Woodend Steading, Jedburgh

Formerly a dilapidated complex of stone built agricultural buildings in a rural setting a mile to the north of Jedburgh, our client saw the potential for conversion into a highly desirable modern home. In addition to the conversion there was sufficient site area to allow for another new build detached house.

The retained sections of the steading were repaired and wall heads raised using red sandstone salvaged from the partial demolitions. The distinctive scissor roof trusses exposed in the first floor kitchen, dining and lounge areas were made from locally sourced Douglas Fir, with the same materials being used for facings and skirtings and for the new staircases. Heating is by means of ground source heat pumps utilising two 77m deep bore holes.

The completed house featured in a Scotland on Sunday “Open House” article.


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