'Firknowe' is a traditional stone built Victorian property dating from around 1850;set back off the High Street within the popular Borders town of Lauder. Originally a house & stables, the accommodation includes 4 bedrooms with the combination of house and converted two storey stables providing adaptable accommodation in a quiet yet central location. An ideal property for extended family with scope to prove separate letting rooms or bed and breakfast. Home Report £390,000.
Located within a conservation area and an ideal location set back off the main street within easy walking of all village facilities with ample public parking nearby. Lauder is some 22 miles south of Edinburgh and is a historic Borders town with a distinctive tollhouse at the centre and many local attractions including the nearby Thirlestane Castle. A Royal Burgh (1502), modern day Lauder has a thriving community with an increasing number of up-market shops, restaurants and businesses serving local needs. The primary school is newly completed and Lauder falls into the catchment area for the highly regarded and newly built High School at Earlston. The town is also well located for the new Borders Rail station at Stow providing direct access to central Edinburgh.
'Firknowe' lies in the one-way section of Crofts Road and is best entered from Mill Wynd with access from "Mid Row" which runs behind the mid steeple. Take the road to the right after the old parish church grounds.
EPC Band: D
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