A commanding stone house which was once a Manse to the neighbouring church, one of several denominations in old Dunse, now converted to dwellings. A simple, yet grand, sandstone house under a natural slate roof which cleverly has the main facade of the house facing south into the private garden and with wonderful views. The house although in need of a little upgrading however, has many original period features which include 6-panel pine doors, elegant staircase, sash & case windows, high ceilings, some original fireplaces and the most redeeming feature of all is probably the stunning views from the front windows over the walled private garden and the rooftops of Duns toward The Cheviot Hills. This Category 'C' Listed Building is bright and spacious and although the rear backs onto the street it was built to be practical with the garage, yards, coal house and access to the boot room / utility room, all to the rear of the property. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the beauty of the simple symmetry and the potential this secretly stunning house has to offer.