The plot has a tremendous rural, yet accessible, location a short distance to the northeast of the pretty small village of Nisbet.
Nisbet is a picturesque 19th Century Estate village in a peaceful, yet accessible, location and amenities on its doorstep include walking, fishing and riding. Local amenities are found in Ancrum, including a primary school, shop, excellent pub and Church. A wider range of amenities can be found in the nearby towns of Jedburgh and Kelso with both towns benefiting from secondary schools and sports facilities. The Borders Rail Link with Edinburgh Waverly terminates at Tweedbank which is within easy driving distance of Ploughlands.
Travelling northeast out of Nisbet continue for approximately 1 mile before turning right on to the private road up to Ploughlands. Continue up this road, veering left at the steading and then pass some farm cottages on your left before reaching the plot. The plot is approximately half a mile from the public road.
This is an attractive and fairly level plot with outstanding views of the surrounding countryside to the north, east and south. The plot has planning permission in principle for the erection of a dwellinghouse. The planning permission is dated 24th January 2017 and the planning reference is 16/01375/PPP.
Mains electricity and water are available nearby, drainage will be to a septic tank. The purchaser will be responsible for servicing the plot and more information on likely costs is available from the selling agents.
Surface water drainage is to be dealt with by the purchaser by means of a soakaway.