Property Details

Stoneshiel Hall, Auchencrow, Berwickshire, TD14 5LU
5 bedroom country house for sale
Offers Over £650,000
Recently Sold
A Magnificent Grade B listed Historic Mansion House
with 5 bedrooms and a useful range of outbuildings. Private grounds and walled garden,In all about 2.2 acres
Nestled in rolling countryside, yet only a short distance from the sea, Stoneshiel Hall is situated in an area that is renowned for its unspoilt beauty, from the Cheviot Hills to the south through the rolling farm land of the Merse to the spectacular beaches in the east.
Stoneshiel Hall is an impressive, castellated Georgian mansion house set within its own grounds together with separate cottage. It occupies a peaceful position and is characterised by its beautiful trees and spectacular views both from the garden and from the “battlements” to the south. Built of dressed stone, Stoneshiel Hall provides well-proportioned and beautifully maintained accommodation throughout:- Reception hall, Drawing room , Sitting room,Dining room, 5 bedrooms,3 bathrooms, Kitchen,2 bedroom cottage. The house retains many of its original features including solid timber panel doors, servant bells, working shutters, decorative plaster work and open fireplaces.
Useful range of outbuildings and Private grounds and walled garden, In all about 2.2 acres.
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