Pleasants Steading enjoys an accessible rural location close to the minor public road linking Jedburgh and Oxnam. The surrounding countryside is an area of outstanding natural beauty which offers excellent hill walking, cycling and a variety of other outdoor …
Pleasants Steading enjoys an accessible rural location close to the minor public road linking Jedburgh and Oxnam. The surrounding countryside is an area of outstanding natural beauty which offers excellent hill walking, cycling and a variety of other outdoor pursuits. The Cheviots and Deer Street are both within easy reach.
Nearby Oxnam, approximately 1 mile southeast of Pleasants Steading, has some limited amenities with a wider range of amenities being found in Jedburgh. Construction of a new primary and secondary school development in Jedburgh has recently started and the town also has a good range of shops, doctor’s surgery, petrol station, sporting and recreational facilities.
Pleasants Steading is an attractive courtyard development and Amble Cottage, which was completed in 2014, has been created as an eco-friendly home with Biomass central heating (from a communal boiler) and solar panels.
The cottage is particularly well presented and provides nicely proportioned and well appointed accommodation which would suit either an owner-occupier or a buyer looking for a holiday cottage/second home. The cottage has good built in storage space.
There is a low maintenance garden in front of the cottage, this including a lawn, border and footpath.
There are 2 private car parking spaces with Amble Cottage.
Amble Cottage was created by Gilbert Developments Ltd, a reputable and well established local family run business based in Jedburgh. The business operates locally and is NHBC registered.
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Biomass central heating and hot water from a communal boiler (charged per usage). Solar panels, used to retain hot water, with the back up of an electric immersion heater.
Amble Cottage is shown as self-catering accommodation on the Scottish Assessors website and has a Rateable Value of £1,600. This has been effective since 1st April 2017. However, if the property were to revert back to private residential use it is likely to be in Council Tax Band C.
Amble Cottage has been used as a holiday cottage by the current owners and the furniture/contents could be available for purchase by separate negotiation if desired.
Strictly by appointment with the selling agents