Peek inside this Grade II listed Georgian town house full of period features

The Georgian features and elegant proportions of the 1830 double fronted property have been maintained throughout, while outside the walled rear garden, pretty summer house and terraced garden to the front offer privacy and a tranquil setting that belies its city location .


Inside, this immaculately presented six bedroom home displays impressive period features including ornate plasterwork, original fireplaces, decorative original tiled flooring in the hall, working shutters and a grand Georgian staircase.

Buccleuch House also offers modern necessities, including an en-suite bathroom and a chandeliered eat-in kitchen, complete with a cream stone tiled floor (paired with underfloor heating), quality built-in units, a black five-burner Aga stove and a pantry.


The ground floor accommodations span over 4,100 square feet over three floors and include a central foyer, a rear-facing drawing room with fireplace and a formal dining room, the latter with double doors connecting to the kitchen at the front of the house.

There is also a study/bedroom 7, utility room, bathroom and a staircase down to the basement which has access to the garden and houses wood/coal storage and two large storage/hobby/games rooms – ideal space for bike storage , sports equipment and garden furniture.


Upstairs there are four bedrooms on the first floor – the master bedroom with built in storage and an ensuite shower room whilst two further bedrooms have original fireplaces – and a family bathroom with bath and separate shower.

The staircase continues to two further bedrooms and a children’s room on the second floor, which also has storage space and access to the attic. Each room has been carefully and individually decorated resulting in a turnkey completion which combined with the period aesthetics, fully enclosed gardens, secure off street parking (electric gates) and city center location makes Buccleuch House a unique and This highly desirable property makes it easily accessible from Edinburgh by road – or by train from nearby Tweedbank station.


Lying in the shadow of the distinctively sculpted Eildon Hills, Melrose offers amenities such as shops, restaurants and the Greenyards, home of Melrose RFC and Rugby Sevens, whilst the main historic attraction is the red stone remains of Melrose Abbey.


Buccleuch House is for sale at Baird Lumsden with asking prices in excess of £695,000. Peek inside this Grade II listed Georgian town house full of period features

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