£360,000 Guide price
Treetops is a stunning detached property set upon substantial garden grounds in a rural but not isolated location just outside the historic Abbey town of Jedburgh. Enjoying wonderful views and great privacy it is a dream location, particularly for those with a family as the garden and surrounding area offer a wonderful playground for children, with fields and stables nearby. The house was constructed circa 2010 and has been very well planned to offer a great level of bright and spacious accommodation, finished to a high standard with a number of pleasing features and quality fixtures and fittings. The open plan design of the main living/social space is particularly appealing, creating a fantastic flow that works extremely well for every day use. The upper landing is very roomy, large enough to take furniture under the coomb, and downstairs there is an additional public room, great as a TV/Family Room or study. The master bedroom is unusually spacious and sits next to the beautifully appointed family bathroom, and one of the four further bedrooms is en-suite, making it perfect for guests. The property is fully double glazed and has oil fired heating. There are parking spaces to the top and bottom of the driveway, whilst secure parking is catered for by an integral double garage, which opens through into the utility room. This gorgeous house really is a must see to fully grasp all it has to offer.
Treetops is set just outside the historic abbey town of Jedburgh, in a gorgeous rural setting with stunning views. Jedburgh itself is a beautiful town, well served by local facilities and completely steeped in history. It gives a great base from where to explore this beautiful region, has a number of attractions for tourists and is surrounded by stunning countryside. Jedburgh currently has two primary schools and a High School but plans have been approved for a new facility to create a brand new campus for all schools to be merged by 2020. Straddled by the A68, giving access to major routes both north and south bound, Jedburgh is conveniently located for travel to surrounding towns and villages in the region as well as many of its major employers. All in all, a lovely place to live, whether permanently or for occasional use.
Travelling south bound on the A68, take the very sharp left turn at the little bridge, just past the Shell Garage and Edinburgh Mill shop. Follow the road up then take the first available turn on the right. Around half way up the hill take the right turn for Hartrigge. Follow this mainly single track road down and through past the farm and stables; Treetops lies nestled at the foot of the lane.
17'3 x 13'7 at widest &longest
An exterior canopy gives a pleasing frontage and protection from the elements. The hallway is a very nice size and has oak doors and cherry laminated flooring. The ceiling has bevelled coving and there is a useful under stair cupboard.
8'0 x 2'10
A very smartly presented and nicely appointed internal facility with a push flush WC and contemporary wash hand basin.
9'4 x 13'7
This is a great extra room, which is of a size to give an ideal room for a little peace and privacy away from the hustle and bustle of the main house, but equally it could work as a downstairs bedroom if needed.
15'6 x 27'7 to rear wall
The living room is an excellent size and has as its main feature a contemporary log burning stove set into an inglenook fireplace. Triple aspect windows give lots of light and the open plan nature gives a great flow.
Kitchen / Diner
37'11 (to wall in living area) x 13'8 (at widest into recess)
The dining section is located in between the living space and kitchen and it opens out to the decking by French doors. The kitchen includes a breakfast bar in the island unit, which is fronted by the five ring hob with large suspended extractor hood above. Ample modern floor and wall mounted units, including an inset sink set into the granite counter top, double wall mounted oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and wine cooler.
16'8 x 7'9
This is a surprisingly spacious extra working area which gives access out to the side of the house as well as into the garage. Dual aspect windows give good light and the washing machine and tumble drier are cleverly concealed within a large cupboard, to the side of which is a recess with a sink.
The carpeted staircase has an oak banister and it leads up to a roomy landing,amply large enough to accommodate furniture such as a sofa or desk under the coomb, which is fitted with two velux windows. A hatch leads up to the attic. Two of the bedrooms lie to the left, with the bathroom and further three bedrooms to the right.
16'4 x 15'0
An unusually generous double room, which has windows to side and rear along with a recessed velux, all combining to give lovely light and views. To either side of the velux are large wardrobes.
12'1 x 13'9
This double has the benefit of the en-suite and it enjoys superb views from dual aspect windows. Side by side cupboards house the hot water tank and heating controls.
A very nicely presented shower room, with the cerise decor and white brick tiles giving a bright modern look. White WC and wash hand basin. Shower recess with electric unit. Velux window.
11'9 x 10'6
This is a nicely sized bedroom, set to the front with the décor crating a tranquil ambience. Built in wardrobe giving storage.
11'9 x 9'3
This bedroom looks up the driveway to the front and includes a singe built in wardrobe.
9'6 x 9'4
Set next to the bathroom, this is a comfortable double, with a velux window and laminate flooring.
9'4 x 9'4
The family bathroom is an excellent size and very stylish indeed, featuring contemporary fittings including a lovely double basin unit, bath with side set taps and large shower cubicle. White brick tiling, slate style floor tiles and a large ladder radiator/towel rail complete the contemporary look.
At the top of the drive there is a parking and a play area, plus a timber and metal shed with power. The drive at the front creates additional parking for several cars. The garage is a double; entered by twin timber and glass panelled doors and housing the boiler. The gardens are laid in the main to grass for easy upkeep and a large decked terrace running along the rear elevation, accessed from the dining area, provides a super area for alfresco living and dining in the summer months.
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