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Kelso

Thinking of moving to Kelso?

Kelso, famously described by Sir Walter Scott as “the most beautiful if not the most romantic of villages” is actually a town in the Scottish Borders.

Kelso has a TD5 postcode as do the nearby villages of •Eccles • Eckford • Heiton • Morebattle • Nenthorn • Roxburgh • Smailholm • Sunlaws • Yetholm and the surrounding countryside.

Here’s what we love about the Kelso area

Pop in to our Property Shop on Kelso Square

Our staff are local and we are here for friendly expert advice. You can pick up property particulars and help yourself to BSPC and ESPC Property Guides

  • Overlooking Kelso Square with the River Tweed and Floors Castle in the distance  ©AW

  • Kelso Town Hall and Horsemarket and Woodmarket Streets  ©AW

  • Roxburgh Street, looking towards Kelso North Church  ©AW

  • Sunlaws Hamlet, 18 hole Golf Course and Roxburgh Viaduct

  • Kirk Yetholm

  • Town Yetholm, edge of village

  • River Teviot looking towards Sunlaws

  • The view from Houndridge

  • Roxburgh Street and view of River Tweed towards Floors Castle

  • Town Yetholm & Kirk Yetholm

    The Yetholm Villages sit either side of the Bowmont River and have thriving village communities. •Town Yetholm, on the North side has a •village pub, •primary school, post office, church, garage and petrol station, •butcher and •village store. The village is known for its societies and group activities, and has a well-used public hall staging events throughout the year. The •Border Hotel in •Kirk Yetholm is the official end of the Pennine Way. Secondary education and main shopping facilities are available in Kelso, some 8 miles away. Find out more at the •community website.