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Rental Properties at Spital Tower

 Properties at Spital Tower


Spital Tower lets cottages, stables and fields when they are not required for farm workers or for agricultural purposes.

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Stables Cottage

Stables Cottage, as its name implies adjoined to the Edwardian hunting stables. The stone and slate house is spacious with 3/4 bedrooms, 2 public rooms and a nursery /study, with normal other rooms. It is surrounded on 3 sides by a private garden, and looks directly onto the hill fields and Ruberslaw hill.


Towerburn Cottage

Towerburn Cottage is a beautifully proportioned stone & slate house designed by architect Thomas Leadbetter to accommodate the butler at the mansion house on the opposite side of the Tower burn. Built around 1915, it is set on the banks of the stream, overlooking the tradesmen’s entrance, and the only road entry point to the estate, so that an eye could be kept on the comings and goings.
It is set in a well-kept garden surrounded by beech hedges, off which are the former vegetable garden (presently a busy wild bird observatory) and a patch of wild garden under a chestnut tree. It is not overlooked by any other dwelling, and at the rear is a paddock. There is gated parking for 2 cars adjacent a stone & slate outhouse, with a bin store and a coal/log store.

Stables & Out-turn

The stables at Spital Tower comprise
The main Stables comprising four large panelled boxes opening off a wide corridor

    • A large washroom
    • A heated, panelled tack room with saddle racks etc
    • A feed store
    • A large enclosed main yard in which are two timber framed and clad loose boxes
    • Separate Parking and covered bale storage
    • Out-turn paddocks by arrangement to suit requirements

There are lots of exercise opportunities around the 500-acre estate, including routes along hard stone farm tracks, hill ground and field margins. Riding out from the estate along the Borders Abbeys Way, and quiet country tarred roads opens up longer routes. Gallops and training rings etc. are accessible on nearby farms with stables by arrangement with the other owners.