4 Mill Wynd, Greenlaw, TD10 6UA
2 Bed House - Semi-Detached
Offers Around £130,000
About the property
Greenlaw, formerly the County Town of Berwickshire, is a mid sized Border town with distinctive red sandstone buildings. Facilities include village stores, bowling club, butcher, doctor's surgery and primary school. Secondary schooling is available 10 minutes away at Duns with a new £20m high school and the market town of Kelso is some nine miles to the south. Easily commutable lying 40 miles from Edinburgh and 20 miles from the main east coast rail connection at Berwick-upon-Tweed
Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Dining Kitchen, Utility Room, WC, Two Double Bedrooms (Master with En-Suite and Dressing Room) and Family Bathroom
A side gate off Mill Wynd leads through to the enclosed garden, walled on two sides with a hedge boundary at the far end and a paved path and patio to the front.
A traditional part glazed front entrance door opens into the hallway with a curved staircase extending to the upper floor. Access from the hall leads into the sitting room which features a large deep sill widow overlooking the private garden. A focal point of this room is provided by the contemporary coal effect fire to one wall with timber surround and marble effect hearth. The large family dining kitchen extends to the far side of the entrance hall and is flooded with natural light thanks to the triple south facing window which also ensures a garden aspect. The kitchen itself is fitted with a good range of cream shaker style wall and base units with wood effect worktops and tiled splash backs. A traditional feature of this room is the cast iron multi fuel stove which is recessed into a stone fireplace with slate hearth. The utility room provides a very useful facility and benefits from access off the kitchen as well as its own separate access from the garden. Fitted with a base unit which houses a sink and providing room to house appliances. Access leads into the adjoining cloakroom beyond; this provides a convenient ground floor facility and is fitted with a WC.
A timber painted staircase leads to the first floor landing. The master bedroom is a particularly pleasant room, again featuring a deep sill sash and case window complete with window seat overlooking the garden. The traditional styling is continued with the exposed painted floor bards whilst built in cupboards provide good storage, one of which also houses the hot water tank. Perhaps surprisingly the master bedroom benefits from an adjoining dressing room which also features a front facing window and in turn leads to the en-suite shower room. Freshly presented with fully tiled walls the shower room is fitted with a white WC, pedestal sink and shower cubicle.
Bedroom two is also a nicely proportioned double room, again enjoying a garden aspect with window seat and featuring exposed floor boards. The main family bathroom has been recently refitted with a contemporary three piece white suite and tiled flooring.
A lovely sunny south facing garden with walled surround on two sides with hedging to the far end. The garden enjoys excellent natural sun light and absolute privacy. Mainly laid to lawn with a pleasant paved patio.
Sitting Room 4.69m x 3.83m (15’5” x 12’7”)
Dining Kitchen 4.69m x 3.78m (15’5” x 12’5”)
Bedroom One 3.66m x 3.85m (12’0” x 12’8”)
Bedroom Two 4.65m x 3.01m (15’3” x 9’11”)
Bathroom 2.00m x 2.52m (6’7” x 8’3”)
Mains electricity, water and drainage. The property has the benefit of a multi-fuel stove with a back boiler with central heating radiators on both floors and also heating the water.