Appletreehall lies in the Teviot Valley approximately 2 miles northeast of Hawick. The surrounding countryside is noted for its scenic beauty and the region offers a great range of outdoor activities including walking, cycling, golf, riding and fishing.
Hawick has a population of around 15,000 and is an important Borders town which has grown up at the junction of the Teviot and the Slitrig. The town has a good range of shops, primary and secondary schools, sporting and recreational facilities. Hawick straddles the A7 and enjoys good road links with the north of England and southern and central Scotland. Tweedback Station, with rail link to Edinburgh, is only 6 miles. Scot Gov has committed to undertaking a feasibility study to extend the Border rail line, in which case Hawick would have a stop.
This is a beautifully situated residential building plot on the edge of a small Borders village. The plot lies towards the north eastern edge of the village and enjoys attractive outlooks over the neighbouring agricultural land.
Planning Permission was granted by Scottish Borders Council on 23rd January 2015 (Ref: 14/00311/PPP) and details are available on the Council's website. Alternatively, we can provide you with a copy of the planning permission,.
Mains electricity and water supplies are available nearby. Connection to a private drainage system will be made available by the seller.