- Delightful rural location
- Two bedrooms
- Downstairs WC
- Courtyard garden
- Two allocated parking spaces
- Double glazing
£12,500 UNDER HOME REPORT VALUATION
*Excellent Primary or Secondary Home*
1e West Nisbet Steading is an immaculately presented two-bedroom mid-terrace property situated in a charming residential development occupying a semi-rural position in the Central Scottish Borders.
Lying across two levels the property benefits from two allocated parking spaces and a courtyard garden and would be a lovely primary or secondary home.
Internally, the property comprises two bedrooms, a bathroom, a sitting room with dining area, a breakfasting kitchen, and a downstairs wc. There is also good storage throughout the property and double glazing.
Externally, the property benefits from a courtyard garden to the front and two allocated parking spaces a particular feature.
Edinburgh is easily accessible via the A68, with most Border towns readily available from this central location, The Borders Railway at Tweedbank, is only fourteen and a half miles away, with trains running to Edinburgh every thirty minutes during the day, or the mainline railway at Berwick-upon-Tweed which are both within easy reach.
Edinburgh 47 miles. St. Boswells 8.0 miles. Kelso 9.0 miles. Jedburgh 6.5 miles. Newcastle 60 miles
(All distances are approximate)
EPC : D65
Council Tax Rate : C
1e West Nisbet Steading is situated in an attractive semi-rural location in the heart of the Scottish Borders. Lying only three miles from the A68 and set in lovely countryside around Jedburgh, Crailing and the Teviot Estates, local attractions include Woodside Nursery and Café, plus walks and craft units at Harestanes Visitor Centre and the nearby Teviot Water Gardens & Smokery.
The popular towns of Jedburgh and Kelso are within easy reach and provide an extensive range of amenities including a variety of specialist shops, small supermarkets, restaurants and a selection of hotels.
Local tourist attractions include gardens at Monteviot, Kelso and Jedburgh Abbeys, Floors Castle, plus Abbotsford House near Melrose, and Jedburgh Castle Jail. There is also a racecourse at Kelso, a particular attraction in the area.
There are a variety of outdoor pursuits locally that include fishing on the River Teviot, a mere two hundred yards away, the River Tweed, shooting, horse riding, mountain biking, and a selection of walks including, the Borders Abbeys Way, St. Cuthbert’s and the Southern Upland Way. There is also golf available at the nearby Roxburghe Championship course, as well as Jedburgh and Minto.
Local schools include Ancrum Primary, and Jedburgh Grammar School with the highly regarded St Mary’s preparatory school in Melrose.
The property sits in an easily accessible area with the Borders General Hospital lying on the outskirts of Melrose.
The A68, only three miles away, links Edinburgh to the north of England, with Newcastle Airport and Edinburgh Airports around one hour away. The Borders Railway, in Tweedbank, with trains running to Edinburgh every thirty minutes through the day, is approximately fourteen and a half miles away and provides an excellent service for commuters and day-trippers alike.
For those with satellite navigation the postcode for the property is: TD8 6TE
It is possible to access West Nisbet via a suspension bridge over the River Teviot at Crailing, but we suggest you follow the directions below, from which we have based the mileage within this brochure.
From the North take the A68 South and proceed through St. Boswells. After approximately five miles take the left turn signposted Nisbet, onto the B6400.
Continue on this road and after three miles bear right and take the second right turn into the development. Take the first left and proceed forward to a car park on your right. 1E sits in the northern corner of the L-shaped building.
From Jedburgh, take the A68 North for around three and a half miles. Take the left turn signposted Nisbet, onto the B6400 and follow the above directions.