3 Bedroom house

Etal Road, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, TD15

Guide price £140,000

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

CHARMING DETACHED PERIOD COTTAGE WITH ENCLOSED REAR GARDEN. A charming period detached cottage with a lovely enclosed rear garden offering three bedrooms, a bright kitchen-dining room and a spacious sitting room with log-burning stove. The cottage lies on the periphery of Tweedmouth on a good bus route with regular services into the town centre with its range of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. There are also three national supermarkets in Tweedmouth with two more in nearby Berwick-upon-Tweed. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Entrance hall, sitting room with log-burning stove, kitchen-dining room, three bedrooms, family bathroom. Outside: Fully enclosed private rear garden with side access, un-restriced on-street parking. Distances: Berwick Railway Station 1.3 miles, Edinburgh 58 miles, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 62 miles (all distances are approximate). The cottage is a period detached stone-built property which has recently benefitted with the fitting of a new boiler, new roof and full re-wiring. The property is fully double-glazed and has spacious and versatile accommodation over one floor and has a generous private fully-enclosed rear garden. The cottage retains plenty of character with a lovely fireplace and stove in the sitting room, original timber doors inside and a charming stable door leading into the back garden. The property is situated in Tweedmouth, an established residential area across the River Tweed from Berwick-upon-Tweed and occupies a pleasant position on the edge of the town. Historic Berwick-upon-Tweed is famous for its stunning architecture including the dramatic Elizabethan town walls, its river estuary and long sandy beaches. Popular with its resident and many tourists who visit the town throughout the year, there is a good range of amenities including five national supermarkets, good restaurants, cafés, hotels and pubs and a wide selection of boutiques and shops. The town also has a thriving cultural scene with art galleries, a theatre and cinema, museums, a film and media arts festival and food festival. For those looking for an active lifestyle there is a popular leisure centre with a swimming pool, gyms, a football and rugby club, speedway, many golf courses locally and plenty of water-based sports and activities both on the Tweed and on the coast. Berwick also has wonderful coastal and countryside walks on the door step with hiking, rambling and mountain biking being very popular. For schooling there are nursery, primary, middle and high schools that serve the town and private schooling is available at Longridge Towers which is nearby. For those looking to commute, travel and shop, the mainline railway station in the town offers regular services to Edinburgh, Newcastle and London; both Edinburgh and Newcastle are under an hour travel time and London is approximately three house and twenty minutes. There is also the A1 trunk road which bypasses the town and provides easy access both north and south respectively. Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve, Bamburgh Castle and the ancient Border towns of Coldstream, Kelso and Melrose are also within easy reach. Despite Berwick's proximity to both Edinburgh and Newcastle, the area has a low population and can therefore offer a quality of life that is becoming increasingly rare. EPC = E

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

CHARMING DETACHED PERIOD COTTAGE WITH ENCLOSED REAR GARDEN. A charming period detached cottage with a lovely enclosed rear garden offering three bedrooms, a bright kitchen-dining room and a spacious sitting room with log-burning stove. The cottage lies on the periphery of Tweedmouth on a good bus route with regular services into the town centre with its range of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. There are also three national supermarkets in Tweedmouth with two more in nearby Berwick-upon-Tweed. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Entrance hall, sitting room with log-burning stove, kitchen-dining room, three bedrooms, family bathroom. Outside: Fully enclosed private rear garden with side access, un-restriced on-street parking. Distances: Berwick Railway Station 1.3 miles, Edinburgh 58 miles, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 62 miles (all distances are approximate). The cottage is a period detached stone-built property which has recently benefitted with the fitting of a new boiler, new roof and full re-wiring. The property is fully double-glazed and has spacious and versatile accommodation over one floor and has a generous private fully-enclosed rear garden. The cottage retains plenty of character with a lovely fireplace and stove in the sitting room, original timber doors inside and a charming stable door leading into the back garden. The property is situated in Tweedmouth, an established residential area across the River Tweed from Berwick-upon-Tweed and occupies a pleasant position on the edge of the town. Historic Berwick-upon-Tweed is famous for its stunning architecture including the dramatic Elizabethan town walls, its river estuary and long sandy beaches. Popular with its resident and many tourists who visit the town throughout the year, there is a good range of amenities including five national supermarkets, good restaurants, cafés, hotels and pubs and a wide selection of boutiques and shops. The town also has a thriving cultural scene with art galleries, a theatre and cinema, museums, a film and media arts festival and food festival. For those looking for an active lifestyle there is a popular leisure centre with a swimming pool, gyms, a football and rugby club, speedway, many golf courses locally and plenty of water-based sports and activities both on the Tweed and on the coast. Berwick also has wonderful coastal and countryside walks on the door step with hiking, rambling and mountain biking being very popular. For schooling there are nursery, primary, middle and high schools that serve the town and private schooling is available at Longridge Towers which is nearby. For those looking to commute, travel and shop, the mainline railway station in the town offers regular services to Edinburgh, Newcastle and London; both Edinburgh and Newcastle are under an hour travel time and London is approximately three house and twenty minutes. There is also the A1 trunk road which bypasses the town and provides easy access both north and south respectively. Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve, Bamburgh Castle and the ancient Border towns of Coldstream, Kelso and Melrose are also within easy reach. Despite Berwick's proximity to both Edinburgh and Newcastle, the area has a low population and can therefore offer a quality of life that is becoming increasingly rare. EPC = E

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