Bogangreen House is a detached, B-Listed country house built during the Georgian period circa 1764 and set amongst approximately 6 acres of mixed grounds and gardens. The property is set in an elevated position with views over the spectacular gardens and the pretty village of Coldingham to the sea. The principal house is a handsome example of Georgian architecture with large, bright rooms arranged over three levels making the most of the views and retaining many wonderful character features. The accommodation comprises: reception hall, three public rooms, kitchen, utility room, five bedrooms, superb bathroom, two shower rooms & cellar. Externally, there are two, cottages, one of which is still in need of completion. The cottages back on to a lovely walled garden. There is a small fenced paddock as well as a much larger paddock running down towards the village. There are two areas of woodlands, one mature area with walks leading down to a burn, and a more recently planted area of woodland bordering the main paddock. A generous space has been turned over to the growing of vegetables and usefully has a number of adjacent sheds and outbuildings including a garage and log store. Two driveways give access to the property and lead to an area of ample parking that completely encircles the main house. LOCATION Bogangreen House is tucked away off a lane on the fringes of the lovely rural village of Coldingham, approximately 18 miles from Dunbar. The village is a delightful community with a choice of pubs and shops as well as a primary school, whilst nearby St. Abbs is renowned as a very attractive coastal village and for it?s excellent diving and fishing. Eyemouth is only a short distance away for further amenities and Dunbar can be rapidly accessed via the A1. This convenient road also links Coldingham with Edinburgh and Berwick-Upon-Tweed and the Edinburgh to London train stops at Berwick.
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