Maxwellheugh Cottage lies to the south of, and above, Kelso's town centre and enjoys superb outlooks over the town including views of the River Tweed and Floors Castle. The town centre, with all its amenities is within comfortable reach.
Considered by many to be the most attractive of the Borders towns Kelso is noted particularly for its fine market square and for the remains of one of the great Border Abbeys. The town provides a good shopping centre together with an excellent range of social and sporting facilities including golf, bowls, tennis, swimming, curling, National Hunt racing and fishing. The town now has an impressive new high school on its northern edge.
Kelso sits at the confluence of the River Tweed and the River Teviot and the surrounding countryside is noted for its scenic beauty. Kelso has good road links with the other principal towns in the Scottish Borders and there are railway stations at both Tweedbank (16 miles) and Berwick upon Tweed (25 miles).
Maxwellheugh Cottage is a delightful traditional detached cottage which apparently dates from the late 18th Century and has been Listed, Category B, as being of special architectural or historical interest.
The cottage has undergone refurbishment and upgrading since 2010 and provides nicely proportioned, well appointed and well presented family sized accommodation. The cottage has gas fired central heating and modern kitchen and sanitary fittings.
Maxwellheugh Cottage has a spacious garden which includes lawns, borders, sitting out areas and generous off road car parking space.
The cottage has a useful range of outbuildings including a spacious garage, potting shed and fuel store.
Primary residency of the property would entitle the owner to membership of Kelso Angling Association's salmon beat. Their trout permit provides 4 miles of trout and grayling fishing on the River Teviot and a further 5 miles on the Tweed.