7 Cranston Crescent, Lauder, Scottish Borders, TD2 6UB
A rare opportunity to acquire a pristine 5-bedroom, detached family home, situated within the highly regarded residential development of Cranston Crescent which is a short walk from the high street of the commuter town of Lauder. The property offers spacious accommodation over two levels as well as front and rear gardens and a double garage. Presented to an extremely high standard and kitted out with top quality features, 7 Cranston Crescent is a superb home, one certainly not to be missed.
Entrance hall, Living Room, Dining Room, Office/Study, WC, Kitchen, Utility Room, Family Room.
Landing, Principal Bedroom and Ensuite, Family bathroom, Four Bedrooms one with ensuite.
Front and rear gardens, Double Garage, Driveway Parking.
Edinburgh 27 miles, Galashiels 9 miles, Borders Railway Terminus in Stow 6 miles, Melrose 12 miles
(All distances are approximate)
7 Cranston Crescent sits on a generous plot to the rear of the prestigious residential development located on the boundary of the bustling Market Town of Lauder. Within walking distance of the town centre, there are an abundance of amenities on your doorstep.
Lauder offers all the facilities expected of a thriving small town including a Co-operative supermarket, a popular art gallery and coffee shop, a delicatessen, three hotels, an artisan baker, an award-winning butcher, a greengrocer, a petrol station, a pharmacy, a post office and a number of independent retailers contributing to the strong sense of local community. Both the primary school and the health centre have been rebuilt in recent years. Lauder lies in the catchment area for the highly regarded Earlston High School (7 miles), which enjoys a splendid new campus and consistently scores well in national league tables. In the private sector, St Mary’s School in Melrose (10 miles) includes kindergarten, pre-prep and prep classes. Being both close to the Lammermuir Hills and at the start of the Southern Upland Way, Lauder is able to take advantage of all the outdoor opportunities nearby including walking and riding, the latter either informally or during the week of the Common Riding. Field sports and fishing on the Leader and the Tweed are also all readily on hand. There is also a community run Leisure centre and gym as well as a football club with youth and amateur teams.
Easily commutable to Edinburgh by car (40-minutes) and by bus, this property is well positioned for those looking for a more peaceful way of life while still being commutable to the capital. There are regular bus services throughout the Borders connecting Lauder to the principal Borders towns and the Borders railway at Edinburgh can be joined at both Tweedbank, Galashiels and Stow just a 6-mile drive away which provides a direct rail link into Edinburgh with a journey time of around 45 minutes.
EPC Rating - C
Council Tax - G
Tenure - Freehold
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