The grazing land lies immediately to the south of Earlston between the A68 and the Leader Water. Access to the land is from the lay-by on the east side of the A68 which is reached immediately after leaving Earlston, travelling south.
Earlston is a popular small Borders town which has a fairly central location within the region and straddles the A68. The town has a good range of amenities and the surrounding countryside is noted for its scenic beauty.
This is a relatively level area of grazing land which is currently divided into four paddocks and includes two useful timber field shelters. The land extends to approximately 4.3 hectares (10.68 aces).
The land is being sold as grazing land and will be subject to burdens, including one that it must always be used for the benefit of animals. The land is being sold by Borders Pet Rescue who intend to develop a dog exercise area on land they own to the south of this grazing land. (Planning ref: 14/00747/FUL)
There is no power or water on the land, which abutts the Leader Water.