- Spacious, detached bungalow
- Cul-de-sac setting with wonderful views
- Vestibule and Hallway with storage
- Open plan living and dining room
- Fully fitted kitchen
- Utility room with garden access
- Conservatory with country views
- 3 Double bedrooms
- Bright, family bathroom
- Floored attic with skylight
Set at the end of a tranquil cul-de-sac with rolling countryside behind it, this deceptively spacious detached bungalow comes with three bedrooms, a large open plan living and dining room, a fully fitted kitchen with a separate utility room, a conservatory, a floored attic, plus a private drive, garage, outstanding external storerooms, and private gardens.
Once inside, you are welcomed into a vestibule with fitted storage, which in turn gives access to an L-shaped hallway. Overlooking the front garden is a spacious open plan living and dining room where a large southeast-facing window allows natural light to stream in. The living area is set around a cosy fireplace, while the dining area conveniently connects, via double doors, to the kitchen.
The kitchen (also accessible from the hallway) comes with an outstanding amount of wall and base units with space for an undercounter dishwasher, fridge freezer and integrated with a double oven, gas hobs and concealed extractor hood. A glazed door leads from the kitchen to a separate utility room, with direct garden access and space for laundry appliances. Completing the reception rooms is a conservatory with fabulous open garden and countryside views.
There are three double bedrooms, all serviced by a family bathroom complete with vanity storage, WC-suite, and an accessible bath with shower. The principal bedroom enjoys a generous footprint with ample storage, whilst bedroom three also comes with built-in wardrobes. Bedroom two has stairs leading into the floored attic (which could easily be removed if required), with good headspace, electricity, and a skylight – ideal as a home office or teenager den.
Externally, the home is accompanied by a low-maintenance front garden and a lovely rear garden, with a small burn lowing into the open countryside. The garden also benefits from a storeroom and greenhouse. A long, paved private drive leads to a single garage with another storeroom, offering outstanding private parking.
Extras: All fitted floor coverings, window coverings, light fittings, and kitchen appliances to be included in the sale.
Lying close to the banks of the River Tweed and nestled amongst rolling hills, the former mill and spa town of Innerleithen enjoys an idyllic Scottish Borders setting. The town is served by a local supermarket, a library, a health centre, a bank, a pharmacy, a post office and several independent shops including bakeries and a butcher. A selection of eateries is also on offer, whilst further amenities can be found a short drive away in the charming market town of Peebles. The town’s scenic surroundings provide endless opportunities for outdoor pursuits such as fishing, walking, and cycling, while nearby Glentress Forest Park boasts a treetop adventure course. Innerleithen also hosts its own park and a local history museum at St Ronan's Wells. Primary and nursery schooling is provided locally, followed by secondary education in Peebles. Commuting to the capital takes approximately an hour by road, whilst Galashiels – located 20 minutes’ drive from Innerleithen – provides fast and frequent rail connections as part of the recently re-opened Borders Railway.