The historic and picturesque town of Melrose is located between the distinctive Eildon Hills and the world famous River Tweed in the heart of the Scottish Borders.
Melrose is a thriving small market town which includes a wide variety of shops, restaurants, hotels, a health centre and professional services plus local and independent primary level schools. The Borders General Hospital which provides comprehensive medical facilities for the whole region is less than ½ mile from Quarrydene.
The Borders Railway, with a station 1½ miles away in Tweedbank, provides a regular service to Edinburgh.
Quarrydene is situated west of Melrose town centre. It is a popular residential street of mixed sized properties accessed off Ormiston Terrace.
Number 20 is situated on the south side of Quarrydene. The appealing property forms the ground floor flat of a two storey building built in the 1980's. The flat provides easy care accommodation. A folding and sliding door separates the kitchen and sitting room This gives the option of open plan living or 2 separate rooms. There are 3 storage cupboards off the hall, the largest of which is a walk in airing cupboard.
The garden is on the south side of the house. It is laid mostly to lawn with shrubs and trees. A pedestrian gate at the end of the garden gives access to the old railway line, now a footpath that leads to the Borders General Hospital and the town centre.