3 Bedroom house

Market Square, Coldstream, Berwickshire, TD12

Guide price £225,000

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

Rosyburn Cottage is a pretty three-bedroomed cottage set in a particularly attractive part of the Scottish Borders market town of Coldstream. The property offers practical, well decorated accommodation over one principle level, the property has stunning views over Leet Water and beyond to Flodden Fields and attractive south facing garden grounds with patio and summer house. Accommodation Comprises: Ground Floor: Reception Hallway, Kitchen, Dining Room, Family Sitting Room, Two Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Double Bedroom 3 with En-suite Shower Room. Garden Level: Large Workshop/Utility Room. Outside: Garden Grounds, Summer House, Off Street Parking. The property is set off Market Square, down a private driveway to a parking area that is situated at front of the cottage. Coldstream is a friendly town, residents and tourist alike enjoy the wonderful way of life the town offers due to the stunning local scenery, the wide range of nearby activities and historic interests. Coldstream has a thriving High Street and offers an excellent array of local amenities which include a local supermarket and shops, restaurants and take-aways, public houses, banks and schooling for all ages. The region is well known for its outdoor activities which include walks along the River Tweed and Cheviot Hills, cycling, shooting and fishing. There are a number of challenging local golf courses nearby which include the Hirsel in Coldstream, The Roxburghe Hotel and Golf Course just outside Kelso and Goswick. Within a short drive is the particularly stunning coastline of Northumberland with miles of deserted sandy beaches and historic castles to explore. The pretty village of Cornhill-on-Tweed lies within a short drive, walk or cycle of Coldstream, on the edge of north Northumberland and has an excellent local shop/café, famed for its homemade produce, a beautiful church and a particularly good hotel/bistro and bar which serves food all day. Berwick-upon-Tweed is the region's largest market town. This fortified town with its Elizabethan walls offers further amenities including private schooling at Longridge Towers, a number of national supermarkets, a hospital and a Homebase DIY store. Berwick also benefits from a mainline railway station which connects to London in under four hours and the A1 trunk road. Distances: Kelso 9 miles, Berwick Railway Station 16 miles, Edinburgh 49 miles (all distances are approximate). EPC: Band E

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

Rosyburn Cottage is a pretty three-bedroomed cottage set in a particularly attractive part of the Scottish Borders market town of Coldstream. The property offers practical, well decorated accommodation over one principle level, the property has stunning views over Leet Water and beyond to Flodden Fields and attractive south facing garden grounds with patio and summer house. Accommodation Comprises: Ground Floor: Reception Hallway, Kitchen, Dining Room, Family Sitting Room, Two Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Double Bedroom 3 with En-suite Shower Room. Garden Level: Large Workshop/Utility Room. Outside: Garden Grounds, Summer House, Off Street Parking. The property is set off Market Square, down a private driveway to a parking area that is situated at front of the cottage. Coldstream is a friendly town, residents and tourist alike enjoy the wonderful way of life the town offers due to the stunning local scenery, the wide range of nearby activities and historic interests. Coldstream has a thriving High Street and offers an excellent array of local amenities which include a local supermarket and shops, restaurants and take-aways, public houses, banks and schooling for all ages. The region is well known for its outdoor activities which include walks along the River Tweed and Cheviot Hills, cycling, shooting and fishing. There are a number of challenging local golf courses nearby which include the Hirsel in Coldstream, The Roxburghe Hotel and Golf Course just outside Kelso and Goswick. Within a short drive is the particularly stunning coastline of Northumberland with miles of deserted sandy beaches and historic castles to explore. The pretty village of Cornhill-on-Tweed lies within a short drive, walk or cycle of Coldstream, on the edge of north Northumberland and has an excellent local shop/café, famed for its homemade produce, a beautiful church and a particularly good hotel/bistro and bar which serves food all day. Berwick-upon-Tweed is the region's largest market town. This fortified town with its Elizabethan walls offers further amenities including private schooling at Longridge Towers, a number of national supermarkets, a hospital and a Homebase DIY store. Berwick also benefits from a mainline railway station which connects to London in under four hours and the A1 trunk road. Distances: Kelso 9 miles, Berwick Railway Station 16 miles, Edinburgh 49 miles (all distances are approximate). EPC: Band E

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