Kelso is one of the most sought after towns in the Borders. Located on the banks of The Tweed at the meeting of the Tweed and Teviot the town is famous for salmon fishing and the famed The Junction and Floors beats attracts the rich and famous. The town also has a lot more to offer with the historic Kelso Square and iconic Town Hall, Cobbled streets and Kelso Abbey noted attractions. Kelso also has a vibrant community and excellent educational and recreational facilities both in the town and the surrounding countryside, including golf, fishing, swimming, curling, walking, horse riding and National Hunt Racing.
Entering off Chalkheugh Terrace to a tiled entrance vestibule leading through to a central hall with part-timber lined walls and two front rooms, one presently a sitting room with wood effect flooring and deep sill panelled window to front fitted with modern double glazing and river views with the other also with deep sill window to the front former fireplace. The kitchen lies to the rear of the property at the far end of the hall with side access and a passage off Chalkheugh Terrace with access to an external store and a side door to the kitchen. The kitchen is a modern fitted kitchen with contemporary units and a range gas cooker with integral dishwasher and fridge and plenty of space for dining. The bathroom, with bath and shower, lies downstairs off the hall.
At first floor level there are currently three bedrooms, the master bedroom to the front which could provide a fantastic upstairs sitting room to take best advantage of the location and views with panelled windows with views above the famous Junction Pool where Tweed and Teviot meet. The original marble fireplace has been retained and the room also benefits from original decorative cornicing. A further double bedroom lies across the landing again with a window to the front and a further boarded fireplace and at the back of the property there is a third large double room with recessed window to the side.
Neat gardens with walled frontage to Chalkheugh Terrace and side access to rear. The terraced gardens opposite include upper and lower terraces with steps leading down to the lower terrace, drying area and lawned frontage along the foot with a garden shed. The gardens extend the in front of Westbank and the adjoining property owned by the sellers, the local branch of the Royal British Legion with a further gate off the Terrace.
Mains Gas, Electric, Water & Drainage.
Price & Marketing Policy
Offers Over £275,000 should be submitted to the sole Selling Agents Messrs Hastings & Co, The Property Shop, 28 The Square, Kelso, TD5 7HH, 01573 225 999, Fax 01573 229888. 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. Viewers should be advised that even after an acceptable written offer has been received, in the event of any unreasonable delay by the purchaser in concluding missives, the Selling Agents reserve the right to resume viewings.