Kailzie has a good, accessible location towards the northern edge of Jedburgh whilst being within walking distance of the town centre with its amenities. The cottage has an easterly aspect to the front.
Jedburgh is one of the main towns in the Scottish Borders and is popular with both residents and tourists. The town straddles the A68 which provides good vehicular access both north to Edinburgh and south to the northeast of England. Jedburgh has a good range of amenities including shops, primary and secondary schools, post office, Doctor's surgery, hotels, sporting and recreational facilities. The main tourist attractions in the town are the historic ruined Abbey, the Castle Jail and Mary Queen of Scot's house. In
addition, the surrounding countryside is noted for its scenic beauty and historic interest.
Kailzie is an attractive semi-detached bungalow, originally built as a railway cottage, which provides neat and easily maintained accommodation all at ground floor level. There appears to be scope to extend the accommodation up into the roof spaceif desired and subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
The cottage benefits from gas fired central heating and all windows (other than one in the kitchen) are double glazed. An attractive feature of Kailzie is its fine garden which includes grass, borders and paving.
Outbuildings include a useful brick store (with electricity supply) and a timber garden shed.