Kinraddie, Main Street, Gordon, TD3 6JW
2 Bed Cottage - Terraced
Offers Around £160,000
About the property
Kinraddie is a charming and characterful cottage; positioned in the heart of this thriving village with a good community spirit and within easy commuting distance of Edinburgh either by road or the Borders railway. The cottage has been modernised and upgraded by the current vendors to provide tasteful, traditional accommodation with many pleasing period features and a flexible layout of the accommodation. To the rear, the sheltered garden enjoys good privacy with a partially walled surround. There is a workshop to the rear with vehicular access and this could easily be reinstated as a garage if preferred.
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 main hub of the home is most definitely the lounge/dining/kitchen; this well-proportioned room provides an ideal family space and is perfect for entertaining. Two large windows to the front ensure good natural light whilst the multi fuel stove to one wall ensures lots of traditional character. The rear window ensures a pleasant garden aspect and the kitchen area which is positioned to the rear is fitted with a good range of farmhouse style units. The rear porch which extends off allows access to the garden and is a practical space with plenty of room for additional storage and for housing washing machine, tumble drier etc. Usefully there is both a bathroom and a shower room; the shower room makes good use of the space and is fitted with a wash hand basin, WC and shower cubicle whilst the bathroom adds a touch of luxury with a roll top bath and pedestal sink. A cosy sitting room is also located on the ground floor, again featuring a stove and large front window.
Both bedrooms are pleasant double rooms; the main room enjoys windows to the front and the rear and also benefits from good storage. Bedroom two, also a double is a pleasant, restful room with window to the front and built in over stairs cupboard.
Lounge/Snug 3.91m x 2.93m (12’9” x 9’7”)
Porch 2.47m x 2.09m (8’1” x 6’10”)
Sitting Room/Dining Room/Kitchen
5.06m x 4.97m (16’7x16’3”)
Bedroom One 4.98m x 4.92m (16’3” x 16’1”)
Bedroom Two 5.13m x 3.97m (16’9” x 13’0”)
The rear gardens enjoy excellent privacy and have a lovely walled surround. Having been well tended and thoughtfully landscaped to provide plenty of colour and interest. There is a garden pond, well placed seating area, well stocked beds and borders as well as a selection of fruit trees and bushes. The timber summer house has been well positioned to make the most of the sun well into the evening.
Positioned to the rear of the garden, this former garage has been altered to provide a useful workshop. There is vehicular access via Murrayfield at the rear and the workshop could easily be reinstated as a garage if preferred.
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Double glazing. Solid fuel heating. Solar panels have been installed on the south facing elevation, these offer a good annual return and the vendors are happy to provide further information at the time of viewing.
VIEWING AND HOME REPORT
To arrange a viewing or request a copy of the Home Report contact the selling agents, Hastings Property on 01573-225999-lines open until 10pm 7 days a week.
PRICE and MARKETING POLICY
Offers are invited and should be submitted to the Selling Agents, Hastings Property Shop, 28 The Square, Kelso, TD5 7HH, 01573 225999, Fax 01573 229888. The seller reserves the right to sell at any time and interested parties will be expected to provide the Selling Agents with advice on the source of funds with suitable confirmation of their ability to finance the purchase.