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Parkview is a three bedroomed house over looking the delightful Gibson Park in the heart of the historic town of Melrose. It has a spacious layout downstairs comprising of a modern kitchen, W.C and a lounge/dining room, which can be used by six people with ease. Upstairs there are three well proportioned ,comfortable and stylish bedrooms, with open views across Melrose and the majestic Eildon hills, serviced by a family bathroom.The house has private parking and the location means a very easy stroll home from the town and everything it has to offer.
Next to the house there are great facilities for families which include two very well equipped play parks and for the more athletic why not have a game of tennis on one of the three all weather floodlit courts only 40 meters away.
Being only 2 minutes walk from the center of town we are in Melrose unlike a lot of Properties claiming to be
Melrose is the jewel in the crown of the Scottish borders.
One of the most picturesque town in Scotland
Whether the reasonbe to scale the nearby Eildon Hills, watch rugby being played on the hallowed turf of the famous greenyards ground or simply browsing round some of the town's superb shops and enjoying a coffee or meal in one of its many cafe's,restaurants and hotels Melrose is always worth a visit.
Melrose is a small ancient mercat town with so much to see and do.You can visit the magnificent ruins of Melrose Abbey,final resting place of the embalmed heart of Scotland's greatest king Robert the Bruce.
Or why not enjoy a round of golf or a spot of fishing on the Tweed one of Scotland top Salmon rivers
The great thing about Melrose is that it can be enjoyed on foot everything can be minutes in each direction.The town still hold its small town market atmosphere and hasn't been affected by large high street stores or supermarkets.
The town attracts visitors from around the world and across the borders ,with its quaint streets being in the shadow of the abbey and looked down on by the Majestic Eildons. it reminds us of a gentler time and not to be missed.