Meadow House has a tremendous private, yet central, location within one of the most sought after villages in the Scottish Borders. The house lies within the St Boswells conservation area and sits within large, private and well tended garden and …
Meadow House has a tremendous private, yet central, location within one of the most sought after villages in the Scottish Borders. The house lies within the St Boswells conservation area and sits within large, private and well tended garden and grounds.
St Boswells is a picturesque village which reputedly has the largest village green in Scotland and sits above the River Tweed. The village lies adjacent to the A68 which provides good vehicular access both north to Edinburgh and south to the northeast of England. Both Scottish Borders Councils headquarters and the Borders General Hospital are within easy reach.
St Boswells has a good range of local shops, including the popular Main Street Trading bookshop with café, along with a primary school, popular Hotel, church and a garage/petrol station. Secondary schooling is at the highly regarded Earlston High School. St Boswells has a good range of sporting and recreational facilities including a golf course, rugby club, tennis courts and cricket ground. The Waverley rail link between Tweedbank/Galashiels and Edinburgh terminates a short drive from Meadow House and has a half hourly train service.
Meadow House is a superb Georgian family home which is understood to date from around 1780. The house exudes character and provides well proportioned and thoughtfully laid out accommodation. Meadow House has oil fired central heating and a large 4 door AGA in the kitchen.
There are extensive outbuildings immediately to the east of Meadow House which appear to have potential for conversion to residential or office use - subject to planning. These include 2 garages, 2 stables, a loft and garden store. Other outbuildings include a summer house, old game larder/log store, greenhouse, machinery lean two, coal store and outside loo (with WC and basin).
Meadow house enjoys a secluded position in the heart of the village. The well kept mature gardens and grounds are positioned to the north and south of the property. The front of the house benefits from a south easterly aspect, with stunning views of the established borders, specialty trees and lawn. While the back of the property leads you to a spacious paddock with fruit trees, greenhouse and vegetable patch.
Access to the property is via a private driveway leading to a gravel frontage with car parking for multiple cars. A cobbled courtyard wraps between the rear of the house and the main outbuildings. There is a small wooded area at the southeast end of the garden, adjacent to the gate and driveway to the grounds.
Carpets are included in the purchase price.
Curtains and poles may be considered separately.
Some brass and speciality light fittings throughout the house are not included in the sale.
Garden planters and stone troughs are not included in the sale.