2 Bedroom house

Edrom, Duns, Berwickshire, TD11

Guide price £210,000

  • Type House
  • SQ. FT 795

Broomhouse Lodge is a charming character cottage built in circa 1863 and set in the heart of the Berwickshire countryside. This two-bedroom detached cottage is offered in turn-key condition and benefits from landscaped garden grounds, ample parking and stunning views of the surrounding countryside. The property lies within a short drive from the popular market town of Duns and is within a short walk from the Whiteadder River. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Hallway, Living Room, Breakfasting Kitchen. First Floor: Two Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom. Outside: Ample Off-Street Parking for 3/4 Cars, Garden Grounds. Broomhouse Lodge is located 2.5 miles north east of the market town of Duns in the heart of the Berwickshire countryside. The cottage is surrounded by wooded landscapes and miles of unspoilt countryside walks which offers the peaceful countryside lifestyle. The pretty market town of Duns lies within a short drive, or cycle of Broomhouse Lodge and has an excellent range of local shops, cafés and is famed for its local produce. Duns offers many interesting attractions including the Jim Clarke museum, Manderston House and the famous Duns Castle which was built by a nephew of Robert the Bruce in 1320. Berwick-upon-Tweed is the region's largest market town. This fortified town with its Elizabethan walls offers further amenities including private schooling at Longridge Towers, a number of national supermarkets, a hospital and a Homebase DIY store. Berwick also benefits from a mainline railway station which connects to London in under four hours and the A1 trunk road. The region is well known for its outdoor activities which include walks along the River Whiteadder, cycling, shooting and fishing. There are a number of challenging local golf courses nearby which include the Hirsel in Coldstream, The Roxburghe Hotel and Golf Course just outside Duns and Goswick. Within a short drive is the particularly stunning coastline of Northumberland with miles of deserted sandy beaches and historic castles to explore. Despite Broomhouse's proximity to both Edinburgh and Newcastle, the area has a low population and can therefore offer a quality of life that is becoming increasingly rare. Broomhouse Lodge is an attractive detached stone-built property that sits in its own private garden grounds. The accommodation within is well laid out and flows naturally from room to room. The property is offered in turn-key condition and benefits from having a modern fitted oil- fired central heating system and double glazing throughout as well as Mango oak windowsills in the living room and solid oak flooring in the kitchen and bathroom giving it a beautiful and stylish finish. VIEWINGS PLEASE NOTE: The cottage is a successful holiday let so viewing times are restricted. We are currently arranging viewings for Saturday 15th June (12.30pm - 1.30pm) and Saturday 22nd June. Please call the office to arrange an appointment. Directions: From the village of Edrom, take the road west signposted Manderston. Follow this road until it bears left with a stone steading on your lefthand side. Turn right (almost back on yourself) and follow this lane to a t-junction, take the left and follow this lane down towards the Whiteadder Water and the property is found on the right-hand side.

  • Type House
  • SQ. FT 795

Broomhouse Lodge is a charming character cottage built in circa 1863 and set in the heart of the Berwickshire countryside. This two-bedroom detached cottage is offered in turn-key condition and benefits from landscaped garden grounds, ample parking and stunning views of the surrounding countryside. The property lies within a short drive from the popular market town of Duns and is within a short walk from the Whiteadder River. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Hallway, Living Room, Breakfasting Kitchen. First Floor: Two Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom. Outside: Ample Off-Street Parking for 3/4 Cars, Garden Grounds. Broomhouse Lodge is located 2.5 miles north east of the market town of Duns in the heart of the Berwickshire countryside. The cottage is surrounded by wooded landscapes and miles of unspoilt countryside walks which offers the peaceful countryside lifestyle. The pretty market town of Duns lies within a short drive, or cycle of Broomhouse Lodge and has an excellent range of local shops, cafés and is famed for its local produce. Duns offers many interesting attractions including the Jim Clarke museum, Manderston House and the famous Duns Castle which was built by a nephew of Robert the Bruce in 1320. Berwick-upon-Tweed is the region's largest market town. This fortified town with its Elizabethan walls offers further amenities including private schooling at Longridge Towers, a number of national supermarkets, a hospital and a Homebase DIY store. Berwick also benefits from a mainline railway station which connects to London in under four hours and the A1 trunk road. The region is well known for its outdoor activities which include walks along the River Whiteadder, cycling, shooting and fishing. There are a number of challenging local golf courses nearby which include the Hirsel in Coldstream, The Roxburghe Hotel and Golf Course just outside Duns and Goswick. Within a short drive is the particularly stunning coastline of Northumberland with miles of deserted sandy beaches and historic castles to explore. Despite Broomhouse's proximity to both Edinburgh and Newcastle, the area has a low population and can therefore offer a quality of life that is becoming increasingly rare. Broomhouse Lodge is an attractive detached stone-built property that sits in its own private garden grounds. The accommodation within is well laid out and flows naturally from room to room. The property is offered in turn-key condition and benefits from having a modern fitted oil- fired central heating system and double glazing throughout as well as Mango oak windowsills in the living room and solid oak flooring in the kitchen and bathroom giving it a beautiful and stylish finish. VIEWINGS PLEASE NOTE: The cottage is a successful holiday let so viewing times are restricted. We are currently arranging viewings for Saturday 15th June (12.30pm - 1.30pm) and Saturday 22nd June. Please call the office to arrange an appointment. Directions: From the village of Edrom, take the road west signposted Manderston. Follow this road until it bears left with a stone steading on your lefthand side. Turn right (almost back on yourself) and follow this lane to a t-junction, take the left and follow this lane down towards the Whiteadder Water and the property is found on the right-hand side.

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