4 Bedroom house

East Bridgelands, Selkirk, Scottish Borders, TD7

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UNDER OFFER East Bridgelands offers an extremely rare opportunity to purchase an attractive 4/5 bed detached period property, along with a range of outbuildings and around 5 acres of land. Situated in a quiet but accessible rural location in the rolling border hills, close to the popular town of Selkirk, this property will appeal to a number of purchasers, early viewing is strongly recommended. East Bridgelands Comprises: Ground Floor: Kitchen, Utility, Living Room, Dining room, Office/bedroom, WC, Conservatory. First Floor: Principle bedroom, further three double bedrooms, Shower room, Family bathroom. Garden Grounds: Garden, Pasture Land, Outbuildings, Barns, Workshops, Stable, Car Port. Mileage Selkirk 2.1 Miles, Galashiels 5.4 Miles, Tweedbank 4.1 Miles, Edinburgh 41 Miles Situation East Bridgelands is located a short drive from the centre of the historic market town of Selkirk. The Royal and Ancient Burgh of Selkirk is located in the Central Borders, beautifully situated on the banks of the Ettrick Water. The town boasts excellent leisure facilities which includes a nine-hole golf course, tennis courts, swimming pool and fitness centre as well as rugby, football and cricket clubs. There is a good range of local amenities, with several hotels, pubs, independent coffee shops, butchers, bakers and a monthly farmers market, the thriving town of Galashiels offers a wider range of amenities just 6 miles away. Local tourist attractions include Bowhill House and Country Park, Halliwell's House, Haining House, and nearby St. Mary's Loch. For the sporting enthusiast there are variety of outdoor pursuits in the area including fishing on the River Tweed, golf, hill walking, horse riding, mountain biking in Tweed Valley and a selection of field sports. Local schooling is excellent with three primary schools and secondary schooling at Selkirk High. The well-known St Mary's Preparatory School is situated in the nearby town of Melrose, which was recently voted the best place to live in Scotland. Selkirk is centrally located providing easy access to Edinburgh and the North of England via the A7 which runs through Selkirk. Tweedbank (6 miles) has a station on the Borders Railway, offering a journey time to central Edinburgh of around 55 minutes. All major Border towns are within easy driving distance or by excellent bus service.

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UNDER OFFER East Bridgelands offers an extremely rare opportunity to purchase an attractive 4/5 bed detached period property, along with a range of outbuildings and around 5 acres of land. Situated in a quiet but accessible rural location in the rolling border hills, close to the popular town of Selkirk, this property will appeal to a number of purchasers, early viewing is strongly recommended. East Bridgelands Comprises: Ground Floor: Kitchen, Utility, Living Room, Dining room, Office/bedroom, WC, Conservatory. First Floor: Principle bedroom, further three double bedrooms, Shower room, Family bathroom. Garden Grounds: Garden, Pasture Land, Outbuildings, Barns, Workshops, Stable, Car Port. Mileage Selkirk 2.1 Miles, Galashiels 5.4 Miles, Tweedbank 4.1 Miles, Edinburgh 41 Miles Situation East Bridgelands is located a short drive from the centre of the historic market town of Selkirk. The Royal and Ancient Burgh of Selkirk is located in the Central Borders, beautifully situated on the banks of the Ettrick Water. The town boasts excellent leisure facilities which includes a nine-hole golf course, tennis courts, swimming pool and fitness centre as well as rugby, football and cricket clubs. There is a good range of local amenities, with several hotels, pubs, independent coffee shops, butchers, bakers and a monthly farmers market, the thriving town of Galashiels offers a wider range of amenities just 6 miles away. Local tourist attractions include Bowhill House and Country Park, Halliwell's House, Haining House, and nearby St. Mary's Loch. For the sporting enthusiast there are variety of outdoor pursuits in the area including fishing on the River Tweed, golf, hill walking, horse riding, mountain biking in Tweed Valley and a selection of field sports. Local schooling is excellent with three primary schools and secondary schooling at Selkirk High. The well-known St Mary's Preparatory School is situated in the nearby town of Melrose, which was recently voted the best place to live in Scotland. Selkirk is centrally located providing easy access to Edinburgh and the North of England via the A7 which runs through Selkirk. Tweedbank (6 miles) has a station on the Borders Railway, offering a journey time to central Edinburgh of around 55 minutes. All major Border towns are within easy driving distance or by excellent bus service.

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