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3 bedroom detached bungalow for sale

Duns, Berwickshire, TD11

£375,000

Property Description

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A modern well appointed, easily managed bungalow in a lovely rural situation on the edge of the Whiteadder Valley.

The principal accommodation comprises:

Hall, Drawing Room, Sun Room, Well Appointed Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Large Utility Room, Two Double Bedrooms (both ensuite), Third Bedroom (currently Study).

Sizeable, well maintained Garden surround.

Extending to 0.76 acres of thereabouts in total.


SITUATION
Mill Valley is situated in south-east Berwickshire on the edge of the Tweed Valley, an area noted both for the quality of its land and its stunning scenery.

The property enjoys considerable privacy, yet is readily accessible, being served by a minor public road which links to the A6105 Chirnside-Berwick upon Tweed road approximately 400 metres to the south.

There is a main line railway station at Berwick upon Tweed on the east coast route with direct connections to Edinburgh, Newcastle upon Tyne and London as well as international airports at both Edinburgh and Newcastle upon Tyne.

Chirnside (2 miles) provides a good range of local services including a Co-Op supermarket, Post Office, pharmacy, doctor's surgery and two public houses. The larger centres of Duns, Berwick upon Tweed, Coldstream and Kelso afford a broader range of facilities. There is a primary school at Chirnside and excellent modern high schools at both Duns and Eyemouth together with a number of private schools in and around Edinburgh in addition to those at Longridge Towers, Berwick and St Mary's in Melrose.

More generally, Mill Valley is situated within an essentially rural community of low population and great natural beauty. The Borders is famed for the quality of its field sports and there are a number of good links and inland golf courses as well as excellent riding and walking opportunities throughout the area. Edinburgh is readily accessible and is a vibrant centre of art and culture and home to numerous quality restaurants, cinemas, theatres and art galleries as well as hosting the famous Fringe Festival.


GENERAL INFORMATION
Mill Valley is an attractive detached modern bungalow situated in an entirely rural surround benefitting from good open views, particularly to the south and east.

Built by George Anderson of Chirnside in 2003, the property is of timber framed construction (externally rendered and dry dashed) with exposed yellow brick base courses all under a hipped roof covered in rustic coloured tiles.

The bungalow is well appointed with O-gee panelled and glazed hardwood doors throughout, ceiling coves, tiled and wood laminate floor coverings and plentiful built in storage space. It provides light and spacious accommodation and has full oil fired central heating and full double glazing.

The current owner has occupied the house since it was built and has converted the utility room into de-mountable kennel space for her pedigree Australian show terriers. The utility room is large enough to provide the scope for conversion to a fourth bedroom and bathroom if required.

Mill Valley is set back approximately 20 metres from a minor, unclassified public road and has a sizeable, easily managed garden surround by a number of interesting features.

ACCOMMODATION

Porch:
Arch open sided front entrance porch.

Entrance Vestibule:
Tiled floor, useful built-in coat cupboard.


Hall:
Central hall with tiled floor, built-in cupboard space and connecting passages providing access to all rooms.

Cloaks:
Coat room with separate WC and pedestal wash hand basin.

Drawing Room: (5.63m x 4.49m)
Light and spacious principal reception room with hardwood glazed doors, wood laminate flooring, recessed down lighters and triple window to the south.

Sun Room: (5.00m x 3.45m)
Three quarter glazed with a sliding patio door to the south, the sun room has tiled floors throughout and recessed down lighters. Leading directly from the drawing room and overlooking the rear garden, it provides an ideal entertainment area.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room: (4.97m x 4.46m)
Well equipped, custom built kitchen with pedestal wall and floor units with rolled melamine worktops, oil fired Rayburn with twin hob and double oven (also heats domestic water), central island with granite worktop, Zanussi dishwasher, triple window to east, limestone flagged floor.

Utility Room: (6.58m x 3.19m and 4.4m x 2.09m max)
Currently equipped with de-mountable kennels, this versatile room includes a small walk-in shelved store, floor mounted Trianco balanced flue boiler with adjoining cupboard containing a pre-insulated hot water cylinder with electric immersion, a base unit range with rolled melamine worktops, double Belfast sink unit with dog shower unit over and plumbing for two automatic washing machines. Tiled floors and part tiled walls, triple windows to front and rear and external access to side.


Double Bedroom: (3.89m x 3.70m)
Built in wardrobe. Good sized en suite shower room including WC, pedestal hand basin, shower cubicle, tiled floor.

Study: (2.83m x 2.69m)
Fitted floor and wall units, tiled floor.

Double Bedroom: (4.38m x 3.51m)
Triple window to east, walk-in shelved clothes store. En suite bathroom including bath, WC, shower cubicle and wash hand basin. Micro tiled floor.

Outbuilding:
There are two small garden stores in the garden to the north.

Gardens:
There is an attractive, well maintained garden surround with a gravel driveway and car standing area to the front. The gardens are laid principally to lawn with herbaceous and floral borders. The lawns are studded with a variety of interesting ornamental shrubs and trees and there is a flagged patio adjacent to the sun room and two small ponds.

SERVICES
Mains electricity.

Mains water off a private distribution system through Todheugh Farm to the south. Water is sub-metered and re-charged by the owner of Todheugh Farm periodically at cost.

Private drainage through a septic tank.

Full oil fired central heating.


EPC RATING: D

COUNCIL TAX BAND: F

EXCLUSIONS
The Vendor intends to remove the tumble dryer and one of the washing machines from the utility room.

TENURE
Freehold.

OFFERS
Offers in Scottish Legal Form should be submitted to the Selling Agents.

VIEWING
Strictly by appointment with the Selling Agents.



IF YOU ARE THINKING OF SELLING OR LETTING YOUR OWN PROPERTY IN THIS AREA, PLEASE CONTACT US AT EDWIN THOMPSON ON 01289 304432.





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31 October 2016

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