Pirnie Oaks Plot
The plot has a tremendous rural location and enjoys fine outlooks - particularly to the north.
Oxnam Neuk is a small group of houses which lie to the west of, and above, the pretty small village of Oxnam. The village lies in the foothills of the Cheviots and its name is understood to mean village where ox are bred. The village has a hall and church and enjoys a good community spirit.
There is a useful range of shops, sporting and recreational facilities in nearby Jedburgh, which also has primary and secondary schools and straddles the A68 linking Edinburgh with the northeast of England. The Waverly Rail Link between the Scottish Borders and Edinburgh terminates at Tweedbank/Galashiels which is approximately 20 miles away.
From Jedburgh turn off the A68 at the Waterside Fitness Centre and head up hill on Oxnam Road passing the Mainetti Factory before leaving the town. Continue to Oxnam and turn right when you reach the village green. Pirnie Oaks lies at the top of this minor road on your right.
This is an attractive plot which currently forms part of the garden with Pirnie Oaks and from which there are some tremendous outlooks - particularly to the north.
The plot extends to approximately 653 sq.m/0.16 acres and is relatively level.
There is planning permission in principle for a single dwelling on the plot and the planning reference is 16/01024/PPP. The planning permission is dated 13th January 2017.
Mains electricity, water and drainage are all understood to be available nearby. It will be the purchasers responsibility to take these to the plot.