Watch PropertyThe Hall, Scott Crescent Galashiels TD1 3JU
Terraced Villa - Asking Price £280,000
An unexpected find: this period property sits in a central position within the busy town, but behind the unassuming frontage offers beautifully presented accommodation with a hint of grandeur, original features and a charming walled garden. The former Hall was built originally in 1796, with the Grade B listing being converted some years later into two residential dwellings. The Hall provides excellent living space for a family or for entertaining; with a bright dual aspect sitting room quietly overlooking the garden with floor to ceiling windows, a large dining room with open fire, and a comfortable family room opening off the kitchen, all interlinked by a generous reception hall. The kitchen itself is bright and well designed to allow plenty cupboards and counterpace, with a feature Range Master cooker and space for further appliances and a dining table. The four bedrooms are all well-appointed doubles, with the master particularly pleasant and luxuriously proportioned with feature fireplace and sunny dual aspect overlooking the garden and church spire beyond it. There is no shortage of storage or workspace throughout the property; with a study area from the hall and the benefit of both an integral garage, ideal as a workshop, and large cellar, as well as various outhouses for further garden storage. The property has been a much loved family home providing perfectly for a growing family, and the historical spot would make a versatile property for those with visitors who need impressive entertaining and hosting space! BSPC Ref: 23766.
- Space - A traditional property means well-proportioned rooms, excellent ceiling height and space!
- Position - Central for the town’s amenities, catchment for St Peter’s Primary school, local rail interchange, shops and leisure facilities are all within walking distance – making it ideal for couples, families and retirees alike.
- Garden - A beautiful walled garden lies to the rear, with screening from sheltering trees and views towards the nearby church, it’s a charming and mature garden perfect for pottering or playing!
- Versatile - The accommodation allows for flexible use, whether it be work hobby or hosting family or friends, the three large reception rooms and four bedrooms are easily adaptable to suit various uses and needs.
- Unique - The listed building has no end of unique and beautifully restored features, including the Georgian fireplace in the dining room, plaster cornicing and coving and the beautiful stained oak staircase.