Leven Gladhouse is located close to the centre of Earlston and is within comfortable walking distance of the local amenities.
Earlston is a popular Borders town with a population of approximately 1,800. The town provides a good range of services including shops, inns, golf course, tennis club, a highly regarded secondary school and a primary school.
The countryside around Earlston is noted for its scenic beauty and nearby Borders towns provide a wider range of recreational and sporting facilities. The Tweedbank Terminal for the Borders rail link with Edinburgh lies approximately 7 miles from the town.
The town straddles the A68 trunk road giving great access north to Edinburgh and south to Northumberland.
Leven Gladhouse is a traditional stone built terraced house dating from around the early 19th century. The house has been fully modernised and extended in recent years to provide family sized accommodation.
The rooms are laid out on three levels. On the ground floor is a spacious kitchen/dining room that leads into a sun room extension. The sun room features double doors opening out onto a paved terrace. This spacious room provides a generous open plan living space. The sitting room on the ground floor also has access onto the south facing terrace.
There are two bedrooms on the first floor, one with an en suite shower room. A family bathroom is also located on this floor. The two further bedrooms on the attic floor have coombed ceilings and Velux roof lights (max. ceiling height 1.75m).
The paved terrace immediately outside the house provides a sheltered spot for al fresco dining. The large, south facing garden is laid mostly to lawn interspersed with mature trees and is fenced on all sides. The generous garden space looks towards the all weather courts belonging to Earlston Terrnis Club and beyond to the countryside surrounding the Black Hill.