- Great location
- Spacious accommodation
- Quiet cul de sac
- Driveway parking & garage
- Strong school catchment
- Gas central heating
- Double glazing
10 Montgomerie Terrace is an immaculately presented four-bedroom detached property situated in the popular village of Gattonside, which lies just across the River Tweed from the popular Borders town of Melrose. Spacious, and offering flexible family living, it also benefits from a strong primary and secondary school catchment area.
Gattonside is based in a highly accessible area with the A68 only a short distance away, and is approximately one and a half miles from the new Borders Railway, which runs from Tweedbank to Edinburgh, as well as the Borders General Hospital which lies on the outskirts of Melrose.
Internally, the split-level property lies over two main floors and comprises four bedrooms, an ensuite shower room, a family bathroom, a further shower room, a sitting room, a dining room, a dining kitchen, a study/family room, a utility room and a wc. This brightly lit home also provides good storage and versatile living throughout which is a particular feature.
Externally, the property has parking for two cars in driveway to the front of the large garage, with attractive dry-stone wall to the front and extensive lawn. To the rear is a generous decked area immediately outside the utility room and patio area off the dining room providing an excellent space for barbecue or al fresco dining. A balcony to the front with views to the Eildon Hills is also a real bonus.
Edinburgh and Newcastle are easily accessible via the A68, with most Border towns readily available from this central location. The Borders Railway, runs between Tweedbank and Edinburgh and is around one and a half miles away.
Edinburgh 38.5 miles. Melrose 2.5 miles. Galashiels 4 miles. Tweedbank 1.5 miles
(All distances are approximate)
For those with satellite navigation the postcode for the property is: TD6 9NT
Coming from Edinburgh follow the A68 South for Newcastle. Two miles beyond Earlston there is a turn-off signposted Scott’s View and Gattonside (B6360). Turn left here and follow the road down the hill to the T-junction. Turn right at the junction (B6360) and follow the road for approximately three miles until you reach Gattonside. Proceed through the village and on passing Seasons restaurant turn right into Montgomerie Terrace and follow the road up and round to the left. Turn next left into a cul-de-sac and number 10 sits on your right- hand side.
Coming from Galashiels take the B6374 out of Galashiels and continue on this road to Melrose. Before reaching the Lowood Bridge, take a left turn and follow the road through Gattonside. On entering the village turn left into Montgomerie Terrace and follow the above directions.
10 Montgomerie Terrace sits in the desirable village of Gattonside which lies a short distance across the River Tweed from the attractive Borders town of Melrose. Regarded by many as the most picturesque of the Borders towns, Melrose is situated between the Eildon Hills and River Tweed.
With an approximate population of around 2100 in Melrose, and 1200 in the immediate villages of Gattonside, Darnick and Newstead, the town provides an extensive choice of amenities ranging from a variety of specialist independent shops including a green grocer, a fishmonger, two butchers, antique and interiors shops, small supermarkets, a large selection of restaurants and numerous hotels, all situated around the High Street area of this vibrant town.
The thriving old mill town of Galashiels five miles to the West offers a fuller range of shopping facilities, which include Tesco, ASDA, Boots, Next and Marks & Spencer. There are two highly acclaimed restaurants and a lively village hall within Gattonside itself.
Local attractions include Melrose Abbey, Harmony House (home to the Borders Book Festival), Priorwood Gardens, the Greenyards, (home of Melrose RFC and Rugby Sevens), and Abbotsford House with award winning visitor centre, the former home of Sir Walter Scott.
There are also a variety of outdoor pursuits in the area that include fishing on the River Tweed, fieldsports, horse riding, golf, lawn bowling, mountain biking, and a selection of walks including the Southern Upland Way, St. Cuthbert’s Way and The Borders Abbeys Way.
Several festivals which include the Melrose 7’s Rugby Tournament, the Borders Book Festival and the Melrose Festival complete with ride-out attract visitors from far and wide.
Local schools include the excellent Melrose primary school, the highly regarded St Mary’s preparatory school, and Earlston High School.
The Borders General Hospital also lies just outside the town, and there are a number of churches in the area with Catholic, Episcopal and Church of Scotland represented in the town.
Melrose sits in an easily accessible area and can be reached by the A68 or A7 via Galashiels that provide the links to Edinburgh or the north of England. The area is also served by the Borders Railway which recently opened and runs from Tweedbank to Edinburgh, with the station approximately one and a half miles away. There is also a busy bus service with links to Newcastle and Carlisle in the South, as well as Edinburgh and the other Border towns.
Edinburgh and Newcastle airports - both international, offer an excellent choice of destinations and are 45 miles and 66 miles away respectively.