If a property with an interesting history, and located in a conversation village in the Scottish Borders is your idea of a dream home then this former Post House is worth a look.
Picture: the former Post House, Galbraith
The property is a detached, traditional stone house believed to date from the 19th Century and was previously used as a post office and public house.
Picture: the living room, Galbraith
The accommodation is laid out on two floors and retains many traditional features such as exposed stone work, fireplaces, wooden beams and woodwork.
Picture: the open-plan kitchen with original stone walls, Galbraith
The accommodation benefits from the installation of log burning stoves in both the kitchen/dining room and sitting room and the addition of a conservatory to the rear of the house.
Picture: the garden, Galbraith
The stone built bothy on the south east side of the house is currently used as a storage room and accessed externally. However, it offers scope to extend the current accommodation, making it perfect for a growing family.
Picture: the dining area, Galbraith
Midlem makes for an ideal location thanks to its picture-perfect houses and cottages round a village green, which has the Old Smithy as its centrepiece.
The village also enjoys extensive views over the Cheviot Hills, Carter Bar and Ruberslaw.