STCM
 

£650,000 Offers over

Menzion House, Tweedsmuir, Biggar, Lanarkshire South, ML12 6QR

5 bedroom detached house for sale

Property Details

Nestled amidst the glorious landscape of the Upper Tweed Valley, Menzion House is a splendid Georgian property enjoying an elevated position overlooking the River Tweed. Dating back to 1826, the property is full of character and charm, benefiting from solid thick walls and offering flexible family accommodation over three floors. The recently painted exterior is immaculately presented, as is the interior, tastefully finished with stylish country chic décor throughout.
Menzion House includes five double bedrooms, two principal reception rooms overlooking the garden, a large family kitchen extended to the rear creating a superb, spacious and sociable living area and a sizeable library/study to accommodate working from home.
The property sits within just over 3 acres of native woodland plus a walled garden to the front., To the rear lies a double garage and a substantial outbuilding with wood burning stove, currently utilised as a workshop and fitted out as such but offering the possibility of additional accommodation for personal use or to generate income. A kitchen garden also sits to the rear including raised beds and a polytunnel.


Property Description
Nestled amidst the glorious landscape of the Upper Tweed Valley, Menzion House is a splendid Georgian property enjoying an elevated position overlooking the River Tweed. Dating back to 1826, the property is full of character and charm, benefiting from solid thick walls and offering flexible family accommodation over three floors. The recently painted exterior is immaculately presented, as is the interior, tastefully finished with stylish country chic décor throughout.
Menzion House includes five double bedrooms, two principal reception rooms overlooking the garden, a large family kitchen extended to the rear creating a superb, spacious and sociable living area and a sizeable library/study to accommodate working from home.
The property sits within an elongated plot of just over 3 acres comprising native woodland, a haven for a wide variety of flora and fauna enjoyed immensely by the current owners. A walled garden features to the front, and at the rear lies a double garage and a substantial outbuilding with wood burning stove, currently utilised as a workshop and fitted out as such but offering the possibility of additional accommodation for personal use or to generate income. A kitchen garden also sits to the rear including raised beds and a polytunnel.

Accommodation Comprises
Ground Floor - Entrance Vestibule, Bathroom and Storeroom, Kitchen/Dining room, Utility Room, Sitting Room with Butler's Pantry off, Inner Hallway, Dining Room and Entrance Porch.
First Floor - Hall Landing, 2 Bedrooms (master-en-suite), Shower Room. There is first floor accommodation accessed from the ground floor hallway between the living room and kitchen/dining room. The accommodation comprises:- Hall Landing, Bedroom, and Study/Library
Second Floor - Hall landing, 2 Bedrooms
Outside- A picturesque tree lined driveway leads to a parking area and turning circle to the side of Menzion House. To the front of the property is a walled garden with mature trees and whilst laid to lawn, the distinctive quarters of the original garden remain visible. To the rear of the property is a double garage with photo voltaic panels installed over the garage roof. This installation amounts to approximately 3kw. Aside this is a large outbuilding complete with wood burning stove. This is currently utilised as a workshop and is fitted out as such but could easily be adapted to further residential accommodation for extended family or additional income. A kitchen garden area lies behind with raised beds and a polytunnel. There is also a garden pond, enjoyed by a variety of regular bird and wildlife visitors.

Distances
Biggar 13 miles, Broughton 8 miles, Moffat 15 miles, Peebles 18 miles, M74 16 miles, Edinburgh 37 miles

Area Insights
Menzion House is beautifully located just outside the picturesque village of Tweedsmuir in the Scottish Borders. The countryside is idyllic here, with rolling hills, meandering burns, an abundance of wildlife and endless opportunities for outdoor pursuits with the Southern Uplands offering a plethora of walking and cycling routes for all abilities. As for wild swimming or camping, star gazing or forest bathing, it's truly a dream location.
Tweedsmuir is a small but vibrant and supportive community. Recent efforts to revive The Crook Inn, famous for visits from Robert Burns, have resulted in The Wee Crook, which offers a lively and sociable meeting place for music nights, food, beverages and conviviality.
Eight miles north of Tweedsmuir is the village of Broughton, with the local Primary School, garage, Community Store and Laurel Bank Tea Room. The market town of Biggar is five miles west of Broughton and all services and amenities can be found here alongside many independent retailers.
Travelling south on the A701 for fifteen miles leads to the larger town of Moffat. Originally a spa town, this conservation area offers a rich history and a thriving cultural, creative and musical scene. Moffat Farmers Market, taking place every second Sunday is worth a visit with over 30 stalls offering local produce. One mile further will take you to the A74(M) leading north or south.
Peebles, 18 miles north east, offers an eclectic mix of independent retailers, cafes and food shops. The Eastgate Theatre provides musical and theatrical entertainment for all ages plus classes and a café. During summer, the Beltane Festival sees the town come to life with all sorts of festivities. Meanwhile Glentress is one of the 7 stanes world class mountain bike venues, bringing the Tweedlove Festival to the area annually. School pupils will travel to Peebles High School by school bus following Primary School education at Broughton Primary School. Pupils may choose to travel to Edinburgh to private school and many of these schools offer transport to outlying areas, including West Linton.

This house description is based upon information supplied by the owner, or on behalf of the owner. These property particulars are produced in good faith and do not constitute or form part of any contract. s1homes do not take any responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in this document.

If a property value displays '0', don't worry it just means no properties have been sold in that area during that time.

Source acknowledgement: Contains data compiled by Registers of Scotland. For further information, please contact data@ros.gov.uk.

Registers of Scotland is a government body responsible for compiling and maintaining property registers. There can be a delay of up to 3 months from when a property is sold to being recorded with Registers of Scotland. We provide house price data for your information only, we do not accept any liability for any errors.

If you have noticed any incorrect information, please contact info@s1now.com.

01896 809 200 Paton & Co

Property value

Share this property

Property History

  • Property added on 8 April 2023
  • Property sold (STCM) on 10 April 2024
  • This property is now for sale
  • New price Offers over £650,000 as of 21 March 2024
    Was: Offers over £675,000
  • Property sold (STCM) on 22 September 2023
  • 2,244 Viewed this page
  • 1 Person currently watching
 

Selling your home?

We can help. Get a free valuation from a trusted Scottish agent today.
 
 
01896 809 200 Paton & Co