1 West Nisbet Stables lies on the western edge of Nisbet, a pretty 19th Century Estate village. The house enjoys some tremendous south westerly outlooks up the Teviot Valley. West Nisbet Stables lie within Nisbets conservation area.
Nisbet has …
1 West Nisbet Stables lies on the western edge of Nisbet, a pretty 19th Century Estate village. The house enjoys some tremendous south westerly outlooks up the Teviot Valley. West Nisbet Stables lie within Nisbet’s conservation area.
Nisbet has a peaceful, yet accessible, location in a scenic area of the Borders and amenities on its doorstep including walking, fishing and riding. Local amenities are found in nearby Ancrum, including a primary school, shop, inn and church and there is a wider range of amenities in each of Jedburgh and Kelso. A new school campus is currently under construction in Jedburgh.
Monteviot House, Harestanes Visitors Centre (with café) and the Woodside Garden Centre (with café) all lie nearby.
Tweedbank, from where there is a regular train service to Edinburgh, is within 20 minutes drive of Nisbet.
1 West Nisbet Stables is an impressive semi-detached conversion which provides bright, versatile, well appointed and thoughtfully designed living accommodation.
The property benefits from oil fired central heating (under floor at ground floor level) and double glazing. There is a log burning stove in the living/dining kitchen and there are solid oak doors throughout.
The modern kitchen includes a fridge, freezer, dishwasher, boiling tap, oven, microwave, induction hob and warming drawer.
Hall, living/dining kitchen, utility room, 2 double bedrooms and family bathroom (with bath, shower, basin and WC).
Landing, master bedroom with dressing room and en suite shower room (with shower, basin and WC) and bedroom 4.
There is generous gravelled car parking/turning space in front of the house, along with good areas of garden ground to both the front and rear.
There is an attractive and fairly private area of decking outside the living/dining kitchen and this benefits from the fine south westerly outlooks up the Teviot Valley.