Susan Guthrie, who is handling the sale, said “This is a delightful former farm house sitting in a fantastic position and although in need of some modernisation the property represents an incredible opportunity for someone to create a family home in spacious garden grounds.

“As well its beauty, the  countryside around Clarilaw is famous for its rich and diverse wildlife and its strong equestrian traditions, including the annual Common Riding.”

The accommodation comprises entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, cloakroom, pantry.  External access to the laundry room and wood store.  Three bedrooms (one en suite), study and bathroom on the first floor.

There is a generous sized garden on all sides with two outdoor stores to the rear of the house. 

There are also timber stores/loose boxes within the grounds, lying adjacent to the entrance drive. 

The plot extends to 1.16 acres in total.

Hawick, only 3 miles distant is an important Borders town which lies at the junction of the Rivers Teviot and Slitrig.  The town has a good range of shops, primary and secondary schools, sporting and recreational facilities and the surrounding countryside is known for its scenic beauty, excellent horse riding and tremendous walking opportunities. 

Clarilaw Farmhouse is accessed by a drive off the B6359 road to Melrose which adjoins the main A7 on the northern edge of Hawick which offers good road links with the north of England and southern and central Scotland. The Borders Rail Link to Edinburgh is located in Galashiels/Tweedbank with an hourly service to Edinburgh Waverley.

Clarilaw Farmhouse is for sale through Galbraith for offers over £420,000.