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Langheugh has an excellent location on the southern edge of Hawick and benefits from being on the edge of the town's attractive surrounding countryside whilst also lying within comfortable walking distance of the town centre with all its amenities. Wilton ...
Langheugh has an excellent location on the southern edge of Hawick and benefits from being on the edge of the town's attractive surrounding countryside whilst also lying within comfortable walking distance of the town centre with all its amenities. Wilton Park is within easy reach. This section of Buccleuch Road is a peaceful, private cul-de-sac.
Hawick is the largest town in the Scottish Borders and has a wide range of facilities and professional services. The town has both primary and secondary schools along with a good range of shops, sporting and recreational facilities. The surrounding countryside is noted for its natural beauty and caters for sporting and outdoor enthusiasts. Hawick straddles the A7 which links Edinburgh with Carlisle and the town has good road links with the other principal towns in the Scottish Borders.
From the town centre travel southwest along Buccleuch Street/Buccleuch Road/A7 towards Carlisle. Pass the High School on your right and Borders College on the left, continuing to a left turn into a private cul-de-sac section of Buccleuch Road. Langheugh is the last house in the cul-de-sac and No. 1 is the northeast most of the two first and upper floor conversions in the building.
Langheugh is a substantial detached house, understood to date from around 1905, on the southern edge of Hawick. The house has been sub-divided to create three spacious conversions- apparently in the 1970s.
The versatile, spacious and well appointed family sized accommodation retains many attractive original features whilst benefiting from gas fired central heating and double glazing. The floored and lined attic, with loft ladder access, has electric lighting and forms an excellent storage area.
1 Langheugh has a large, sloping back garden which includes lawn, woodland, decking, chicken run and a garden shed. There is ample tarred car parking space in front of the property, along with a useful workshop/spacious single car garage with inspection pit.
A large, tarred car parking area in front of Langheugh, along with the wooded banking running down from the house to the A7, belong with Langheugh and are shared between the three property owners in the building.
The vendors currently rent stables and grazing nearby.