Fishing enthusiasts who are looking for a home in which to enjoy their hobby should take a look at this new to the market property.
Maxwellheugh Cottage is a traditional detached cottage which apparently dates from the late 18th Century and has been Listed, Category B, as being of special architectural or historical interest.
Although an older home, the cottage has been refurbished and upgraded in 2010 meaning the new owners could just move right in.
The property comprises four bedrooms (one en suite), three receptions room, a kitchen and family bathroom.
Outside the cottage has spacious gardens, outbuildings including a potting shed and fuel store, generous parking and a large garage.
The cottage also boasts beautiful views across the surrounding countryside.
The property’s space, ground and outlook will make it an attractive home for a young family or those looking to buy a holiday home.
Primary residency of the property would entitle the owner to membership of Kelso Angling Association’s salmon beat.
Their trout permit provides four miles of trout and grayling fishing on the River Teviot and a further five miles on the Tweed.
The cottage lies to the south of, and above, Kelso’s town centre and enjoys superb outlooks over the town including views of the River Tweed and Floors Castle.
The town centre, with all its amenities is within easy reach from the property.
Maxwellheugh Cottage is currently on the market with Galbraith for offers over £360,000