Easter Langlee Cottage
Galashiels, TD1

Easter Langlee Cottage,

3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms
Guide price:£220,000
Ends 27th August 2021 at 3PM
  • Modern
  • Parking:Driveway
  • Council Tax Band:D
  • Private Driveway
  • Large Garden with Stunning views
  • Spacious Conservatory overlooking terrific garden
  • Separate Dining Room or Third Bedroom
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Modern Breakfast Kitchen
  • Large property that would make ideal family home
  • Bright and Spacious rooms
  • Pre-auction offers considered
  • Gas Central Heating


A lovely Three bedroom semi-detached house with a lovely garden and orchard area. A large kitchen with two double windows which allow a great amount of natural light to enter the building, two large lounge rooms which are wonderfully floored with oak wood, one of which comes with a built in stove and also leads into the glass conservatory.  Downstairs, one of the reception rooms has been used as a third bedroom.

Upstairs benefits of two well sized bedrooms, with build in cupboards. A snug toilet room fits in-between both bedrooms allowing access from each side.

A great property with the potential to become an amazing project.

he property sits in a peaceful, elevated position benefitting from far reaching views out over the surrounding countryside.
Galashiels is the largest of the region’s towns, it is well serviced with a range of independent shops, restaurants, cafes along with supermarkets and high street shops. The Mac Arts Centre and the Volunteer Hall host a wide variety of music events throughout the year attracting some well-known performing artists. The Borders Railway was formally opened in September 2015 connecting the city of Edinburgh to the Scottish Borders, Torwood is just a short drive away from the nearest station, making it an ideal location for people commuting to Edinburgh for work. Surrounding Galashiels there are a range of popular attractions including historic castles and towns such as Melrose and Selkirk. The outstandingly beautiful Northumberland coastline, the Cheviot Hills and Holy Island are all within a short drive as are the market towns of Kelso and Peebles. Country and sporting pursuits are readily available, including hill walking, fishing, golf (Torwoodlee Golf Club is within walking distance) and mountain biking in the Tweed Valley.


Photos provided by seller

In the event of an offer being accepted the following charges will be payable immediately:-

Buyers Fee £3,000

Deposit to the sum of 10% of the sale price.

EPC rating: E.






Beautiful Capital City of Scotland is a popular tourist and business destination all year round.  The property market in this fine Festival City has consistently remained buoyant for a good number of years and doesn’t show any signs of slowing down at any time soon.  Edinburgh is our hub for both the city and all surrounding areas from the scenic Scottish Borders to the commuter towns of and picturesque villages of Fife.


The wonderful City of Discovery has enjoyed a regeneration in recent years with the waterfront development on the banks of the Firth of Tay estuary at the heart of it.  Dundee benefits from a large Student population ensuring rental properties, in particular,  are always popular.  Moving south from Dundee is the Fair City of Perth while going the other direction North of Dundee you have the birthplace of Scotland, Angus.


The Granite City, as it is affectionately called, is a vibrant city with a large student population.  The city has benefited from the Oil industry with a number of large businesses headquarters being based there.  The Aberdeenshire area boasts some of the best beaches and coastal walks in the country.  With the rise in popularity of Staycations the rural settings of Aberdeenshire villages are sure to be popular in the coming years.