East Boonraw has an excellent rural, yet accessible, location a short distance to the north of Hawick and enjoys extensive south easterly outlooks over Teviotdale to the Liddelsdale Hills and Ruberslaw. Hawick, with a population of around 15,000, is an important Borders town which has grown up at the junction of the Teviot and the Slitrig. The town has a good range of shops, primary and secondary schools, sporting and recreational facilities. The surrounding countryside is known for its scenic beauty and offers excellent horse riding and walking opportunities. Hawick straddles the A7 and enjoys good road links with the north of England and southern and central Scotland.
Travelling north from Hawick on the A7 turn left on to a minor road signed East and West Boonraw approximately 2 miles out of the town. East Boonraw lies on the left about one mile from the turning and the plots are as the A7 end of the existing dwellings.
This is an attractive pair of fairly level residential plot with planning permission for a single dwelinghouses.
The plot extend to approximately 0.49 acres. Small adjoining paddock may be available by separate negotiation.
The plot have planning permission in principle and this can be viewed on Scottish Borders Council's website - Ref: 15/01191/PPP.
Mains electricity is available nearby. Private water and drainage will be required and will be the responsibility of the purchasers. Drainage will require to be agreed to the satisfaction of SEPA, Scottish Borders Council and Buccleuch Estates.