3 Broomlands Court, Kelso, TD5 7SR

3 Bed Bungalow  

For Sale

Offers Around £260,000

  • 2 public
  • 3 bed
  • 2 bath

Contact us today to arrange a viewing.

01573 225999


About the property

3 Broomlands Court, Kelso is part of an established private and select residential development by well-known local builders, M & J Ballantyne Limited. The interior is well planned with nicely proportioned living accommodation located to one end of the bungalow incorporating a lounge and dining room both with patio doors giving direct access to the well-tended and established garden. The bedroom accommodation lies to the opposite end of the property and incorporates three bedrooms, master with en-suite shower room as well as a well-proportioned family bathroom. The driveway provides plenty of parking with space also for a caravan or such like if required whilst the private gardens extend around the bungalow on all sides.


Kelso, which lies at the meeting point of the Tweed and Teviot rivers, is one of the most attractive and unspoiled towns in the Borders. Notable features are the 12th Century Abbey, the Flemish style cobbled square, Floors Castle and the old bridge across the Tweed. The town has good educational and sporting facilities and many quality shops. The area has much to offer those interested in country pursuits with fishing on the Tweed and is an increasingly sought after location within the Borders.

Accommodation Summary

Entrance Hall, Living Room, Dining Room, Breakfasting Kitchen, Utility, Three Bedrooms (Master with En-Suite Shower Room), Family Bathroom, Ample Storage, Integral Garage with Everest remote controlled door, Established Gardens with Private Garden and Patio to Rear on Edge of Popular Residential Development.

Key Features

•Within easy reach of the town centre and local amenities.
•Established small cul de sac location
•Flexible well planned layout
•Benefitting from a light and airy aspect
•Beautiful well-tended gardens
•Ideal for the retiree or those downsizing
•Plenty of space for conservatory or further extension.


The property has clearly been well maintained and is presented in traditional style with an L-shaped layout to the accommodation taking advantage of the private outlooks over the gardens to the rear and side. The living room is a good sized room with dual aspect windows and patio doors leading out to the private back garden and a coal effect living flame gas fire set onto a raised polished stone plinth with oak mantle. Sliding doors lead through to the adjoining dining room, again with further patio doors leading out to the garden and providing good natural light and outlooks and a connecting door leads through to the breakfasting kitchen. This room is provided with a good range of oak fronted wall and base units with tiled splashbacks and windows to the front and space for a breakfasting table to the rear. The utility lies to the back with an integral door to the garage with electric remote controlled up and over door to the front and garden door to the rear.

The central hall leads round to the bedroom accommodation with ample provision for storage and includes an airing cupboard housing the Worcester combi boiler and cylinder. All three bedrooms are light and airy with both of the larger bedrooms benefitting from built in storage. The master room also benefits from an en-suite shower room. The bathroom has been given a contemporary look with the addition of shower panelling and electric shower over the bath.


The property and the garden grounds enjoy good sun throughout the day. A private driveway leads down to the garage with ample parking for up to three cars and established plantings with a mix of evergreen bushes providing good year-round cover on all sides. A gated access to the side of the garage leads to the garden which is mainly laid to lawn and is a well-planned and landscaped, again with a good variety of colour and cover with bushes and shrubs providing good shelter and privacy and feature trees on the boundaries. Attractive herbaceous borders and plantings abound throughout and the property has the benefit of a large paved patio area accessed off both the living room and dining room. A paved path leads round the far side of the house to a further area of garden housing the shed, storage and soft fruit plantings including raspberry canes and berries. A further gate leads to a path which leads round the front, again with good shelter from adjoining properties and mature planted shrubs and trees.


All mains with gas fire central heating and double glazing throughout.

Council tax

Band F

Energy Rating

Band D