Yew Tree Cottage abuts The Lees Estate and enjoys peaceful privacy on the edge of Coldstream whilst being within comfortable walking distance of the towns amenities. Other attractions within easy reach are The Lees, The Hirsel and the River …
Yew Tree Cottage abuts The Lees Estate and enjoys peaceful privacy on the edge of Coldstream whilst being within comfortable walking distance of the town’s amenities. Other attractions within easy reach are The Lees, The Hirsel and the River Tweed.
Coldstream is a popular Borders town which lies on the River Tweed amid the rolling farmlands of The Merse. The town has a useful range of shops, sporting and recreational facilities as well as good road links with the region’s principal centres - including Berwick upon Tweed with its main east coast railway line railway station. The rugged east coast is within easy reach.
Coldstream has a primary school and secondary schooling is at the modern Berwickshire High School in Duns.
Yew Tree Cottage is a successful conversion which provides versatile and well appointed family sized accommodation.
The cottage has gas fired central heating from a “Rayburn” cooker as well as a log burning stove in the sitting room/dining room. Solar panels installed in 2001 help provide some of the hot water.
The Lees Stables is Listed, Category B, as being of special architectural or historical interest. The property dates from around 1770, and later, and was converted around 1994.
The attractive cobbled courtyard is shared and is looked after by a committee of the surrounding property owners.
Entrance hall, large open plan sitting room/dining room, kitchen, rear hall, WC (with WC and basin) and main bedroom with en suite bathroom (with bath, basin and WC).
Landing, 3 double bedrooms, study/bedroom 5 and shower room (with shower, basin and WC).
GARDEN AND GROUNDS
There Is an attractive shared cobbled courtyard in front of Yew Tree Cottage and a large, private garden with lawn, borders, trees and an old well. A pleasing feature of the garden is the wide range of birds and wildlife it attracts .
Outbuildings include a timber garage/workshop, timber garden shed and a greenhouse.
Approaching Coldstream from the west pass the Health Centre and the entrance to The Hirsel on your left before taking the first right turn and fairly quickly turning right again. Ignore the immediate right turn into a short cul-de-sac and continue on to Lees Stables passing through the arched access into the fine shared cobbled courtyard. Yew Tree Cottage is facing you to the left.
Strictly by appointment with the selling agents.