6 Teindhillgreen, Duns, TD11 3DX
4 Bed House - Detached
Offers Over £255,000
About the property
6 Teindhillgreen is a superb example of a stone built, category C listed Victorian villa. Dating from the 1850s, this immaculately presented property offers space and generous proportions alongside a wealth of original features. Located on one of the most sought after streets in Duns, the central location is perfect for those looking to be within walking distance of all local amenities including the local primary and secondary schools. Set back in its own walled gardens, complete with garage, this property offers the ideal family home. The tastefully presented accommodation has undergone comprehensive upgrading in recent years to provide an interior that offers a seamless blend of traditional character with modern styling.
Duns has good educational and recreational facilities including primary and secondary schools, a swimming pool, tennis courts, 18 hole golf course, library, various speciality shops and walks and nature reserve within the grounds of Duns Castle and is home to the classical Edwardian Mansion at Manderston. Edinburgh is 45 miles away with the main East Coast rail line at Berwick upon Tweed some 15 miles distant.
Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Bathroom, 4 Bedrooms (one located on the ground floor) and Cloakroom. Enclosed Garden. Garage.
A gravelled path extends through the mature rose garden and well presented lawn. A wrought iron gate to the side allows access to the rear gardens. Steps extend to the front entrance door.
Ground Floor Accommodation
The original timber entrance door with a glazed transom over opens into a particularly welcoming reception hall which is presented in light and airy tones. A built in understair cupboard provides useful storage. The sitting room which is situated to the front is a beautiful traditional room, tastefully presented and benefitting from the southerly aspect ensuring plenty of natural light thanks to a 12 pane sash and case window. The open fireplace creates a striking focal point with scope to house a large log burning stove if desired. A shelved press to the side provides good storage. On the opposite side of the hall, the dining room is equally spacious and provides the ideal environment for entertaining, with room for a large dining table. Again thanks to the south facing sash window this room also enjoys plenty of natural light, which complements the original plaster cornicing. The kitchen is presented in a modern farmhouse style with an excellent range of Shaker style base units with solid oak wood worktops and incorporates a Belfast style sink. This room provides ample space for everyday dining or a breakfast bar if desired. Appliances include a freestanding Rangemaster dual fuel double oven cooker (with 5 burner hob), integrated dishwasher and fridge with freezer compartment. There is a large window and door providing direct access to the garden. Towards the rear of the hall is an additional back door which provides alternate access to the rear garden and hatch access to a small loft. The family bathroom which is freshly presented having been refitted with a white suite comprising WC, pedestal sink and a large double shower cubicle with wet wall panelling, large deep sill modesty window to the side and built-in shelved storage. The fourth bedroom/home office enjoys a sunny aspect over the garden. This is a versatile room, perfect for use as a fourth double bedroom particularly if a ground floor room is required. Alternatively for those that require a home office, this room provides a peaceful work environment. Clever use of built in storage with sliding doors completely conceals the space and plumbing for a laundry area, pantry and additional appliances.
The carpeted staircase leads to a bright landing on the first floor again with a large sash and case window, hatch to the attic and built-in storage cupboard. The main bedroom is a particularly large double room again featuring a sash and case window which ensures a picturesque view to the south. This room has real charm with original exposed wooden floorboards and working window shutters which have been retained throughout the property. A built-in shelved cupboard provides good additional storage. The second bedroom is also a generous double room again with a bright and airy southerly aspect and partial views of the Cheviots. The original floorboards also feature in this room with the benefit of below window storage. The third double bedroom is peacefully situated towards the rear of the property with outlooks over the garden. There is a newly refitted upstairs cloakroom with a white WC and Shaker style wash hand basin. There is also a good sized shelved storage cupboard.
Sitting Room 4.12m x 4.58m (13’5” x 15’0”)
Dining Room: 3.60m x 3.98m (11’8” x 13’0”)
Kitchen: 3.75m x 3.54m (12’3” x 11’6”)
Bathroom: 1.94m x 3.09m (6’3” x 10’1”)
Home Office: 3.70m x 3.00m (12’1” x 9’8”)
Bedroom One: 4.16m x 4.60m (13’6” x 15’0”)
Bedroom Two: 4.12m x 3.62m (13’5” x 11’8”)
Bedroom Three 3.46m x 2.81m (11’3” x 9’2”)
An attractive enclosed garden extends to the rear and side of the property, which is partially walled and surprisingly secluded. The mature gardens are largely laid to lawn with flower beds and borders designed to bloom throughout the seasons. There are several fruit trees and ample space for vegetable plots. Three patio areas are located around the garden, perfect for summer dining. The garden also benefits from a shed and outside tap.
A garage lies to the front of the property providing valuable off-street parking or additional storage if preferred.
All mains services. Gas central heating.