Front Vestibule (2.03 x 1.81)
Features include cornices, original woodwork including a glazed door and side screens to the Inner Hall and original multi-coloured ceramic floor tiling and a globe type brass/gold effect light fitting.
Lounge (4.22 x 6.27)
Features include a very attractive and original black marble fireplace, with matching backing and hearth, real flame log effect gas fire, ornate cornices and ceiling ceiling rose, two glass fronted mahogany finish built in cabinets to the sides of the fireplace and original woodwork and deep skirtings, two radiators (one is fitted all around the bay window), three double glazed windows with blinds and a five bulb brass/gold effect light fitting. Decorated in neutral tones with carpet flooring.
Living Room (4.22 x 5.09)
Features include a fyfestone fireplace, with gas fire, ornate cornices and ceiling centre piece, a recessed built in wall cupboard/shelving, original woodwork and deep skirtings, some of which has been stripped/varnished, three radiators, three double glazed windows with blinds, a pair of curtains, track, pelmet and a three bulb brass/gold effect light fitting. Decorated in neutral tones with carpet flooring.
Dining Room (3.82 x 2.90)
Features include a timber fire surround with marble back and hearth, ceiling covings, a recessed built in wall cupboard/shelving to the side of the fireplace, a cupboard unit below the window, some original woodwork, one radiator, one double glazed window with blind, a curtain pole, a pair of curtains and a three bulb brass/gold effect light fitting. Decorated in neutral tones with carpet flooring.
Toilet (1.10 x 2.93)
This room was re-furbished in 2015. Features include two cupboards within the wash hand basin vanity unit (one containing the electrical switchgear), v jointed timber lined effect dado panelling, some original woodwork, one radiator, one double glazed window with a blind, two recessed ceiling light fittings and ceramic floor tiling.
Utility Room (2.55 x 2.30)
Whilst this room could do with some refurbishment, it functions adequately as it is at present. Features include various wall cupboards and worktops, a stainless steel double sink unit, plumbing for a washing machine, one double glazed window with a pair of curtains and a fully glazed door to the Hall. Carpet tiling to the floor.
Kitchen (4.72 x 3.80)
Features include a large number of beech shaker kitchen base and wall units, black worktops, a stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for a dish washer, terracotta coloured wall tiling between the worktops and wall units, integrated appliances comprising a tall fridge/freezer, an electric high level fan oven, a gas hob and a cooker extractor (as well as wall extract fan), two fluorescent ceiling strip light fittings, one radiator, gas heating wall mounted gas boiler (for which there is an annual maintenance Contract with Scottish Gas the gas meter is externally situated to the rear of the boiler), two double glazed windows each with a curtain pole and pair of curtains, a large double door linen cupboard containing the hot water cylinder and heating/hot water controls, a fully glazed door to the Hall and tile effect sheet vinyl floor covering.
Features include two coats/storage cupboards (one with a fully glazed door), mahogany effect wall panelling and a hardwood panelled external door to the rear of the house, with a glazed deadlight over. Carpet tiling to the floor.
Main Entrance Hall, Staircase and Upper Landings
These light and airy areas have features which include cornices on both floor levels, a ceiling centre piece at Ground Floor, lovely original woodwork (including stripped/varnished stair balustrades and handrails) and deep skirtings, a large understair storage cupboard, a large storage cupboard off the Landing next to the Bathroom, three radiators, a decorative feature window at mid landing level, an ornate brass/gold effect light fitting at First Floor Landing, a five bulb brass/gold effect light fitting at Ground Floor Hall and two smoke alarms. Decorated in neutral tones with carpet flooring.
HOUSE FIRST FLOOR
Bedroom 1 (accessed from stairs off mid landing) (5.19 x 3.80)
In this room there is a large en-suite shower cubicle with double sliding glass doors, wall and ceiling shower panelling, a thermostatic shower unit and a ceiling extract fan, plus a separate vanity unit with wash hand basin. Other features include two built in wardrobes/drawer units, cornices, original woodwork and skirtings, one radiator, one double glazed window with blind, a curtain pole, a pair of curtains and a three bulb ceiling light fitting. Decorated in neutral tones with carpet flooring.
Shower Room next to Bathroom (0.88 x 1.30)
This room contains a shower tray with curtains/tracks, full wall and ceiling shower panelling, an electric shower unit, one radiator, one double glazed window, a recessed ceiling light fitting and ceramic floor tiling.
Bathroom (2.93 x 2.04)
This room contains a large freestanding bath with shower spray fitting, a large wash hand basin with short pedestal and a wc suite, all white with chromed fittings. Other features include cornices, a ceramic tiled dado with original timber linings over, ceramic tiled flooring, original panelled door, a chromed water heated towel rail, one radiator, one double glazed window with blind, a white wall cabinet, an extractor fan and two mirrors (both with lighting over).
Bedroom 2 (2.99 x 2.96)
Features include a cupboard unit below the window, cornices, original woodwork and skirtings, one radiator, one double glazed window, a blind and a pair of curtains. Cream carpets.
Bedroom 3 (3.87 x 3.90)
Features include wardrobe units and shelving, cornices, original woodwork and skirtings, one radiator, two double glazed windows, a curtain pole and a pair of curtains. Neutral carpets.
Bedroom 4/Study (2.39 x 4.07)
Features include cornices, existing panelled woodwork and skirtings, one radiator, one double glazed window, a curtain pole and a pair of curtains. It may be possible to re-form this room into an En-suite Bathroom or Dressing Room accessed from either Bedroom 3 or 5. Neutral carpeting.
Bedroom 5 (4.22 x 5.21)
Features include fitted wardrobe/drawer units along the full length of one wall (four double and one single wardrobes), cornices, original woodwork and skirtings, one radiator, two double glazed windows, a curtain pole and a pair of curtains. Decorated in neutral tones with carpet flooring.
HOUSE ATTIC FLOOR
Large Open Area and access staircase (5.60 x 8.20)
Features of this area include four velux double glazed rooflights and an electric panel heater.
Storage Room (3.90 x 3.00)
Features include a velux double glazed rooflight.
Pool Room (4.55 x 3.80)
Features include an original metal fireplace and grate, ceiling covings, a recessed built in wall cupboard to the side of the fireplace which houses the heating expansion tank, some existing panelled woodwork, an electric panel heater and one double glazed window. The pool table is included in the sale.
Garage (6.28 x 4.50)
Features at Ground Floor include fitted base and wall storage units, a double glazed window, fluorescent strip lighting, a fireproof ceiling and a staircase leading to First Floor level.
At First Floor there is a double glazed velux rooflight and fluorescent strip lighting.
This building may lend itself to conversion to an alternative use, subject to obtaining the relevant permissions.
Four Sheds to rear of house (12.51 x 1.97)
The three sheds include hangers for garden tools. The gated shed is used to house refuse bins.
The overall house plot extends to approximately 0.30 acres in area and is accessed by double metal gates and a private tarred driveway up to the ample gravelled car parking areas surrounding the house all of these were completed within the last few years.
The plot is bounded primarily by mixed hedging to the roadside, leylandii hedging to the bottom of the garden and stone walling/fencing to the other two boundaries
To the rear of the house there is a concreted drying area/yard and there is also a concrete car wash area to the front of the garage.
There is a former Conservatory area, also to the rear of the house, which is bounded by low level brick walls and has a stone slabbed floor and planted areas. This could lend itself to being an ideal barbequing area.
Directly to the front of the house the garden is primarily grassed. The remaining garden areas comprise mature trees/shrubs along with a large variety of flowers. Pictures taken of the garden at various times of year are available to view.
Steps/paths have been formed to access the garden to two sides of the plot and there are central steps opposite the front door of the house, to access the grassed area.
There is a composting area/bins at the bottom of the garden.
The Town Of Hawick
Known for many years as The Queen of the Borders, and situated at the confluence of the Rivers Slitrig and Teviot, Hawick is the largest of the Border towns. Frequent winners of national floral awards, and famous world-wide for its quality knitwear, Hawick is part of The Cashmere Trail and is the major centre for the industry in the Borders. There is a large range of major supermarkets in Sainsburys and Morrisons, a very recently re-built Lidl, an Aldi in construction, and a large Iceland and Farmfoods. A Homebase and Argos are also beneficial to the town, along with a large leisure centre facility for families and kids alike, with many other sports facilities throughout the town. Hawick boasts the award winning Wilton Lodge Park which lies on the River Teviot, and is currently enjoying a £3 million pound regeneration, which includes a new cafeteria and footbridge, together with a new external 3G sports pitch and tennis courts. The park extends to some 107 acres, with many walks, recreational facilities, walled garden, Hawick Museum and Scott Gallery. The town is also famous for rugby, and boasts many fine golf courses throughout the area. For dining out, Hawick has a wide range of options, including French, Italian, Chinese and Indian eateries, with the Mansfield House Hotel, and Mansfield Park providing space for bigger functions and weddings. Many traditional events are held in the town during the year, including the annual Common Riding and Reivers Festival, which draws in many tourists from outside the area. Another attraction will be the new multi million pound distillery which is currently in construction.
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