- Magnificent detached country house
- Four bedrooms and three bathrooms
- Three reception rooms plus conservatory
- Wonderful plot around one acre
- Double garage and sweeping driveway
- Excellent energy efficiency rating
- Lovely countryside views
- Two miles from A7 and Canonbie
The residence was completed in 2001 and is beautifully presented with high quality fittings, including Town & Country bathrooms and kitchen. There is underfloor heating throughout the property, with energy efficient solar panels and air source heating system providing an income from renewable energy incentive payments*.
The grand front entrance is framed by sandstone columns, with double doors leading into a spacious entrance hall with limestone floor and feature staircase. The main reception room extends over nine metres and has superb antique marble fireplace with gas fire. The room opens into the adjoining conservatory and there are two additional reception rooms off the hallway, with one having French doors onto the garden terrace. The kitchen has attractive Chinese slate flooring, bespoke solid wood fitted cabinetry and Aga range. The room is set around a central island with granite worktop and breakfast bar and there is a lovely bay window dining area. Off the kitchen is a large utility room and lavatory and the ground floor is completed by a shower room.
The first floor bedrooms are set around a galleried landing and are all of generous proportions. The master bedroom has an ensuite with jet shower and the family bathroom has a bath, separate shower unit and door into the adjoining bedroom. There are various built in storage cupboards throughout the property, as well as a large boarded loft for storage.
The house is set on a wonderful plot around one acre, elevated above the banks of a tranquil stream. A sweeping driveway lined with Victorian style lanterns leads up to the parking area and double garage. On the South and West sides of the house are large lawn gardens and paved terrace with countryside views. The garden slopes down to a sunken lawn and patio area on the banks of the stream overlooking a pretty bridge - an idyllic location for relaxing and alfresco dining and entertaining.
The hamlet of Evertown is surrounded by peaceful open countryside and is only two miles from the picturesque riverside village of Canonbie with school, post office, park, cafe and pub. Explore Dumfries and Galloway, the Solway Firth, Hadrians Wall path or head east to Northumberland’s famous Kielder Forest Park. The property is well located close to the A7, giving easy access to the Longtown, Langholm, the M6 and the city of Carlisle, with excellent amenities, Austin Friars school and West Coast Main Line train station.
Mains water and electricity (plus electricity from solar panels)
Drainage to village sewerage plant
Underfloor heating - oil boiler and air source heat pump
*Renewable Heat Incentive payments until 2023 and Feed-In Tariff payments until 2037
Council Tax band: G
Getting to Newthwaite House
Take the M6 north to J44 and take the forth exit onto the A7 to Galashiels, travel along this road through Longtown and towards Canonbie. Pass the first right hand turn for Canonbie and at the second turn for Canonbie and take the next left onto the B6357, signposted to Kirk Patrick Fleming and Annan. At the T-Junction, take the left towards Annan and into the village of Evertown. When you get to the junction in the centre of the village, take the right hand turn down a lane and the property is on the left hand side.
Address: Newthwaite House, Evertown, Canonbie, Dumfries & Galloway, DG14 0TJ
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