Douglas Crescent forms part of a popular residential development towards the south western edge of Kelsoyet within easy reach of the town centre with all its amenities. Douglas Crescent itself is a quiet cul-de-sac. No 6 has a south …
Douglas Crescent forms part of a popular residential development towards the south western edge of Kelsoyet within easy reach of the town centre with all its amenities. Douglas Crescent itself is a quiet cul-de-sac. No 6 has a south easterly aspect to the front.
Considered by many to be the most attractive of the Borders towns Kelso is noted particularly for its fine Market Square and for the remains of one of the great Border Abbeys. The town provides a good shopping centre together with an excellent range of social, sporting and recreational facilities including golf, bowls, tennis, swimming, curling, national hunt racing and fishing. An impressive new High School has recently been built on the northern edge of Kelso, along with a new Primary School at Broomlands.
Kelso sits at the confluence of the River Tweed and the River Teviot and the surrounding countryside is noted for its scenic beauty. The town has good road links with the other principle towns in the Scottish Borders and there are railway stations at both Tweedbank (17 miles) and Berwick Upon Tweed (25 miles).
6 Douglas Crescent is an attractive end-terraced family home with generally spacious and well laid out accommodation. The house benefits from gas fired central heating - boiler fitted in February 2018 - and double glazing. There is good built in storage space, including a useful attic with loft ladder and light.
Ground Floor: Hall, sitting room/dining room, kitchen and WC (with WC and basin)
First Floor: Landing, 3 bedrooms and shower room (with shower, basin and WC)
The useful front garden includes a small lawn, border and good tarred parking for up to three cars. Outside tap. External power sockets.
The attractive back garden includes decking, gravel, patio, and lawn. Outside tap. Garden shed. External power sockets.
From The Square head along Bridge Street, crossing Kelso Bridge over the River Tweed. Continue up the hill to the mini roundabout, turning right into Jedburgh Road. Take the first road on your right into Springwood Bank and Douglas Crescent is then the first turning on the left. No 6 lies on your right.