10 Cospatrick Ct, Leet Haugh is a new 3 bed house built on the edge of the Hirsel estate in the historic market town of Coldstream ideally suited for both the adventourous and those wanting a more relaxed break with something for everyone
Set on the outskirts of the historic Scottish Border Town Coldstream, this 3 bedroom property is part of Leet Haugh, which is a small new development located on the easterly boundary of The Hirsel Estate, designed to suit modern living within the structure of a country estate
This 3 bedroom property is part of a courtyard development that internally and externally designed to be quite minimalistic in style giving an uncluttered holiday break for the whole family with loads of space for everyone.
It consists on the ground floor of large entrance lobby with small boot room/cloakroom containing a hanging rail for all you outdoor gear storage, into the hallway with downstairs WC and a further storage cupboard, off into the living room and into the kitchen diner that is a very large communal space with patio doors out onto a decked outdoor dining area with the garden specifically designed for this individual property with views onto the Hirsel golf course and hills beyond making Leet Haugh the ideal place for a family or romantic break.
The site still has development going on around it but the builders are very considerate and keep disturbance to the properties to an absolute minimum with no weekend works at all.
Activities & Attractions
Coldstream is a lively little town right on the banks of The River Tweed, it has a variety of bars and restaurants with a few takeaways which will cater for everyone, also having a small supermarket.
The Hirsel Estate is right on the doorstep too with its 18 hole golf course along with a small museum, arts and crafts studios, Hirsel walks around the estate and grounds both long and short providing fascination all year round, then to finish the walk off a tearoom that I can personally highly recommend , the cream teas are a must.
Other activities are excellent walks up The Tweed Valley or just across the border, routes over Flodden field and the Cheviot Hills.
There are a variety of cycle routes catering for all ability’s very well signposted from a few miles to over a 100
With all the border conflict the area is littered with the ancient remains of Castles and fortified homes, a couple of the best are Norham Castle and Smailholm Tower.
For golfers there are 16 courses within a 30 mile radius, including the famous Roxburghe Championship golf course, The links course at Berwick-upon-Tweed.
The border town of Kelso is just a few miles away if you fancy a day at the races or a bit of curling, having a very romantic market square with many other attractions including Floors Castle and the ancient abbey ruins.
Duns is just as close, another small border market town and home to the Jim Clark Rooms, another must for any motor sport fans.
Berwick is also within easy reach with access to the Northumberland coast famous for its towering cliffs, vast sandy beaches, castles, islands and bird life.
Other activities include fishing, bowling, tennis and horse riding
Alternatively, for those wanting complete relaxation the house has everything you need for a cosy getaway.
The property if entered through the front door consists of cloakroom off to the left with hanging rail, ideal for your coats and boots, into the hallway with another storage cupboard housing vacuum etc with selection of books & games, further along to find the downstairs WC tiled in Natural Travertine.
The charming sitting room has a 3 seater sofa and two arm chairs with matching footstool all in brown leather. There is a large flatscreen HD TV with Freeview and tuned to all the HD channels, DVD/Blueray player and a selection of DVDs.
The fully-equipped kitchen has all the appliances integrated consisting of electric oven, gas hob, fridge with ice box and free standing microwave that is also a small grill and oven. The kitchen also contains all the usual and necessary for up to six guests inc kettle & toaster.
The main benefit of this room is its also the dining area which makes a very large communal space with a six seater solid oak dining table and chairs leading through the patio doors to
The accommodation comprises of 3 bedrooms, the first, a spacious double bedroom with double bed, bedside cabinets both with lamps, the room also benefits from built in wardrobes and luxury en-suite bathroom tiled in Natural Travertine, the bathroom having toilet, recessed shower cubicle and wash hand basin.
The second having double bed and built in wardrobes.
The third bedroom having a single bed (trundle available for small child with prior arangment) and chest of drawers.
Garden and grounds
To the rear of the property is a delightful, sheltered garden with a superb decked area and 6 seater solid picnic table. We had the garden professionally designed to give a very low maintenance yet interesting colouring throughout the year, although this will take a few years to develop with the house being new.
There is also ample parking at the front of the property and around the courtyard.
Once again, the area is still under development and there could be some disturbance but the builders are very considerate to the residents with no weekend or after 4pm works taking place. We do use the property ourselves and manage it personally not having had a problem, admittedly we are active walkers/cyclists so we don’t like to hang about in a morning but do enjoy our weekend lay in and any likeminded people will find it very comfortable and have a very enjoyable break in a lovely part of the world with lots to do right on the doorstep.
Prices from £278 per week to £728 with a maximum of 6 persons
|Leet Haugh||£278 Per unit per week|
|Leet Haugh||£728 Per unit per week|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.