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Chesters is a scenic small Borders village which lies approximately 6 miles from the Carter Bar. Chesters has a popular village hall with a wider range of amenities - including shops, schools, sporting and recreational amenities - being found in each ...
Chesters is a scenic small Borders village which lies approximately 6 miles from the Carter Bar. Chesters has a popular village hall with a wider range of amenities - including shops, schools, sporting and recreational amenities - being found in each of Jedburgh and Hawick.
The surrounding countryside is noted for both its peacefulness and the opportunities it offers for a wide range of country pursuits.
The A6088, which links the Carter Bar with Hawick, passes Chesters and the nearby A68 is one of the main roads linking Edinburgh with northeast England.
This is a tremendous steading conversion offering modern living comforts within an attractive and well located traditional building.
The Steadings is a comfortable family home/bed and breakfast business which benefits from both oil fired central heating and double glazing. The breakfasting kitchen has recently been refitted and the property is particularly well appointed and presented. One of the four en suite bedrooms is on the ground floor .
Granary Cottage is a fully equipped self catering cottage used for holiday lets but could just as easily be used as a granny annexe if the property were occupied by an extended family. The cottage is full of character and has a split-level open plan sitting room/dining kitchen. Granary Cottage benefits from oil fired central heating and double glazing.
The property sits within nicely landscaped garden grounds which include lawns, borders and an orchard. There is ample off road car parking with both the Steadings and Granary Cottage.
In addition to the garden there are two paddocks with the property and the site extends to approximately 3.81 acres / 1.54 ha in total.
The useful range of outbuildings include a large timber framed shed/workshop (11.6m x 6m) with mezzanine storage, spacious single car garage/workshop, stables (with 2 loose boxes and a tack room), Nissen hut (16m x 4.9m), aluminium and glazed greenhouse and a lean-to garden store/utility room adjacent to Granary Cottage.
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
Some of the furniture in the main house and all of the furniture and equipment in Granary Cottage is included in the sale.
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Each property has its own oil fired central heating.
The Steadings is shown in Council Tax Band A on the Scottish Assessors website. This banding dates from June 2002 and is likely to change following the steading conversion.
Granary Cottage is described as self-catering accommodation on the Scottish Assessors website and has a rateable value of £1,600.