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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Broadmeadows, Yarrowford, SELKIRK, Scottish Borders

Guide Price £268,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Attractive parkland setting
  • Sought after Scottish Borders village
  • Well appointed Kitchen and Bathroom facilities
  • Double aspect Sitting Room
  • Delightful Sun/Garden Room
  • Integral double garage
  • Low maintenance gardens

Full description

Yarrowdene is an immaculately presented modern detached chalet villa quietly located in a beautiful parkland setting within an exclusive residential development on the periphery of the pretty Scottish Borders village of Yarrowford.

The well appointed versatile accommodation comprises:-
Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Sun/Garden Room, Dining Kitchen, Utility Room, Shower Room, Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room, Three Further Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom. Integral double garage with remote control doors. Driveway parking and low maintenance gardens.

Combining country living with a modern lifestyle choice, Yarrowdene has been designed with a growing family in mind with spacious versatile accommodation which is well appointed.

Yarrowdene is nestled in sheltered private gardens within a beautiful parkland setting in picturesque Scottish Borders countryside on the periphery of the pretty village of Yarrowford, nestling in the heart of the spectacular Yarrow valley, approximately 5 miles to the west of Selkirk where day-to-day facilities can be found including two supermarkets, a variety of shops, primary and secondary schooling, and a health centre.

The Yarrow Valley is a popular location for a variety of country pursuits including walking, horse riding, mountain biking, and fishing. The popular St Mary's Loch can be found a few miles away at the head of the Yarrow Valley, together with its sister the Loch of the Lowes. A little further down the valley is the Grey Mare's Tail, one of Scotland's finest waterfalls, with a magnificent 60m cascade and the walk climbs past the falls and continues up to beautiful Loch Skeen, and is a truly breathtaking view, ringed by craggy hillsides.

The area itself is outstandingly beautiful, and is steeped in history, from the Border Reivers through to famous literary greats such as Sir Walter Scott and James Hogg.

The A7 and A68 are easily accessible and offer access to Edinburgh and Newcastle Upon Tyne respectively, where international airports can be readily accessed, and the east coast and west coast mainline railways are within an hour or so drive at Berwick Upon Tweed and Carlisle respectively, with the newly opened Borders Railway at nearby Galashiels providing direct access to Edinburgh Waverley in less than an hour.

Accommodation comprises:
A good sized driveway leads to an integral double garage with remote control doors. A UPVC double glazed door with double glazed side screen with leaded glazed inserts leads into the welcoming Entrance Hall with attractive and practical ceramic tiled flooring, decorated in neutral tones and finished with coving to ceiling, central heating radiator, coat hooks, and ceiling light. Located off the Hallway is a well appointed Shower Room with three piece white suite of pedestal wash hand basin, WC and shower enclosure with chrome effect “Mira Sport” shower . The shower enclosure is fully tiled with complimentary tiling and tiling has been provided to dado height with neutral décor above and attractive black gloss ceramic floor tiles complete the stylish look. The Sitting Room is a bright double aspect room with double glazed windows to the front and rear, decorated in neutral tones with complimentary neutral carpeting and double doors lead to a delightful Sun/Garden Room which is a well proportioned flexible room set to the rear of the property, decorated in neutral tones with neutral carpeting, deep storage cupboard, and French doors open to the garden. The generously proportioned double aspect Dining Kitchen falls naturally into two areas, accessed from both the Entrance Hall and also the Sun Room, with natural light from two double glazed windows, one overlooking the front and one overlooking the rear. The Kitchen area is well appointed with a good range of Shaker style wall and floor units in white, with solid beech worksurfaces finished with attractive tiled splashback. Integral appliances comprise an electric “Hotpoint” induction type hob, and “Hotpoint” stainless steel electric double oven/grill, “Hotpoint” fridge/freezer, and a “Hotpoint” dishwasher. The neutral décor is well finished with coving to ceiling, and ceiling downlighters provide ambient lighting, and the attractive complimentary ceramic tiled flooring completes the look, with ample space for a substantial dining table and chairs. The Utility Room lies adjacent and is a well fitted facility with a good range of white “Shaker” style floor and wall units with ample solid beech worksurfaces finished with attractive tiling to splashback and single bowl stainless steel sink. There is a rear entrance door, double glazed window to the rear, shelved storage cupboard, and door leading to the garage. A white painted timber staircase in the Entrance Hall leads to the first floor, with the neutral décor and complimentary carpeting continuing. The upstairs hallway has a storage cupboard, access hatch to the roofspace, and affords access to all upper floor accommodation. The Master Bedroom is of a good size and is a bright partially coombed room with double glazed window to the front, storage cupboard and the En-Suite Shower Room comprises a three piece white suite of tiled shower enclosure, pedestal wash hand basin and WC with attractive tiling to dado height with complimentary ceramic tiling to floor. The family Bathroom serves the remainder of the Bedrooms and comprises a three piece white suite of bath, wash hand basin and WC, neutral tiling to dado height and ceramic tiling to floor, with natural light from coombed ceiling with “Velux” type window and ambient ceiling downlights. Bedroom 2 is a double room set the front with coombed ceiling decorated in neutral tones with complimentary carpeting. Bedroom 3 is another good sized double room to the front with coombed ceiling, decorated in neutral tones and complimentary neutral carpeting. Bedroom 4is a double room with coombed ceiling, set to the rear decorated in neutral tones with neutral carpeting.

Outside: A substantial double garage with remote control up and over door benefits from concrete floor, double glazed window to the side, power points and fluorescent light, coving to ceiling, access hatch to roofspace, and houses the floor mounted “Grant” oil fired combi boiler, electric meter and switchgear. Externally the gardens are enclosed and private and are laid mainly to lawn with shrubbery. Vehicle parking is well accommodated on the driveway to the front.
Mains electricity and mains water supply. Septic tank drainage. Oil fired central heating.

Council Tax
Band F.

EPC Rating
Band C74.

Travelling from Selkirk follow the A708 Moffat road for approximately five miles, and after crossing the second bridge over the Yarrow Water turn immediately right towards Broadmeadows. Continue up the lane towards Broadmeadows House, and Yarrowdene can be found on the left hand side of the lane.

Strictly by prior appointment through the selling agents, Edwin Thompson LLP, Chartered Surveyors.

Particulars prepared April 2015.

Property ref: 121_2523_3660170

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10 June 2015


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