This wonderful property offers bright, well-proportioned accommodation over two floors. To the front of the ground floor, the kitchen and sitting room benefit from the stunning views across the valley, while the principal bedroom with ensuite lies to the rear. Upstairs are two well-appointed double bedrooms.
The kitchen provides a range of wall and base units are topped with solid wood worktops incorporating a large Belfast sink benefitting from wonderful views across the valley. There is an electric cooker and extractor hood, with connections still present should a purchaser wish to reinstate an AGA.
The utility room has further storage and under counter spaces for fridge and washing machine.
The family bathroom is fitted with a traditional 4-piece suite including WC, pedestal wash hand basin, claw-foot bath and shower enclosure with mixer shower.
The master en-suite is fitted with a white 3-piece suite including WC, pedestal basin and quadrant shower enclosure with electric shower.
Ladyside sits in generous grounds of around 0.8 acres, with a well-stocked garden with mature trees and shrubs. A large area of lawn could be formed into a small paddock for hobby livestock, as well as offering off road parking.
There is a former stone-built stable offering excellent storage, as well as a detached stone-built store, timber shed and summerhouse.
Ladyside lies around 5 miles from the idyllic village of Ettrickbridge which is highly regarded as the central hub for the picturesque and dramatic Ettrick Valley. It benefits from a highly-regarded Primary School and a traditional village Inn which serves as a local public house and restaurant. The lively Village Hall hosts a range of regular and seasonal events, welcoming residents and visitors alike and contributing to a real sense of community. Ettrickbridge is a vibrant and inclusive village with many active groups and clubs, ranging from the mother and toddler play group, to the sports and recreation club as well as art and craft groups. The nearby Bowhill Country Estate is a major tourist attraction for the local area providing various family and outdoor pursuits such as horse riding, mountain biking and the fun packed adventure playground. The Ettrick Valley is renowned for its beauty and is blessed with many waymarked walking routes.
Around 13 miles from the the property is the historic market town of Selkirk which boasts a wide range of independent shops, bars, restaurants and secondary school facilities. Local sports such as rugby, football, golf, tennis and shooting are all readily available, as well as a very popular farmer’s market held once a month. Galashiels, located approximately 19 miles away, is regarded as the commercial centre of the Borders benefitting from a full range of amenities including large supermarkets, clothes shops, cafes, bars, restaurants, cinema and train station with journey times to-and-from Edinburgh in less than one hour.
All fitted carpets, floor coverings and blinds are to be included within the sale.
Mains electricity, private water and drainage to septic tank. Oil-fired central heating and back boiler from fire in sitting room. PV solar panels on Feed-in Tariff.
Council Tax Band E.
A copy of the Home Report can be downloaded from our website.
Strictly By Appointment via James Agent.
All offers should be submitted in writing in standard Scottish Legal format by your solicitor to James Agent (the selling agent). All interested parties are advised to instruct a note of interest via their solicitor. In the event of a closing date being set the Seller shall not be bound to accept any offer and the seller also reserves the right to accept any offer at any time.