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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Branxholm Knowe, Teviotdale, Hawick, Scottish Borders, TD9

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Detached house
5 bedroom
3 bathroom

Property description


Branxholm Knowe lies within the scattered settlement of Branxholm in Teviotdale, an area of dramatic scenery 3 miles south of Hawick.

Branxholm is accessible by the A7, the main route linking Edinburgh and Carlisle. Teviotdale and the surrounding area offers excellent opportunities for outdoor pursuits including hill walking, mountain biking, horse riding and golf.

Hawick provides a comprehensive range of shops and services including several supermarkets, a leisure centre, and primary and secondary level schools.

Branxholm Knowe is a handsome, traditional Victorian house built in the late 1800s. The detached
stone house is in an elevated position and surrounded by a mature garden. The accommodation is well appointed and offers an excellent family sized home.

Throughout great thought has gone into the décor and presentation of the house resulting in an
elegant period home with modern conveniences. Many original features have been retained including
the galleried landing and roof light on the first floor. The kitchen is fitted with a range of neutral floor
and wall based units plus a central island. A wood burning stove ensures the kitchen is truly the heart
of the home. All bathrooms have been updated with modern fittings and the en suite shower benefits
from under floor heating.

Off the kitchen is the feature conservatory that was built with elegance and style in mind. The halfmoon
design sits on the western gable of the house. The wood burning stove is placed in a central position ensuring that the conservatory can provide a useful addition to the main accommodation year

Branxholm Knowe has been used as a popular holiday let for almost 20 years. The fine accommodation and accessible location have been contributing factors to its success.

Outside the conservatory is a gravel terrace that provides a convenient area for enjoying the outdoors.

At the back of the house is a detached stone byre. It has previously been used as a garage and workshop and offers the option of being converted into a home office. Beyond the gravel parking area is a timber stable block that is now utilised as a storage shed.

The generous mature garden has a mixture of hard and soft landscaping and includes ornamental
ponds as well as an area of lawns interspersed with decorative box hedging.

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