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Craigie Knowe

Earlston, Scottish Borders, TD4 6DJ

Guide Price £450,000


  • Accessible location

  • Fine outlays

  • Reach of Border Rail Link

  • Equestrian outbuildings

  • About 8.15 acres

  • 2 Reception, 4 Bedrooms (1 en suite)

  • Double Garage.

  • Registered small holding

Craigie Knowe has an accessible rural location within easy reach of the A68 approximately 1 mile to the southwest of Earlston. The property enjoys open north easterly outlooks over Earlston to the hills beyond and also has views to the ...

Craigie Knowe has an accessible rural location within easy reach of the A68 approximately 1 mile to the southwest of Earlston. The property enjoys open north easterly outlooks over Earlston to the hills beyond and also has views to the Black Hill. Earlston is a popular Borders town with a good range of amenities including shops, inns, a highly regarded secondary school and a primary school. The countryside around Earlston is noted for its scenic beauty and nearby Borders towns provide a wide range of recreational and sporting facilities. The Tweedbank Terminal for the Borders rail link with Edinburgh lies approximately 6 miles from Craigie Knowe.

Travelling south on the A68 from Earlston cross the Leader Water and take the first right turn, signed “Blainslie”. Craigie Knowe lies on the right approximately half a mile up this road.

Craigie Knowe is a tremendous, modern detached bungalow which dates from around 2006 and provides thoughtfully designed, nicely proportioned and well appointed family sized accommodation. The bungalow benefits from gas fired central heating and double glazing. Solar panels have been installed.

Craigie Knowe sits within its own garden grounds which are neatly maintained and include grass and gravel along with good tarred car parking/turning space. There is an attached double garage with electric door.

Craigie Knowe has approximately 8 acres of land and this lies mainly to its south and east. The land has been laid out for horses with electric fencing (run off the mains supply) and running mains water. Outbuildings include a useful stable block (with hay store, 3 loose boxes (one doubles as a foaling box if needed) and feed/wash room) and a large shed/workshop (approx. 8.9m x 13.4m) with partitioned off tack room and workshop. Craigie Knowe is a registered small holding.