Charming, well presented 4 bedroom detached period family home with garden, garage & workshop

 
 

Key Features

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  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Public Rooms
  • 3 Bath/Shower Rooms
  • Private Garden
  • Driveway
  • Garage
  • LPG Central Heating
  • EPC Rating D

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Description

Originally built as two independent cottages, 'Henderland' today comprises a charming detached family home with generous, well-proportioned and versatile family accommodation, a wonderful private and mature garden, gravel driveway, double garage with workshop, greenhouse, poly-tunnel and garden shed. The accommodation includes a reception hall, sitting room, master bedroom with en suite bathroom, large guest bedroom with en suite shower room, 2 further double bedrooms, 2nd shower room, a study / family room or potential 5th bedroom, a kitchen breakfast room, garden room, utility room and a separate WC. The house which enjoys superb views over the surrounding countryside is laid out as follows:

There is a large reception hall with to one side, a spacious master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a large modern en suite tiled bathroom with a separate shower cubicle. To the right of the central hallway is the sitting room with a log burning stove and double doors leading out to the front garden.  Beyond the sitting room are 2 further double bedrooms and a shower room.  To the rear of the property is a superb and well-appointed kitchen breakfast room with a large island unit, an excellent range of kitchen cabinets and work tops, a Rayburn, and a separate cooker. An open arch from the kitchen leads through to a spacious garden room with two sets of double glazed double doors leading out to a paved patio area and the back garden. Completing the accommodation on the ground floor is a spacious utility room with a separate WC, 'dog shower', and rear porch leading out to the back garden.

A staircase in the central hallway leads to the upper level where there is a large open plan study / family room or potential 5th bedroom with part coomed ceilings and 6 velux windows offering wonderful views across the immediate countryside.  Beyond the studio room is a further spacious double bedroom with an ensuite shower room.

Location

Henderland is located in a stunning rural setting, with magnificent views of the Moorfoot Hills. It sits within the small hamlet of Callands, on a quiet lane, approximately 5 miles south of the historic market town of West Linton and about 10 miles from Peebles. Edinburgh, 19 miles away, is well within commuting distance. Less than 2 miles from Callands there is a nursery, primary school and a successful community centre, which offers many opportunities for all ages. West Linton is a thriving and popular village. A conservation area is at the heart of the village, with its winding main street and quaint alleyways. There are a variety of local shopping facilities within the village as well as a post office and medical centre. It also has a nursery and primary school. There are diverse recreational amenities available in the area including tennis courts, a bowling green, pony trekking and West Linton golf course. Peebles offers a wide choice of shops and many recreational facilities including swimming, golf and mountain biking.

Garden

There is extensive mature garden ground with a lawn and pond to the front of the property and a gravel driveway while to the rear is a large patio, flower bed, greenhouse, garden shed and poly-tunnel.  There is an additional fruit and vegetable garden located beside the garage and workshop. 

Parking

There is a traditional timber gated entrance with a gravel driveway leading to the garage and workshop.

Fixtures and Fittings

The fitted carpets, blinds, light fittings, cooker, Rayburn, fridge/freezer, dish washer, Poly-tunnel, greenhouse and garden shed are included in the sale.

Services

There is a septic tank, LPG central heating, double glazing and 18 solar panels.

The photo-voltaic solar power system which was installed in 2010 is registered with Scottish Power’s ‘feed-in-tariff’ system. This registration is transferable to the new owners. The system has generated an average of over 2000 units per annum which results in income at the current rate of 56 pence per unit (Index linked). In addition, there is a saving in electricity charges.

Interested parties are advised to request their own solicitor to note interest with us as soon as possible after viewing. The Seller shall not be bound to accept the highest or any offer. These particulars do not form part of any contract and the statements or plans contained herein are not warranted nor to scale. Approximate measurements have been taken by sonic device at the widest point. Services and appliances have not been tested for efficiency or safety and no warranty is given as to their compliance with any Regulations. Only offers using the Combined Standard Clauses will be considered. Offers received not using these clauses will be responded to by deletion of the non-standard Clause and replaced with the Combined Standard Clauses.

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