Innerleithen Road, Peebles, Scottish Borders, EH45
Family house in Peebles in the Scottish Borders with secluded garden
Kerfield Cottage has 6 bedrooms, 2 bath/shower rooms, 3 main reception rooms, attic space and domestic offices (2 room bothy). 2 garages, fuel stores and an unusual cellar. Commuting distance to Edinburgh. EPC rating F Kerfield Cottage dates from the early 19th century. The house is L-shaped with the main part of the house being the original cottage which was linked to the southern wing which, in turn, forms part of the boundary. For many years Kerfield Cottage was the headquarters for the Peebles Highland Boys Club, but is currently unoccupied. It retains many original features including ornate plaster work and working shutters. Subject to obtaining the necessary consents, Kerfield Cottage has the potential to be a fantastic family home providing comfortable, private family accommodation. The cottage is built along the western and southern sides of a fabulous walled garden with a gravel drive leading from double gates in the north wall. Flowing down the western side of the garden is Sounhope Burn and on its banks is a lovely stone seating area separated from the main garden by a quirky sculpture. There is a gardener's bothy, an unimproved building with 2 rooms and a wash room. 2 garages.