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Eden Hall

Kelso, Scottish Borders, TD5 7QD

Guide Price £990,000


  • Striking period country house

  • Extensive grazing and stabling

  • Superb views across the Tweed valley

  • 7 Bedrooms. 3 Receptions

  • Registered agricultural holding

  • Secondary accommodation

  • Stable yard with 10 loose boxes and manege

  • Mature garden, walled garden and amenity woodland

  • In all about 26.16 acres

  • For sale as a whole

Standing on a sunny, south-facing hillside with views to the Tweed Valley and the Cheviots, Eden Hall is an imposing family home. With its turret, ornate cornices and galleried hall, it is a Grade C listed building with excellent communications ...

Standing on a sunny, south-facing hillside with views to the Tweed Valley and the Cheviots, Eden Hall is an imposing family home. With its turret, ornate cornices and galleried hall, it is a Grade C listed building with excellent communications to the major centres. It is also close to a private airstrip, Berwick rail station and routes to the north and south. With stables and an Olympic size manege, it has been the home of dressage writer and international trainer Sylvia Loch and her family. The house dates from the late 19th Century and the main
accommodation consists of a ground floor and upper storey approached by an elegant staircase – a special feature being the William Burns hall window.

Eden Hall is situated approximately 4 miles east of the historic and attractive Borders town of Kelso, which lies on the banks of the River Tweed. Floors Castle is close by and Kelso plays host to the annual Border Union Agricultural Show and world famous tup sales. Kelso has a wide range of shops, library, supermarkets and services with excellent schooling in the area. The town has very good primary and secondary schools, with private schooling available in Melrose (14 miles) and Berwick-upon-Tweed. The area is well provided for in terms of recreation, leisure facilities such as rugby, ice skating, hockey, equestrian, tennis and football.

Edinburgh, and its international airport and mainline railway station, lies approximately 45 miles to the north west of Kelso, while Berwick-upon-Tweed, with its mainline rail link and the A1, lies approximately 20 miles to the east. Newcastle airport is approximately 58 miles to the south.

There are lovely walks in the area and fishing is available on the Rivers Tweed and Teviot including the famous Junction Pool. Organised pheasant and grouse shooting is available locally and it is possible to hunt with a number of different packs. There are frequent National Hunt race meetings at Kelso and the golfer is well catered for at the recently established 18 hole Roxburghe course. Eden Hall is located close to the Duke of Buccleuch’s, Berwickshire and College Valley and North Northumberland Hunt countries.