If you want to get away from a busy city life then take a look at this farmhouse, which boasts stables and training arena, three paddocks and 5.2 acres of land.
No. 1 Braidwood Steading was formed from a traditional farm building in 1997 and transformed into a modern home, which has been constructed of stone with slate roofs and double glazed windows.
Included in the sale are five other houses, stables and training arena, a well-maintained garden and three paddocks extending to about 5.2 acres in total, which will be music to the ears of any equestrian lover.
On sale with Galbraith for offers over £440,000, the steading would make an ideal family home or a business opportunity for those looking for a holiday let.
Picture: the hallway, Galbraith
Decorated to a high standard, the property is ready to move into and consists of three bedrooms (one of which is en suite), a family bathroom, an open plan living/dining room, a modern country-style kitchen and a floored attic that is currently a playroom.
Picture: the living room, Galbraith
Features of the home include a wood burning stove in the living room, Jacuzzi bath in the master bedroom en suite, and a plumbed cloackroom that could be turned into a shower room.
Picture: one of the bedrooms, Galbraith
The south facing garden is on two levels and the lawns, flower beds and small orchard have been well- maintained, making this a perfect space for summer days.
Pictures: the property has spacious gardens, Galbraith
Within the garden there is also a charming timber chalet, which could be used as an office or for extra storage.
Picture: the property is ideal for equestrian lovers, Galbraith
The superb equestrian facilities lie beyond the garden. There is an L shaped timber stables building, which has water and electricity, with three loose boxes, a foaling box, a tack room and feed store.
A steel mower shed, a poly tunnel (10m x 6m) and a vegetable area are situated adjacent to the stable yard which has ample parking space for a lorry and/or trailer.
The training arena (50m x 20m) has a rubber surface laid over silica sand. It is enclosed by a post and rail fence and has fitted mirrors at either end.
The three paddocks provide excellent summer and winter grazing and are well fenced.
Picture: Braidwood, Galbraith
The property is situated about 12 miles south of Edinburgh near to the A702 road allowing easy commuting to the city centre and the airport.
The new owners can enjoy the local amenities that include: golf courses at West Linton and Swanston, hill walking in the Pentland Hills and skiing on the dry slope at Hillend.