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4 bedroom cottage for sale

10 Oxnam Row, Oxnam Row Farm Cottages, Jedburgh, Roxburghshire

Sold STC £297,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached Cottage
  • Character & Charm
  • Stunning Views
  • Large Garden
  • £375,000 home report valuation

Full description

Accommodation in Brief
Entrance Hall | Reception Hall | Sitting Room | Kitchen | Store | WC | Dining Room | Rear Hall | Master Bedroom with En-Suite | Three Further Bedrooms | Bathroom

Workshop | Garden

The Property
10 Oxnam Row is a well-presented detached cottage which sits amidst stunning Scottish Borders countryside above Oxnam Water and within easy reach of the historic market town of Jedburgh. The property was originally two cottages which have been combined to provide a bright and spacious home with high-quality fixtures and fittings including handmade solid oak doors.

The front door opens into an entrance hall which has a large storage cupboard and stairs to the upper floor. The bright, dual aspect reception hall has two window seats offering stunning open rural views; this room has flexible use as either a second sitting room or study. The kitchen is fitted with a range of solid oak units with granite work surfaces and breakfast bar, an oil-fired Rayburn stove (for heating and hot water) together with double Belfast sink, ceramic hob and double oven, integrated dishwasher and washing machine. There is a useful store room off the kitchen which leads to a downstairs cloakroom which is fitted with a wash hand basin and WC. The sitting room has a picture window with views over the rear garden and countryside beyond, a feature fireplace with stone surround and oak mantle with multi-fuel stove and solid oak flooring. The dining room which also has views to the rear, a feature fireplace with multi-fuel stove and solid oak flooring, provides a more formal entertaining space.

Stairs lead up to a bright landing which leads to the bedrooms and bathrooms; this floor provides spacious accommodation with high ceilings and characterful coombed ceilings. The dual aspect master bedroom has windows to the rear and side and benefits from an en-suite bathroom which is fitted with a bath, wash hand basin and WC. There are three further double bedrooms, one of which is dual aspect offering stunning countryside views. The other two bedrooms have large Velux windows which flood the rooms with natural light and one has a large fitted wardrobe. The large bathroom is fitted with a bath, separate shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC. In addition on this floor there are two large cupboards accessed off the landing.

The property is accessed through double timber gates to a gravelled drive and parking area with space for several cars to the front and side of the house. The garden has attractive, mature boundary hedging and to the front there is a productive allotment with raised beds and a wood store. The enclosed rear garden, which is mainly laid to lawn, has mature shrubs and trees and provides a peaceful area to enjoy the open rural aspect.

There is further mature garden to the side and beyond. The side garden includes a gravelled seating and BBQ area and an attractive wildlife pond, with further lawn and a variety of shrubs and trees, including apple and plum trees. At the end of the garden there is a gate which leads to a path and further seating area overlooking Oxnam Water and beyond to the Cheviots in the east.

There is a lean-to timber workshop (4.70m x 2.70m) at one side of the property which is fully insulated, has electric supply and light and is fitted with a work bench.

Local Information
Oxnam is an attractive small Borders village set amidst rolling farmland yet just a short distance from Jedburgh; the mainly residential village offers an active community-owned village hall. A short drive away is the popular market town of Jedburgh where there is a good range of amenities including a wide range of shops including an award-winning butcher, professional services, good primary and secondary schools, a health centre, supermarket, a number of restaurants and cafés and a wide range of leisure amenities. Jedburgh is home to one of the most famous and oldest Rugby Clubs in Scotland, Jed-Forest; other sports activities include football, swimming, badminton, tennis, athletics and skiing on the only dry ski slope in the Borders. Jedburgh is one of the most historic towns in the Scottish Borders, with many fine buildings including the beautiful 12th century Augustinian Abbey, Mary Queen of Scots fortified house, and the Victorian County Jail.

The main A68 is a short distance from the property which makes many of the surrounding Borders towns and villages within easy commuting distance. Good communication links to the north and south via the A68, A7 and A696 trunk roads provide access to Edinburgh, Carlisle and Newcastle. The Borders Railway, which reopened in September 2015, provides passenger services between Tweedbank and Edinburgh. The new line provides fast and efficient travel, with journey times of under an hour from Tweedbank to Edinburgh; Tweedbank Station is just over 19 miles from the property. Berwick-upon-Tweed which provides mainline services north and south to major UK cities. Both Edinburgh and Newcastle have international airports and are easily accessible.

Approximate Mileages
Oxnam 0.7 mile | A68 3.4 miles | Jedburgh 4.5 miles | Kelso 11.9 miles | Tweedbank Station 19.1 miles | Berwick-upon-Tweed 33.3 miles | Newcastle International Airport 48.3 miles | Newcastle City Centre 55.8 miles | Edinburgh City Centre 52.3 miles | Edinburgh International Airport 59.2 miles

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29 October 2014

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