is a local attraction with walking trails and wetland to enjoy some bird watching. There is also a local football club, a bowling club and a thriving village community with various events throughout the year. The nearby towns of Earlston and Kelso, some 5 miles distant, offer a good range of shops and services with Edinburgh easily commutable.
An entrance door to the side of the property opens into a fabulous family dining kitchen; this is a sizeable room with ample space for table and chairs as well as sofas for sitting area. Having been recently refitted the kitchen includes a new range cooker and offers an excellent range of contemporary wall and base units with block wood worktops and matching splash backs. Double windows to the side of the property ensure good natural light whilst a door to the rear of the room opens to the staircase leading to the main accommodation.
There is a small courtyard and bin storage area off the lower hall area and a shared access lawned garden area at the far end.
The staircase leads to a wide landing with hall leading off and rear facing windows providing good natural light and sense of space. The living room is a well proportioned room, tastefully presented in traditional style with front facing windows. A focal point is provided by an attractive multi fuel stove with timber mantle and surround and there is an alcove to a further sitting area to front. The main bedroom is a spacious double room and also benefits from a large front window and easily accommodates free standing wardrobes etc. Bedrooms two and three are also good sized double rooms and are located off the upper hall and lie next to the bathroom which has partially tiled walls and is fitted with a white three piece suite with shower over the bath.
Dining Kitchen 4.61m x 6.20m (15’1” x 20’4”)
Lounge 5.64m x 5.00m (18’6” x 16’5”)
Bedroom One 3.50m x 3.86m (11’6” x 12’8”)
Bedroom Two 3.32m x 4.24m (10’11” x 13’11”)
Bedroom Three 3.92m x 3.20m (12’10” x 10’6”)
Mains water, electricity and drainage. LPG gas serves the cooker. Double glazing. Electric Boiler system serves the heating and hot water.
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