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Eastfield in Scottish Borders

Eastfield, a compact estate in the heart of the Scottish Borders comes to market

Eastfield, a compact private estate in the heart of the Scottish Borders, featuring a five bedroom farmhouse, three bedroom secondary house and three additional cottages, has come to market for offers over £2,750,000.

The estate, near Melrose, Roxburghshire, is located in an elevated, private setting with the Cheviot Hills to the south, the Eildon Hills to the north-east and the English Border in the far distance. It includes 156 acres permanent pasture, 15 acres woodland and 9 acres rough grazing, totalling about 183.37 acres and is for sale as a whole.

There is also a range of traditional outbuildings including an L-shape steading, garaging, stables, tack room and various stores with an additional workshop – with attic above – stone bothy, wood store and a potential development plot.

James Denne, Estate & Country House sales, GSC Grays said “Eastfield is a private residential estate with possibly the best position in the heart of the Scottish Borders, with panoramic views stretching for over 20 miles towards the English border – arguably the finest views in the South of Scotland. It’s the perfect spot within a stunning landscape.”

There are gate lodges at either entrance of the estate with an attractive tree-lined gravel drive which leads to the carriage circle at the main house. The beautiful Borders farmhouse has three principal reception rooms, well-proportioned main rooms, double glazed sash-and-case windows, sitting room/snug (with wood burner), dining room, dining kitchen, utility room and rear entrance hall.

The three bedroom Orchard House along with Mill Cottage and North Lodge are in the grounds of the estate with The Lodge near the entrance to the main house.

The popular market town of Melrose, synonymous with Sir Walter Scott, is just four miles to the north. Every summer, it hosts the internationally renowned ‘Melrose Sevens’ rugby tournament and the Borders Book Festival.

Other events include the week-long Melrose Festival annual Eildon Two Hills Race and the Melrose Pipe Band Championships, attracting pipers from all over the world. There is world class salmon fishing on the nearby River Tweed with grouse and pheasant shooting on a number of nearby estates.

The terminus for the Borders Railway is just outside the town at Tweedbank and provides regular train services to Edinburgh. Berwick-upon-Tweed lies 36 miles to the east and provides a regular rail service on the main east coastline to London King’s Cross. The main A68 and A7 trunk roads are nearby with Edinburgh airport (50 miles) and Newcastle airport (63 miles).

Eastfield has been launched on the market with a guide price of offers over £2,750,000. through the GSC Grays Alnwick office 01665 568310.

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Nicolle Hamilton
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