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The recently re-roofed stone building, which lies detached from the farmhouse on the north east side of the courtyard, has full planning permission to create a substantial dwelling. This property together with a small area of garden extends to ...
The recently re-roofed stone building, which lies detached from the farmhouse on the north east side of the courtyard, has full planning permission to create a substantial dwelling. This property together with a small area of garden extends to about 0.11 acres.
Additional land may be available by negotiation and further information should be sought from the selling agents.
The steading at Braidwood House occupies a rural site approximately 12 miles to the south of Edinburgh city centre. Set in the beautiful Midlothian countryside, the location provides the best of both worlds, with all the benefits of a rural environment, whilst being perfectly placed for access to Edinburgh city centre, all major road networks and Edinburgh International Airport.
Penicuik is the nearest town, approximately 4 miles from Braidwood House, and provides superb amenities including local shops, restaurants, supermarkets, banks and leisure facilities. Excellent local schooling is available at nursery, primary and secondary levels. Further out of town shopping can be found at nearby Straiton Retail Park.
Edinburgh city centre is within easy reach and provides all the amenities you would expect from a capital city. Edinburgh city bypass is less than 7 miles from the property, and connects to the Central Scotland Motorway Network, A1 and Edinburgh International Airport whilst a number of Edinburghs highly-regarded fee paying schools are located to the south of the city centre.
There is also easy access to the popular town of Peebles and the rest of the beautiful Scottish Borders. With its rolling hills and woodlands the area is renowned for its outdoor activities.