Property: Galashiels house in ideal location for families – Border Telegraph

A FORMER Borders manse house is on the market with a guide price of more than £500,000.
St John’s in Galashiels is available with a guide price of £525,000 is in “one of the most sought after” parts of the town.
The five-bedroom house is a corner plot and has a dining room, sitting room and lounge.
Property agent Cullen Kilshaw Galashiels said: “St John’s is an attractive former manse house, situated on a corner plot in one of the most sought after areas of Galashiels.
“This impressive detached dwelling boasts generous accommodation, featuring three public rooms and five bedrooms, perfectly suited to those searching for a character family home, retaining many period features and presented throughout in very good order.
“It is also well situated for the nearby St Peter’s Primary School and is within comfortable reach of the town centre.
“Surrounded by secluded private gardens, the property also boasts a garage and a drive.”
For more information and to book a viewing, click here.
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