Pleasants Old School is a stunning character conversion, surrounded by rolling countryside and positioned just past Jedburgh near the picturesque village of Oxnam. The property has been thoughtfully designed to retain a host of charming original features, as well as offering the ideal space for modern living. The main reception room is...
Pleasants Old School is a stunning character conversion, surrounded by rolling countryside and positioned just past Jedburgh near the picturesque village of Oxnam. The property has been thoughtfully designed to retain a host of charming original features, as well as offering the ideal space for modern living. The main reception room is exceptionally spacious with great ceiling height and windows to three sides, with the kitchen also enjoying generous proportions and natural light, with outlooks to the landscaped garden and fields beyond. The three bedrooms are positioned at first floor mezzanine level, each with separate staircase to access, offering a flexible living space ideal for guest accommodation.
Oxnam is an attractive Borders village approximately 10 miles from Kelso and 4 miles from the market town of Jedburgh. Jedburgh is known as the 'Jewel of the Borders' and has much to offer in scenic beauty and historic interest. It has a good variety of shops as well as a swimming pool, fitness centre, primary and secondary schools. The A68 gives ready access to Edinburgh, Newcastle and Carlisle as well as other Border towns. From Jedburgh on the A68 take a left at the swimming pool onto Oxnam Road. Continue uphill for approximately three miles and as you travel down to Pleasants Farm with the Old School on the right with parking in front.
The original school door opens to a generous vestibule, with character floor tiles and solid timber door opening to the living room; this enviable reception room is exceptionally spacious, extenuated by the wonderful ceiling height and complete with original wood flooring, astragal windows to three sides and wood burning stove creating a comfortable space, allowing adaptable room for freestanding furnishings and with two staircases to bedroom one and two. An adjoining door opens to the dining kitchen; fully fitted in country style with solid wood base and wall units, AGA, Belfast sink and an island breakfasting bar. The original blackboard remains, with a third stair extending to bedroom three. All three bedrooms are well appointed doubles with fitted carpet, velux windows and good head height. The bathroom opens form the ground floor vestibule and is fully fitted with panelled bath, walk-in shower with pressure shower, W/C and washhand basin, with modesty window to the front and attractive tiling.
The outdoor space is perfectly proportioned to the accommodation, and enjoys a great deal of privacy, backing onto neighbouring fields used for grazing. The garden is fully enclosed by stone walling; making it very child and pet friendly. Iron gates open to a parking bay for two vehicles, with detached single garage and workshop, original stone outhouses, and extending to the patio, lawn, planted borders and gravelled pathways.
Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage. Solar panels.
All carpets blinds and fitted appliances as viewed included in the price.
Council Tax Band D.
Energy Efficiency Band F.
Viewings and Home Report available on request from the selling agents on 01750 724 160-lines open until 10pm, 7 days a week.
Offers are invited and should be submitted to the Selling Agents, Hastings Legal, 28 The Square, Kelso, TD5 7HH, 01573 225999, Fax 01573 229888. The seller reserves the right to sell at any time and interested parties are advised to notify the Selling Agents if they intend to offer. Any party offering will be expected to disclose details of the source of finance or other funds to the selling agents and the seller reserves the right to recommence viewings if missives are not concluded after a period 14 days from the date of any offer agreed in principle.
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