Lochiel is a charming detached property oozing character and charm, sympathetically renovated to retain many fine original features, with generous accommodation presented to an excellent standard and a beautiful wildflower garden featuring indigenous species of flowers, plants and trees, attracting a variety of wildlife. A range of outbuildings currently used for storage/workshop purposes offers great potential for conversion to a variety of uses. Lochiel is set on the periphery of this lovely Berwickshire village, close to all village amenities and local transport and is within the catchment area for Berwickshire High School at Duns. With generous and well proportioned family accommodation this lovely house is just full of period features from the original tiled flooring in the Hallway to the lovely cornicing and joinery finishes, and cast iron radiators, and the bespoke Kitchen compliments the age and character with a range of timber units with slate and marble worktops, lovely terracotta tiled flooring and is definitely the heart of the home with ample space for informal dining. The two public rooms are versatile spaces. Viewing this splendid family home is a must to appreciate the sensitive way the property has been renovated.
Greenlaw is a small Berwickshire town set on the foothills of the Lammermuir Hills with the Blackadder Water running through, and offering a selection of day-to-day amenities including village shops and butcher, doctors surgery, a bowling club, and primary schooling. The recently built Berwickshire High School at nearby Duns offers secondary education, and more comprehensive facilities can be found in Kelso which lies some 9 miles to the south. Greenlaw is easily commutable to other Border towns, and is only 40 miles approximately from Edinburgh. The nearest mainline station is at Berwick-Upon-Tweed approximately 20 miles away.
With lovely Victorian floor tiling and original door to Hall, this is a really charming welcoming entrance to the property.
With original tiling continuing and a timber staircase to first floor level. Understair store.
16''1" x 11'3"
A wonderful room with many period features and a lovely wood burning stove together with a quirky feature window with seat/step leading to the Conservatory.
15'8" x 11'9"
Again another room which just oozes period character and again featuring a wood burning stove, this fine room also has double glazed "French" doors leading to the garden.
20' x 12'9"
Featuring bespoke handmade wooden units with "Belfast" type sink, slate and marble worktops, terracotta floor tiles, and ample space for informal dining. Double doors lead to the Conservatory.
17'3" x 9'3"
Accessed from the Kitchen, with doors directly leading to the garden, this is a lovely south facing space from which to enjoy the garden and surrounding countryside.
8'3" x 7'1"
With a range of units, and housing the central heating boiler and plumbing for white goods, this useful space has rear door access to the garden.
Giving access to Bedroom accommodation
7'9" x 6'8"
This well fitted family Bathroom has a lovely roll top bath, WC and wash hand basin, in a style complimenting the period character of the house. Finished in "Orocco" hard wood flooring.
A generous master bedroom featuring timber flooring and with a clever En-Suite shower hidden behind a partition, this is a particularly bright room with two windows to the front.
16'0" x 11'9"
Another good sized double bedroom with Dressing Room/Study off and feature period fireplace.
6'0" x 5'7"
A particularly useful space which could be used as a Dressing Room or Study. Original wooden panelling and shelving for storage.
16'1" x 11'1"
Another generous double with dual aspect and featuring an "art deco" style open fireplace.
Off-road parking for two vehicles with car port, a range of outbuildings and cellar storage. The garden boasts a variety of indigenous plants and trees and attracts an abundance of wildlife and beautiful views of the surrounding farmland.
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