An attractive, well-maintained, stone-built, terraced steading conversion (converted circa 1990), forming part of an idyllic, desirable hamlet located less than 2 miles from Peebles and close to Glentress Forest, ideal for the benefits of a rural lifestyle whilst being within easy reach of excellent nearby amenities and commuter links. There are many attractive traditional features evident throughout, a connection to full fibre broadband and flexible living accommodation extending to 251m2 or thereby with ample storage. Externally there are beautifully landscaped garden grounds enjoying a south-westerly aspect, a garage and generous parking for multiple vehicles.
Dual aspect sitting room with Multi-fuel stove
Breakfasting kitchen with Aga, dual aspect and patio doors to the garden
Rear hallway offering access to the garage
Master bedroom enjoying a dual aspect, patio doors to the balcony and en-suite shower room
Dual aspect guest bedroom with en-suite shower room
Two further bedrooms
Jack and Jill bathroom serving one bedroom
Garage with a floored attic
Generous gravelled parking area to the front offering space for multiple vehicles and further parking bay set to the rear
Lean to greenhouse
2 log stores.
Generous, well-stocked “L-shaped” terraced garden grounds to the rear bounded by hedgerow benefiting from a sunny aspect from sunrise to sunset. The raised level of the garden allows for superb far-reaching views of the surrounding hills.
Mains gas, electricity, water and septic tank drainage
Full fibre broadband to the building with copper connection (back-up) retained for voice calls
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
Fitted flooring, integrated appliances, dishwasher, light fittings and curtains are included in the sale. Other items of furniture may be available for sale by separate negotiation.
By appointment through the Selling Agents
The market town of Peebles sits amidst beautiful scenery in the heart of the Borders countryside. It is an idyllic and highly accessible location within easy commuting distance of Edinburgh and the other Border towns. Peebles offers an excellent choice of independent shops, supermarkets, restaurants and bars together with highly regarded schooling from nursery through to secondary years. There are a wide range of recreational facilities including the Gytes Leisure Centre, public swimming pool and Eastgate Theatre. Outdoor pursuits are on offer in abundance such as hill and riverside walks, fishing in the River Tweed, golf and mountain biking at the world renowned Glentress Forest.
Heading east on the A72 from Peebles, pass the junction for the Eshiels Recycling Centre to the right, then after 1/2 mile take the first left, signposted 'Linnburn Kennels'. Continue until you come to a junction with a house sign saying 'Trail House'. Turn to the right, then immediately left, before the bridge. 1 Eshiels Steading is on the left hand side through the gap between the buildings, or viewers can park on the left immediately before the gap.
Offers should be submitted in proper legal form to the Selling Agents. Any prospective
purchaser wishing to be informed of a closing date should notify the Selling Agents
as soon as possible. The Selling Agents reserve the right to sell the property without
setting a closing date and do not bind themselves to accept the highest of any offer.