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7 Bedroom house

Penchrise Peel, Stobs, Roxburghshire, TD9

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  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached
  • SQ. FT 4994

A SPLENDID RURAL ESCAPE. HANDSOME EDWARDIAN SHOOTING LODGE IN 23 ACRES. An outstanding Edwardian tower house set in around 23 acres of private grounds and amenity woodland, with stunning views of Borders countryside. The former shooting lodge boasts a wealth of period features, including crow-step gables, original cornicing, shutters and ornate timber pelmets. This property will suit a buyer looking for complete privacy with no neighbours. Penchrise Peel would be a fabulous permanent residence or second home, an ideal rural haven and getaway from the rat race. The beautiful location offers peace and quiet but with the benefit of a market town being only eight miles away, with shops, three national supermarkets, health and leisure facilities. The property is only one hour and twenty minutes drive away from Newcastle Airport and an hour and a half from Edinburgh, making it easily accessible for those looking for a rural escape. Accommodation Comprises: Ground floor: Reception hall, kitchen, utility room, dining room, study, laundry room, bedroom 8/playroom, bathroom, cloakroom/wc. First Floor: Sitting room, principal bedroom suite, two double bedrooms. Second Floor: Two double bedrooms, family bathroom, shower room, wc. Third Floor: Bedroom 6 with ensuite wc, bedroom 7. Outside: Large garden and extensive grounds, amenity woodland, garage, workshop, sweeping drive and parking area. Dating from 1908, Penchrise Peel is an exceptional example of an Edwardian Tower house, reminiscent of the style so intrinsically linked with the Borders since the Middle Ages. Originally built as a shooting lodge for the Macfarlane-Grieve family, whose coat of arms sits above the front door, the house was later extended in 1912. Accessed via a private tree-lined driveway, the property occupies a very private south-facing position with fine views to the surrounding countryside. Designed by prominent Hawick architect James Peason Alison, the house boasts many attractive features including crow-stepped gables, dressed sandstone windows, Baronial turrets and a wall-walk set on corbels. Internally, elegant reception rooms are combined with well-proportioned sleeping accommodation and modern bathrooms, creating a substantial yet manageable family home. Hawick 8 miles Edinburgh 60 miles Carlisle 40 miles Newcastle 60 miles (All distances are approximate)

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached
  • SQ. FT 4994

A SPLENDID RURAL ESCAPE. HANDSOME EDWARDIAN SHOOTING LODGE IN 23 ACRES. An outstanding Edwardian tower house set in around 23 acres of private grounds and amenity woodland, with stunning views of Borders countryside. The former shooting lodge boasts a wealth of period features, including crow-step gables, original cornicing, shutters and ornate timber pelmets. This property will suit a buyer looking for complete privacy with no neighbours. Penchrise Peel would be a fabulous permanent residence or second home, an ideal rural haven and getaway from the rat race. The beautiful location offers peace and quiet but with the benefit of a market town being only eight miles away, with shops, three national supermarkets, health and leisure facilities. The property is only one hour and twenty minutes drive away from Newcastle Airport and an hour and a half from Edinburgh, making it easily accessible for those looking for a rural escape. Accommodation Comprises: Ground floor: Reception hall, kitchen, utility room, dining room, study, laundry room, bedroom 8/playroom, bathroom, cloakroom/wc. First Floor: Sitting room, principal bedroom suite, two double bedrooms. Second Floor: Two double bedrooms, family bathroom, shower room, wc. Third Floor: Bedroom 6 with ensuite wc, bedroom 7. Outside: Large garden and extensive grounds, amenity woodland, garage, workshop, sweeping drive and parking area. Dating from 1908, Penchrise Peel is an exceptional example of an Edwardian Tower house, reminiscent of the style so intrinsically linked with the Borders since the Middle Ages. Originally built as a shooting lodge for the Macfarlane-Grieve family, whose coat of arms sits above the front door, the house was later extended in 1912. Accessed via a private tree-lined driveway, the property occupies a very private south-facing position with fine views to the surrounding countryside. Designed by prominent Hawick architect James Peason Alison, the house boasts many attractive features including crow-stepped gables, dressed sandstone windows, Baronial turrets and a wall-walk set on corbels. Internally, elegant reception rooms are combined with well-proportioned sleeping accommodation and modern bathrooms, creating a substantial yet manageable family home. Hawick 8 miles Edinburgh 60 miles Carlisle 40 miles Newcastle 60 miles (All distances are approximate)

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