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Thistle Lodge, Commonside, Hawick, Scottish Borders, TD9 0LA










Thistle Lodge near Hawick is a beautiful, detached house sitting in private gardens and offering stunning rural views over the Scottish Borders. The property is positioned over two principal floors and offers 2 well-presented public rooms, 4 generous double bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities and dressing rooms and an open-plan kitchen/sitting/dining room. Thistle Lodge sits in manageable grounds with garden front and back and the current owners have erected a well-appointed oak garage and a number of useful outbuildings.


Accommodation Comprises

Ground Floor

Entrance Vestibule, Reception Hallway, Open Plan Kitchen / Dining Room, Drawing Room, Family Sitting Room, Utility Room, W.C.


First Floor

Master Bedroom (En-Suite & Dressing Room), 3 Further Double Bedrooms (En-Suite & Dressing Room), Bedroom 2 with En-Suite.


Garden Grounds

Garden Grounds Front & Back, Driveway, Oak Garage



Hawick 7 Miles, Melrose 25 Miles, Tweedbank Train Station 24 Miles,

Galashiels 24 Miles.

(all distances are approximate).


Area Insights

Thistle Lodge is situated about half a mile off the A7, about 8 miles south of the popular Scottish Borders town of Hawick. The property, which marches with the Buccleuch Estate, offers miles of unspoilt countryside to explore whilst still offering easy access to all the Borders and up into Edinburgh.

Hawick, which is the largest of the Border towns offers a range of excellent amenities and professional services. National supermarkets like Morrison’s, Sainsburys, Aldi’s and Lidl’s offer convenience, otherwise there are fantastic local butchers, farm stores, bakers, distillers, and green grocers that would love your support. Hawick offers a number of attractions to explore like The Hawick Museum, Hermitage Castle, The Borders Distillery and The Borders Textile Towerhouse to name a few. There is schooling for all ages in the town, otherwise private schools like St Mary’s School and Longridge Towers can be found nearby. Hawick has a number of sporting venues and clubs including a formidable rugby team, a well-supported golf club, cycling clubs and a leisure centre. For those who enjoy walking, Hawick is known as the town of a 1000 trails.

Out with the local area the region boasts some of the most impressive countryside in Scotland and there are a wide range of country pursuits available including fishing, shooting, golf and hill walking. The Borders offer excellent riding facilities, local point to points, hunting with the Jed Forest, Buccleuch and Border Hunts and the well-attended annual Common Riding. The nearby towns of Melrose, Kelso and Galashiels offers further shopping facilities and historical interests as well as the regions Border General Hospital (BGH) which is highly regarded. Tweedbank Railway Station which is situated between Galashiels and Melrose provides a regular train service to Edinburgh, with proposals underway to extend through Hawick to Carlisle, whilst the A7 which runs through Hawick connects Carlisle to Edinburgh.



General Remarks



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Useful Links

Made in Hawick -

Lindsay’s Farm Kitchen -

Textile Towerhouse -

Johnstons of Elgin -

Lindsay Grieve Butcher -

Lovat Mill -

St Mary’s School -

Longridge Towers -

Golf Club -

Hawick Rugby Club -

Tweedbank Train Station -

Hawick Core Paths -

Hawick Common Riding -




Fixtures and Fittings

All fitted carpets and light fittings are included with the sale.


Listing and Conservation

Please note the property is not listed, nor in a conservation area.



Oil fired central heating.

Main’s electricity.

Private water.

Drainage to a private septic tank.

Solar Panels.

Broadband services are available.


Council Tax

Band G.


Energy Efficiency Rating

Band C (Rating 80)


Local Authority

Scottish Borders Council

Telephone: 01835 824 000.


Internet Web Site

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7. Photographs taken in June 2021. Particulars prepared in June 2021.