How Law is a tremendous modern detached family home which has been finished to a high standard and offers bright and versatile accommodation.
The property, brought to the market by Galbraith, has oil fired under floor heating, wood burning stove in the sitting room, bespoke kitchen with quartz worktops, modern sanitary fittings, a mix of engineered wooden and ceramic flooring and excellent built in storage space including a walk-in pantry off the utility room.
The ground floor accommodation incorporates vestibule, hall, sitting room, dining room, garden room, study, living kitchen, utility room, two WCs (each with WC and basin) and covered porch.
On the first floor, there is a landing, master bedroom with dressing room and en suite shower room, guest bedroom with en suite shower room, two further double bedrooms and family bathroom. A separate staircase off the living kitchen gives access to a versatile room which would be ideal as a home office, family room, playroom or games room.
How Law sits within a large garden which extends to about two thirds of an acre. The garden is beautifully presented and includes patio, gravelled paths, borders, box hedges, bespoke garden shed and thermawood greenhouse, and a timber log shed.
Planning permission was granted for a summer house although this has not been built. The impressive garden has been opened for church funds in the past.
There is an integral double garage with How Law, this having direct pedestrian access to/from the utility room. There is ample gravelled car parking for several cars in front of the house.
How Law has an excellent rural location which is peaceful whilst being within comfortable commuting distance of Edinburgh.
The small group of houses at Kirkhill lie approximately half a mile to the east of Legerwood. Local amenities are found in each of Earlston (6 miles) and Lauder (7 miles) and Earlston High School is one of the best regarded high schools in the Scottish Borders.
A wider range of amenities is found in each of Melrose and Kelso and the A68, which links Edinburgh with the northeast of England, is within easy reach. The Borders railway, which has a regular train service to Edinburgh, terminates at Tweedbank.
The Scottish Borders is renowned for its scenic beauty and is an ideal base for those with an interest in sporting and outdoor pursuits whilst not wishing to be too far from a busy capital city.
Curtains, blinds, garden ornaments, garden planters and the land line telephone are not included in the sale.
This property has a guide price £550,000.
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