Denholm, Hawick, Scottish Borders, TD9 8NX

Guide Price £670,000

4.4 acres

Bedroom Count icon 5

Reception Count icon 3

  • Gracious country house.
  • Expansive grounds.
  • 3 Receptions, 5 bedrooms.
  • About 4.4 acres
  • Edge of conservation village.
  • Accessible to A7 and A68
  • Stables, grazing.
  • Outbuildings.

SITUATIONDeanburn enjoys an enviable location on the western edge of the much sought after village of Denholm. Whilst the property benefits from being in a rural location, a footpath leads to the village centre. The conservation village of Denholm has a population of around 600 and benefits from a good range of local amenities including independent shops, a post office, primary school, church, and two inns. Teviotdale is a particularly attractive part of the Borders and is ideal for those looking for a rural home with scenic surroundings, whilst being within easy reach of Edinburgh, Scotland’s central belt and the north of England.There is a frequent bus service to both Hawick and Jedburgh. Access to Edinburgh is by either the A68 or the A7, both of which connect with the A698 through the village. The Borders Railway at Tweedbank has a regular train service to the capital. DESCRIPTIONDeanburn dates from about 1880 and is a very appealing traditional detached family home. The property provides versatile accommodation and benefits from many attractive features such as exposed rafter tails, elegantly proportioned rooms, sash windows and, in places, working shutters. There is a particularly fine feature staircase leading from the impressive reception hall to the first floor. Deanburn has most recently been used as a family home for which it was ideal. There is scope to modernise the décor to create a truly magical country residence.ACCOMMODATIONGround Floor: Entrance porch, reception hall, drawing room, dining room, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, laundry/shower room, cloakroom.First Floor:5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, WC.GARDEN, GROUNDS AND OUTBUILDINGSDeanburn sits within generous, attractive and mature garden grounds. The more formal part of the garden includes borders and low shrubs. The grounds are mostly laid to lawn and include larger shrubs and trees to provide year round interest, privacy and shelter. There is a good selection of rhododendron bushes to the north of the house. The grounds have the advantage of a hard tennis court.There is gravel car parking/turning space in front of the house. Deanburn benefits from a good range of varied outbuildings including a home office (created from the garage), workshop, 3 garden stores, log store, 2 greenhouses, games room plus 3 stables and a tack room.Included with the sale is a 1.96 acre field edged by areas of sheltering woodland. The Dean Burn runs through the western part of the field and provides a natural source of water. The land is in good heart and provides decent grazing suitable for a variety of purposes.NOTEDeanburn falls within the Denholm Conservation Area boundary.DIRECTIONSTo reach Deanburn head west on the A698 from the village green towards Hawick. Just outside the village the turn to Deanburn is on the left. Continue past the spur to Deanburn Lodge. Deanburn is straight ahead.WHAT3WORDSTo find this property location to within 3 metres, download and use What3Words and enter the following 3 words: loved.surprise.gloomPOST CODETD9 8NX