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6 bed house

Langbank Steading and Garden Cottage, Swinton

listed on 2020-08-18  Hastings Legal   

A magnificent re-birth of a 17th century property, Langbank Steading and Garden Cottage offers a masterclass in restorative excellence and effortless country elegance…. If ever there was a dream home, this is it; in a perfectly picturesque setting with open south facing views and endless opportunity – grand design meets country living in this restored former mill; with character and a high-specification finish designed for 21st century lifestyles – a two-home opportunity not to be missed.

11 bed house

Renton House, Grantshouse

listed on 2020-03-06  Hastings Legal   

Nestled into a woodland setting, this characterful mansion boasts charm throughout with impressive accommodation spread across four floors offering a diverse and flexible layout. This Grade A property lies within seven acres of land and oozes potential. A detached outbuilding could be converted into additional accommodation or perhaps a workshop or studio.

house

Development Opportunity

listed on 2020-03-12  Edwin Thompson   

Location An exciting re-development opportunity to the West of Duns town centre. Duns is the county town of Berwickshire serving a relatively wide rural area. It is a traditional market town providing good range of local facilities and services including primary and secondary schooling, a variety of independent shops, banking services, public houses, restaurants, veterinary surgery, police station, garden centre, library, fire station, council and housing association offices. The area boasts a range of attractions including Duns Castle, a number of stately homes, the annual Common Riding and the Jim Clark Museum. The surrounding countryside including the Lammermuir Hills provides some spectacular scenery and some excellent terrain for a range of outdoor pursuits. Other recreational facilities in the area include a swimming pool, a gym, and adjoining children’s play centre and golf driving range, 18-hole golf course, squash courts, all weather astro-surface pitches and a range of sports clubs. Duns is situated approximately forty five miles south of the city of Edinburgh, forty eight miles from Newcastle-upon-Tyne each with an international airport. Access is readily available to the main line east coast rail service with a station at Berwick-upon-Tweed located approximately fifteen miles east. The Opportunity An attractive Victorian Primary School, together with associated grounds extending to approximately 2.764 Ha (6.83 acres) or thereby in a relatively elevated south facing position with views over open countryside out to the Cheviot Hills in the distance. The site is accessed off the A6105 (Langtongate). The former School House is in separate ownership and does not form part of the sale. There is a heritable and irredeemable right of access over the area etched in blue in favour of the owners of the Former School House and their successors as shown etched in green on the site plan. The site is available as a whole or as two separate Lots. Lot 1: The Former Primary School. 0.304 ha (0.75 acre) Works have recently been completed to demolish and clear the more modern extensions retaining the original Victorian structure with attractive symmetrical façade to the front of the site. The building is of traditional sandstone construction under pitched roofs clad in Welsh slate. Lot 2: Former playing fields zoned for ‘Re-Development’. 2.460 ha (6.08 acres) A regular shaped greenfield development site previously occupied as playing fields. John Duns Scotus Way runs along the south of the site which provides links to Duns Park and the town centre to the east, with a board walked footpath to the east passing along the southern boundary of Berwickshire High School connecting to Clockmill to the West. Planning The site is zoned for redevelopment in the 2016 Local Development Plan for ‘Re-Development’ under site reference RDUNS002. Policy PMD3: Land Use Allocations of the Scottish Borders Local Development Plan states ‘Sites proposed for redevelopment or mixed use may be developed for a variety of uses subject to other local plan policies.’ A Planning brief has been prepared for the site. This focusses on potential redevelopment for housing, A copy of the report is available upon request. Other uses may be considered. The Buildings are not Listed but the site is within the town’s conservation Area. Interested parties are advised to consult the Planning and Building Standards Sections. Site conditions The purchaser/ developer will be responsible for any assessment of ground conditions. Services The former school is connected to mains water, electricity, gas and foul and surface water drainage systems. It is therefore assumed that all mains services are available adjacent to the site. However, interested parties are advised to rely upon their own enquiries. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to determine the exact position of existing services and to arrange for any modification/connection of these to the development in consultation with the relevant services providers. Tenure Absolute Ownership Method of Sale The site is offered for sale as a whole with vacant possession by Private Treaty. Value Added Tax Any prices are exclusive of VAT. The subjects are not understood to be elected to VAT. Offers Offers should include: The identity of the purchasers; the price offered; source of funds; clear details of any conditions attached to the offer; proposed timescale for conclusion of missives, completion and payment. Offers should be addressed to: Chief Legal Officer Scottish Borders Council Council Headquarters Newtown St Boswells Melrose TD6 OSA A copy of the offer should also be faxed to 01896 758883. A closing date may be set for offers. Please note that only those parties who formally notify their interest will be informed of the closing date. Interested parties are advised to notify the selling agents of their interest as soon as possible. The sellers reserve the right to sell privately and are not bound to accept the highest or indeed any offer. Viewing By appointment with the sole agents. Edwin Thompson, Chartered Surveyors 76 Overhaugh Street Galashiels TD1 1DP Tel. 01896 751300 Fax. 01896 758883 E-mail: s.sanderson@edwin-thompson.co.uk

4 bed detached house

Acorn Lodge, Whitsomehill, Near Duns, TD11

listed on 2020-07-28  Rettie   

STUNNING CONTEMPORARY HOME IN PRIVATE RURAL LOCATION WITH BREATH-TAKING VIEWS. Acorn Lodge is a contemporary and stylish 418m2/4500Sq Ft, modern detached family house situated in a particularly stunning part of the Scottish Borders. The property is in excellent condition inside and out and benefits from superb southerly views over the surrounding countryside to the Cheviot Hills, beautiful garden grounds, a summer house, ample parking and a detached garage. Acorn Lodge lies only 15 minutes from Berwick upon Tweed which offers a main line railway services to Edinburgh (45 mins), Newcastle (45 mins) and London (3 hrs 40 mins). The property offers top-of-the-range fibre broadband capabilities allowing interested parties to comfortably work from home. Ground Floor - Reception Hall, Living Room, Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room, Snug/Family Room, Study, Home Office, Utility Room/Back Kitchen, Shower Room. First Floor - Master Bedroom Suite, 4 Further Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Family Shower Room, Heated Airing Room. Garden Grounds - Driveway, Mature Garden Grounds, Detached Garage, Patio, Summer House, Garden Shed, Stunning Southerly Views. Mileage - Berwick upon Tweed 10 Miles, Edinburgh 50 miles, Duns 6 miles. Outside Space - Acorn Lodge is approached from the side elevation, via a gravelled driveway, through woodland where it leads to ample parking. There is also a secondary driveway that leads to the rear and a detached garage. The gardens provide excellent amenity and are mainly to the front (south) and side (west) elevations. The front garden is laid to lawn, with a large timber summerhouse and leading directly from the front of the house is a raised decked area, ideal for al fresco dining. Situation - Acorn Lodge is situated in a beautiful rural setting, with outstanding southerly views over surrounding farmland to the Cheviot Hills. The property lies just outside the village of Whitsome which benefits from a thriving village hall incorporating a village shop/post office. The bustling market town of Duns is approximately 6 miles away and offers an excellent range of local amenities and schooling, together with a community hospital. 10 miles east of Acorn Lodge is the historic market town of Berwick-upon-Tweed which offers an excellent range of facilities and amenities with a good selection of local and national shops and five supermarkets including M&S Food. There are a wealth of cafes and restaurants with the Maltings Theatre & Cinema offering a wide choice of top-class entertainment. In addition, there is a good choice of doctors and dental surgeries, as well as the local hospital. There are well-thought-of local schools for all ages nearby, including Longridge Towers, a well-respected independent school, Swinton primary school, and Berwickshire High School. The pretty and popular town of Kelso, with the stunning Floors Castle is within easy reach and offers further amenities and recreational facilities. Beyond the local area is a range of popular attractions including historic castles and villages dotted along the outstandingly beautiful coastline, the renowned Holy Island, the Cheviot Hills and other popular market towns such as Melrose, St Boswells and Coldstream. The nearby A1 trunk road provides easy, commutable access to Newcastle Upon Tyne and Edinburgh, with Berwick's mainline train station offering quick and effective transport up and down the East Coast of the country. Edinburgh or Newcastle Upon Tyne international airports are both just over an hour's drive from Acorn Lodge. Directions - From the A1 take the turning signposted for Paxton and Kelso (B6416). Follow the road for approx 7 miles and then take the right hand turning (B6437) signposted for Whitsome. Travel up the hill and the turning into Whitsome Hill and Acorn Lodge can be found on the right. What3words - agent.open.unfocused Council Tax - Band H. EPC - Band C (Rating 76).

house

Development Opportunity

listed on 2020-03-12  Edwin Thompson   

Location An exciting re-development opportunity to the West of Duns town centre. Duns is the county town of Berwickshire serving a relatively wide rural area. It is a traditional market town providing good range of local facilities and services including primary and secondary schooling, a variety of independent shops, banking services, public houses, restaurants, veterinary surgery, police station, garden centre, library, fire station, council and housing association offices. The area boasts a range of attractions including Duns Castle, a number of stately homes, the annual Common Riding and the Jim Clark Museum. The surrounding countryside including the Lammermuir Hills provides some spectacular scenery and some excellent terrain for a range of outdoor pursuits. Other recreational facilities in the area include a swimming pool, a gym, and adjoining children’s play centre and golf driving range, 18-hole golf course, squash courts, all weather astro-surface pitches and a range of sports clubs. Duns is situated approximately forty five miles south of the city of Edinburgh, forty eight miles from Newcastle-upon-Tyne each with an international airport. Access is readily available to the main line east coast rail service with a station at Berwick-upon-Tweed located approximately fifteen miles east. The Opportunity An attractive Victorian Primary School, together with associated grounds extending to approximately 2.764 Ha (6.83 acres) or thereby in a relatively elevated south facing position with views over open countryside out to the Cheviot Hills in the distance. The site is accessed off the A6105 (Langtongate). The former School House is in separate ownership and does not form part of the sale. There is a heritable and irredeemable right of access over the area etched in blue in favour of the owners of the Former School House and their successors as shown etched in green on the site plan. The site is available as a whole or as two separate Lots. Lot 1: The Former Primary School. 0.304 ha (0.75 acre) Works have recently been completed to demolish and clear the more modern extensions retaining the original Victorian structure with attractive symmetrical façade to the front of the site. The building is of traditional sandstone construction under pitched roofs clad in Welsh slate. Lot 2: Former playing fields zoned for ‘Re-Development’. 2.460 ha (6.08 acres) A regular shaped greenfield development site previously occupied as playing fields. John Duns Scotus Way runs along the south of the site which provides links to Duns Park and the town centre to the east, with a board walked footpath to the east passing along the southern boundary of Berwickshire High School connecting to Clockmill to the West. Planning The site is zoned for redevelopment in the 2016 Local Development Plan for ‘Re-Development’ under site reference RDUNS002. Policy PMD3: Land Use Allocations of the Scottish Borders Local Development Plan states ‘Sites proposed for redevelopment or mixed use may be developed for a variety of uses subject to other local plan policies.’ A Planning brief has been prepared for the site. This focusses on potential redevelopment for housing, A copy of the report is available upon request. Other uses may be considered. The Buildings are not Listed but the site is within the town’s conservation Area. Interested parties are advised to consult the Planning and Building Standards Sections. Site conditions The purchaser/ developer will be responsible for any assessment of ground conditions. Services The former school is connected to mains water, electricity, gas and foul and surface water drainage systems. It is therefore assumed that all mains services are available adjacent to the site. However, interested parties are advised to rely upon their own enquiries. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to determine the exact position of existing services and to arrange for any modification/connection of these to the development in consultation with the relevant services providers. Tenure Absolute Ownership Method of Sale The site is offered for sale as a whole with vacant possession by Private Treaty. Value Added Tax Any prices are exclusive of VAT. The subjects are not understood to be elected to VAT. Offers Offers should include: The identity of the purchasers; the price offered; source of funds; clear details of any conditions attached to the offer; proposed timescale for conclusion of missives, completion and payment. Offers should be addressed to: Chief Legal Officer Scottish Borders Council Council Headquarters Newtown St Boswells Melrose TD6 OSA A copy of the offer should also be faxed to 01896 758883. A closing date may be set for offers. Please note that only those parties who formally notify their interest will be informed of the closing date. Interested parties are advised to notify the selling agents of their interest as soon as possible. The sellers reserve the right to sell privately and are not bound to accept the highest or indeed any offer. Viewing By appointment with the sole agents. Edwin Thompson, Chartered Surveyors 76 Overhaugh Street Galashiels TD1 1DP Tel. 01896 751300 Fax. 01896 758883 E-mail: s.sanderson@edwin-thompson.co.uk

5 bed detached house

4-5 bedroom house for sale in Chirnside, Duns, Berwickshire, TD11

listed on 2020-08-16  Knight Frank   

A little more about the property Peaceful family house with 2/3 reception rooms • sun room • 4/5 bedrooms • 4 bath/shower rooms • kitchen • utility room Garage block Beautiful, expansive views of Cheviot Hills from the house and garden Large, private, mature garden In all about 3.46 acres For sale as a whole Ninewells House is a house of great charm and character in a beautiful country setting. Built almost 28 years ago on the site of an old house (visited on occasion by the well-known 18th century philosopher David Hume), it is a substantial, detached, south facing house with a private position in the centre of its own garden and grounds. It has been very well looked after and has been up-graded in recent years. It provides extensive family accommodation and, by virtue of its open aspect, benefits from a wonderfully light and bright atmosphere. Of particular note is the well-proportioned bedroom and bathroom accommodation and the sizeable reception rooms, which allows the house to be flexible in its configuration with up to five bedrooms and four bathrooms; the conservatory adds another dimension. (See floor plans for room layout and dimensions.) Ninewells House is largely hidden from view by a perimeter belt of mature trees and shrubs that extends much of the way around the house, save to the south where the views are spectacular. The tarmac drive leads to a block-paved carriage circle. Around the house are some wonderful specimen trees including Yew and Lime. Much of the garden is down to lawn, complimented by mature shrubbery and recently established flowerbeds. On the south side of the house are beautiful rose beds providing a terrific display of colour. On the west side of the house is a vegetable garden. Outbuildings Lying to the north west of the house is the double garage. This includes a rod room (and WC) and a lawnmower shed. There is a separate tool shed, as well as a greenhouse. Subject to obtaining the necessary consents, the garage could be converted to create useful secondary accommodation. Property type House Land 3.46 acres (1.40 hectares) Tenure Freehold Amenities 4-5 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 2 Reception Rooms 3.46 acres / 1.40 hectares Detached Garden Rural Private Parking

6 bed terraced house

Main Street, Swinton, Berwickshire, TD11

listed on 2020-09-25  Rettie   

SUBSTANTIAL PERIOD HOME IN DELIGHTFUL VILLAGE SETTING. 25/27 Main Street is a large 5 bedroom, 3 public room terraced house situated in a particularly beautiful part of the Scottish Borders, in the village of Swinton. The property offers generous and well-presented accommodation over 2 principal levels, off road parking for two vehicles, a wonderful and sunny private patio and beautiful garden grounds. Accommodation Comprises Ground Floor - Reception Hall, Living Room, Kitchen, Sunroom, Master Bedroom with En-Suite. Granny Flat - 1 Bedroom, Shower Room, Large Storage Cupboard. First Floor - 3 Further Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Family Shower Room, Sitting Room/Bedroom 6. Garden Grounds - Driveway, Off-Street Parking, Patio, 2 Large Outbuildings, Garden Grounds. Distances - Duns 5 miles, Berwick Railway Station 12 miles, Coldstream 6 miles, Edinburgh 44 miles (all distances are approximate). Description - 25/27 Main Street is a traditional 5/6 bedroom terraced house which is beautifully presented and in good condition throughout. The property occupies a prominent position, overlooking the village green and is arranged over ground and first floors. The house is accessed off Main Street and into a welcoming reception hallway. From here the accommodation flows naturally from room to room, starting with the family living room. The living room is a comfortable space with a large multi-fuel stove positioned under a wooden mantle acting as the focal point of the room. The living room connects naturally with the kitchen and sunroom beyond. The kitchen offers an excellent range of wall and base units, with high quality free standing appliances. There is a mixture of polished granite and varnished wooden counter tops which offers ample preparation space for cooking. Beyond the kitchen is the sunroom, currently used as a dining room, the sunroom could have a variety of uses depending on requirements. The sunroom also offers direct access outside to the patio and garden beyond. There are two bedrooms on the ground floor. What is considered the master bedroom which offers a generous en-suite bathroom with free standing shower. The master also offers a range of fitted wardrobes. On the other side of the house is the annex. The annex also has a variety of uses as it could be integral to the main body of the property or used as a granny flat/income generating bedroom. This bedroom has its own separate access and is supported by a shower room. A stair from the reception hallway leads to the first floor landing and most of the bedroom accommodation. There are three comfortable double bedrooms off the landing, bedroom 5 offering a bank of fitted wardrobes. All three bedrooms are supported by a family bathroom with free standing shower and a separate family shower room. The upstairs sitting room is currently being used a bedroom 6 by the current owner but could have a number of uses depending on requirements. Garden Grounds - This impressive family home is supported by an attractive and well-kept garden and patio. The patio is a large decked area which enjoys sunshine all afternoon and into the evening. It also offers access to two large outbuildings. A stair off the patio raises to the garden grounds. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and is interspersed with mature fruit trees. It has mature borders and is child/dog friendly and secure. GENERAL REMARKS What3words - tanked.whom.undercuts Tenure - Freehold Listing and Conservation - Please be aware, 25/27 Main Street is not listed, but is in a conservation area. Services - Oil fired central heating. Mains electricity, water and drainage. Council Tax - Band E Energy Efficiency Rating - Band Local Authority - Scottish Borders Council - Telephone: 01835 824 000.

5 bed house

Dunvegan, Grantshouse, Duns, TD11

listed on 2019-10-06  McEwan Fraser Legal   

Dunvegan provides spacious and flexible accommodation which makes for a wonderful family home or holiday home given all that it's within easy reach of locally and further afield via the A1 and main railway line, currently Dunbar is the closest station, but future plans to reopen a local rail station at Reston are anticipated in the near future. Internally, the property has oak flooring throughout most of the public space in the accommodation and comprises: Vestibule, welcoming entrance hall, WC, large storage cupboard and two bedrooms either side of the hallway, both bedrooms are generous in size with ample space for furnishings and each hosts an en-suite bathroom for convenience and ideal for guest accommodation. To the first floor is the open plan living space, accessed from a double door, this wonderful open plan space takes in a large family lounge space with accompanying balcony, and impressive views, this space flows into the dining kitchen that has been finished to an exacting standard and the perfect space for entertaining large groups. The large dining kitchen also enjoys the delightful outlook and includes an impressive marble-topped prep island, tiled flooring and ample wall and floor mounted units topped with plenty of accompanying worktop space which is sure to appeal to any aspiring chef, a large cupboard space completes this level. Access to the rear garden is from the split-level on the stairways between the middle and top floor, from which is the mature back garden and the raised decking area, perfect for barbecues. To the top floor, the accommodation on this level consists of the large master bedroom with en-suite 3 piece bathroom and large built-in wardrobe, adjacent is the family bathroom, with a further large double bedroom, perfect for the family and with ample space for furnishings, with a smaller bedroom but still good in size completing the accommodation. Externally private gardens can be found on the side and rear of the property, with space to the side sufficient to house a single garage if required. The property further benefits from double glazed windows, oil heating and an insulated attic space which is sure to make this a cosy yet cost-effective home. Extras (Included in the sale): All fixtures, fittings, carpets, curtains and kitchen appliances.

4 bed detached house

Beech House, Swinton

listed on 2020-06-21  Hastings Legal   

A period property with endless character and possibility….. Beech House, Swinton is an impressive stone built property with a woodland backdrop, colourful garden and a wonderful history! Dating back to 1890, the detached property was formerly the village police house, and has been upgraded over the years to host a comfortable four bedroom family home with three spacious public rooms, excellent storage throughout, and scope to refine to a purchasers own requirement and tastes.

5 bed detached house

GrantshouseDuns TD11 3RW

Detached House 2 Reception Rooms Breakfasting Kitchen Study/Office 5 Bedrooms Many Original Features Gardens & Garage Home Report Valuation - £325,000 EPC BAND - E Kirkside is a spacious and very charming detached stone built Victorian former Manse which offers well proportioned & well-presented family living accommodation. The property boasts a number of original features including ceiling cornice, working shutters, attractive fireplaces & a tiled hallway, uPVC double glazing and oil central heating, There is a good sized, mainly lawned garden to the front with a sizeable outbuilding/garage which could subject to required permissions, be converted to a granny annexe or gym. Ideally located for commuting either North or South , Grantshouse is approx. 9 miles from Duns , 17 miles north of Berwick upon Tweed and 13 miles south of Dunbar, both are served with mainline railways stations. (Edinburgh 40 mins from Berwick, 20 mins from Dunbar) Edinburgh is approx. 40 miles away and easy access to A1 from Grantshouse. Viewing is strictly by appointment only.

3 bed bungalow

The Whitsome - Everly Meadow, Swinton, Berwickshire, TD11

listed on 2020-04-02  Rettie   

COMING SOON The Whitsome is a bright 3 bedroom bungalow designed to reflect the architectural style of the Berwickshire village of Swinton. The home is perfectly suited for a couple who wish to live in this quiet rural village. The Whitsome includes an entrance porch, hallway leading to the lounge, south facing kitchen/dining and three bedrooms. There is a bright family bathroom and master en-suite and the kitchen/dining room has patio doors leading out to the garden. Depending on the time of reservation, there is the ability to bespoke the internal layout and specification of your home. The Whitsome has a large, private garden with wraps around this home and the grounds include a gravel driveway. Bungalow style home Large garden Spectacular dining/kitchen Ability to bespoke your home Tiling to bathroom Accommodation of approximately 125 sq ms To register your interest, contact our New Homes Sales Team 01890 230125 everlymeadow@rettie.co.uk Images are CGI for demonstrative purposes only.

3 bed detached house

The Coach House, Longformacus, Duns, TD11

listed on 2020-09-23  Rettie   

The Coach house is a delightful 127 sq m detached three-bedroom property located within the pretty hamlet known as Rathburne. This property offers lovely, free flowing accommodation and enjoys a peaceful and rural setting with attractive views. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Kitchen/dining area, sitting room, two bedrooms, family shower room. First Floor: Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom Garden Grounds: Enclosed rear garden, gravelled driveway Distances: Edinburgh 36 miles, Duns 7 miles, Berwick Railway Terminus 22 miles (All distances are approximate)

4 bed detached house

Market Square , Duns , TD11 3BX

listed on 2019-03-28  J D Clark & Allan   

This impressive town house enjoying a central location overlooking the town’s Market Square presents a rare opportunity to acquire a substantial family home of character with the added bonus of office/workspace facilities or even a potential granny annexe in the form of a detached building to the rear. The house itself has retained some lovely period features such as decorative cornices, cast iron balustrades, some working shutters etc and affords extremely spacious and flexible accommodation over five floors as follows:- Basement: Three main rooms with storage recesses off Ground Floor: Entrance Hallway, Office, Laundry/Pantry and WC First floor: Family Room, Sitting Room, Dining Kitchen and Bathroom. Second Floor: 4 double Bedrooms and Shower Room. Attic Floor: 2 double Bedrooms and Boiler Room/Store A gated area to the rear with CCTV cameras provides secure parking for up to five vehicles along with a sunny, paved patio area.

house plus land for sale

Development Opportunity

listed on 2020-03-11  Edwin Thompson   

Location An exciting re-development opportunity to the West of Duns town centre. Duns is the county town of Berwickshire serving a relatively wide rural area. It is a traditional market town providing good range of local facilities and services including primary and secondary schooling, a variety of independent shops, banking services, public houses, restaurants, veterinary surgery, police station, garden centre, library, fire station, council and housing association offices. The area boasts a range of attractions including Duns Castle, a number of stately homes, the annual Common Riding and the Jim Clark Museum. The surrounding countryside including the Lammermuir Hills provides some spectacular scenery and some excellent terrain for a range of outdoor pursuits. Other recreational facilities in the area include a swimming pool, a gym, and adjoining children’s play centre and golf driving range, 18-hole golf course, squash courts, all weather astro-surface pitches and a range of sports clubs. Duns is situated approximately forty five miles south of the city of Edinburgh, forty eight miles from Newcastle-upon-Tyne each with an international airport. Access is readily available to the main line east coast rail service with a station at Berwick-upon-Tweed located approximately fifteen miles east. The Opportunity An attractive Victorian Primary School, together with associated grounds extending to approximately 2.764 Ha (6.83 acres) or thereby in a relatively elevated south facing position with views over open countryside out to the Cheviot Hills in the distance. The site is accessed off the A6105 (Langtongate). The former School House is in separate ownership and does not form part of the sale. There is a heritable and irredeemable right of access over the area etched in blue in favour of the owners of the Former School House and their successors as shown etched in green on the site plan. The site is available as a whole or as two separate Lots. Lot 1: The Former Primary School. 0.304 ha (0.75 acre) Works have recently been completed to demolish and clear the more modern extensions retaining the original Victorian structure with attractive symmetrical façade to the front of the site. The building is of traditional sandstone construction under pitched roofs clad in Welsh slate. Lot 2: Former playing fields zoned for ‘Re-Development’. 2.460 ha (6.08 acres) A regular shaped greenfield development site previously occupied as playing fields. John Duns Scotus Way runs along the south of the site which provides links to Duns Park and the town centre to the east, with a board walked footpath to the east passing along the southern boundary of Berwickshire High School connecting to Clockmill to the West. Planning The site is zoned for redevelopment in the 2016 Local Development Plan for ‘Re-Development’ under site reference RDUNS002. Policy PMD3: Land Use Allocations of the Scottish Borders Local Development Plan states ‘Sites proposed for redevelopment or mixed use may be developed for a variety of uses subject to other local plan policies.’ A Planning brief has been prepared for the site. This focusses on potential redevelopment for housing, A copy of the report is available upon request. Other uses may be considered. The Buildings are not Listed but the site is within the town’s conservation Area. Interested parties are advised to consult the Planning and Building Standards Sections. Site conditions The purchaser/ developer will be responsible for any assessment of ground conditions. Services The former school is connected to mains water, electricity, gas and foul and surface water drainage systems. It is therefore assumed that all mains services are available adjacent to the site. However, interested parties are advised to rely upon their own enquiries. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to determine the exact position of existing services and to arrange for any modification/connection of these to the development in consultation with the relevant services providers. Tenure Absolute Ownership Method of Sale The site is offered for sale as a whole with vacant possession by Private Treaty. Value Added Tax Any prices are exclusive of VAT. The subjects are not understood to be elected to VAT. Offers Offers should include: The identity of the purchasers; the price offered; source of funds; clear details of any conditions attached to the offer; proposed timescale for conclusion of missives, completion and payment. Offers should be addressed to: Chief Legal Officer Scottish Borders Council Council Headquarters Newtown St Boswells Melrose TD6 OSA A copy of the offer should also be faxed to 01896 758883. A closing date may be set for offers. Please note that only those parties who formally notify their interest will be informed of the closing date. Interested parties are advised to notify the selling agents of their interest as soon as possible. The sellers reserve the right to sell privately and are not bound to accept the highest or indeed any offer. Viewing By appointment with the sole agents. Edwin Thompson, Chartered Surveyors 76 Overhaugh Street Galashiels TD1 1DP Tel. 01896 751300 Fax. 01896 758883 E-mail: s.sanderson@edwin-thompson.co.uk

3 bed detached house

Birkieknowe, The Row, Longformacus, TD11

listed on 2020-10-03  Rettie   

PRETTY 3-BEDROOM FAMILY HOME SET IN A PEACEFUL LOCATION A delightful detached 3-bedroom family home set in a peaceful location within the pretty village of Longformacus, just 7 miles from the thriving town of Duns and within a commutable distance of Edinburgh. Accommodation Comprises: Ground floor: Entrance hall, open plan kitchen/living room, dining room, principal bedroom with ensuite shower room. First floor: Two double bedrooms, family bathroom. Outside: Enclosed garden, coal shed, driveway, off-road parking. Edinburgh 37 miles Berwick-upon-Tweed 23 miles Kelso 21 miles Duns 7 miles (All distances are approximate) Situation: Birkieknowe sits in a peaceful location within the pretty village of Longformacus, around seven miles north of Duns, a thriving town which includes a golf course, swimming pool and good selection of shops, as well as both primary and secondary schooling, the latter having been built circa 2009. The village itself enjoys an active community life, with activities in the village hall, and is well placed for many country pursuits, such as fishing and hill walking, with the nearby Lammermuir Hills offering some stunning walks and views. Berwick-Upon-Tweed with its main line railway station is easily reached whilst, for the commuter, Edinburgh city centre as well as East Lothian towns such as Haddington are readily accessible. There are first class road links to Edinburgh (45 mins) and Newcastle (90 mins). Airports are a convenient drive away. For the sports enthusiast there is a wealth of opportunity with fishing, shooting, golf and hill walking in this most spectacular natural environment. The Borders offer excellent riding facilities, local point to points and hunting with the Jedforest, Buccleuch and Lauderdale Hunts.

4 bed detached house

Teindhill Villa Teindhillgreen Duns TD11 3DX

listed on 2020-09-19  Paris Steele   

Handsome C Listed four bedroom detached villa with period features including working shutters and cornicing, and boasting delightful gardens and garage for off-street parking.  This superb family home  has been brought to the market in excellent decorative order and is not  one to miss. The generous accommodation is arranged over two floors and at ground level comprises welcoming entrance hall with useful understair cupboard, elegant south facing sitting room with feature wall, shelved press cupboard and striking fireplace with multi fuel stove. Also at this level is the spacious dining room, contemporary kitchen with lovely shaker style cabinetry with oak work tops, Range master dual fuel cooker and door providing access to the side garden.  In addition, there is a bedroom/study and shower room  with a W.C and white two piece suite at this level. Stairs lead to the upper floor accommodation which comprises three  double bedrooms together with a W.C with white two piece suite, grey vanity unit and Velux window. Worthy of special mention are the delightful gardens which comprise a walled garden with several patios, lawns together with a wild garden with deep beds and fruit trees. The front garden has been laid to lawn with flower beds around.  There is a detached garage for off-street parking. In summary this is a must-see property and early viewing is recommended. This property  located in the heart of Duns which has good educational and recreational facilities including primary and secondary schools, a swimming pool, tennis courts, 18 hole golf course, library, various speciality shops and walks and nature reserve within the grounds of Duns Castle and is home to the classical Edwardian Mansion at Manderston. Edinburgh is 45 miles away with the main East Coast rail line at Berwick upon Tweed some 15 miles away.

3 bed detached house

59 Main Street, Swinton

listed on 2020-07-23  Hastings Legal   

This nicely presented, detached house is situated within this established village, offering bright and spacious accommodation. Having been recently modernised and refreshed throughout, the accommodation includes an open-plan kitchen and dining room as well as a bright lounge featuring a multi-fuel stove. Externally, the beautifully landscaped gardens are generous in size with a detached single car garage and adjoining sun room.

3 bed house

Allanton, Duns, TD11

listed on 2020-10-09  Rettie   

Blackadder End is a beautiful 85 sq m three bedroom grade C listed character cottage which has been successful extended and tastefully refurbished throughout. The property occupies a central position within the popular village of Allanton and benefits from an attached garage and a large enclosed rear garden. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Entrance Hall, Living Room, Kitchen, Cloakroom First Floor: Landing, Master Bedroom, Bedroom 2, Bedroom 3, Shower Room Exterior: Mature Rear Garden, Single Garage Distances: Duns 6 miles, Berwick upon Tweed Train Station 9 miles, Edinburgh 45 miles (All distances are approximate).

3 bed semi-detached house

2 Edington Mill Cottages, Duns, TD11

listed on 2019-11-12  McEwan Fraser Legal   

An excellent opportunity has arisen to acquire this unique three bedroom semi-detached cottage, making for an ideal family home located within the vicinity of the peaceful Scottish Borders town of Chirnside. Viewing of this property is highly recommended. Internally this accommodation is in excellent decorative order, while briefly consisting of on the ground floor: entrance vestibule, an internal hallway with a two-piece WC, a bright and spacious lounge with a feature log burning stove and access to the conservatory through double patio doors, which also provides access to the rear garden and an open plan, partially tiled kitchen/diner with an original range cooker, a range of integrated appliances including a ceramic hob, extractor hood, double oven/grill and dishwasher as well as a utility room with storage cupboard and further access to the rear garden. On the first floor: landing with a linen cupboard as well as a Velux window, master bedroom with a built-in wardrobe, a storage cupboard and a three-piece, partially tiled en-suite shower-room with a double shower cubicle and an extractor fan and two further double bedrooms, one of which has a built-in wardrobe and a storage cupboard, while the other has a Velux window. There is a three-piece, partially tiled family bathroom with Velux window as well as a home office with a further Velux window offering optional use as a guest bedroom or a dressing room. This property also benefits from oil fired central heating system, timber framed double glazed windows and a private garden to the front as well as a secure split level rear garden with a patio area to the rear. There is car parking for residents, accommodating for residents and visitors alike, as well as the potential of erecting a garage if desired. Garden shed, summer house and all fixtures and fittings, including; blinds, curtains, light fittings, carpets and fitted floor coverings. Please note, other items may be available through separate negotiation.

3 bed house

The Heather Patch, 21 Duns Road, Swinton, TD11 3JB

listed on 2020-09-09  Melrose & Porteous   

**NOW SOLD** The Heather Patch, 21 Duns Road, Swinton, TD11 3JB 3 1 2 E E Property Ref: #7133 SOLD £265,000 prev next Property Information Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 1 Reception rooms: 2 EPC Rating: E Council Tax Band: E Property Features Garage Garden Conservatory Oil Fired Central Heating Double Glazing Multi Fuel Stove Utility Room Workshop Off Street Parking Family Home Property Location

2 bed house

The Row, Longformacus, Duns, TD11 3PA

listed on 2020-10-26  PurpleBricks   

Nestled tranquilly in the highly regarded picturesque Berwickshire village of Longformacus lies this exceptional Category C Listed period village home, its characterful exterior completely belying the most stunning boutique style interior. Beautifully refurbished to an exceptional standard, and offering exemplary accommodation of the highest quality. Enjoying a peaceful location within the village, the property has been sympathetically renovated to include a wealth of both traditional and modern features, marrying contemporary style and convenience, creating a sumptuous and luxurious home with a true “wow” factor, boasting open plan living with a well appointed Kitchen/dining/living space, a characterful upper Lounge, a magnificent Master Suite, and an elegant second Bedroom with contemporary Bathroom featuring a freestanding bath. The substantial garage area offers copious space and leads to a marvellous workshop area ideal for a variety of purposes. Well established landscaped gardens are a feature, with a lovely seating area to enjoy al-fresco dining in the summer months. Property of this nature is rarely available and perfectly encapsulates period charm with modern living, and early viewing is a must to fully appreciate the style and quality of this wonderful village home.

3 bed house

Crimson Hill  Gavinton, Duns , TD11 3QT

listed on 2020-10-27  J D Clark & Allan   

Enjoying a pleasant village location 2 Crimson Hill represents a rare opportunity to acquire a highly desirable bungalow with the added benefit of fine open views to the rear. It would make an ideal, easily managed family home for those seeking a more relaxed, semi-rural lifestyle within easy commuting distance of the larger Border towns and even Edinburgh. Built around 1995, the property has a well planned layout with spacious, well presented accommodation comprising:- Vestibule, split level Hallway, Sitting Room, Breakfasting Kitchen, Utility Room, Dining Room, Conservatory, Master Bedroom with en-suite Shower Room, 2 further Bedrooms and Bathroom. The property benefits from double glazing, gas-fired central heating and excellent storage facilities. A spacious integrated garage and driveway provide additional storage and ample parking for several cars. Attractive areas of garden ground surround the property with the delightful, sheltered rear garden in particular enjoying an excellent degree of privacy. Viewing of this attractive property is highly recommended for full appreciation.

4 bed detached house

Craiglea, Main Street West End, Chirnside, Duns

listed on 2020-10-03  Hastings Legal   

Previously two separate properties, this detached, family home offers spacious accommodation with a diverse and flexible layout. Located within a central position in the village, the property benefits from generous outdoor space including garden, private parking on driveway and external stores/workshop.

4 bed semi-detached house

Gifford Road, Longformacus, Duns, Scottish Borders TD11 3NZ

Key Features **GUIDE PRICE - £240,000 - £260,000** Semi Detached House Versatile Living Accommodation 4/5 Double Bedrooms 3 Reception Rooms 2 Bathrooms & 2 Shower Room En-Suites Ample Driveway for Several Cars Enclosed Patio Garden Lovely Countryside Views Ideal Family Home/B&B/Holiday Let Easy Commute into Edinburgh Full Description Tenure: FREEHOLD The Express Estate Agency is proud to offer this Four Bedroom Semi Detached House – all interest and OFFERS are INVITED. **GUIDE PRICE - £240,000 - £260,000** INTERNAL: Entrance Hallway - The front entrance door opens to the hallway, with the staircase leading up to the first floor landing with a storage cupboard beneath. Lounge - Offering generous space for furniture with a front aspect window and a feature fireplace spacing a wood burning stove. Kitchen/Breakfast Room - Fitted with a range of wall and base units with contrasting worktops and tiled flooring. Inset one and a half sink basin with a drainer and mixer tap and a range cooker oven with an overhead extractor hood. Space and plumbing for appliances and a sliding patio door to the rear garden. Dining Room - Ample space for furniture with a frosted roof and rear aspect views of the garden and backfields. Utility - With space for storage and appliances. Bedroom One - Double size room with a rear aspect window and a door to the: En-Suite - Low-level WC, wash hand basin and an inset shower cubicle. Bedroom Two - Double size room with a front aspect window and a door to the: En-Suite - Low-level WC, wash hand basin and an inset shower cubicle. Bedroom Three - Double size room with a side aspect window. Bathroom - Comprising a low-level WC, a wash hand basin and a panelled bath with a shower over and a glass screen. Built-in airing cupboard. First Floor: Hall - With three built-in storage cupboards. Sitting Room - Offering plenty of space for furniture with velux windows. Potential to be used as a fifth double bedroom. Bedroom Four - Double size room with a side aspect window. Bathroom - Comprising a low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and a panelled bath with an overheard shower. Velux window. Gas Fired Central Heating and Double Glazing EXTERNAL: Front - Extensive driveway offering space for several cars. Rear - Enclosed patio garden with pleasant countryside views. Early viewing is highly recommended due to the property being realistically priced. Early viewing is highly recommended to the property being realistically priced. Disclaimer These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general guideline and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending Purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. Please note that we have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services including gas central heating and so cannot verify they are in working order or fit for their purpose. Furthermore, Solicitors should confirm moveable items described in the sales particulars and, in fact, included in the sale since circumstances do change during the marketing or negotiations. Although we try to ensure accuracy, if measurements are used in this listing, they may be approximate. Therefore if intending Purchasers need accurate measurements to order carpeting or to ensure existing furniture will fit, they should take such measurements themselves. Photographs are reproduced general information and it must not be inferred that any item is included for sale with the property. TENURE To be confirmed by the Vendor’s Solicitors POSSESSION Vacant possession upon completion VIEWING Viewing strictly by appointment through The Express Estate Agency Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

2 bed detached house

Edinburgh Road , Greenlaw , TD10 6XF

listed on 2020-07-18  J D Clark & Allan   

Enjoying a pleasant situation on the outskirts of this conveniently located village, Delmore represents a rare opportunity to acquire a highly desirable, traditionally built bungalow. Enjoying a fine outlook over neighbouring farmland to the rear the property provides spacious, well proportioned accommodation comprising:- Vestibule opening on to a generously proportioned Hallway, Larder, Sitting/Dining Room, Kitchen, Conservatory, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Shower Rooms and Rear Hallway. With wide, easy access doors throughout the property also benefits from double glazing, oil-fired central heating and abundant storage facilities. Areas of garden ground lie to the front and rear with the delightful rear garden enjoying an excellent degree of privacy. A detached single garage and ample driveway provide generous off-street parking. Viewing of this attractive property is highly recommended.