Enjoying a gently elevated position on the historic Castlegate, number 89a is a charming and unique townhouse style property - making the perfect holiday home, first time buy or ideal for those looking to downsize. The character property has a quaint feel; with a welcoming country cottage décor, well proportioned and comfortable living space, and lovely outlooks across the town, Castle and countryside beyond. Being centrally positioned, 89a Castlegate is well placed for local amenities, shopping and transport links, while just stones throw from a host of popular countryside walks, cycle routes and trails, providing a perfect balance of rural life with town facilities.
The ancient town of Jedburgh is justifiably known as the 'Jewel of the Borders' and has a variety of independent shops, restaurants, a swimming pool and fitness centre, supermarket, Community & Arts Centre, primary and secondary schools. The historical Royal Burgh lies ten miles north of the border with England. Well situated with swift road links via A68 to both major airports at Edinburgh and Newcastle, and nearby railway at Tweedbank, with the main East Coast railway line at Berwick upon Tweed. The town enjoys rolling countryside and has many popular cycle and horse riding routes, as well as a strong rugby connection and facilities such as golf course, tennis courts and bowling club.
A neat enclosed courtyard with paving leads to the main front entrance; opening to a charming country kitchen and dining area. Recently upgraded, the kitchen is fitted with an excellent selection of cream fronted wall and base units, providing good storage and counter space, with integral appliances giving a streamlined finish and window overlooking the garden. The décor is stylish and perfectly in-keeping with the period property; with tiled flooring, white panelled ceiling and quirky exposed brick effect wall coverings. There is ample space for the farmhouse style dining table and sideboard, with a useful in-built utility cupboard and external door to the side access. A carpeted stair opens to the first level; with a convenient cloakroom facility positioned at the half turn, and further doors from the landing opening to the family bathroom and living room. The bathroom is bright and fresh with a large window providing natural light and comprising curved bath with shower over, W/C, washhand basin and vanity unity. Adjacent, the main living room enjoys wonderful levels of light and fantastic outlooks across the town and Castle provided by the large bay window to the front. The room is decorated in neutral tones, with fitted cream carpeting and attractive feature fireplace and surround. An adjoining door opens to bedroom two; a comfortable double with window to the front and finished in continuous décor. A further stair extends to the principal bedroom; exceptionally well proportioned with a good selection of in-built storage, ample space for freestanding furnishings and cottage style décor.
Mains, gas, electricity, water and drainage. Fully double glazed. A pleasant suntrap garden lies to the front, with a lovely outlook and low maintenance courtyard style seating area, with splashes of colour from pots and plants - and an unrivalled view of the Old Castle! A door to the side of the main entrance opens to the alley; providing shared side and rear access. All floor and wall coverings and integral appliances are included in the sale. Council Band B. Energy Efficiency Band E. To arrange a viewing or request a copy of the Home Report contact the selling agents, Hastings Property on 01750 72416 9-lines open until 10pm 7 days a week.