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15 Polwarth Avenue

St. Boswells, Melrose, Scottish Borders, TD6 0DP

£173,000


  • Views over farmland

  • Comfortable walking distance of village amenties

  • Sitting room

  • Kitchen/dining room

  • 3 bedrooms - master bedroom with en suite shower room, double bedroom and single bedroom

  • Family bathroom and cloakroom

  • Mono-block double driveway

  • Enclosed rear garden

15 Polwarth Avenue sits within a development of similar type properties with views over open farmland to the south east of St Boswells. The village is one of the most sought after locations within the Borders.

St Boswells is a ...

15 Polwarth Avenue sits within a development of similar type properties with views over open farmland to the south east of St Boswells. The village is one of the most sought after locations within the Borders.

St Boswells is a picturesque village which reputedly has the largest village green in Scotland and sits above the River Tweed. The village lies adjacent to the A68 which provides good vehicular access both north to Edinburgh and south to the northeast of England. Both Scottish Borders Council’s headquarters and the Borders General Hospital are within easy reach.

St Boswells has a good range of local shops including the popular Main Street Trading bookshop with café, along with a primary school, popular Hotel, church and garage/petrol station. Secondary schooling is at the highly regarded Earlston High School.

The village has a good range of sporting and recreational facilities including a golf course, rugby club, tennis courts and cricket ground.

15 Polwarth Avenue was built approximately 12 years ago. The semi-detached house is in good decorative order throughout and provides decent family sized accommodation on 2 floors. The spacious kitchen/dining room has fully fitted kitchen units and integrated appliances.

The house benefits from a mono-block double driveway to the front of the house. At the rear of the house is a sheltered and enclosed garden that is mostly laid to lawn. The rear garden can be accessed from the front of the house by a side gate.