£65,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|12 September 2005||£70,000||N/A|
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Forming part of a beautifully retained traditional stone building, 32b High Street is a strikingly spacious two bedroom period flat located the second floor. Effortlessly combining both contemporary style with period features throughout, this property offers generous accommodation within a highly desirable town centre location.
Early viewing is advised to fully appreciate the subjects on offer.
Jedburgh is a highly sought after pretty market town, easily commutable to Edinburgh and Newcastle. Evolving around the spectacular 12th century Augustinian Abbey, the Royal Burgh of Jedburgh is one of the most historic market towns in the Scottish Borders. This extremely popular and picturesque town boasts a number of buildings of architectural significance including the famous Mary Queen of Scots fortified house and the Victorian County Jail, together with the attractive Market Square. Excellent amenities are available in the town and surrounding area including a good range of independent retailers, which mix well with an eclectic collection of restaurants and bars. Recreational facilities are well catered for in the town, and these include a popular swimming pool and fitness centre, golf course and beautiful parkland. Primary and secondary schooling is available locally (with a new inter-generational learning campus recently opened), and with enviable links both north and south via the A68 and A7 to Edinburgh, Carlisle and Newcastle. Berwick-upon-Tweed is the nearest main line railway station, with the Borders Railway terminus at Tweedbank within easy reach, providing a half hourly service to Edinburgh Waverley in less than an hour. Domestic and international flights can be accessed easily at both Edinburgh and Newcastle Airports.
Bright entrance porch in neutral decor with window highlighting the tiled floor.
Lengthy hallway giving access to accommodation and continuing the tasteful neutral theme in decor and the fitted carpet. This is offset by spotlights to the ceiling with useful storage offered in a built-in cupboard.
The wonderfully spacious lounge offers generous space for living room furniture and is presented in elegant cashmere tones. The dual sash windows to front aspect flood the room in natural light with the feature fireplace serving as an ambient focal point to the room ideal for relaxing with family.
The bright and airy dining kitchen is positioned to the rear and features pleasant views across tree-lined hills and beyond. Supplemented by a wide selection of cream base and wall-mounted units with contrasting worktop, this is well-equipped with a range of integrated appliances including oven, grill, electric hob and hood with excellent space for further free-standing appliances. Therein lies ample space for dining table and chairs ideal for leisurely meals with family.
Spacious in dimension, the first double bedroom is decorated in stylish grey hues and features two large sash windows with front outlook. Two sets of fitted wardrobes provide abundant hanging and storage space.
The second bedroom is a well-proportioned double benefiting from a neutral palette and fitted carpet. Two built-in closets offers excellent bedroom storage.
Modern in decor and accentuated by elegant tiling detail to the floor, the bathroom is fitted with a 3 piece suite comprising bath, WC and wash hand basin.
NOTE: The property is Category B Listed and is located within the Jedburgh Conservation Area.
The seller reserves the right to sell at any time and is not obliged to set a closing date. In the event of a Closing Date being set, the seller is not obliged to accept the highest or any offer. Prior to consideration of any offer, interested parties will be expected to provide proof of the source of funds with suitable confirmation of their ability to finance the purchase. We will also require proof of buyer ID conforming with HMRC requirements. Please see our terms and conditions on our website for more information.
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