Jedburgh home with the Wow! factor

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Originally built as a detached bungalow in 1954, Windward, Jedburgh is an exceptional property that was later extended, and an upstairs conversion added.

It is built in a dress stone to the rear with a dry dash render to the front and has a pitched slate roof.

Situated in a secluded position opening on to Allerley Well Park, the property has spectacular panoramic views across the town, abbey and surrounding countryside. From the Carter Bar to Penielheugh monument, the view never fails to achieve the Wow! factor.

In spite of Windward’s stunning outlook, it is situated within easy walking distance of the town centre and all local amenities.

The property has been finished to a very high specification, with great attention to detail, and has been tastefully decorated in contemporary neutral tones and attractive natural wood finishes, quality fixtures and fittings, superior carpets and floor coverings.

Maintained to a superb standard, Windward provides flexible family accommodation with an abundance of storage space and offers desirable modern living with the highest level of comfort and convenience.

The property includes entrance vestibule, hallway, integrated office, lounge, kitchen/dining/family room, utility, five double bedrooms, family bathroom, shower room, cloak room, and large conservatory.

There is also a double garage, stable with tack room, landscaped garden, with a wrap-around decking area and a pleasant, sunny seating area off the conservatory, and 5.8acres of grazing and woodland.

Guide price: £425,000