Situated around a central courtyard, Edenmouth is comprised of four separate dwellings, three of which are currently used as successful holiday cottages. Two barns form a large L-shaped dwelling to the north west of the property, which have existing planning permission to be converted into further dwellings. The properties were all originally agricultural buildings, dating back to 1890, and recently converted into holiday lets in 2000. They are run as successful holiday lets, attracting visitors keen to explore the outdoor pursuits the area offers.
Accommodation is split up into the four dwellings as below:
The Courtyard Cottage: Two bedrooms ( both en suite wet rooms) and open plan kitchen with living and dining area.
Dovecote Cottage: Bedroom with en suite, open plan kitchen with living and dining area.
Edenmouth Lodge: Three bedrooms ( two en suite), bathroom, dining room, kitchen, spacious living room.
The Byre: Two bedrooms, bathroom, sitting room with dining area. Staff office, laundry room and utility room.
The Granary: Three bedrooms, bathroom, living room with dining area, kitchen and shower room. (Formally used as residence of business owner).
Situated just north of the River Tweed with stunning open countryside views, Edenmouth is perfectly situated for enjoying all of the outdoor pursuits the area offers.
The nearby historic market town of Kelso has a range of professional services, leisure facilities including swimming pool and ice rink, and a wide variety of shops as well as primary and secondary schooling. Within the town, the remains of Kelso Abbey can be explored, and the impressive Floors Castle opens its doors from May to October and offers a fantastic day out.
Edenmouth is easily accessible with Edinburgh 45 miles away and reached via the A68, while Berwick-upon-Tweed, and the A1 lie 20 miles to the east from where there are regular main line train services to London and Edinburgh. The Borders Railway runs regular services to Edinburgh from Tweedbank 20 miles to the west. Edinburgh (45 miles) and Newcastle (65 miles) airports provide a good range of domestic and International flights.
Price: Offers Over £685,000 (Freehold)
Idyllic setting near the River Tweed, a stone throw away from Kelso