2 Haughhead Buildings
2 Haughhead Buildings forms the first and second floor of a purpose built small apartment block on Haughhead Road. Haughhead Road sits on the north western edge of Earlston and is a popular residential location within the town.
The location provides uninterrupted views over the town's rugby pitch, the Leader valley and the surrounding farmland.
Earlston has a population of approximately 1,800 and provides a variety of shops and services including a primary school and highly regarded secondary school.
The town straddles the A68 trunk road giving great access north to Edinburgh and south to Northumberland.
Haughhead Buildings was built around 120 years ago and is divided into 4 apartments. The building is of brick construction under a pitched slate roof.
2 Haughhead Buildings is a double upper on the eastern part of the building. It is accessed by concrete steps to the first floor.
Inside, the flat provides bright and airy accommodation with a south westerly aspect. The flat benefits from a detached brick garage which is large enough for 2 cars parked in tandem. There is a gravel parking area with one space allocated to 2 Haughhead Buildings.
Also included is an area of garden ground which is currently laid to lawn.