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4 Bedroom house

Greenroyd, 7 Manse Street, Galashiels, TD1

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  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Semi detached
  • SQ. FT 1927

CLOSING DATE - THURSDAY 22ND OCTOBER AT 12 NOON Offered for sale, a unique architectural conversion (from a stables and tack room into a four-bedroom family home) which retains period features and has been carefully maintained and tastefully modernised over the years. The property offers spacious accommodation over two floors, with a single and a double garage, private parking within a square courtyard and a mature secluded garden to the rear. Open views from certain rooms to the adjacent Victoria public park and Meigle Hill beyond give a feeling of almost rural living, while still remaining in close proximity (20 mins walk) to the amenities of the town. Ground Floor - Entrance hall, shower room, sitting room/bedroom 4, living room, kitchen/dining-room, and sun room. First Floor - Mezzanine style gallery (providing library/office space), two double bedrooms one single bedroom and WC and shower. Outside - Attached single garage, detached double garage, parking area, rear garden. Distances - Galashiels Railway Station 0.8 miles, Melrose 4.5 miles, St Boswells 9 miles, Edinburgh 37 miles. (All distances are approximate). Situation Galashiels lies at the heart of the Scottish Borders having grown originally as centre for woollen mills in the late 19th century, which is why its still hosts the Scottish College of Textiles (part of Heriot Watt University today). With the opening of The Borders Railway in 2015, it became the area's best-connected town, with easy and regular direct rail access for commuters working in Edinburgh. The town offers a good range of services and amenities, with two major supermarkets and number of other national stores represented, along with a good selection of smaller owner-managed shops, restaurants and bars. In addition, there is a choice of medical and dental practices, as well as the Borders General Hospital (BGH) nearby at Melrose. Galashiels is well-served with primary schools and the secondary school, Galashiels Academy has a good reputation. It has just been announced that construction will shortly commence on a new secondary school facility (for completion in 2025) at a cost of £55 million pounds. As far as leisure and recreation goes, there is a public swimming pool and several gyms, The Pavillion Cinema offers the latest film titles across multiple screens and a wide range of live entertainment events are hosted at the MacArts Centre and the Volunteer Hall. Rugby remains a proud tradition in the Borders, with Gala Rugby Club based at Netherdale where one of the ever-popular annual sevens tournaments is held each Spring. The Borders is proud of its history and there are a range of historical sites and buildings to visit, from the remains of the Roman settlement Trimontium, at Newstead, to the abbey towns of Melrose, Kelso and Jedburgh and historic stately homes, such as Abbotsford House, Traquair House and Floors Castle. Walking is popular and there several long-distance walking routes which traverse the region including the Southern Upland Way, St Cuthbert's Way and the Berwickshire Coastal Path which link together many of the Border towns. There are two Golf Courses and all the usual Country pursuits such as fishing and Equestrian pursuits are available within a short drive. The tracks and trails through Glentress Forest near Peebles have made it one of the most popular locations in the UK for mountain biking.

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Semi detached
  • SQ. FT 1927

CLOSING DATE - THURSDAY 22ND OCTOBER AT 12 NOON Offered for sale, a unique architectural conversion (from a stables and tack room into a four-bedroom family home) which retains period features and has been carefully maintained and tastefully modernised over the years. The property offers spacious accommodation over two floors, with a single and a double garage, private parking within a square courtyard and a mature secluded garden to the rear. Open views from certain rooms to the adjacent Victoria public park and Meigle Hill beyond give a feeling of almost rural living, while still remaining in close proximity (20 mins walk) to the amenities of the town. Ground Floor - Entrance hall, shower room, sitting room/bedroom 4, living room, kitchen/dining-room, and sun room. First Floor - Mezzanine style gallery (providing library/office space), two double bedrooms one single bedroom and WC and shower. Outside - Attached single garage, detached double garage, parking area, rear garden. Distances - Galashiels Railway Station 0.8 miles, Melrose 4.5 miles, St Boswells 9 miles, Edinburgh 37 miles. (All distances are approximate). Situation Galashiels lies at the heart of the Scottish Borders having grown originally as centre for woollen mills in the late 19th century, which is why its still hosts the Scottish College of Textiles (part of Heriot Watt University today). With the opening of The Borders Railway in 2015, it became the area's best-connected town, with easy and regular direct rail access for commuters working in Edinburgh. The town offers a good range of services and amenities, with two major supermarkets and number of other national stores represented, along with a good selection of smaller owner-managed shops, restaurants and bars. In addition, there is a choice of medical and dental practices, as well as the Borders General Hospital (BGH) nearby at Melrose. Galashiels is well-served with primary schools and the secondary school, Galashiels Academy has a good reputation. It has just been announced that construction will shortly commence on a new secondary school facility (for completion in 2025) at a cost of £55 million pounds. As far as leisure and recreation goes, there is a public swimming pool and several gyms, The Pavillion Cinema offers the latest film titles across multiple screens and a wide range of live entertainment events are hosted at the MacArts Centre and the Volunteer Hall. Rugby remains a proud tradition in the Borders, with Gala Rugby Club based at Netherdale where one of the ever-popular annual sevens tournaments is held each Spring. The Borders is proud of its history and there are a range of historical sites and buildings to visit, from the remains of the Roman settlement Trimontium, at Newstead, to the abbey towns of Melrose, Kelso and Jedburgh and historic stately homes, such as Abbotsford House, Traquair House and Floors Castle. Walking is popular and there several long-distance walking routes which traverse the region including the Southern Upland Way, St Cuthbert's Way and the Berwickshire Coastal Path which link together many of the Border towns. There are two Golf Courses and all the usual Country pursuits such as fishing and Equestrian pursuits are available within a short drive. The tracks and trails through Glentress Forest near Peebles have made it one of the most popular locations in the UK for mountain biking.

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