Watch Property6 Thirlestane Drive, Lauder TD2 6TS
5 Bed Detached Villa - Offers Over £395,000
This luxury detached five bedroom house is a contemporary and elegant family home set in the popular village of Lauder and surrounded by picturesque countryside. With a welcoming kerb appeal, enviable room proportions, immaculate presentation, flexible use of space and excellent levels of light throughout, this is an impressive property that will suit a variety of needs. The ground floor hosts three beautifully finished reception rooms, with a large family kitchen sitting to the rear, and the design including excellent storage facilities, a utility room, downstairs cloakroom and a home office. Upstairs, the master bedroom is luxuriously appointed with king sized proportions, streamlined storage solutions and an ensuite bath & shower room. A second ensuite bedroom lies across the hall, with three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The outside space is equally well presented and spacious, with a double integrated garage, driveway and enclosed private rear garden with lawn and patio. Set to the edge of the popular village of Lauder, 6 Thirlestane Drive offers a perfect blend of country living, while catering easily for the requirements of modern life. This stylish detached property is beautifully presented with high quality fixtures and fittings - with an abundance of space for all the family’s needs. Lauder is surrounded by stunning Border landscape with countryside walks and endless routes to explore just a minutes’ walk from your front door - providing a much desired balance for work and recreation. Whether it be for family, entertaining, as a work space or for hosting guests - this five bedroom property can cater for a variety of requirements and needs - viewing is recommended and by appointment only. EPC Rating: C. BSPC Ref: 23659.
- Space - built by Charles Church in 2005, the Wessex style property incorporates a both practical and attractive design and layout; with generous room proportions, well-appointed storage to both levels and a flow between the accommodation, with the room sizes particularly impressive.
- Garden - with an attractive frontage hosting neat lawn and paving, and a monoblock driveway, the property is set well back from the road. The garden to the rear is surprisingly large and perfectly in proportion to the size of the house with a good level of privacy backing onto sheltering treeline and fields beyond.
- Location - increasingly popular, Lauder continually hits the right notes for commuters and families being well positioned for travel and just 40 minutes to Edinburgh, with a host of out of school activities and facilities for children.