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Ancrum, Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, TD8 United Kingdom

£230,000 Cottage with paddock in the Scottish Borders Coach House is a charming cottage and is the result of the former stables for Alebank House being converted to residential use in the 1980s. It has been extensively refurbished in 2007. Large attractive garden, woodland and paddock. In all about 0.96 acres. EPC rating E Coach House is a charming cottage and is the result of the former stables for Alebank House being converted to residential use in the 1980s. It has a stone and render finish with contrasting stone margins and coins, under a slate roof. The cottage was extensively refurbished in 2007. The program of works included new central heating system, new bathroom, new kitchen, new windows, refurbished conservatory, improved insulation and internal/external decoration. It is a very comfortable cottage with 2 good size reception rooms, complemented by the conservatory. There are 3 bedrooms, the smallest of which lends itself for use as a study/office. Coach House has its own drive leading to a gravel parking area at the front of the house. Surrounding the house is a beautiful, private garden that is kept to a very high standard. It has a large lawn, well stocked flower beds and is fully enclosed by stone walls and post and wire fences. A small gate leads into the adjoining paddock which has its own water trough. Coach House lies within a conservation area. A lockable door in the boundary wall separates Coach House from the neighbouring property (Alebank House).

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Langlee, Jedburgh, TD8 United Kingdom

£425,000 Comfortable house in the Scottish Borders Family home created to provide modern living in a woodland setting. 4 bedrooms, 2 bath/shower rooms (1 ensuite), open plan receptiion hall/sitting room, kitchen/dining room, sun room, office area, laundry, work room and double garage. In all about 7 acres. EPC rating E Set in its own private gardens, Braeside dates from the early 1980s with later additions. It is set in approximately 7 acres and is a registered agricultural holding. Braeside has a unique construction with the main accommodation fabricated around pitched pine beams and steel uprights from old Jedburgh textile mills. The house has an open plan sitting area with a feature fireplace and Scandinavian style wood burners. The sitting room has sliding doors which open out onto the balcony and doubles as a sun room in the evenings. Should the need arise there is ample space to utilise part of the living space as an extra dining area. The kitchen/dining room has its own balcony and barbeque area and is a particular feature of the house, making the most of the views over the grounds. Within the grounds are a poly tunnel (and vegetable plot), potting shed, barn, wood shed and double garage. A tarmac drive leads up to the house and to the outbuildings whilst the house itself is surrounded by paved terracing and pretty, well stocked beds with brick margins. The remainder of the garden is notable for its well-stocked beds of shrubs including many rhododendrons. The Black Burn flows through the property and feeds two ponds. There are 3 paddocks totalling 3 acres including wild flower areas which complements the surrounding woodland and also provides habitat for the wonderful wildlife that frequents Braeside.

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Ancrum, Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, TD8 United Kingdom

£575,000 Detached Victorian House with fishing rights in the Scottish Borders Former Victorian manse in need of some refurbishment. The house presents many possibilities and has huge scope. It is full of character with high ceilings, working shutters on both floors and solid panel doors. In all about 2.96 acres. EPC rating F Alebank House is a really attractive Victorian family house set in mature, private grounds, having formally been a Church of Scotland manse. Although in need of some refurbishment, Alebank House presents many possibilities and has huge scope. It is light and bright, and the rooms provide adaptable family accommodation with well-proportioned reception rooms and good size bedrooms. It is full of character with high ceilings, working shutters on both floors and solid panel doors. Alebank House is approached along a gravel drive with a large parking area at the front door. Set apart from the house is a useful range of outbuildings constructed of solid natural stone walls with part sheeted, part slated roofs. They provide garaging for up to 3 cars, a store for garden equipment, a potting shed and a fuel store. At the northern end of the building is a lean-to greenhouse. Alebank House has an exceptional garden. The main garden, lying adjacent to the house, is bordered by wonderful mature trees, shrubs, hedges and stone walls. It is a sea of colour for most of the year with well stocked herbaceous borders, roses, an orchard full of productive fruit trees and beds producing beautiful cut flowers. There are extensive lawns, including a croquet lawn, whilst a circular ornamental pond is positioned in the middle of the main lawn outside the drawing room. A paved seating area, with a sun dial at its centre, overlooks the Alewater and paddock below.

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