A UNIQUE 1970s property could make a "fantastic family home" for those looking to settle down in the Borders.

The recently renovated house at 9 Athol Court in Jedburgh immediately catches the eye with a mono pitch roof.

The three-bedroom end of terrace home has also had a loft extension adding an extra room.

Property agent Cullen Kilshaw are accepting offers on the property in the region of £140,000.

A Cullen Kilshaw spokesperson said: "Recently having undergone an extensive renovation and a loft extension, 9 Athol Court, Jedburgh presents a rare opportunity to the buyer to obtain a unique, three-bedroom end terraced house in this rarely available residential cul-de-sac.

"Brought to the market in move-in, excellent condition, the home enjoys deceptively spacious living accommodation as well as three generously proportioned double bedrooms – perfect for those looking for a long-term family home."

Inside, the property has two spacious double bedrooms on the ground floor, a dining room, living room – which leads to the back garden – as well proportioned kitchen and bathroom on the first floor, and in the loft conversion is a third bedroom.

The spokesperson added: "Externally, 9 Athol Court boasts plentiful garden grounds that comprise of a mix of both soft and hard landscaping as well as a private outlook and the benefit of being completely enclosed – ideal for those with a knack for entertaining or those that particularly value their privacy.

"Built in approximately 1970 and extending to an impressive 109sqm, viewings are considered essential to fully appreciate."

For more information or to book a viewing of 9 Athol Court, visit the ESPC website.