10 Station Gardens, Cornhill-On-Tweed, TD12 4TS
2 Bed Bungalow
Offers Around £130,000
About the property
Enjoying a lovely established cul-de-sac position, 10 Station Gardens presents a perfect opportunity for those looking to purchase an easy to maintain bungalow in an ideal village location. The property has been well-maintained and offers nicely proportioned accommodation with the benefit of an integral garage and a lovely low maintenance, fully enclosed rear garden which enjoys sun throughout the day.
Cornhill-on-Tweed, as the name suggest sits on the bank of the River Tweed, just a mile from the Scottish/English Border. The village itself is well appointed with a thriving local community and amenities including a popular village store and coffee shop, highly regarded hotel and restaurant as well as a church and village hall. Local primary schooling is available within nearby Ford village or Norham with middle and secondary schools located in Berwick-upon-Tweed.
The entrance door opens into a welcoming hall with useful built-in storage and access to all further accommodation. Situated to the front of the property and with two large double windows overlooking the cul-de-sac beyond, the lounge is a well-proportioned room with a tiled fireplace to one wall and a useful shelved recess to the side with internal lighting. Enjoying an aspect to the rear over the garden, the kitchen provides ample space for a dining table and chairs if desired and is fitted with an excellent range of wooden wall and base units with ample worktop space. A connecting door from the kitchen allow access into the adjoining garage. The main bedroom is peacefully located to the rear of the property again enjoying an aspect over the garden and providing ample space for a range of freestanding furniture, whilst the second bedroom enjoys a cul-de-sac aspect to the front. The shower room is centrally located within the property and features partially tiled walls and a white suite comprising WC, pedestal sink and corner shower cubicle with tiled surround.
The property benefits from a good sized loft space, partially floored and with internal light.
An integral garage lies to the side of the property with an up and over door to the front, rear door allowing access to the garden and a connecting door into the adjoining kitchen. The garage is larger than average with ample space for additional kitchen appliances or a workshop area if required. The drive to the front of the garage provides private off street parking.
There is a neat area of gravelled garden to the front as well as a fully enclosed garden to the rear which has been designed for ease of maintenance. The garden is mainly laid with decorative chips with a paved patio area providing the ideal spot for summer dining. Timber shed to one corner.
Lounge: 4.79m x 3.85m (15’7” x 12’6”)
Kitchen: 4.07m x 2.85m (13’3” x 9’3”)
Bedroom One: 3.92m x 2.90m (12’8” x 9’5”)
Bedroom Two: 2.90m x 3.41m (9’5” x 11’1”)
Shower Room: 2.14m x 1.81m (7’2” x 5’9”)
Garage: 6.70m x 2.99m (21’9” x 9’8”)
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Double glazing. Solid fuel central heating via a back boiler from the fire in the lounge.
All carpets and floor coverings together with the timber shed and gazebos will be included in the sale