21 East High Street, Lauder, TD2 6SS
2 Bed Cottage - Semi Detached
Asking Price £165,000
About the property
In a central position with views towards the Thirlestane Estate to the rear, 21 East High Street is a well presented terraced property with well kept and bright accommodation over two floor and a charming rear garden.
Previously a successful rental, the two bedroom property offers excellent scope as a main residence or holiday home - with the opportunity to purchase the garden cottage by separate negotiation.
Entrance, Living Room, Dining Room, Breakfasting Kitchen, rear Hall, two Double Bedrooms, Bathroom. Well Appointed Lawn, Patio & Rear Parking.
•Location – a Border hot-spot, property in Lauder is increasingly popular and the village caters well for retirees and families alike, offering a lifestyle blending country living and modern requirement.
•Condition – the property is in walk-in condition and has been well maintained, particularly for a stone built traditional house of this age.
•Scope – whether as a separate dwelling or jointly purchased with 23 East High Street (price by separate negotiation) this is a great property to put a buyers own stamp on the property and modernise further.
An increasingly popular spot, Lauder is arguably one of the best connected Border village; with swift access to Edinburgh in under an hour or south via the A68, and nearby train connection at Stow making it a popular choice for commuters. The work-life balance of the village is another admirable feature; set in stunning rolling countryside with a host of outdoor and recreational hobbies well catered for, it is considered a great choice for families - with a well performing primary school and within the catchment for the top performing secondary Earlston high School.
Lauder is home to Thirlestane Castle; a magnificent 16th Century Castle set in a quiet meadow landscape and the family home of the Duke of Lauderdale. Thirlestane is one of the oldest and finest Castles in Scotland where you will find many beautiful and peaceful walks to enjoy. The Tour de Lauder sets off from Lauder every April attracting cyclists from all over the country. There is a real sense of community spirit within the village with many events for all ages held in the local pubs and Town Hall. There is a good selection of small outlets including an award winning butcher, baker, fruit & veg shop, co-op and two very good coffee shops.
Main gas, electric, water & drainage. Gas fired central heating & full double glazing.
Viewing & Home Report
To arrange a viewing or request a copy of the Home Report contact the selling agents, Hastings Property on 01750 724160 -lines open until 10pm 7 days a week.
Offers are invited and should be submitted to the Selling Agents, Hastings Property Shop, 28 The Square, Kelso, TD5 7HH, 01573 225999, Fax 01573 229888. The seller reserves the right to sell at any time and interested parties will be expected to provide the Selling Agents with advice on the source of funds with suitable confirmation of their ability to finance the purchase.
All floor and wall coverings, light fittings and appliances as viewed are included. As a separate purchase from 23 East High Street, the right hand section of the garden will be owned by 21 including the garage and rear parking, with the rear steps and gate jointly owned. The patio adjacent to both properties and access from the high street will be shared.