£270,000 Offers around
Yairbrig is a charming and unique cottage set on a 3/4 acre plot, enjoying a stunning location with a backdrop of woodland and views onto the iconic River Tweed. This location is ideal for those seeking a property with guest accommodation as there is a separate chalet complete with little kitchen and bathroom, ideal for holiday lets or alternatively as a home working space or 'granny' annexe, which incorporates a utility room and has its own entrance off the road. Internally the cottage is deceptively spacious with a quirky layout, giving scope for reconfiguration if required, and it is in good decorative order with oil fired heating, full double glazing and several appealing features including for example baton and plank doors with latch key handles and a stone feature wall in the kitchen. The hallway accesses a WC and the bathroom, with stairs leading up to two good sized double bedrooms which have coombed ceilings and are served by an internal shower room. The living room accesses the stylish kitchen, in turn leading to a sun room/dining room which opens to the gardens. A door off the living room takes you through to an extension which has provided a versatile space, linking to the en-suite master bedroom via two separate rooms, one of which leads to the garden. There is ample pull in parking to the front and the garden is predominantly to the side, creating a delightful spot from where to enjoy the stunning views.
Yairbrig enjoys an idyllic and scenic location, in easy reach of Clovenfords which has a popular hotel with bar and restaurant as well as a modern sought after primary school. Secondary schooling and a wider rage of shops and amenities can be found in either nearby Selkirk, or the central Borders town of Galashiels which is also readily accessible. Travel to Edinburgh can be via either the A7 or A72, with train travel from either Galashiels or Stow which is also in comfortable reach. The Tweed Valley is an area of great natural beauty and attracts tourists and visitors from far and wide, making this an ideal spot to capture the market for visitors and holiday makers. Glentress Montain Biking centre is close by and the property is situated on the Southern Upland Way, ideal for walkers and canoeing. A fishing licence is available at £25 per year.
Travelling from Clovenfords towards Selkirk follow the A707, continue over the bridge across the Tweed and Yair Cottage is directly ahead.
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