Leet Haugh comprises a mix of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes which are specifically designed to suit modern living within the structure of a ‘country estate’.
The architectural style and design reflects the regional design vernacular but with the use of some contemporary influence in the specification and detailing to ensure that homes provide traditional qualities with the benefits of modern energy-efficient living.
The ‘estate’ structure provides a range of accommodation from ‘gates lodges’ in a bungalow style; ‘farmhouses’ and ‘factors houses’ in bungalows and detached one and a half and two storey homes around the village green; ‘stable mews’, ‘mill buildings’ and ‘workers cottages’ within the courtyard and future/mews area. Whilst providing traditional homes, a selection of house types will provide walk-in dressing rooms, en-suites, country kitchens, traditional utility/mudrooms, and all homes will incorporate built-in wardrobes.
The development has been designed to form its own sense of place within Coldstream and the layout will create distinct areas, nestled within structured landscaped zones and courtyards, so as to create a sense of individual communities within Leet Haugh.
In an idyllic situation on the Hirsel Estate in Berwickshire, Leet Haugh is perfectly placed to enjoy the peaceful countryside yet has ample local amenities on your doorstep in Coldstream.
Coldstream is on the north bank of a long majestic bend of the River Tweed with extensive vistas of the Cheviot Hills to the south. To the North lies Dunglass Hill and Kincham Wood, which is part of the Hirsel Estate, where one will find Leet Haugh on its easterly boundary.
In addition to the amenities of the Hirsel, Coldstream boasts a first-class Primary School, varied and interesting tourist and sporting activities such as golf, fishing, bowling, tennis, horse riding, walking and cycling. Coldstream is also within easy driving distance of the spectacular Berwickshire/Northumberland coastline, famous for its towering cliffs, vast sandy beaches, castles, islands and birdlife.
The 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 Leet Haugh.
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