Ladhope Steading has an outstanding rural location along the bank of the Yarrow water. The main elevation is south facing and enjoys fine outlooks. The property lies approximately 9 miles south of Innerleithen, and is within reasonable distance of …
Ladhope Steading has an outstanding rural location along the bank of the Yarrow water. The main elevation is south facing and enjoys fine outlooks. The property lies approximately 9 miles south of Innerleithen, and is within reasonable distance of daily travel to Edinburgh, the main Borders towns and the M6 at Moffat. Both Edinburgh and Newcastle Airports are within easy reach.
The Yarrow Valley
The Yarrow Valley is noted for its great scenic beauty and was celebrated in the old Borders ballads. The Yarrow Water flows down the Yarrow Valley from St Mary's Loch to the Ettrick Water, southwest of Selkirk. The Yarrow Valley is mainly devoted to pastoral farming and forestry and, is an excellent location for all country pursuits.
The Yarrow Primary School is in close walking distance (without crossing a main road) and there is a bus service to the well regarded high school in Selkirk.
Directions from Peebles/ Innerleithen
Travelling east through Innerleithen take the first turning on the right after entering the village. Cross the Tweed Bridge and turn right at the junction, onto the B709, and continue on this road until you reach the crossroads at the Gordon Arms Hotel. Turn left onto the A708 and continue past Yarrow Feus and turn right immediately after Yarrow Primary School. The private road to Ladhope Steading then crosses the Yarrow Water and heads uphill to the steading.
From Selkirk take the A708, signed Yarrowford and Moffat, and continue along this road past Yarrowford and Yarrow, turning left approximately 1.5 miles past Yarrow (shortly before reaching Yarrow Feus). The turning is immediately before Yarrow Primary School.
From Moffat take the A708 to St Mary's Loch and continue to Yarrow Feus. Continue as above.
1 Ladhope Steading is an imaginative barn conversion which provides bright and well appointed family sized accommodation. The conversion is easy to manage and benefits from a secure yet scenic environment. The galleried entrance hall is an attractive feature as is the double volume sitting room. The conversion benefits from oil fired central heating and double glazing.
There is an attractive garden with the conversion lying mainly to the south of the property, and the landscaped central courtyard also belongs with the conversion. Please note that there will be a restriction on using this courtyard as anything other than ornamental garden ground. The pend can be used for covered car parking.