Well House, Leitholm, TD12 4JL

2 Bed House - Detached  

Let Agreed

Per Month £625 pcm

  • 2 public
  • 2 bed
  • 1 bath
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About the property

Well House is a beautifully presented house with cottage charm situated within the popular Berwickshire Village of Leitholm. Beautifully decorated throughout this detached sandstone property provides a comfortable family home with private garden to the rear.

LOCATION

Leitholm is a thriving community with a church, hall and play park, in addition to a traditional and popular village pub which acts an active hub to the community. Nearby towns are Kelso, Coldstream and Duns. Primary schooling is at Swinton with secondary schooling at Berwickshire High in Duns with school transport available from the village. Leitholm is within easy reach of Edinburgh by the A697 while the main East Coast rail station at Berwick and the Berwickshire coastline is just 15 miles distant.

ACCOMMODATION SUMMARY

Entrance Porch, Dining Kitchen, Lounge, Second Sitting Room/ 3rd Bedroom, Two Double Bedrooms, Large Bathroom, Gas Central Heating, Patio and Secluded Garden to Rear.

ACCOMMODATION

Well House is entered though an entrance porch providing useful space for boot changing and coat hanging. A part glazed inner door leads to the kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with a fully functional “Rayburn” with boiler and cooker controls in cream and matching farmhouse style wall and base units. Ample worktops with tiled splash backs. Integral fridge and separate freezer. White goods include dishwasher, washing machine and tumble drier. Solid pine table and chairs. Feature recessed windows with exposed beams overlooking the garden. A carpeted timber staircase leads to the upper floor with latch doors off to adjoining rooms. The Lounge is a comfortable room enjoying good morning light and with feature inglenook fireplace with cast iron fire and chimney set within. A further sitting room again with an attractive inglenook fireplace with stone slab hearth. Deep sill sash and case windows to the front and rear providing good natural light with further deep recessed decorative window with feature exposed beams to side. This adaptable room could be used as a dining room or downstairs bedroom

The upper landing features deep recessed windows providing good natural light. Latch timber doors to accommodation.

The large, bright family bathroom benefits from useful fitted drawer storage and large sash and case modesty window to front with useful shelving below. Heritage suite in white including bath with central taps, washhand basin and WC. Shower cabinet with panelled walls. Cupboard housing the hot water cylinder with towel storage over. The bedrooms are both good sized double bedrooms with windows to front and rear and additional deep recessed windows to side. Stylish timber panelling and latch doors to wardrobes on either side.

EXTERNAL

Lovely private cottage garden lies to the rear with separate access to side. The kitchen leads directly to a paved patio with table and chairs. Stone walls and feature old well, from which the house takes its name. The gardens include kept planted borders with a path leading down to the foot of the garden between lawns and apple trees providing a haven for bird life. Garden hut and store.

COUNCIL TAX

Band D

ENERGY PERFORMANCE RATING

F

LANDLORD REGISTRATION NUMBER

192180/355/22030

SERVICES

Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Rent £625 per calendar month, plus council tax & utilities. One month’s deposit is required and references are obtained for the successful applicant through Homelet Referencing. Offered on a Private Residential Tenancy, though a long term let preferred. No smoking is permitted on the premises.

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