Property Available in Minnigaff
£35,000 below Home Report Valuation
Built circa 1860 this imposing property was modernised and extended by the present owner in the late 1970ís. The spacious accommodation occupies two floors and the large, well maintained grounds are partially bounded by the Penkiln Burn and has fishing rights for brown trout.
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Accommodation comprises:- Ground Floor - Entrance Porch. Hall. Lounge. Sun Lounge. Dining Room. Kitchen. Utility Room. Office. Cloakroom. First Floor - 3 Bedrooms (1 with Dressing Room and En-suite). Bathroom.
GROUND FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
Entrance Porch - 1.57m x 1.00m
Tiled floor. Glazed door to hall.
Irregularly shaped hall with stairs leading to first floor with understairs storage cupboard. Radiator.
Lounge - 6.66m x 3.24m
North and south facing windows overlooking garden ground. Brick-built fireplace with wooden mantle and inset LPG coal effect fire. Two alcoves with built-under cupboards. Two radiators. Glazed door to sun lounge.
Sun Lounge - 7.54m x 2.86m
Added to the west side of the house and glazed on three sides overlooking garden ground and onto Penkiln Burn. Door leading to decked area.
Dining Room - 3.53m x 3.41m
North facing window overlooking garden ground. Radiator and door to kitchen.
Kitchen - 5.70m x 2.00m
Galley kitchen with east facing window. Fitted with a range of floor and wall units with tiled splashbacks and inset single drainer stainless steel sink. Space for slot-in cooker and fridge/freezer and space and plumbing for dishwasher. Door to garden ground and glazed door to utility room. Worcester condenser boiler. Radiator.
Utility Room - 2.42m x 1.65m
South facing window. Built-in units with stainless steel sink. Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Built-in broom cupboard with storage shelves.
Office - 3.00m x 2.30m
South facing window overlooking garden. Fitted bookshelves. Radiator.
Cloakroom - 1.86m x 1.13m
WC and wash hand basin. Expelair.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
Landing with north facing velux and hatch to attic.
Bedroom 1 - 6.75m x 2.32m
South facing window and east facing porthole window. Fitted with a range of shelved and hanging wardrobes with louvered doors. Radiator.
Dressing Room - 3.68m x 3.35m
Spacious room with south facing window overlooking garden ground. Large built-in storage cupboard. Radiator.
En-suite - 2.29m x 1.97m
Bath with tiled shower area and mains shower, WC and wash hand basin. Build in shelved cupboard.
Bedroom 2 - 3.31m x 3.28m
South facing window overlooking garden ground. Radiator.
Bedroom 3 - 3.23m x 3.17m
North facing skylight. Fitted wardrobe with drawers and bookcases. Radiator.
Bathroom - 2.54m x 1.64m
Coloured suite comprising bath with mixer shower over, WC and wash hand basin. Radiator.
The garden surrounds the property with a gravelled drive giving access from the public road. The secluded site is bounded on the east by the public road but is screened from the road with a variety of mature trees. The main garden is mostly in grass and gently slopes down to the Penkiln Burn which forms part of the west boundary. The garden is well stocked with a variety of flowering plants and shrubs and is visited by a variety of wildlife including red squirrels.
The former Tweed Store is a useful stone built outbuilding adjoining the east cable of the house. This building was upgraded when the sun lounge was added to the house and now provides useful storage and has a separate access from the garden ground. The Tweed Store offers potential for further development subject to the appropriate permissions being obtained.
Mains supplies of water and electricity. Drainage is to a septic tank. LPG central heating. EPC = F.
The property is in Band G.
By arrangement with the Selling Agents.
Offers in the region of £225,000.
£35,000 below Home Report Valuation.
Other Properties in the £225,000 range (Plus or Minus 10%)