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Colterscleuch Steading

Teviothead, Hawick, TD9 0LF

Guide Price £450,000


  • Reception Hall

  • Sitting Room

  • Dining Room

  • 4 bedrooms

  • 2 Bathrooms

  • Courtyard

  • Generous garden and grounds

  • Useful outbuilding with potential

Colterscleuch Steading is believed to have been built in 1823 as a traditional stone steading. It was
converted in approximately 2009 to provide spacious accommodation whilst retaining the original
character of the building.

The accommodation is arranged around a partially …

Colterscleuch Steading is believed to have been built in 1823 as a traditional stone steading. It was
converted in approximately 2009 to provide spacious accommodation whilst retaining the original
character of the building.

The accommodation is arranged around a partially covered courtyard which provides an excellent
sheltered extension to the living space. The sympathetic renovation project created versatile,
bright and airy rooms. The reception rooms feature vaulted ceilings and, in places, exposed
timbers and stone walls. The dining room (currently used as a study) has been further upgraded
to include a beautiful parquet floor and a multi-fuel stove is a fitting addition to the sitting room.

The integrated coach house and barn provide excellent secure parking as well as useful storage
areas. They also offer scope for conversion and could be incorporated into the main accommodation.

Opposite the house is the original cart shed that provides a useful garage and storage building.
Subject to obtaining the necessary consents, the cart shed would make an excellent annexe for use
either for a business/home office or an additional dwelling.

The garden ground at Colterscleuch Steading extends to about 1.3 acres. In recent years the top
garden has been landscaped and now includes native hardwood trees as well as a hedge on the
eastern boundary.

On the other side of the property an orchard has been created and includes a diverse range of fruit trees. This area borders the River Teviot and with it comes Riparian Rights.

A kitchen garden has also been established and planted with fruit bushes and a vegetable growing
area has been constructed.

There has previously been planning consent for a detached dwelling on the north east end of the garden (11/00765/PPP). Consent was also granted, but is now lapsed, for change of use of the cart shed to form a dwelling house (11/01009/FUL).