* A unique opportunity to purchase a well-presented restaurant together with residential accommodation. * Three storey Grade B Listed Georgian town house. * Set in the picturesque and idyllic town of Jedburgh. * May sell separately depending on terms.
Early viewing is highly recommended, by appointment with Selling Agent.
DINING ROOM 4.4m x 4.6m
KITCHEN 3.3m x 2.8m
LARDER/STORE ROOM 3.5 m x 1.8m at widest point
LOUNGE 4.3m x 4.8m
STUDY 3.7m x 2.2m
DINING KITCHEN 3.78m x 3.8m
SHOWER ROOM 2m x 3.8m
BEDROOM ONE 4.4m x 4.8m
BATHROOM 3.7m x 2.2m
BEDROOM 2 2.4M X 3.7M
Offers Around £150,000
A unique opportunity to purchase a well-presented restaurant together with residential accommodation set in the picturesque and idyllic town of Jedburgh. May sell separately depending on terms.
The market town of Jedburgh is steeped in history making it a popular destination for tourists with attractions such as the Abbey, the Castle with its jail and Mary Queen of Scot's house. Jedburgh, like many other Scottish Border towns.
The surrounding area provides a stunning backdrop for the sporting opportunities offered such as walking, shooting, horse riding, fishing, golfing and numerous stately homes to visit.
There are good commuting links to the north and south via the A68 and A7 trunk roads which provide fast access to Edinburgh, Carlisle and Newcastle. The nearest mainline railway station is at Tweedbank (14 miles), and Carlisle train station (54 miles). Edinburgh and Newcastle have airports, with both domestic and international flights.
The restaurant, which was formerly run as a successful restaurant, known as The Nightjar, is located in the centre of town close to the historic Abbey and Castle
in an ideal position both for locals and tourists. Access to the restaurant is from Abbey Close, the front door opens directly in to the restaurant.
The accommodation, which was once run as a successful Bed and Breakfast, is set over two floors, has two double bedrooms plus study/nursery and is fitted with gas central heating.