A Scottish Borders farm with a four-bedroom country house and two-bedroom cottage on 137.7ac has been brought to the market by GSC Grays.

Grey Peel farm sits in an elevated and private position just south of the historic Royal Burgh of Jedburgh and close to the Cheviot Hills.

GSC Grays is seeking offers over £1,900,000 for the site.

The land nestles between two glens with the Grey Peel Burn running along the north boundary and the Black Burn running along the southern boundary.

GSC Grays farm and country house agent, James Denne, said: “Grey Peel is a delightfully secluded Scottish Borders farm with a superb main house, farm cottage and fabulous views to the English Border.

“Set within the stunning and diverse countryside of the Borders, Grey Peel offers a wonderful lifestyle property.”


GSC Grays said Grey Peel has a good range of modern farm buildings ideal for livestock and storage, while the land holding includes 79.37 acres pasture, 13.64 acres rough grazing and 39.21 acres mixed, amenity woodland and glens.

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“The fields are well fenced and all have access to water,” the property consultancy said.

“The farm is in-hand and provides good quality grazing and grass crops for conservation. In recent years Grey Peel has been successful in producing high-quality pedigree Texel sheep stock.

“Farming needs are well supported in the area with numerous agricultural suppliers, grain merchants, contractors, and engineers. Livestock markets are held regularly at Newtown St Boswells, Wooler, Longtown and Hexham.”

Grey Peel

The large country house, approached by a private Beech-lined tarmac drive, has been restored and rebuilt by the present owners who have resided in the property since 2002.

It includes a ground source heating system with underfloor heating for the ground floor and radiators upstairs.

The main house has five principal reception rooms and five bathrooms and has period features including stone staircases, original antique oak doors and fireplaces.

The drawing room has a barrel-vaulted ceiling and the large dining hall has an antique door which leads to the formal gardens including Italian and kitchen gardens and a potting shed/summer house.