21 Eden Road, Ednam, Kelso, TD5 7QG
2 Bed Cottage - Terraced
Offers In The Region Of £135,000
About the property
Enjoying a lovely setting within this established and sought after village, Ednam is popular with families in part due to the local primary school but equally popular with those simply seeking a peaceful village setting which has the convenience of being within easy reach of Kelso and all its services and local amenities. The cottage itself is deceptively spacious having been extended to the rear in the past and is well appointed with clean, contemporary décor throughout. The open plan layout on the ground floor works well with a spacious lounge to the front with contemporary feature fireplace whilst to the rear is the dining area which provides plenty of space for family dining with the kitchen conveniently located next door. Externally the area to the front of the property has been usefully altered to provide private off street parking for two vehicles whilst there is further space to the rear of the property for a third. The gardens enjoy a lovely open aspect over the adjoining countryside and thanks to being fully enclosed they provide a safe haven for children or pets with three useful sheds.
The village of Ednam lies two miles north of Kelso on the B6461 and is situated by the River Eden. Facilities include a primary school, village hall and church. The nearby town of 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.
•Lovely Village Setting
•Close to Kelso
•Clean Contemporary Décor
•Ideal Family Home or Downsize
Ground Floor Accommodation
The lounge which is positioned to the front features a large triple window which ensures plenty of natural light whilst the modern wall mounted fireplace creates a lovely focal point to the room. The dining room benefits from a window to the rear towards the gardens and provides plenty of space for dining and family gatherings. Adjoining the lounge and dining room, the kitchen has been well planned and benefits from an excellent range of modern wall and base units with plenty of worktop space and tiled splash backs. Appliances include a built in fridge freezer and dishwasher together with an electric range cooker and gas hob. A window to the rear looks into the utility room/lobby and a serving hatch connects through to the dining room. The rear utility room/lobby is an excellent facility and allows access from the dining room to the gardens beyond. This useful space provides good additional storage and has space for additional kitchen appliances.
First Floor Accommodation
The master bedroom is a real surprise, particularly well-proportioned and with a lovely open outlook to the rear. The configuration of the room is such that one end, used as a dressing area, boasts extensive built in storage with one cupboard housing the central heating boiler. Bedroom two is a pleasant double room with an aspect over the village to the front and again benefits from built in storage whilst the shower room is freshly presented with tiled walls and a modern white suite comprising WC, pedestal sink and large shower cubicle. A deep sill window to the rear provides a pleasant display area and ensures good natural light.
Lounge 4.60m x 5.60m
Dining Room 2.85m x 3.70m
Kitchen 5.24m x 2.25m
Utility 2.28m x 2.28m
Bedroom One 2.53m x 5.64m
Bedroom Two 2.20m x 3.05m
Shower Room 1.25m x 2.57m
The gardens extend to the rear of the property and benefit from an open aspect over the adjoining countryside. The gardens have been cleverly landscaped to look impressive yet remaining fairly low maintenance. Fully enclosed the outside space is a safe family friendly environment with a number of sheds/outhouses providing useful external storage. One shed does have light and power and in the past has been utilised as a home office.
Mains services. Double glazing. Gas central heating.