Baird’s Bank sits looking south west over the Tweed Valley and is located just off the private drive to what was the very grand Stichill House, indeed the main drive to the home takes visitors through the spectacular sandstone gate pillars which served as the main entrance to the long gone mansion house. The entrance to the property is on the first floor, approached over a steel framed wooden bridge and the unique nature of the house doesn’t end there. There are two bedrooms on the upper floor and a family bathroom, all off a versatile open area serving several purposes. From the upper storey a feature wooden staircase leads downstairs to a large living room, a kitchen/dining room, utility room and the main bedroom with en-suite. Outside there is parking for several cars and a generously sized garage with floored upper storage level, while the large but manageable garden is on three distinct levels and gives direct access to the surrounding countryside. On the market with Doorsteps.co.uk for offers over £385,000, more details can be found HERE.
Borders property: A taste of Scandinavia with unique 3-bedroom family home
Situated in the village of Stichill, some 3½ miles from Kelso, this stunning modern property is built largely with materials from and to a Norwegian design.
By Gordon Holmes
Friday, 25th September 2020, 12:38 pm
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