Leet Haugh Lifestyle

In an idyllic situation on the Hirsel estate in Berwickshire, Leet Haugh is perfectly placed to enjoy the peaceful countryside yet has ample local amenities on your doorstep in Coldstream.

Coldstream is on the north bank of a long majestic bend of the River Tweed with extensive vistas of the Cheviot Hills to the south. To the North lies Dunglass Hill and Kincham Wood, which is part of the Hirsel Estate, where one will find Leet Haugh on its easterly boundary.

In addition to the amenities of the Hirsel, Coldstream boasts a first class Primary School, varied and interesting tourist and sporting activities such as golf, fishing, bowling, tennis, horse riding, walking and cycling. Coldstream is also within easy driving distance of the spectacular Berwickshire/Northumberland coastline, famous for its towering cliffs, vast sandy beaches, castles, islands and bird life.

Kelso is located a short drive away and has a thriving high street and town square which offers an excellent array of local amenities which include a local supermarket and shops, restaurants, bars, takeaways, and banks. Local primary schooling is available at Kelso, Eccles and Coldstream as well as a new build secondary school at Duns-Berwickshire High, and independent schooling at Londridge Towers.

The historic market town of Berwick-upon-Tweed is home to a further range of facilities and amenities together with a range of high street shops and supermarkets including Marks and Spencer, Tesco and Homebase. There are a wealth of cafes and restaurants, while the Maltings Theatre & Cinema offers a wide choice of top class entertainment. In addition, there are a good choice of doctor and dental surgeries, in addition to the local hospital.

For more leisurely activities, country and sporting pursuits are readily available on your doorstep. Including hill walking, salmon and trout fishing, shooting and golf with courses on the Hirsel Estate, Roxburgh at Kelso, Duns and Eyemouth. The pocket of countryside around Birgham East has long-since been coveted for its surrounding walks – along the River Tweed, or to the Cheviot Hills, and attractions including historic castles and villages dotted along the outstanding coastline famous for it’s towering cliffs, vast sandy beaches and the renowned Holy Island. It is also a great spot for bird watching.

The A1 trunk road provides easy, commutable access to Newcastle upon Tyne and Edinburgh, with Berwick’s mainline train station offering quick and effective transport up and down the East Coast of the country. Edinburgh or Newcastle upon Tyne international airports are both just over an hour’s drive from Coldstream.

hand made glass window display by Julia Linstead 076 golfers paying at the Hirsel gold clubColdstream ridersgarden patio with table and chairs and flowers