Elegance and charm in Peebles

This week’s property of the week is superb example of a traditional semi-detached whinstone Victorian villa in the much sought-after Tweeddale town of Peebles.

By Kevin Janiak
Monday, 15th February 2021, 3:34 pm
The property has a good south-facing private garden.

The dwelling at 24 Crossland Crescent has been extended and sympathetically upgraded to retain the timeless elegance of the Victorian era.

Of particular note are the many original features evident throughout and the large dining kitchen, designed to maximise on natural light.

Externally the property benefits from a walled garden, south facing to the rear and a driveway providing ample off-street parking.

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One of the home's three bedrooms.

The impressive kitchen-diner has bi-fold glazed doors, which open out to the private garden and rear patio.

Both spacious public rooms on the ground floor have open fires. The sitting room includes a large bay window and ornate cornice, while the living room has a large walk-in cupboard.

The hallway and staircase, with traditional wooden ballustrade is a great focal point, and includes a cloakroom with WC and basin.

Upstairs, the bathroom is at the top of the first flight, with an over-bath shower.

And on the next floor are three double bedrooms.

The walled garden with a southerly aspect to the rear is fully enclosed.

It’s predominantly laid to lawn, but there is also a vegetable patch and paved patio, with two timber sheds.

The property has gas central heating, with partial sash and casement double-glazed windows, and the outer storm doors provide access to the entrance vestibule.

This excelle nt property , which could be yours for £395,000, is based within easy reach of the capital, and enjoys good public transport links to both Edinburgh and the rest of the Scottish Borders.

To book a viewing, p lease contact agents Cullen Kilshaw, Peebles branch, on 01721 532913 and an appointment will be arranged.