New build in the Scottish Borders
Cardrona in the Scottish Borders, full of contrasts, hidden treasures and unexpected charm. From the moment you arrive the feeling of peace and tranquillity takes you over. It is a true rural escape with miles of unspoiled heather-clad hills, leafy woodlands, beautiful trails that trace past lochs, crystal-clear rivers which wind through quiet valleys and a peaceful, close-knit community. But living here, the story gets so much richer. For such a small, intimate village, Cardrona is an incredibly rich natural playground. Bird watching, secret fishing spots, miles of hiking trails that circle past silent lochs. It’s a mountain biker’s haven, with single track trails tracing through the countryside around Glentres, one of Scotland’s premier biking centres. This is just the beginning. On St Mary’s Loch there are endless shorelines to explore, by kayak or sailboat and if golf is your thing then a 6,856 yard par, 72 golf course is literally a stone throw away. Step inside this beautifully crafted home and you will be no less impressed. This a home which has been carefully tailored to suit your lifestyle and preferences, and carefully designed to take full advantage of its supremely private setting.
The scenic journey from Edinburgh city is brief (just a 40 minutes drive) and the area is remarkably easy to reach: the A1 and the A68 are the main trunk roads connecting the Borders with Edinburgh to the north and Newcastle to the south-east, with the A7 providing a link to Carlisle. For those arriving by train, the East Coast Line will provide a wonderfully scenic route to the local station in Berwick-upon-Tweed. The nearest international airports are Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.