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A very rare opportunity to acquire one of the old railway cottages, oozing character and set in a central desirable location. Constructed circa 1890 it’s location is only a couple of minutes from the Tweed, and a few more minutes from the town centre. Internally the property offers flexible accommodation, and outside there is a low maintenance back garden and wonderfully mature front garden. The back garden has scope for extension ( stc ).
On arrival through the back garden it leads to a glazed porch, which in turn leads into the living room. This side of the property is south facing so captures the light fantastically. The lounge has an electric fire with marble surround. Leading from the lounge is the dining area with storage cupboard and shelves, which in turn leads through to the second bedroom. From here there are views to the front garden.
From the lounge also leads to the kitchen which is well equipped with washing machine and cooker being left. There is ample worktop space and a southerly view of the back garden. The kitchen leads through to a hallway, with large cupboard, and then through to the shower room. There is a 3 piece suite and large airing cupboard. The hall continues to the master bedroom, which is a great size, has views to the front garden, and has a cupboard which houses the very new combi boiler.
The property is double glazed, has GCH, with all carpets, flooring, and blinds being left.
Outside there are 2 gardens, the back being paved, terraced and has a gate leading to Caledonian road. The front garden is accessed from a porch at the end of the hallway, but also from a private road and gate at the bottom of the garden. The front garden has raised beds, a shed, a greenhouse, paving allowing seating areas, and has mature borders and shrubs. There is a beech hedge to one side and leylandii to the rear. There are views to the surrounding hills, and it offers total peace and serenity.
The Royal Burgh of Peebles is a thriving market town straddling the River Tweed and renowned for its picturesque and unspoilt character. The town boasts excellent nursery, primary and secondary schooling, together with quality high street shopping, supermarkets, and numerous leisure and recreational facilities including sports centre, swimming pool, art galleries and a superb arts centre. Pursuits such as golf, fishing, horse riding, walking and mountain biking are popular in the area - the famous biking centres at Glentress and Innerleithen are nearby and cater for all grades of riders. Located approximately 23 miles south of Edinburgh City Centre, with the City Bypass even closer, its links to Edinburgh International Airport and the Scottish Motorway Network make this area an excellent commuter choice.
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