This is a charming mid terrace single storey cottage dating from the 18th century in the village of Broughton in the Scottish Borders.
Kintyre Cottage conveniently sits in the heart of the village, making this property perfect for a relaxing retreat.
Enter through the heated vestibule with coat and shoe storage facilities then step into the cozy living dining room with comfortable seating and Smart TV.
On the same level is the fully tiled bathroom with shower and elegant white suite which is next to a comfortable bedroom with king size bed and classic bed linen.
There is a built-in wardrobe with plenty of storage for clothes.
Two steps up lead to the modern, well equipped kitchen with dishwasher and plenty of worktop space.
The rear of the cottage offers a choice of outdoor areas.
Either the lovely patio to enjoy a drink and some al fresco dining, or head up the gravel pathway to the lawned garden with far reaching views of the surrounding hills.
Broughton is a charming and friendly village in Tweeddale, part of the Scottish Borders.
This is an unspoilt area perfect for walking, cycling, fishing, sightseeing and relaxing.
The village has close associations with the author John Buchan, and the 22km walk the John Buchan Way runs between Broughton and Peebles.
On the edge of the village is Broughton Ales, Scotland?s first initiated microbrewery.
The cosy village tearoom with licensed bar is just a few doors away.
The attractive border towns of Biggar and Peebles are close by and both provide a good range of dining, shopping and tourist attractions.
Edinburgh with its wide appeal is less than an hour?s drive away to the north east, whilst just over an hour to the north west takes you into the heart of Glasgow.
Kintyre Cottage provides a perfect getaway in the heart of the Scottish countryside whilst providing easy access to Scotland?s greatest cities.
About the location
BROUGHTON, SCOTTISH BORDERS
Biggar 5.5 miles, Peebles 12.5 miles; Edinburgh 28 miles
A delightful, rural village set around 70 miles north of the border in beautiful Tweeddale. Broughton is a lovely little village, it has a well-stocked village shop, an art gallery and a delightful licensed tearoom/bistro. There are also facilities to play tennis and bowls and fishing permits can be bought at the shop. Check out the Broughton Ales Brewery for award-winning Scottish beers - they do free delivery. As well as the essential facilities, Broughton benefits from incredible surrounding scenery with rolling hills and fields making for a wonderful backdrop. Nearby is Dawyck Botanic Garden home to Scotland's largest collection of trees covering over 65 acres, or why not treat yourself to a day of pampering at Stobo Castle Spa. There are two well-stocked towns close by in Peebles and Biggar, both offer golf courses, and a good range of shops, cafes and restaurants for you to choose from. Peebles has a wealth historic buildings and is home to the John Buchan Story whose family home is in Broughton, whilst Biggar hosts a range of museums and a world famous puppet theatre. The capital city of Edinburgh sits within easy driving distance and is a fantastic day out, it boasts a huge range of amenities and world class attractions. Visitors cannot fail to be impressed by a city that is steeped in history and buzzes with a sense of excitement all year round.