4 Bedroom house

Cockholm Cottage, Craigend Road, Stow, TD1

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NEW TO THE MARKET A pretty cottage just an hours train journey from Edinburgh. Cockholm Cottage is a charming detached stone cottage with two receptions, four bedrooms and gardens to the front and rear. The cottage retains much character and charm and is just a short walk to the village railway station, providing regular services to Edinburgh with approx fifty minutes journey time, ideal for those looking for peaceful village life whilst commuting to the city. This pretty village has a range of amenities including a village shop/Post Office, a café, bowling club, well-regarded modern primary school, a church, health centre and is served by regular bus services. Accommodation Comprises: Ground floor: Hall, sitting room, dining/kitchen, office/double bedroom. Half Landing: Family bathroom, storage, door into garden. First floor: Landing, three further bedrooms. Outside: Front garden, fully enclosed, very manageable, rear garden with lawn, flowerbeds, gravelled seating area, drying area, coal bunker and there is unrestricted on-street parking. Distances: Melrose 12 miles Galashiels 8 miles Edinburgh 25 miles (All distances are approximate) Cockholm Cottage is a characterful and charming period detached cottage situated on a quiet residential road in the pretty village of Stow, surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside. The cottage is stone built under a slate roof and offers spacious and flexible living accommodation throughout. The cottage has a most welcoming and comfortable feel and retains many original features such as fireplaces, stripped timber doors and original floorboards. The village of Stow enjoys an active vibrant sense of community and provides a surprising number of recreational facilities, social groups, clubs and sports, with a regular time table of events including for example the Annual Sports Week and Stowed Out Music Festival. There are many attractions to hand for those who enjoy country pursuits such as walking, riding or cycling, plus a variety of facilities catering for every day needs, including a Post Office/General Store, Café, modern health centre and new primary school, which is located within just a few minutes walk from the house. The central Borders town of Galashiels is only eight miles away, and it provides a wider selection of amenities and High Street retailers, along with secondary schooling. This is an ideal destination for those who wish to enjoy the country lifestyle whilst also being extremely commutable for Edinburgh, which is only some 25 miles distant and can easily be reached by car via the A7, whilst the railway station in Stow which is within easy walking distance from the cottage provides regular services into Edinburgh to the north and Tweedbank to the south, next to the historic town of Melrose. The journey time into Edinburgh is approximately fifty minutes. There are also regular buses into both Galashiels and Edinburgh, with stops nearby. GENERAL REMARKS Satellite Navigation The postcode for the property is TD1 2RJ What3words synthetic.sour.enthused (please download the application "what3words" for the exact location) Tenure Freehold Fixtures and Fittings All fitted carpets, kitchen curtain, blinds, fridge/freezer and majority of light fittings are included with the sale. Listing and Conservation Please be aware, Cockholm Cottage is not listed, nor is it in a conservation area. Services Oil fired central heating, mains electricity, mains water and drainage. Council Tax Band D Energy Efficiency Rating Band E Local Authority Scottish Borders Council - Telephone: 01835 824 000.

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  • Style/Floor Detached

NEW TO THE MARKET A pretty cottage just an hours train journey from Edinburgh. Cockholm Cottage is a charming detached stone cottage with two receptions, four bedrooms and gardens to the front and rear. The cottage retains much character and charm and is just a short walk to the village railway station, providing regular services to Edinburgh with approx fifty minutes journey time, ideal for those looking for peaceful village life whilst commuting to the city. This pretty village has a range of amenities including a village shop/Post Office, a café, bowling club, well-regarded modern primary school, a church, health centre and is served by regular bus services. Accommodation Comprises: Ground floor: Hall, sitting room, dining/kitchen, office/double bedroom. Half Landing: Family bathroom, storage, door into garden. First floor: Landing, three further bedrooms. Outside: Front garden, fully enclosed, very manageable, rear garden with lawn, flowerbeds, gravelled seating area, drying area, coal bunker and there is unrestricted on-street parking. Distances: Melrose 12 miles Galashiels 8 miles Edinburgh 25 miles (All distances are approximate) Cockholm Cottage is a characterful and charming period detached cottage situated on a quiet residential road in the pretty village of Stow, surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside. The cottage is stone built under a slate roof and offers spacious and flexible living accommodation throughout. The cottage has a most welcoming and comfortable feel and retains many original features such as fireplaces, stripped timber doors and original floorboards. The village of Stow enjoys an active vibrant sense of community and provides a surprising number of recreational facilities, social groups, clubs and sports, with a regular time table of events including for example the Annual Sports Week and Stowed Out Music Festival. There are many attractions to hand for those who enjoy country pursuits such as walking, riding or cycling, plus a variety of facilities catering for every day needs, including a Post Office/General Store, Café, modern health centre and new primary school, which is located within just a few minutes walk from the house. The central Borders town of Galashiels is only eight miles away, and it provides a wider selection of amenities and High Street retailers, along with secondary schooling. This is an ideal destination for those who wish to enjoy the country lifestyle whilst also being extremely commutable for Edinburgh, which is only some 25 miles distant and can easily be reached by car via the A7, whilst the railway station in Stow which is within easy walking distance from the cottage provides regular services into Edinburgh to the north and Tweedbank to the south, next to the historic town of Melrose. The journey time into Edinburgh is approximately fifty minutes. There are also regular buses into both Galashiels and Edinburgh, with stops nearby. GENERAL REMARKS Satellite Navigation The postcode for the property is TD1 2RJ What3words synthetic.sour.enthused (please download the application "what3words" for the exact location) Tenure Freehold Fixtures and Fittings All fitted carpets, kitchen curtain, blinds, fridge/freezer and majority of light fittings are included with the sale. Listing and Conservation Please be aware, Cockholm Cottage is not listed, nor is it in a conservation area. Services Oil fired central heating, mains electricity, mains water and drainage. Council Tax Band D Energy Efficiency Rating Band E Local Authority Scottish Borders Council - Telephone: 01835 824 000.

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