It doesn’t look to have changed over the decades, which for us only adds to the appeal of this 1970s Tree Tops architect-designed modernist property in Hawick in the Scottish Borders.
You’ll find the house in a ‘peaceful, yet accessible’ location, within walking distance of the town centre and overlooking Hawick. The images certainly show a picturesque place, with the bonus of around 1.5 acres of land attached to this 1970 build.
As we said, things look to have hardly changed, although the presence of a Sky dish points to this being lived in (and we would guess maintained) until recently. Whoever has lived here obviously like the original look, with the kitchen, the layout, the balcony area, the staircase, even the light fittings looking straight out of the early ’70s.
As for space, that’s described as spacious and versatile, currently laid out with a sitting room, dining room, kitchen, utility room, a master bedroom with en-suite and dressing area, a second bedroom, a third bedroom/study and a family bathroom.
As we said, 1.5 acres of land, along with a single garage and store attached to the property, along with a large covered balcony, which will be a bonus during the summer months.
If you want to live here, offers over £275,000 could secure it.