NEW LAUNCH! An impressive and immaculately presented detached executive villa within the prestigious Craigmyle Park development. Finished to a high specification and providing luxurious and versatile family accommodation, the property is bright and spacious, with a large, private garden to the rear and double garage to the side. Accommodation Comprises: Ground floor Porch, entrance vestibule, entrance hall, WC, sitting/dining room, dining kitchen, conservatory, utility room. First floor Galleried landing with library, principal bedroom with en suite shower room, bedroom with en suite shower room, three further bedrooms, family bathroom. Outside Integrated double garage, off-street driveway parking, garden, garden hut, wood store. Mileage Edinburgh 36 miles Peebles 15 miles Borders Railway Terminus Galashiels 5.5 miles Clovenfords 2 miles (All distances are approximate) Situation Nestled on the South bank of the River Tweed, Craigmyle Park, which was once the Old Peel Hospital, lies within the rolling landscape of the Scottish Borders within some of the country's finest and most unspoilt countryside. This executive development is situated approximately 2 miles from Clovenfords, which caters for all your everyday needs, including a modern primary school, a village store and a hotel/public house. Secondary schooling is available 5.5 miles away in Galashiels which has an extensive range of shops, leisure and sporting facilities. Private schooling is available at St Mary's Preparatory School in Melrose 9 miles away, as is the Borders General Hospital. There is a bus service that runs frequently from Clovenfords into Galashiels. The property is well placed for those interested in rural pursuits including fishing, mountain biking, shooting, horse riding, golfing, and walking, with a number of good country walks within the vicinity. The River Tweed is also a short walk from the house and permits for trout fishing are available. Craigmyle Park is also within close proximity of the A7, offering a direct route into Edinburgh (36 miles) in the north and is well placed for access to the south. The majority of the Scottish Border towns are also very accessible from this central location. The Borders Railway Terminus in Galashiels (5.5 miles) provides a direct rail link into Edinburgh in around 50 minutes.