Tweedsyde Park is a small, sought after residential development on the north bank of the River Tweed approximately half a mile to the east of Kelsos town centre. From The Square head east along Woodmarket continuing in to Shedden Park …
Tweedsyde Park is a small, sought after residential development on the north bank of the River Tweed approximately half a mile to the east of Kelsos town centre. From The Square head east along Woodmarket continuing in to Shedden Park Road. Continue straight ahead through two roundabouts and Tweedsyde Park is the first turning on your right after the second roundabout.
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. A new high school is currently under construction on the edge of the town. Kelso has good road links with the other principal towns in the Borders and there are railway stations at both Tweedbank (16 miles) and Berwick upon Tweed.
12 Tweedsyde Park is a superb detached family home which provides spacious, versatile and well appointed accommodation. The house is finished to a high standard with quality German Hacker kitchen fittings and modern sanitary fittings. There is excellent built in storage space along with gas fired central heating and double glazed windows. Fine sitting room fireplace.
The house has an excellent garden which runs down to the Tweed and includes lawn and a patio. There is a small wood store at the side of the house.
12 Tweedsyde Park has a good attached double garage and the driveway leading to the garage has space for several cars.
Owners of the house have riparian fishing rights on the Tweed for brown trout and primary residency of the property would entitle the owner to membership of Kelso Angling Associations Salmon Beat. Their trout permit provides 4 miles of trout and grayling fishing on the River Teviot and a further 5 miles on the Tweed.