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New Homes in Jedburgh 

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  • Yew Gardens

    Yew Gardens

    Limeylands Road, Ormiston, EH35 5JF
    • 4 bedroom
    • From £365,995
  • St Clements Brae

    St Clements Brae

    Auburn Locks, Wallyford, EH21 8FE
    • 3 bedroom
  • Pentland View

    Pentland View

    Charles Wilson Avenue, Bilston, EH25 9SW
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £394,995 to £429,995
  • St Clements View

    St Clements View

    Auburn Locks, Wallyford, EH21 8FE
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £279,995 to £382,995
  • Barratt @ St Clements Wells

    Barratt @ St Clements Wells

    Auburn Locks, Wallyford, EH21 8FE
    • 3 bedroom
    • £296,995 to £315,995
  • Gilmerton Heights

    Gilmerton Heights

    Bannerman Cruick, Edinburgh, EH17 8SH
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £335,995 to £406,995
  • Lime Grove

    Lime Grove

    Eliza Wigham Bow, Edinburgh, EH17 8WX
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £335,995 to £446,995
  • The Strand @ Portobello

    The Strand @ Portobello

    Fishwives Causeway, Portobello, EH15 1DF
    • 2 bedroom
    • £211,196 to £283,995
  • Blossom Park

    Blossom Park

    Hebron Avenue, Pegswood, NE61 6RJ
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £269,995 to £294,995
  • South Fields

    South Fields

    Stobhill, Morpeth, NE61 2ZF
    • 3, 4 and 5 bedroom
    • £314,995 to £499,995
  • Merchant Quay

    Merchant Quay

    Salamander Street, Leith, EH6 7HR
    • 2 bedroom
    • £211,996 to £212,796
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    Heron Bank

    Heron Bank

    South Fort Street, Leith, EH6 4DL
    • Coming soon
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    Barratt @ West Craigs

    Barratt @ West Craigs

    Craigs Road, Edinburgh, EH12 0BB
    • Coming soon
  • Meadow Hill

    Meadow Hill

    Meadow Hill, Throckley, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE15 9DD
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £229,995 to £362,995
  • Harwood Park

    Harwood Park

    Limefields, Livingston, EH55 8QN
    • 4 bedroom
    • £357,995 to £381,995
  • West Meadows @ Arcot Estate

    West Meadows @ Arcot Estate

    Beacon Lane, Cramlington, NE23 8AZ
    • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £129,995 to £374,995
  • Caisteal Gardens

    Caisteal Gardens

    Seton Crescent, Winchburgh, EH52 6FQ
    • 4 bedroom
    • £344,995 to £396,995
  • Church Fields

    Church Fields

    St Michaels Avenue, New Hartley, NE25 0RP
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £124,995 to £374,995
  • Kingslaw Gait

    Kingslaw Gait

    Boreland Avenue, Kirkcaldy, KY1 2DF
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £312,995 to £347,995
  • Coming soon
    Sycamore Grove

    Sycamore Grove

    Benfield Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 4QD
    • Coming soon
  • Bedewell Court

    Bedewell Court

    Adair Way, Hebburn, NE31 2BS
    • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £107,495 to £314,995
  • Barratt @ Torrance Park

    Barratt @ Torrance Park

    Carmuirs Drive, Holytown, Motherwell, ML1 5WU
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £209,995 to £345,995
  • Calder Gardens

    Calder Gardens

    Carnbroe Road, Coatbridge, ML5 4UF
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £248,995 to £330,995

Make the Move

Jedburgh is a Scottish market town in Roxburghshire, just 10 miles from the English border. With a population of around 4,000, it’s a historic town known for the ruins of Jedburgh Abbey; a 12th century Augustinian abbey.

Located on the A68 between Newcastle and Edinburgh, new houses in Jedburgh are popular for their convenient location close to two major cities, alongside the town’s history and lovely countryside.

Transport links

Jedburgh has no railway station, but road links are good running north and south along the A68. A car journey from Jedburgh to Edinburgh takes an hour and 5 minutes, while Newcastle can be reached in one hour and 10 minutes and Carlisle in an hour and 15 minutes.

The closest international airports can be found in Edinburgh (one hour and seven minutes) and Newcastle (one hours and three minutes).

Places of interest

Jedburgh Abbey is the town’s biggest visitor attraction. Now looked after by Historic Scotland, the 12th century ruins feature carved stones and the carved ivory of Jedburgh Comb.

The town’s history is also linked to Mary Queen of Scots, who visited Jedburgh in 1566. Mary Queen of Scots House is a museum that was opened on the 400th anniversary of her death, and includes paintings, textiles and objects relating to her life and death.

Jedburgh Castle and Jail Museum showcases the history of the town and jail, which is one of the only remaining examples of a Howard Reform jail in Scotland. The Waterloo Monument is a 150 foot, 19th century tower built to commemorate the Battle of Waterloo. It stands on a hill between Ancrum and Nisbet.

Jedburgh has more to offer than historic attractions. The Jedburgh Running Festival includes a half marathon, 10k road race and a 38 mile ultramarathon. The town is also home to Jed-Forest, one of Scotland’s oldest rugby union teams founded in 1885. They play at Riverside Park.

Jedburgh Library is one of the earliest Carnegie Libraries, designed in a Scottish Renaissance style. It is a Grade B listed building.

The town is also close to St Abb’s Head National Nature Reserve and Whitelaw Mosses National Nature Reserve. Closer to Jedburgh itself, The Capon Tree is estimated to be around 1,000 years old, and is one of the final surviving trees of the ancient Jed Forest.

Educational facilities

While Jedburgh is a small town, it is within reach of universities in both Edinburgh and Newcastle, offering first-rate higher education within commuting distance.