We do try hard to find interesting properties that are affordable alongside the big name houses. This 1960s Nimbus three-bedroom modernist property in Melrose, Scottish Borders obviously falls into that category.
Dating back to an unknown years in the 1960s (and designed by an unnamed architect), is nestles amounts the trees in an elevated position above the town, but at the same time, only a short walk from that town.
It’s very much of its era both inside and out, although the interior has certainly been given something a retro makeover to fit in with its original era. We do like the end result, which works well with the wood panels and exposed brickwork.
As for space, well there’s a good amount outside, as it sits in a third of an acre. Inside, you’ll find three bedrooms, a bathroom, a sitting room with dining area, a kitchen, and a dining hall/family area. Part of that outside space is taken up with woodland, three levels of decking, a monobloc parking area to the rear for two to three cars and space for a double garage or carport, subject to the necessary permissions.
All of that is yours for around £249,995.