4 Bed Other  For Sale  Selkirk  Scottish Borders  TD7   - £139,500

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A rare opportunity has arisen to acquire this converted spinning and weaving mill. The property briefly comprises an entrance porch, spacious welcoming hall with storage cupboard under the stairs, living room with feature gas fire, fully fitted kitchen and separate good sized utility room, dining room which at present is being used as a gym/study, WC and an additional cloakroom which concludes the accomodation on the ground floor. First floor accommodation comprises of three double bedrooms and one single bedroom, all with large windows flooding the rooms with natural light. Three piece part-tiled bathroom and a separate part-tiled shower room.

Externally there is a fully enclosed garden to the side of the property and ample on street parking to the front.

The property further benefits from gas central heating throughout and double glazed window units to ensure a cosy yet cost effective living environment. included in the sale: all floor coverings, light fittings and fixtures, cooker and hood.
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