A CONVERTED traditional farm steading gives buyers the chance to enjoy a modern home with aspects of the past.

Fox Covert at Kaimflat, Kelso, is on the market for offers over £745,000.

The four-bedroom conversion, listed by property agents Melrose and Porteous, is roughly four miles north of Kelso, and features "bespoke" features and even has a cinema room.

A Melrose and Porteous spokesperson said: "Originally forming part of the traditional 18th century farm steading adjacent to Kaimflat Farmhouse.

"Fox Covert has been cleverly designed to create a rustic conversion which encapsulates the industry of its past.

"This wonderful barn conversion has an expansive floor area of approx. 418m² and designed to create a luxurious home without compromising its original structure.

"This barn conversion has quality fittings and double-glazed timber windows with all the decor and windows painted in shades that enhance this conversion."

Three double bedrooms can be found on the ground floor of the home, with the master bedroom – with a walk-in wardrobe and a "luxury" en-suite bathroom.

The first floor family room features a fitted bookshelf and viewing platform which overlooks the vaulted living and dining areas, as well as a log burning stove and sitting area.

There is a gravel driveway at the front of the house leading to a carport and adjoining workshop space.

And to the rear of the property is a lawn garden.

For more information on Fox Covert, and to book a viewing with Melrose and Porteous, visit the ESPC website.