4 Bedroom Property for sale in Arnot Place, EARLSTON, Scottish Borders

4 Bedroom Property - £82,000

Arnot Place, EARLSTON, Scottish Borders

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First listed on: 13th September 2019

Nearest stations: Tweedbank (3.8 mi)Galashiels (5.1 mi)Stow (8.1 mi)

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8 Arnot Place, Earlston is spacious 4 bed property set out over two levels. The property would be ideal for families or first time buyers looking for a spacious flat close to schools and shops. The property is situated in a central location close to the town’s amenities and within a drive/ bus journey to the Borders Railway station, with regular commuter services into Edinburgh.Accommodation Comprises:First Floor: Entrance hall, kitchen, bedroom/ reception room, living room, family bathroom, bedroom/ office. Second Floor:2 bedrooms and landing/office space.External: Small private garden area to rear. Edinburgh 30 miles , Melrose 8 miles, Jedburgh 22 miles. (All distances are approximate)SituationEarlston is a historic town situated in the Lauderdale Valley to the north east of the central borders, conveniently located for access to the main Borders towns. It is an attractive town reported to date back to the 1200’s and lays its claim to fame as the home of Thomas Learmonth, better known as Thomas the Rhymer. The settlement is a bustling town situated on the edge of the A68 trunk road. It has a population of approximately 1,779 according to the 2011 population census, an increase of around 4% over the population recorded in 2001. The Market Square which was laid out as a rose garden to mark the coronation of Queen Elizabeth provides a pleasant town square and centre. The town benefits from a good selection of local facilities including some independent shops, public houses, a church, reputable schools with a newly completed High School at Georgefield to the east of the town all within walking distance of the property. The town is well placed for commuting to the main borders towns and Edinburgh. On a broader note, the Scottish Borders offers a quality of life that is second to none and in an area of 1800 square miles there is certainly plenty of space to enjoy our beautiful unspoilt countryside and individual towns. Leave the congestion and overpricing behind and discover for yourself what a fantastic place the Borders is to live, work and play. Home to world class activities and attractions, it’s no wonder that the area is so popular with visitors who come here to enjoy mountain biking at Glentress, salmon fishing on the Tweed, walking in our hills and forests or diving off the Berwickshire coast. The area is also known for its spectacular Common Ridings, when whole communities come together to celebrate each town’s individual heritage and to cheer on hundreds of horses and riders every summer. The Borders is also a heartland of rugby in Scotland, with the names of our local towns being synonymous with the game and of course Melrose being the original home of rugby sevens. From our historic towns to rural villages, wherever you go you will be struck by the warmth of the welcome in our communities and the real pride people have in living in this wonderful part of the world. With good transport links, an excellent education system and stunning countryside, a move to the Scottish Borders really could be the best move of your life.Description8 Arnot Place is a traditional purpose built flat close to the town centre Just off the A68. Its spacious size makes it well suited to a small family or investor. It has double glazing and gas central heating. It has recently had new carpets and vinyl fitted. The property sits on the roadside and is accessed from the 1st floor via private steps. There is a small garden area to the rear. The entrance hall leads up stairs to the main hallway and provided success to all rooms including the living room, family bathroom, reception/ bedroom and a further single bedroom through the living room. The living room has dual aspect windows allowing an abundance of natural light into the room. There is also a storage cupboard housing the boiler. Upstairs there is a spacious landing area previously used as an office space with a further 2 bedrooms.
8 Arnot Place, Earlston is spacious 4 bed property set out over two levels. The property would be ideal for families or first time buyers looking for a spacious flat close to schools and shops. The property is situated in a central location close to the town’s amenities and within a drive/ bus journey to the Borders Railway station, with regular commuter services into Edinburgh.Accommodation Comprises:First Floor: Entrance hall, kitchen, bedroom/ reception room, living room, family bathroom, bedroom/ office. Second Floor:2 bedrooms and landing/office space.External: Small private garden area to rear. Edinburgh 30 miles , Melrose 8 miles, Jedburgh 22 miles. (All distances are approximate)SituationEarlston is a historic town situated in the Lauderdale Valley to the north east of the central borders, conveniently located for access to the main Borders towns. It is an attractive town reported to date back to the 1200’s and lays its claim to fame as the home of Thomas Learmonth, better known as Thomas the Rhymer. The settlement is a bustling town situated on the edge of the A68 trunk road. It has a population of approximately 1,779 according to the 2011 population census, an increase of around 4% over the population recorded in 2001. The Market Square which was laid out as a rose garden to mark the coronation of Queen Elizabeth provides a pleasant town square and centre. The town benefits from a good selection of local facilities including some independent shops, public houses, a church, reputable schools with a newly completed High School at Georgefield to the east of the town all within walking distance of the property. The town is well placed for commuting to the main borders towns and Edinburgh. On a broader note, the Scottish Borders offers a quality of life that is second to none and in an area of 1800 square miles there is certainly plenty of space to enjoy our beautiful unspoilt countryside and individual towns. Leave the congestion and overpricing behind and discover for yourself what a fantastic place the Borders is to live, work and play. Home to world class activities and attractions, it’s no wonder that the area is so popular with visitors who come here to enjoy mountain biking at Glentress, salmon fishing on the Tweed, walking in our hills and forests or diving off the Berwickshire coast. The area is also known for its spectacular Common Ridings, when whole communities come together to celebrate each town’s individual heritage and to cheer on hundreds of horses and riders every summer. The Borders is also a heartland of rugby in Scotland, with the names of our local towns being synonymous with the game and of course Melrose being the original home of rugby sevens. From our historic towns to rural villages, wherever you go you will be struck by the warmth of the welcome in our communities and the real pride people have in living in this wonderful part of the world. With good transport links, an excellent education system and stunning countryside, a move to the Scottish Borders really could be the best move of your life.Description8 Arnot Place is a traditional purpose built flat close to the town centre Just off the A68. Its spacious size makes it well suited to a small family or investor. It has double glazing and gas central heating. It has recently had new carpets and vinyl fitted. The property sits on the roadside and is accessed from the 1st floor via private steps. There is a small garden area to the rear. The entrance hall leads up stairs to the main hallway and provided success to all rooms including the living room, family bathroom, reception/ bedroom and a further single bedroom through the living room. The living room has dual aspect windows allowing an abundance of natural light into the room. There is also a storage cupboard housing the boiler. Upstairs there is a spacious landing area previously used as an office space with a further 2 bedrooms.
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76 Overhaugh Street,

Galashiels

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