Kirkwell House is a traditional detached Baronial villa in an elevated position on the northern edge of Duns and enjoying extensive outlooks to the Cheviots.

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The house, which is listed (Category B) is a former Rectory and dates from the late 1800s

The well-appointed family-sized accommodation includes the sitting room, dining room, breakfast room, kitchen, conservatory/utility room, cloakroom, stores, master bedroom with en suite bathroom and dressing room/potential fifth bedroom, three further double bedrooms and family bathroom.

The house has good storage space, including a part-floored attic with loft ladder access.

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There is an Adams fireplace in the sitting room and fittings in both the kitchen and breakfast room have limed oak and walnut units with some corian surfaces. Kirkwell House has gas-fired central heating.
The spacious garden includes lawns, flower beds, vegetable and fruit borders. There is a detached double garage along with ample off-road car parking space.

Duns is a popular Borders town with a good range of amenities, including a modern high school, primary school, GP practice, shops, sporting and recreational facilities. The surrounding countryside is noted for its scenic beauty and wildlife. The rugged east coast is within easy reach, as is Berwick-upon-Tweed with its main line railway station.