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Woodrigdean

Lauder, Scottish Borders, TD2 6QZ

Guide Price £350,000


  • Scenic rural location

  • Comfortable commute to Edinburgh

  • 5 Bedrooms 2 Receptions

  • “Rayburn” cooker.

  • Landscaped garden

  • Double garage.

  • Paddock, with water supply.

  • About 2.78 acres (1.12 ha)

  • Registered Farm Code 269/0011

Woodrigdean has an accessible rural location approximately one mile to the southeast of Carfraemill, a small settlement at the junction of the A68 and the A697. It therefore benefits from the scenic beauty of the Scottish Borders whilst being within ...

Woodrigdean has an accessible rural location approximately one mile to the southeast of Carfraemill, a small settlement at the junction of the A68 and the A697. It therefore benefits from the scenic beauty of the Scottish Borders whilst being within commuting distance of Edinburgh. Carfraemill enjoys good road links and lies on a bus route. Carfraemill Lodge, with its fine restaurant, is a popular destination.

Nearby Oxton has an active community and a range of local amenities including a shop and highly regarded primary school. There is a wider range of amenities in Lauder and secondary schooling is at the highly regarded Earlston High School. Carfraemill has good road links with the main Borders towns and the A68 links Edinburgh with the northeast of England.

From the Carfraemill roundabout take the A697 Coldstream road and Woodrigdean lies on your left, above the road, immediately after the first speed camera you reach.

Woodrigdean is an attractive, detached family home offering spacious and versatile accommodation. The Vendors built the property in 1965 and it was significantly extended in 1988. The house benefits from oil fired central heating, a “Rayburn” cooker in the kitchen, double glazed windows (the sitting room and front bedroom windows had triple glazed windows installed in 2014) and good built in storage space.

Woodrigdean has a good range of outbuildings including an attached double garage, two useful built-in stores and a lean-to car port. The spacious garden is nicely landscaped and well maintained. It includes lawn, borders, tarred driveway, car parking/turning space. In addition to the garden ground Woodrigdean has a useful adjoining paddock with water supply which extends to approximately 2.58 acres. The entire property, including the house plot and paddock, extends to approximately 2.78 acres. Woodrigdean is a registered small holding (Reg No—269/0011).

Mains electricity. Private water supply from a bore hole. Additional privileged water supply to field and garage (ex-Lylestane). Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.