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Originally a Border pele tower, where locals would gather when under attack, the property has many original features, such as thick stone walls, a crow step gable and the old entrance in the snug.
Offers over pounds 325,000 are invited for Jedwater House at Jedburgh in Roxburghshire, a 19th century house with frontage to the Jed water, 180 yards of fishing, gardens of 4.5 acres and traditional Scottish architecture - including crow step gables and a perfect little turret feature with conical roof.
Built in the early 1840s by Thomas Barnes it has a wealth of decorative features including chimney stacks and crow steps gables.