Area Guide to Buying in the Scottish Borders

Thinking of moving to the Scottish Borders?

If you’re considering a move to the Scottish Borders then make the most of our local expertise – Our guides listed below show what we love about our amazing area as a place to live.  Click here to see recently sold properties.

  • Kelso

    Kelso is a gem of a town in Roxburghshire in the Scottish Borders. It has a TD5 postcode as do the surrounding villages of •Eccles •Eckford •Morebattle •Nenthorn •Roxburgh •Smailholm and •Yetholm.

  • Eyemouth

    Eyemouth is the main coastal town in Berwickshire in the Scottish Borders. It has a TD14 postcode as do the surrounding villages of •Ayton, •Burnmouth, •Coldingham, •Reston and •St Abbs.

  • Selkirk

    Selkirk (historically a royal burgh) is a town in Selkirkshire in the Scottish Borders. It has a TD7 postcode as do the surrounding villages of •Ashkirk, •Ettrickbridge, •Midlem and •Yarrow

  • Duns

    Duns is the administrative Centre for Berwickshire in the Scottish Borders. It has a TD11 postcode as do the surrounding villages of •Abbey St. Bathans, •Allanton, •Chirnside, •Grantshouse, •Greenlaw, •Longformacus, •Swinton, •Whitsome and the surrounding countryside.

  • St Mary's Church, Hawick. Photo by Ken Mcallan

    Hawick

    Hawick is the largest town in Roxburghshire in the Scottish Borders. It has a TD9 postcode as do the surrounding villages of •Bonchester Bridge, •Denholm, •Minto, •Newcastleton and •Teviothead.

  • Berwickshire

    From Lauder in the West to the East Coast, Berwickshire covers a surprisingly large area. It includes spectacular countryside stretching from the wilds of the Lammermuirs through the lower Tweed valley to the spectacular cliffs, cosy coves and rugged headlands at the coast.

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