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Beech Hill

Eildon, Melrose, Scottish Borders, TD6 9HB

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  • Sitting room with dining area

  • Kitchen

  • Sun room

  • Bedroom/study

  • 2 double bedrooms

  • Bathroom

  • Gravel parking and double garage

  • Single timber stable, greenhouse and timber storage shed

  • Lean to log store

  • Summer house

Beech Hill sits close to the centre of the village on it’s eastern edge. The cottage has a southerly aspect to the front.

Eildon Village has a peaceful, yet accessible
location on the edge of one of the most popular ...

Beech Hill sits close to the centre of the village on it’s eastern edge. The cottage has a southerly aspect to the front.

Eildon Village has a peaceful, yet accessible
location on the edge of one of the most popular
residential areas of the Scottish Borders. The village lies immediately to the east of the Eildon Hills, between the Eildons and the A68. A network of marked footpaths provides access to the surrounding countryside including the Eildon Hills and River Tweed.

Newtown St Boswells, the home of Scottish Borders
Council’s headquarters, lies approximately 1 mile to the south of the village.

The popular market town of Melrose is within easy reach and Tweedbank Station, the terminal of the Scottish Borders railway lies approximately 5 miles west.

Beech Hill is a late Victorian, traditional detached cottage. The cottage was originally built in 1890 and has been extended and altered to provide the current accommodation.

The position, on the eastern edge of the village,
provides an open aspect over the surrounding
farmland.

The house is approached by a short drive leading to a gravel parking area and there is a south facing paved terrace to the front.

The south facing garden is surrounded by a mature beech hedge that provides both privacy and shelter. The garden is laid mostly to lawn and features a timber summer house.

At the end of the garden is an area currently used for growing vegetables and is screened from the
house by ornamental trees and shrubs. There is a particularly decorative south facing border in front of the terrace that has been planted with a wide diversity of plants and shrubs.

Behind the double garage is a further area of garden where the single timber stable, shed and greenhouse can be found.