3 Bedroom house

Main Street, Tweedmouth, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland, TD15

Guide price £300,000

  • Type House
  • SQ. FT 2073

A beautifully presented and very spacious grade II listed Georgian house occupying a prominent position, with stunning views over the bridges to old Berwick. This handsome period property exudes character and charm and whilst tastefully refurbished and in turn key condition, has retained many original features throughout. Externally the property has a surprisingly large beautiful mature rear garden. A 3 minute walk to the town centre with its extensive range of amenities, including the mainline train station. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Reception hallway, open plan dining kitchen/sitting room, living room, snug, utility, cloakroom. First Floor: Landing, three double bedrooms, bathroom. Second Floor: Floored attic room. Outside: Walled garden to rear, summerhouse, shepherds hut. Distances: Berwick Railway Station 1.3 miles, Edinburgh 58 miles, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 62 miles (all distances are approximate). Description: 20/22 is a Grade II listed Georgian property which benefits from a large walled garden to the rear. The property offers well-proportioned accommodation over three floors with generous reception space, is presented in immaculate condition throughout, with stylish and elegant décor and offers and three good-sized bedrooms, one being a master en-suite. Bathroom. Ground Floor: A door opens into a welcoming hallway, where stairs lead up to the first floor. There is a useful under stairs storage area and further steps which lead down to the impressive, open plan kitchen and family area. The kitchen comprises a range of painted country style units with solid oak work surfaces over and offers ample storage and food preparation space. There is a recently installed cream electric three oven Aga, fired earth tiling above with space for free standing appliances and ample room for a large dining table. The sitting area, which is located off the kitchen, is a wonderful family space with a fireplace housing a multi fuel stove as the main focal point and from here, a door way gives access into a second reception room, which has the original front door and a dual aspect. From the kitchen, steps lead up to a snug; which has a door to the rear garden and to the utility room and cloakroom with fired earth tiling. There is a further door from the courtyard area to the front street. First Floor: Stairs rise from the reception hall to a landing where there are three generous double bedrooms. The biggest is to the front with a dual aspect and en-suite shower room. Views to the old town, old King Janes bridge and Guildhall Spire. There is another bedroom to the front with beautiful views of the river tweed and rowing club. A bedroom to the rear with lovely views over the rear garden. There is a family bathroom servicing the accommodation on this level which has been beautifully fitted, comprising a pedestal wash hand basin, W.C and free-standing roll top bath with shower over. Second Floor: Stairs rise from the first-floor landing to a large storage room of 28ft in length. The room is fully boarded and has electric, light, a small double glazed side window and radiator. Outside: The back doors opens out into a courtyard with area to store coal or logs, door to front street. A stone staircase leads up from the courtyard to a large walled, south facing garden with a lawn, mature trees and 30 types of old species roses, mature herb bushes and box hedge topiary balls. Landscapes with paths of Indian stone. All round winter colour from numerous mature plants. There is a useful new timber garden shed, a new purpose built wood store and a pretty summer house with wood burning stove, electricity and a shepherd's hut offering excellent overspill accommodation for guests. Rear door opening onto Yard Heads. EPC Exempt.

  • Type House
  • SQ. FT 2073

A beautifully presented and very spacious grade II listed Georgian house occupying a prominent position, with stunning views over the bridges to old Berwick. This handsome period property exudes character and charm and whilst tastefully refurbished and in turn key condition, has retained many original features throughout. Externally the property has a surprisingly large beautiful mature rear garden. A 3 minute walk to the town centre with its extensive range of amenities, including the mainline train station. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Reception hallway, open plan dining kitchen/sitting room, living room, snug, utility, cloakroom. First Floor: Landing, three double bedrooms, bathroom. Second Floor: Floored attic room. Outside: Walled garden to rear, summerhouse, shepherds hut. Distances: Berwick Railway Station 1.3 miles, Edinburgh 58 miles, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 62 miles (all distances are approximate). Description: 20/22 is a Grade II listed Georgian property which benefits from a large walled garden to the rear. The property offers well-proportioned accommodation over three floors with generous reception space, is presented in immaculate condition throughout, with stylish and elegant décor and offers and three good-sized bedrooms, one being a master en-suite. Bathroom. Ground Floor: A door opens into a welcoming hallway, where stairs lead up to the first floor. There is a useful under stairs storage area and further steps which lead down to the impressive, open plan kitchen and family area. The kitchen comprises a range of painted country style units with solid oak work surfaces over and offers ample storage and food preparation space. There is a recently installed cream electric three oven Aga, fired earth tiling above with space for free standing appliances and ample room for a large dining table. The sitting area, which is located off the kitchen, is a wonderful family space with a fireplace housing a multi fuel stove as the main focal point and from here, a door way gives access into a second reception room, which has the original front door and a dual aspect. From the kitchen, steps lead up to a snug; which has a door to the rear garden and to the utility room and cloakroom with fired earth tiling. There is a further door from the courtyard area to the front street. First Floor: Stairs rise from the reception hall to a landing where there are three generous double bedrooms. The biggest is to the front with a dual aspect and en-suite shower room. Views to the old town, old King Janes bridge and Guildhall Spire. There is another bedroom to the front with beautiful views of the river tweed and rowing club. A bedroom to the rear with lovely views over the rear garden. There is a family bathroom servicing the accommodation on this level which has been beautifully fitted, comprising a pedestal wash hand basin, W.C and free-standing roll top bath with shower over. Second Floor: Stairs rise from the first-floor landing to a large storage room of 28ft in length. The room is fully boarded and has electric, light, a small double glazed side window and radiator. Outside: The back doors opens out into a courtyard with area to store coal or logs, door to front street. A stone staircase leads up from the courtyard to a large walled, south facing garden with a lawn, mature trees and 30 types of old species roses, mature herb bushes and box hedge topiary balls. Landscapes with paths of Indian stone. All round winter colour from numerous mature plants. There is a useful new timber garden shed, a new purpose built wood store and a pretty summer house with wood burning stove, electricity and a shepherd's hut offering excellent overspill accommodation for guests. Rear door opening onto Yard Heads. EPC Exempt.

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