- Driveway parking
- Dining kitchen
- 2 bathrooms
- Good storage
- Gas central heating
- Double glazing
11 Strae Brigs is a well presented three-bedroom semi-detached house, situated in a popular residential development in the heart of the Borders village of St. Boswells. With a strong school catchment and amenities close-by it also has excellent transport links, with the Borders Railway at Tweebank around six and a half miles away.
Lying across two levels the accommodation comprises three bedrooms, a bathroom, an ensuite shower room, a sitting room, a dining kitchen and a downstairs wc. There is good storage throughout plus access to the attic.
The property benefits from a charming enclosed garden to the rear which is a particular feature and is mainly laid to lawn with a patio area. To the front there is private driveway parking for two-three cars.
Most Border towns are readily accessible from St. Boswells via the A68, as is Berwick-upon-Tweed which has a mainline railway connection to Edinburgh, Newcastle and London. The Borders Railway, running from Tweedbank to Edinburgh, has recently opened and lies approximately six and a half miles away and adds to the accessibility of the St. Boswells area.
Kelso 10 miles. Edinburgh 40 miles. Melrose 5 miles. Tweedbank 6.5 miles.
(All distances are approximate)
For those with satellite navigation the postcode is TD6 0DH
Coming from the North or the South, follow the A68 to St. Boswells.
At the Buccleuch Arms Hotel turn onto Main Street (B6404), signposted Kelso. Proceed past The Green on your left and turn right immediately after the Bus Station on your right-hand side.
Continue down Jenny Moore’s Road for approximately three hundred and fifty yards and into the new development. Turn first left onto Polwarth Avenue, and turn left again onto Strae Brigs. Bear left and Number 11 sits on your right-hand side.
11 Strae Brigs is situated in a popular cul-de-sac in the heart of the desirable village of St Boswells, which benefits from the famous Buccleuch Arms Hotel with Blue Coo Bistrot, a supermarket, an award winning bookshop & deli, a homeware shop, a garage, local cricket, tennis, golf and rugby clubs and a variety of small shops.
There is also a highly regarded primary school and the property is also within the Earlston High School catchment. Nearby Melrose offers a wider range of amenities as well as the well respected St Mary’s Preparatory School. The area is one of great scenic beauty with the River Tweed snaking its way through the Borders countryside with its pretty towns and villages. Fishing, golf, shooting, horse riding and walking are all readily available. Kelso (10 miles away) is a thriving market town with a larger array of amenities including a racecourse, the historic Floors Castle, home of the Duke of Roxburghe, and a championship golf course. Alternatively, Galashiels has a large selection of High Street names such as Tesco, ASDA, Next and Marks & Spencer, with Kelso now benefitting from a Sainsburys supermarket.
St. Boswells sits off the A68 which is the main route between Edinburgh to the North and Newcastle to the South, with International airports located in these cities. Berwick-upon-Tweed, reachable in under one hour has a mainline railway serving the East Coast, and a fast train to London taking around four hours. The new Borders Railway, running from Tweedbank to Edinburgh, has recently opened and lies approximately six and a half miles away and adds to the accessibility of the St. Boswells area.