Galbraith is Scotland’s leading independent property consultancy, with expertise across a broad spectrum of property related services.

Tweedsyde

90 Roxburgh Street, Kelso, Scottish Borders, TD5 7DY

Guide Price £325,000


  • Superb family home

  • Excellent location

  • Outlooks over River Tweed

  • Lounge, garden room

  • Dining Kitchen, 4 bedrooms

  • Excellent garden

  • Potential for "granny annexe"

  • Trout fishing rights

Tweedsyde enjoys an excellent location within comfortable walking distance of Kelso’s Square. The house has magnificent outlooks over the River Tweed.

From the Square head up Roxburgh Street and Tweedsyde lies on the left opposite Kelso North Parish Church.

Arguably ...

Tweedsyde enjoys an excellent location within comfortable walking distance of Kelso’s Square. The house has magnificent outlooks over the River Tweed.

From the Square head up Roxburgh Street and Tweedsyde lies on the left opposite Kelso North Parish Church.

Arguably the most attractive of the Borders towns Kelso is set in an area of great scenic beauty and is noted particularly for it’s fine Market Square and the remains of one of the great Border Abbeys. The town sits at the confluence of the River Tweed and the River Teviot and is a good shopping centre. Social and sporting facilities include golf, bowls, tennis, swimming, curling, professional hunt racing and fishing. Tweedsyde is within easy walking distance of the town's amenities including the new high school and the local health centre.

Kelso has good road links with the other principal towns in the Borders and The Borders Railway provides a regular train service between Tweedbank and Edinburgh. There is a main East Coast line railway station at Berwick Upon Tweed.

Tweedsyde is a versatile and well appointed family home which enjoys excellent outlooks..

The original house has been extended since construction and has the potential to create a “granny annex” or office if desired.

The house benefits from gas fired central heating and has an excellent “Countryside” kitchen with a dining area which has glazed walls making the most of the River Tweed views.

There is a disused basement cellar which offers various potential future uses including additional storage, providing direct external access to the ground floor and in filling it to provide off road car parking.


The mature garden runs down towards the Tweed and includes a patio, lawn, shrubs, water feature and two garden sheds. There is a gate at the foot of the garden on to “The Cobby” and whilst “The Cobby” is open to public use the ground from the house to the centre of the Tweed belongs with Tweedsyde. The property owner has trout fishing rights in the Tweed.