Kelso, situated at the confluence of the Rivers Tweed and Teviot and having as its focal point a Flemish style Town Square, has a population of approximately 6,200 and is considered by many to be the most attractive town in the Borders. There are excellent shopping, educational and recreational facilities, the latter including National Hunt Racing, Curling, Golf (including the magnificent Roxburghe championship course), Swimming, Rugby, Tennis, Cricket, Bowls and Fishing. Kelso is within easy reach of all other parts of the Borders and lies approximately 43 miles south of Edinburgh, 25 miles west of Berwick-Upon-Tweed, with its main line Railway Station and 70 miles north of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne.
Springwood Rise is out of Kelso over the Old Bridge - up to the Jet garage and follow same road round the sharp bend to the right (Jedburgh old road). Take the turning on the right into Springwood Bank, and then turn left at the bottom of this road. Number 71 is clearly numbered, set towards the top end of the new development on the left hand side.
HALLWAY 12β2" x 4β6" (3.71m x 1.37m)
Entered by a substantial wooden door, this welcoming entrance area is fitted with a radiator and features carved pine spindles on the staircase, has pine frames on the twelve paned doors to both the lounge and kitchen, with the remainder of the finishes painted whiteCLOAKROOM/WC 3β10" x 5β7" (1.18m x 1.70m
3β10" x 5β7" (1.18m x 1.70m
A white wood grain door leads into this comfortably sized and very useful downstairs facility, fitted with a white suite of; small pedestal wash hand basin, with chrome cross bar taps, and WC with wooden seat and china and chrome fittings. A small frosted glass front set window gives natural light and there is a radiator.LOUNGE/DINING RM
17β2" x 13β2" (5.22m x 4.02m)
This spacious public room is large enough to create a dining section to one side and has a large under stairs cupboard giving very useful storage space. Patio doors looking onto the garden, as well as a small window in the dining area give natural light. Also has; two radiators, two phone points and two television sockets. KITCHEN
12β7" x 9β1" (3.84m x 2.78m)
A nicely sized kitchen, roomy enough to include a small breakfast table if required and fitted with an extremely attractive range of contemporary units, pear wood in style with co-ordinating worktops and ample tiling to splash back areas. There is also a radiator, an electric cooker, concealed extractor hood and integrated fridge, along with a one and a half basin stainless steel sink and drainer set below a large front facing window.
The flight of stairs leads to an upper landing, which has a narrow cupboard and a hatch giving access to the loft.
9β5" x 10β1" (2.88m x 3.08m)
This ample double room enjoys a pleasant outlook to the front, with the radiator set beneath the window. Mirrored door wardrobes provide ample storage and there is a phone point and TV socket. EN-SUITE
5β7" x 5β11" (1.70m x 1.81m)
A window to the front gives natural light into this well appointed shower room, which has a quality white suite of wash hand basin, WC and shower cubicle with mains supply Mira shower. There is also a radiator, extractor fan and shaver point.BEDROOM 2
8β8" x 9β7" (2.65m x 2.91m)
An ample small double/large single, fitted with a phone point and having a radiator set below the rear-facing window, which overlooks the garden. BEDROOM 3
8β0" x 9β11" (2.43m x 3.02m)
A second small double/large also looking out to the rear with the radiator set beneath the window. Ideal for use as a childβs room, guest room or study.BATHROOM
A well proportioned family bathroom, fitted with a quality white suite of; WC with wooden seat, wash hand basin and bath with wood panelled front and electric Mira overhead shower unit. There is also very attractive tiling to splash backs, an extractor fan, radiator and shaver point. OUTSIDE
There is a small section of garden ground to the front, along with a wide paved pathway and a paved and gravelled drive leading to the garage, which has a rollover door to the front, as well as a wooden door to the rear leading to the garden. The garage has light and power, houses the circuit breakers and has potential for raftersβ style storage. There is an outside tap at the rear of the house and the garden, which is of a size to be easily kept, is rotovated ready to be turfed. GENERAL INFORMATION
The property lies within the area of Scottish Borders Council. For Council Tax purposes the property lies within Band D The Council Tax payable for 2003/2004 based on occupancy by two or more persons is £1,256.75p.ENTRY
By mutual negotiation, although reasonably early entry can be made available if required. Services
Mains water and drainage, electricity and gas. Telephone. Gas central heating, fired from combination boiler located in the garage. Full double glazing. Ample power points, television and telephone sockets.Viewing
Viewing is by appointment with the selling agents.Offers
Anyone seriously interested in purchasing the property should, preferably through their Solicitor, contact Messs. Stormonth Darling, W.S., as soon as possible to have their interest noted. They will then be notified is a closing date for offers is fixed. The sellers are not, however, obliged to fix a closing date and are entitled to accept any offer at any time. Written offers should be submitted by a Solicitor to:
Messrs Stormonth Darling, W.S.
Bank of Scotland Buildings
Tel: 01573 224143Note
These Particulars, while believed to be correct, are not gauranteed. The measurements are approximate and for guidance only. Gas and electric installations and appliances in the house have not been checked by the selling agents.