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Roderick Place, West Linton, Borders, EH46 7ES

4 bedroom detached house for sale

Property Details

Enjoying the corner plot in an exclusive cul-de-sac on the outskirts of West Linton, 1 Roderick Place benefits from glorious views across the Scottish Borders countryside. This contemporary four bed property offers flexible living accommodation across three floors including five public rooms, two of which maximise the stunning views with large floor to ceiling windows. The south facing lounge opens out to a sizeable balcony to allow enjoyment of the surrounding nature. A particularly unusual feature of this property is a fully integrated 16-seater cinema set up in the lower ground floor, adjoining the double garage. This occupies a previously disused space and will most definitely appeal to those who enjoy a sociable movie night. One of the public rooms is utilised as a games room complete with pool table. A mature garden, mostly laid to lawn with planted borders, shrubs and trees wraps around the property. Two patio areas sit in secluded and sheltered locations with a large decking area to the side of the house for entertaining and a second decking area, on the opposite side of the house, for al fresco dining.

Property Description
Enjoying the corner plot in an exclusive cul-de-sac on the outskirts of West Linton, 1 Roderick Place benefits from glorious views across the Scottish Borders countryside. This contemporary four bed property offers flexible living accommodation across three floors including five public rooms, two of which maximise the stunning views with large floor to ceiling windows. The south facing lounge opens out to a sizeable balcony to allow enjoyment of the surrounding nature. A particularly unusual feature of this property is a fully integrated 16-seater cinema set up in the lower ground floor, adjoining the double garage. This occupies a previously disused space and will most definitely appeal to those who enjoy a sociable movie night. One of the public rooms is utilised as a games room complete with pool table. A mature garden, mostly laid to lawn with planted borders, shrubs and trees wraps around the property. Two patio areas sit in secluded and sheltered locations with a large decking area to the side of the house for entertaining and a second decking area, on the opposite side of the house, for al fresco dining.

Accommodation Comprises

Ground Floor - Entrance vestibule hall, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, games room, utility room and shower room.
Upper Ground Floor - Lounge and sitting room.
First Floor - Landing, master bedroom with en suite bathroom, three further bedrooms and bathroom
Lower Ground Floor - Cinema room, Double Garage

Outside
A well maintained and mature garden wraps around the property with a gravel driveway leading up to the double garage at the front. The majority of the garden is laid to lawn interspersed with trees, shrubs and borders. Two patio areas sit in secluded and sheltered locations with a large decking area to the side of the house. for entertaining and a second decking area, on the opposite side of the house, for al fresco dining. There are also two 10/13ft wooden sheds.

Distances
Biggar 12 miles, Peebles 14 miles, Edinburgh City Bypass 14 miles, Penicuik 8 miles (all distances are approximate)

Area Insights
West Linton is a highly desirable location for those wanting to enjoy aspects of rural life whilst being within easy distance of the City of Edinburgh. A thriving and lively community live here, enjoying lots of activities socially and a huge choice of physical activities including tennis, bowling, golf, horse riding, cycling, walking and various fitness classes hosted by local Instructors. The Gordon Arms Hotel plays host to local musicians, quiz nights and regular social get-togethers, the West Linton market offers artisan food, produce and crafts on the first Saturday of each month and during summer, Whipman, one of the oldest Scottish Borders Festivals, sees the entire community involved in a week of festivities.

Twelve miles south west on the A702 lies the market town of Biggar. The bustling High Street enjoys a plethora of independent retailers including the well-established and reputable Atkinson-Pryce book store, Ovens the Butcher, Taylors Cones &Candies, welcoming local cafes, Inns, florists, grocers, hairdressers and gift shops. The Gillespie Centre provides a community focus with a busy cafe and hall space for a variety of classes. The Corn Exchange, home to Biggar Theatre Workshop is a major arts venue for local groups. The world-famous Purves Puppets also reside in Biggar Puppet Theatre and provide much loved entertainment to families who often travel from afar to enjoy this unique experience.

Peebles lies fourteen miles south east of Blyth Bridge and is a popular destination for day trippers. An eclectic mix of independent retailers, cafes and food shops such as the reputable Forsyth's Butcher and Ross Dougal Fishmongers fill the bustling high street. 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 West Linton Primary School. Pupils may choose to travel to Edinburgh to private school and many of these schools offer buses to outlying areas, including West Linton.

For access to larger stores, Penicuik is eight miles towards Edinburgh and Straiton Retail Park which lies just beyond this offers an increasing number of large stores such as Ikea, Asda, Sainsbury's, TKMaxx, Lidl, Next. Park and ride is also accessed at Straiton for direct transport to Edinburgh City Centre.

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  • Property added on 20 July 2023
  • Property sold (STCM) on 16 August 2023
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