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Ettrick Dene

Ettrick Terrace, Selkirk, Scottish Borders, TD7 4LE

Offers Over £185,000


  • Attractive garden apartment in good decorative order

  • Hall

  • Porch

  • Sitting Room

  • Study

  • Kitchen/Dining Room

  • Master bedroom with en suite shower room

  • 2 Further double bedrooms

  • Bathroom

  • Utility room

  • Sheltered, west facing garden

  • Greenhouse and a range of storage sheds

  • Allocated off street parking

Ettrick Dene is located on Etrrick Terrace, within comfortable walking distance of Selkirk town centre. The Royal and Ancient Burgh of Selkirk is one of the oldest Royal Burgh’s in Scotland and boasts many
historical monuments and attractions.

Selkirk has ...

Ettrick Dene is located on Etrrick Terrace, within comfortable walking distance of Selkirk town centre. The Royal and Ancient Burgh of Selkirk is one of the oldest Royal Burgh’s in Scotland and boasts many
historical monuments and attractions.

Selkirk has a population of just under 6,000 and provides a good range of services catering for every day needs including hotels, bars and a wide variety of shops and professional services. Both primary
and secondary education is available in the town.

A wider range of retail outlets can be accessed in nearby Hawick and Galashiels.

The ease of access to Edinburgh via road, with the bus stop located close by on the A7, and the Scottish Borders Railway with stations in nearby Tweedbank and Galashiels means Selkirk is also an attractive commuter location.

Ettrick Dene is the lower ground floor of an attractive period house in Ettrick Terrace. The entire building is believed to date from the 1850’s and is now converted into flats.

Ettrick Dene offers deceptively bright and nicely proportioned accommodation that appears to be in good order throughout. The spacious kitchen benefits from a 3 oven Aga and a range of Shaker style units. There is an original vaulted ceiling in the sitting room that adds historical and architectural interest to the room.

Shallow steps wind down from the private parking area to Ettrick Dene. The garden enjoys a degree of shelter and includes a west facing lawn outside the back porch.

The house further benefits from mature grounds interspersed with trees and shrubs and a vegetable patch. Included is a range of timber storage sheds, greenhouse and a stone outhouse.

The garden ground at Ettrick Dene has a great outlook to the Ettrick Valley and beyond to The Yair Hill.