Brisbane Cottage, Main Street, Gordon, TD3 6JN
3 Bed House - Semi-Detached
Offers Around £160,000
About the property
Gordon village has a general store, church and pub together with an excellent small primary school with nursery which falls within the catchment area of the renowned recently completed Earlston High School. The nearby towns of Earlston and Kelso offer a good range of shops and services with Edinburgh a very commutable 45 minutes drive away.
Ground Floor Accommodation
The traditional entrance door with glazed upper panels opens into a warm and welcoming hallway with a useful cloaks cupboard off. Located to the front of the property is the third bedroom which is ideal for those that require a bedroom on the ground floor; equally this room would easily lend itself to use as a home office if preferred. The living room which is tastefully presented in neutral pastel colours creates a good impression of space with a contemporary feature wall, electric flame effect fire and shelved recess. A step from the rear of the living room leads into the open plan dining kitchen which features a handmade Mexican terra cotta tiled floor and an excellent range of shaker style beech effect units complete with Belfast style sink, ample worktops and tiled splash backs. This open plan living/kitchen area has been thoughtfully planned and really creates an excellent hub with ample space within the kitchen area for a family dining table. The side windows in addition to the French doors leading out to the rear garden ensure excellent light levels as well as fabulous outlooks to the south.
The space on the upper floor is equally surprising with the master bedroom featuring an interesting beamed ceiling which offers something of a surprise element creating the impression of a bay window with a range of windows overlooking the garden to the countryside and the distant Cheviot Hills. The main bedroom has stripped and varnished floorboards and an unusual internal window. The second bedroom is equally spacious with two sash and case windows overlooking the village and an over stairs cupboard not to mention an original decorative fire place.
The contemporary shower room is fitted with an extra sized shower and non-slip flooring, white painted walls and heritage style fittings.
A pull down ramsay ladder gives way to a large fully floored attic with light. This provides an ideal storage with extensive fitted shelving.
The gardens are a real delight, enjoying a fantastic southerly aspect with open outlooks towards The Cheviots. A sunken paved patio is accessed off the French doors from the kitchen and provided the ideal spot for summer dining. A neat lawned area extends beyond with colourful planted borders and high fenced surround. Gated access allows access from the side of the property. A space to the front of the property allows for private off street parking.
Air source heating system. Mains water, drainage and electricity. Double glazing.