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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Friars, Jedburgh, TD8

Fixed Price £370,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Stunning 'B' Listed Period Property
  • Well Regarded Area With Great Views
  • Wealth Of Features Inc Many Working Fireplaces
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen, Stores, Utility & Butlers Pantry
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Bathroom & 2 Shower Rooms
  • Private Driveway And Timber Garage
  • Substantial Mature Gardens
  • Gas Central Heating

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
**GREAT VALUE - £20,000 BELOW HR VALUE**
Froylehurst is an exceptional period property, 'B' Listed and set upon substantial mature grounds extending to in the region of an acre. The Friars is a well regarded location, with the position in such easy reach of the town centre making the house suitable as a large family home or well located Bed and Breakfast, for which it has been used in the past. The property retains a wealth of beautiful period features including for example working fireplaces in many rooms (as well as the reception hall), ornate cornice work, beautiful woodwork, a stained glass doors and window, plus a cupola on the landing and original Belfast sinks and coppers in the wash house.
Whilst the property has greatly improved upon by the current owner, and is in excellent decorative order with new carpets, it still offers scope for the purchaser to stamp their own mark in some areas. There is gas central heating and the grounds encompass a terraced lawn to the front, ample parking, a timber garage and secluded top section of garden, which has a secret garden feel and great privacy. To fully appreciate the true quality, size and potential of this stunning property viewing really is a must.

Location
Jedburgh 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.
Jedburgh is a gateway to the whole country with many local attractions - including Mary Queen of Scot's House the Jedburgh Castle Jail Museum and the beautiful 12th century abbey. The area is surrounded by stunning countryside with lots of local walking and cycling routes nearby. Jedburgh is 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.

Directions
Travelling along The Friars from the Castlegate end, turn into the drive on the left signposted for Normanie. Follow this private road up, keeping to the left. Drive drive past Normanie still keeping left and you come to Froylehurst

Vestibule
6'6” x 7'0”
With mosaic floor tiles, decorative plasterwork, very deep skirtings and a stunning stained glass door.


Hall
19'4” x 12'9” at widest and longest
Fabulous reception hall, forming an L-Shape. Mosaic floor tiles, beautiful original woodwork and a corner fireplace in working order are just a few of the features.


Drawing Room
22'6” into bay x 15'8”
An elegantly proportioned room, with white painted woodwork and fireplace, which has working fire and mantle mirror. Decorative cornice. Picture rial. Excellent light from large bay window, enhanced by a glass door to the side.


Sitting Room
15'1” into window x 13'1”
A spacious versatile second public room, ideal as an everyday lounge/family room or large study. Original woodwork to skirtings, picture rail and the shutter effect panelling on the side facing window. Fireplace fitted with gas fire.


Dining Room
22'0” into bay x 15'9”
A delight for those who love to entertain, this large dining room is lit by a large bay window and a side set window, both with original woodwork to the panelled surrounds. Substantial fireplace with mantle mirror and gas fire. Shelved press. Decorative cornicing. Picture rail.


Butlers Pantry
8'9” x 7'0”
Set off the dining room and in turn leading to the rear hall and kitchen. Wood lined with range of storage and a sink under the window.


Kitchen
14'7” x 12'8”
Whilst the kitchen has been improved upon partially, it still offers scope for further improvement / refurbishment. There is a range of base units and drawers, open shelving and a modern dual fuel range style cooker set into the original tiled hearth. A window looks to the rear and there are doors to both the boiler room (11'9” x 8'2”) and a utility room (7'0” x 7'3”) which has a Belfast sink and a door to the rear hallway.


Rear Lobby
27'5” x 3'6”
The rear hallway takes in two large pantry stores, accesses a small cellar and leads to the rear of the house as well as the kitchen and back through into the reception hall. Access to the utility room, WC and a shower room is also from this area.


Landing
The beautiful sweeping staircase has a large stained glass window on the half turn, where it splits, with an arch on the right leading to a shower room as well as a large cupboard next to which is a door up into the fantastic floored attic which has scope for conversion into further bedrooms or studio (subject to planning consents). The stairs then carry on to the main landing, which features a cupola and includes a further walk in linen cupboard. Three of the five bedrooms are reached from an archway.

Master Bedroom
15'4” x 15'8”
Enjoying stunning views to the front, with original woodwork, tiled fireplace and shelved press, this is a spacious master room, giving access through to the beautiful bathroom; thereby acting as an en-suite.


Bedroom Two
17'9” x 13'10”
Set to the left of the main landing this large room has dual aspect windows, painted white woodwork, a press and a pretty fireplace with painted mantle and dog grate fire.


Bedroom Three
12'8” x 14'5”
Set to the right off the main landing this spacious double is set to the rear, has painted woodwork and an ornate cast iron fireplace also painted white and with a dog grate fire, next to which is a shelved press.


Bedroom Four
13'6” x 14'0”
The arch off the landing leads to this further double room which has original woodwork, a wood lined press and fine outlooks to the side.


Bedroom Five
12'6” x 12'0”
A charming room which could make for a lovely study, with window to side and cast iron painted fireplace with dog grate fire.


Bathroom
11'5” x 8'6”
Refurbished to great effect, the spacious bathroom has a luxurious feel, enhanced by the tiling to walls and floor plus the modern claw foot bath. White WC and basin plus corner shower cubicle with chrome fittings. Wonderful views from large window to front.


Shower Room
9'9” x 8'1”
Set off the half landing, the shower room has been refurbished to a high standard and is unusually spacious. The new flooring co-ordinates well with the painted dado level panelling and other woodwork. Wash hand basin and WC. Walk in shower with electric unit.


Outside
Set at the base of the drive is a timber garage, with parking for several vehicles to the side of the house, where there is scope to relocate the garage if so wished. The front garden forms a sweeping terraced lawn, swathed by an abundance of mature trees. A wide path runs along the rear, where there is a timber shed and access to a wash house complete with the original coppers. Steps take you up to a further garden area, also laid to grass and surrounded by trees, giving great privacy.

General Information
*** Note to Solicitors*** All formal offers should be emailed in the first instance to Scotlandoffers@purplebricks.com. Should your client's offer be accepted, please then send the Principle offer directly to the seller's solicitor upon receipt of the Notification of Proposed Sale which will be emailed to you.


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Added on Rightmove:
29 March 2019

Nearest station

  • Tweedbank (11.8 mi)
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Nearest station

  • Tweedbank (11.8 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Purplebricks, covering Scotland

Suite 7, First Floor, Cranmore Drive, Shirley, Solihull, B90 4RZ

0121 396 0877 Local call rate

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