Peebles EH45 8BAOffers over £240,000
A good sized, town centre, ground floor flat within a traditional, detached villa, with well-proportioned rooms, retaining some original architectural features
Flat - Peebles
The property forms the ground floor to a traditionally built detached “stone and slate” villa, which has been divided into two flats. The flat has been extended to the rear to provide additional accommodation and sun room. It retains many of the original external and internal architectural features, including original cornice work in the principal rooms. Windows are a mixture of double glazed pvc; single glazed sash and casement, with internal secondary glazing; and single glazed timber frame types.
There is a front garden, with central path leading to the front door and paving and gravel adjoining the front of the building, with two main garden areas stocked with flowers and shrubs and partially enclosed by stone walls to the front and west sides. To the west side is a paved driveway. The side garden, to the west, consists of a paved path with raised beds and a small timber shed and covered store. To the east and north are tarmac areas providing access and parking to the first floor flat, which do not form part of the property.
Lower Ellerslie is located close by and to the east of Peebles town centre within the Peebles Conservation Area. The property is situated less than a minute’s walk, on the level, from Peebles High Street where many of the town’s shops and services and bus stop are located.
Within a 5-minute walk are two supermarkets, however, there is a BP petrol station, with M&S Simply Food shop and Wild Bean Café, next door to the property to the east.
Peebles is a thriving market town, set on the River Tweed and surrounded by magnificent countryside. It lies approximately 25 miles south of Edinburgh, which makes it popular with commuters and families. Local buses travel on a regular basis into Edinburgh city
Centre and Galashiels to the east. It retains a full range of shops and services and an abundance of outdoor pursuit opportunities, including fishing, hillwalking, trail running and mountain biking, with the famous mountain biking location of Glentress Forest situated 2 miles to the east of the town. There are 3 primary schools within the town, in addition to a well-regarded secondary school.
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Ground floor – vestibule with original tiled floor; main hall; living room with front and side windows, mains gas flame effect fire, and original cornice and ceiling rose; double bedroom to the front; double bedroom 2, with basin to the rear; inner hall; kitchen with seating area and appliances including – gas hob, electric oven and grill, dish washer, washing machine and drier; shower room with electric shower; dining room; rear door hall; boiler room with modern boiler and hand basin; sun room.
Small timber garden shed.
The property is assessed for Council Tax as Band E.
Mains electricity, mains gas, mains water and drainage.
Carpets, blinds/curtains, light fittings and kitchen appliances.
A copy of the Home Report is available to interested parties from the selling agents.
By mutual agreement.
VIEWINGS AND FURTHER INFORMATION
For further information or to arrange an appointment to view please contact Walker Scott Ireland Ltd. Viewing is strictly by appointment. Interested parties are advised to note interest with Walker Scott Ireland Ltd in order to be kept informed of any closing date that is set. Please note, our client need not accept the highest offer, nor indeed any offer.
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To comply with current Anti-Money Laundering Regulations, any offer presented must be accompanied with Notarised/certified photographic evidence of the purchaser’s identity and separate evidence of the purchaser’s residential address, or the offering parties must attend our offices with the original documents, before any acceptance of the offer can be confirmed and the property put “Under Offer”.