‘Stichill North Lodge’ is a truly charming detached lodge house which is nestled into a lovely semi rural spot with woodland backdrop and easy transport links to other Border towns and villages. The lodge has been extended to the rear to create an excellently proportioned family home or equally well suited to those who are simply looking...
‘Stichill North Lodge’ is a truly charming detached lodge house which is nestled into a lovely semi rural spot with woodland backdrop and easy transport links to other Border towns and villages. The lodge has been extended to the rear to create an excellently proportioned family home or equally well suited to those who are simply looking for a quaint country retreat. The original lodge offers a range of traditional features as you would expect including open fireplaces, high ceilings and bay windows. Externally the mature, well tended gardens enjoy absolute privacy with well stocked borders and flower beds not to mention several sheltered seating areas and ample space to the side of the property for further extension if desired.
Kelso, which lies at the meeting point of the Tweed and Teviot rivers, is one of the most attractive and unspoiled towns in the Borders. Notable features are the 12th Century Abbey, the Flemish style cobbled square, Floors Castle and the old bridge across the Tweed. The town has good educational and sporting facilities and many quality shops. The area has much to offer those interested in country pursuits with fishing on the Tweed and is an increasingly sought after location within the Borders.
Entrance Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Cloakroom, Four Bedrooms and Bathroom. Garage and Driveway.
The traditional timber entrance door with gothic style door furnishings opens into the main entrance hall which extends towards the rear with full height window looking into the garden in addition to a fully glazed side door allowing garden access. The bay window that is positioned to the front of the property is incorporated into the main lounge which is a particularly bright room with additional side window and surprisingly high ceiling. This room also features an open coal fire with stone surround which provides some lovely cottage charm. The dining room is a versatile room; ideal for entertaining with ample space for a large table and with window to the side. The room would however lend itself to different uses depending on preference and also features an ornate fireplace as a focal point. Opposite the dining room, the kitchen is fitted with a good range of wooden front wall and base units and features a rear facing window affording outlooks directly over the gardens. A useful utility area extends off with access to the garden. The master bedroom is located to the front within the original part of the building and benefits from a dual aspect, with both windows having the original working shutters, high ceiling and ample space for free standing furniture. A useful facility is provided by the cloakroom which is located mid way along the hall and is fitted with a WC and pedestal sink. The hallway extends towards the rear of the property where the three remaining bedrooms are located, all pleasant double rooms with lovely outlooks although one is currently utilised as a home office. The main family bathroom is fitted with a four piece suite incorporating a bath with separate shower cubicle.
The well stocked, colourful gardens extend from the side to the rear of the property. They enjoy absolute privacy with a lovely woodland backdrop and established beds and borders which provide a variety of trees and shrubs. There are several sheltered seating areas placed throughout the garden, ideal for summer dining.
Garage and Drive
A single garage lies towards the side of the property with up and over door to the front. The private driveway provides parking for several vehicles
Mains water and electricity, drainage to private septic tank. Double glazing. Oil central heating.
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