Tweedsyde Park is a small, sought after residential development on the bank of the Tweed approximately half a mile to the east of Kelsos town centre. From the Square head east along Woodmarket continuing into Shedden Park Road. Keep straight …
Tweedsyde Park is a small, sought after residential development on the bank of the Tweed approximately half a mile to the east of Kelsos town centre. From the Square head east along Woodmarket continuing into Shedden Park Road. Keep straight ahead at the mini roundabouts and Tweedsyde Park is the first turning on your right after the second mini roundabout. Number 25 has a tremendous riverside position with most of the main rooms having views across the Tweed.
Arguably the most attractive of the Borders towns, Kelso is set in an area of great scenic beauty and is noted particularly for its fine Market Square and for the remains of one of the great Border Abbeys. The town sits at the confluence of the River Tweed and the River Teviot. Kelso provides a good shopping centre together with an excellent range of social and sporting facilities including golf, bowls, tennis, swimming, curling, National Hunt racing and fishing. There are plans to build a new high school in the town. Kelso has good road links with the other principal towns in the Borders and there is a main line railway station at Berwick upon Tweed. The Waverley Rail Link between Galashiels and Edinburgh is to re-open in September 2015 with the terminal being at Tweedbank which is approximately 16 miles from Kelso.
25 Tweedsyde Park is a superb, detached family home offering versatile, well appointed and well presented accommodation. The house benefits from gas fired central heating and double glazing. Kitchen and sanitary fittings are modern and there is good built in storage space - including part floored attic with loft ladder and light. Although not recently lit the sitting room fireplace should be useable.
Whilst all four bedrooms are currently on the first floor, one being used as a study, it would be possible to convert the downstairs dining room to a bedroom if a ground floor bedroom is needed. There is a shower room on the ground floor.
The house sits within attractive landscaped gardens which run down to the Tweed and include lawns, borders, vegetable plot and a patio. There is a riverside pathway and seating area and there is good off road parking for up to four cars.
Outbuildings include a detached single car garage (with both electricity and water, greenhouse and garden shed.
The house has riparian fishing rights for brown trout on the River Tweed.