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Leet Haugh – Beautiful New Show Home now Open

show home bedroom

Now that we are moving onto a new phase of our development at Leet Haugh, we are pleased to announce a beautiful new show home is now open to visit. The show home is on the stunning corner plot with views over the village green and to the Cheviot hills. The homes at Leet Haugh […]

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NHBC Award for Leet Haugh

Jeff Loughlin site manger

NHBC Pride in the Job Award for our Site Manager Jeff Loughlin We are very proud to announce that Jeff Loughlin, Leet Haugh Site Manager, has been recognised by NHBC with their Pride in the Job Award 2016. Jeff and the team have worked hard to ensure and maintain a high quality of workmanship throughout all […]

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Leet Haugh New Homes – Phase 3 Progress

plot 14 exterior

The latest phase of new homes at Leet Haugh is progressing quickly and we have sold and taken reservations on some plots already. Phase 3 is an impressive mix of terraced houses, bungalows and flats. The two bedroom flats have the option of shared ownership which makes them very affordable. For more information click here. […]

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Hudson Hirsel set up Community Trust Fund

brinze weather vane in the shape of the douglas and angus emblem

Hudson Hirsel has set up a Trust Fund which will benefit the community of Coldstream to the value of £200,000 Hudson Hirsel is pleased to announce the establishment of a Trust Fund which will ultimately benefit the community of Coldstream to the value of £200,000.  The key purpose of the Hudson Hirsel Fund is to […]

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Douglas and Angus Holiday Cottages

outside front door at Ray Bell's holiday cottage

The Douglas and Angus Estates want to share with visitors the beautiful countryside and community that they manage. That ethos, coupled with a lack of good quality accommodation locally, and two perfect locations was the stimulus to creating five idyllic holiday cottages (three at Mountherrick at Douglas, and two at the Hirsel Homestead) where visitors […]

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