The property is located on the south bank of the Yarrow Water in arguably one of the most scenic Borders locations.
Selkirk and Innerleithen are both within 10 miles reach and St Mary’s Loch is only six miles away.
The Yarrow Valley is noted for its scenic beauty and was celebrated in the old Border ballads and in the verse of James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd. More recently, the tranquillity of the location has been captured in the paintings of well-known Borders artist Tom Scott (1854-1927).
The conversion enjoys fine outlooks and provides bright, spacious and imaginatively-designed accommodation, including sitting room, dining room, kitchen/family room, utility, WC, master bedroom with en suite shower room, three further bedrooms and family bathroom.
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The entrance hall with galleried landing is an attractive feature and the conversion benefits from oil-fired central heating and double glazing.
There is an attractive garden, with the conversion lying mainly to the south of the property, and the landscaped central courtyard also belongs with the conversion.
Car parking is available to the east of the conversion and under the pend.
EPC Rating: C. Guide Price £325,000.
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