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Hazelhurst

Causewayend, Ancrum, Jedburgh, Scottish Borders, TD8 6UZ

Offers Over £185,000


  • Sitting room / dining room

  • Kitchen

  • 2 double bedrooms

  • Study/nursery

  • Bathroom

  • Utility room

  • Cloakroom

  • Enclosed and sheltered garden

Hazelhurst is located close to the centre of Ancrum, on the south side of the village green. The historic conservation village of Ancrum is set around a triangular green and surrounded by traditionally built houses.

Ancrum has a population of ...

Hazelhurst is located close to the centre of Ancrum, on the south side of the village green. The historic conservation village of Ancrum is set around a triangular green and surrounded by traditionally built houses.

Ancrum has a population of approximately 400 and boasts a selection of very good local services including a village store/butcher with post office and dry cleaning facilities, public house and primary school. There is also a church, village hall
and play park. A regular bus service stops in the village and a mobile library visits every three weeks.
Just 4 miles south is the Royal and Ancient Burgh of Jedburgh.

The historic market town offers a wider range of services including a small supermarket and primary and secondary level education. The village is easily accessible to the Borders Railway with Tweedbank Station located just 11 miles to the north.

The surrounding area is renowned for its scenic beauty and is an ideal location for leisure and outdoor pursuits enthusiasts.

Nearby Harestanes offers a café and shop plus a variety of craft workshops, signposted walks and a playground area. St Cuthbert’s Way, one of the most beautiful, varied and enjoyable long distance walking routes in Britain, and one of Scotland’s
Great Trails also passes close by.

Being relatively close to the A68 trunk road the village has good access links throughout the area and further afield to both Edinburgh and Newcastle.

Hazelhurst is an attractive traditional, terraced cottage. The two storey house is stone built under a pitched slate roof.

The house has been modernised in recent years and is exceptionally well presented throughout. Upgrades to the kitchen and bathroom have ensured that Hazelhurst is in ‘walk in’ condition.

The large windows, especially in the sitting room / dining room, ensure that the house is flooded with light.

To the rear of the house is an enclosed, south facing garden. Sliding doors lead to a patio area with a lawn beyond. The garden provides a sheltered and relatively private outdoor space.