Hallydown House, Coldingham, Eyemouth, Scottish Borders, TD14 5PX






Hallydown House is a late 18th century farmhouse set in particularly beautiful garden grounds overlooking the popular village of Coldingham. The property offers very comfortable, well-appointed family accommodation located in some of the most stunning countryside in the UK. Hallydown House extends to about 2841 Sq F / 264 Sq M and comprises of four lovely public rooms, 4 generous double bedrooms and a family kitchen with AGA / dining room. Much of the accommodation on the ground floor opens out to the mature private and secure walled garden. The main entrance to Hallydown House is approached up a private tree lined driveway which also offers access to ample parking and a stable block at the back of the property. In addition to the generous garden grounds there are two integral grazing paddocks totalling about two and quarter acres.

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Accommodation Comprises

Ground Floor

Kitchen / Dining Room, Conservatory, Family Sitting Room, W.C, Shower Room,
Utility Room, Large Storage Room.

First Floor

Vestibule, Reception Hallway, Drawing Room, Dining Room.

Second Floor

4 Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom.


Large Floored Attic With Huge Potential For En-Suite Accommodation Subject To Appropriate Consents.


Ample Off-Street Parking, Walled Garden, 2 x Grazing Paddock of about 2.25 Acres, 3 x Stables, Tack/Feed Store, Kennels with Enclosed Run.


Coldingham Village 1.5 miles, Eyemouth 2 miles, Forthcoming Reston Train Station 4.5 miles, Berwick upon Tweed Train Station 10 miles, Edinburgh 48 miles, Newcastle upon Tyne 75 miles.
(all distances are approximate).

Area Insights

Hallydown House is set in an elevated position surrounded by beautiful countryside, about a mile south of the historic village of Coldingham. Coldingham is a vibrant village, framed around the 15th century Priory and lying within a short walk of Coldingham Sands. Although nearby Berwick upon Tweed offers an excellent range of nations supermarkets and services, the Village of Coldingham has a fantastic local Spar, a well-regarded butcher, two lively pubs and a fish and chip shop which would all love your support. The village also offers a post office, an antiques shop, and a very well-regarded primary school. Further schooling is on the doorstep with Eyemouth High School being only a couple of miles away. Belhaven Hill School in Dunbar and Longridge Towers School near Berwick are both very well thought of public schools in the area.

Hallydown House is within a short walk of the popular Coldingham Sands beach and the dramatic St Abbs Head National Nature Reserve. A short drive to the west is the village of Reston, where construction of the new Reston Train Station has started. The station will be a sub-station of the main East Coast line connecting London to Aberdeen which will make commuting to Newcastle or Edinburgh very quick and easy.

There are a number of larger towns near Hallydown House, the closest being Eyemouth which is approximately 2 miles to the South. Eyemouth is a fishing port with a picturesque harbour and a sandy beach. It has an excellent range of amenities including a Co-op supermarket and a range of local shops including a first-class butcher, home bakery and fishmonger. Leisure facilities include a swimming pool and fitness centre, several public houses, and restaurants and a marine activities such as diving.

The historic market town of Berwick upon Tweed lies about 10 miles from Hallydown House just off the A1, in Northumberland. Berwick houses all the major supermarket chains, good local shopping, a number of historical attractions within its mediaeval walls, numerous restaurants and cafes and the Maltings arts centre. 

Country and sporting pursuits are widely available and there are several golf courses within a short dive including Eyemouth, Dunbar, Goswick and Magdalene Fields in Berwick.

Hallydown House offers excellent links to Edinburgh, Newcastle and even London. The A1 truck road provides easy commutable access to Scotland’s capital city and Newcastle which Berwick upon Tweed’s mainline train station offers a regular service up and down the country, with London being only a 3 ½ hour journey away.



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Useful Links

St Abbs Head - https://www.nts.org.uk/visit/places/st-abbs-head

Reston Station - https://scotlandsrailway.com/projects/reston-station

Longridge Towers School - https://lts.org.uk

Eyemouth High School - https://www.eyemouthhigh.org.uk

Belhaven Hill School - https://www.belhavenhill.com

Eyemouth Swimming Pool - https://www.liveborders.org.uk/health/swimming/swimming-pools/eyemouth-leisure-centre

Herring Queen Festival - https://www.ehq.org.uk/about-festival

Eyemouth Medical Practice - https://www.eyemouthmedicalpractice.co.uk

Giacopazzi’s Ice Cream - https://www.giacopazzis.co.uk

The Maltings - https://www.maltingsberwick.co.uk/?FromMobile=1

Berwick Museum - https://museumsnorthumberland.org.uk/berwick-museum-art-gallery

Berwick Castle - https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/berwick-upon-tweed-castle-and-ramparts

Berwick Train Station - https://www.lner.co.uk/the-east-coast-experience/our-stations/berwick-upon-tweed-station

Berwick Food & Beer Festival - https://www.berwickfoodandbeerfestival.co.uk/

The Swan Sports Centre - https://www.activenorthumberland.org.uk/Centres/Swan-Centre.aspx

Coldingham Sands - https://www.visitscotland.com/info/towns-villages/coldingham-bay-p315511



Fixtures and Fittings

Only items specifically mentioned in the particulars of sale are included in the sale price.


Listing and Conservation

Hallydown House is B Listed.


  • Mains electric and water.

  • Drainage to a Septic Tank.

  • Oil fired central heating.

  • Fibre broadband services are available.


Council Tax

Band G.

Energy Efficiency Rating

Band F (Rating 25)

Local Authority

Scottish Borders Council

Telephone: 0300 100 1800


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Particulars prepared in October 2021.