Situated just north west of Bonchester Bridge, a small and popular village on the Rule Water, the property has good access to both the A68 near Carter Bar and the A7 near Hawick.

Mark Paton, an agent with Galbraith in the Scottish Borders, said: “Hawthornside Grange is full of character and charm, providing spacious accommodation throughout. The family home retains many period characteristics and has been thoughtfully renovated and cared for by the present owners.  There is also the potential to convert the steadings into extra accommodation, if desired. This is an excellent opportunity which is likely to appeal to a wide  range of buyers.”

Hawthornside Grange offers spacious and very well-presented accommodation including a reception hall, drawing room, dining room, sitting room/study, office, breakfasting kitchen, utility room, WC and stores on the ground floor and five bedrooms (the principal bedroom being en suite) and a family bathroom on the first floor.

High quality office space has been created to the rear of the property but this room could also be used as a music room or playroom.  

There is generous parking for several cars with garaging to the side of the house.  This home offers a great deal of privacy and is sheltered from the road by an area of woodland and grass.  There is a generous south facing front garden. The plot extends to just over an acre in all.

The L-shaped outbuildings, with two adjacent buildings, offer great potential for conversion to residential use, subject to planning permission. The property had planning consent in the past but this has lapsed.

Kielder Water and Forest Park, one of the biggest man-made lakes in northern Europe and the largest working forest in England (covering 250 square miles) is only about 15 miles to the southeast of Bonchester Bridge.  There is a wide array of recreational activities on the doorstep including walking and cycling amongst the stunning scenery.

Hawthornside Grange is for sale through Galbraith for offers over £585,000.