9 bedroom detached house for saleWoodnorton, Sunnyhill Road, Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scottish Borders
Guide Price £750,000
Full descriptionThe ancestral home of Robert Pringle.
An impressive detached Scots Renaissance style villa with an elevated setting overlooking the Scottish Border town of Hawick. Built in 1881 for Robert Pringle, the then principal of the world famous Pringle knitwear company, Woodnorton is a fine example of a late 19th century mansion that sits in private grounds that extend towards 2.87 acres, in a prestigious and private tree lined residential area.
Ground floor: Entrance vestibule, reception hallway, drawing room, dining room, butler's pantry, sitting room, breakfasting kitchen, rear hallway, boiler room, utility room, gardeners wc.
Ballroom floor: Hallway, ballroom/billiard room, cloakroom & wc.
First floor: Gallery landing, master bedroom, ensuite shower room, guest bedroom, bedroom 3, bedroom 4, bedroom 5, family bathroom, study, separate wc.
Second floor: landing, bedroom 6, bedroom 7, bedroom 8, bedroom 9, 2 store rooms, bathroom.
Outside: Driveway & ample parking, formal lawns, formal rose garden, woodland, integral garage and outbuildings.
Edinburgh 58 miles, Newcastle upon Tyne 62 miles, Carlisle 42 miles. (All distances are approximate).
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