Ashieburn Farm is a delightful five bedroom farmhouse dating from the early 1800s with fantastic potential for extension if desired. The property is a charming period house with generously proportioned rooms, some of which have working fireplaces. The house also has a lovely timber staircase which leads to the first floor where the family bedrooms are located.
The property comprises entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, en suite master bedroom and four further bedrooms one of which is located in the attic.
Outside the house benefits from a fabulous garden which has an abundance of pretty flowers, roses, and small shrubs and trees and is mainly laid to lawn. The farm is currently accessed from a driveway which sweep round to the side and the front of the house and the total land amounts to around 24 acres, which is mostly grazing, and some of which fronts the Ale Water on which the current owner has fishing rights.
There is also a U-shaped outbuilding called The Steading which has planning permission to form one dwelling house and there is also detailed planning permission for the erection of two four-bed dwelling houses with garages.
The house is situated in Ancrum in the Scottish Borders, a picturesque rural village with a pub, church, shop with post office and an excellent public transport system. The larger towns of Jedburgh and St Boswells are nearby and there is a wide range of country pursuits and good schooling available in the area.
The guide price is £750,000. For further information please contact Rettie & Co on 01896 824072 or visit www.rettie.co.uk.