2 Bedroom house

Kyloe View, Lowick, Northumberland, TD15

Offers over £120,000

  • Type House

VILLAGE HOME WITH SEA AND COUNTRY VIEWS. A charming two-bedroomed home positioned on the edge of the pretty village of Lowick and affording wonderful sea and countryside views. The house has spacious and well-laid out accommodation over two floors and has a delightful private rear garden. Accommodation Comprises: Ground Floor: Hall, Sitting Room, Kitchen-Dining Room. First Floor: Landing, Two Double Bedrooms, Bathroom. Outside: Private Enclosed Private Rear Garden, Off-Street Shared Parking Area. With fine views over the Kyloe Hills and the sea in the distance, this bright and spacious house is situated in a peaceful setting on the edge of the village with all the amenities the village has to offer within easy walking distance. 3 Kyloe View is situated on the eastern edge of the popular village of Lowick with splendid views over the surrounding countryside, the Kyloe Hills and the coast. Lowick is ten miles due south of Berwick upon Tweed and lies in one of the genuinely rural parts of Great Britain; despite its close proximity to both Edinburgh and Newcastle. The area has a low population density and therefore offers a quality of life that is becoming increasingly rare. Lowick is a friendly village, with a thriving community spirit. The village offers a first-rate village shop, a garage/hardware store, a first school and two public houses. The recently extensively refurbished Black Bull Inn is within a short walk of the house. A Post Office van visits the village frequently and a mobile library and a fish and chip van also visit the village. The village hall has recently been completely refurbished and is extensively used by many local groups. Berwick-upon-Tweed, which is within a short drive of the village, has a good range of services and retailers and a number of hotels, restaurants, pubs and a wine bar. There is the popular Maltings Theatre and Cinema, as well as a regular market, a number of galleries and arts and crafts shops. Schooling is well catered for locally, with primary and secondary schooling available in the town as well as private schooling from age 3 to 18 at Longridge Towers School (www.lts.org.uk). Transport links are excellent, with the A1 trunk road only 4 miles away and the mainline railway station at Berwick-upon-Tweed providing a fast link to London Kings Cross (3h 39mins), Edinburgh (43 mins), Newcastle (45 mins) and Leeds (2h 19 mins). Edinburgh and Newcastle airports have regular flights to London and a variety of domestic and international destinations. The area provides a good variety of recreational activities from events and gardens just across the border at Paxton House, to excellent opportunities for the country sports' enthusiast. There is salmon fishing on the River Tweed, trout fishing in various local lakes and rivers, with pheasant and grouse shooting on local estates. There are several good golf courses in easy reach, including Goswick and Bamburgh Golf Clubs plus the championship Roxburgh course near Kelso. Holy Island and Alnwick Castle and Garden are further attractions within easy reach. Northumberland is also home to Europe's largest Dark Sky Park, extending to some 572 square miles. Northumberland features many ancient castles and boasts a dramatic coastline and stunning beaches. Satellite Navigation: For the benefit of those with satellite navigation the property's postcode is TD15 2UE. Services: • Solid fuel central heating. • Mains water, electricity and drainage. • Electricity supply includes overnight Economy 7 rates to partial storage radiator heating. • All mains services are available including broadband.

  • Type House

VILLAGE HOME WITH SEA AND COUNTRY VIEWS. A charming two-bedroomed home positioned on the edge of the pretty village of Lowick and affording wonderful sea and countryside views. The house has spacious and well-laid out accommodation over two floors and has a delightful private rear garden. Accommodation Comprises: Ground Floor: Hall, Sitting Room, Kitchen-Dining Room. First Floor: Landing, Two Double Bedrooms, Bathroom. Outside: Private Enclosed Private Rear Garden, Off-Street Shared Parking Area. With fine views over the Kyloe Hills and the sea in the distance, this bright and spacious house is situated in a peaceful setting on the edge of the village with all the amenities the village has to offer within easy walking distance. 3 Kyloe View is situated on the eastern edge of the popular village of Lowick with splendid views over the surrounding countryside, the Kyloe Hills and the coast. Lowick is ten miles due south of Berwick upon Tweed and lies in one of the genuinely rural parts of Great Britain; despite its close proximity to both Edinburgh and Newcastle. The area has a low population density and therefore offers a quality of life that is becoming increasingly rare. Lowick is a friendly village, with a thriving community spirit. The village offers a first-rate village shop, a garage/hardware store, a first school and two public houses. The recently extensively refurbished Black Bull Inn is within a short walk of the house. A Post Office van visits the village frequently and a mobile library and a fish and chip van also visit the village. The village hall has recently been completely refurbished and is extensively used by many local groups. Berwick-upon-Tweed, which is within a short drive of the village, has a good range of services and retailers and a number of hotels, restaurants, pubs and a wine bar. There is the popular Maltings Theatre and Cinema, as well as a regular market, a number of galleries and arts and crafts shops. Schooling is well catered for locally, with primary and secondary schooling available in the town as well as private schooling from age 3 to 18 at Longridge Towers School (www.lts.org.uk). Transport links are excellent, with the A1 trunk road only 4 miles away and the mainline railway station at Berwick-upon-Tweed providing a fast link to London Kings Cross (3h 39mins), Edinburgh (43 mins), Newcastle (45 mins) and Leeds (2h 19 mins). Edinburgh and Newcastle airports have regular flights to London and a variety of domestic and international destinations. The area provides a good variety of recreational activities from events and gardens just across the border at Paxton House, to excellent opportunities for the country sports' enthusiast. There is salmon fishing on the River Tweed, trout fishing in various local lakes and rivers, with pheasant and grouse shooting on local estates. There are several good golf courses in easy reach, including Goswick and Bamburgh Golf Clubs plus the championship Roxburgh course near Kelso. Holy Island and Alnwick Castle and Garden are further attractions within easy reach. Northumberland is also home to Europe's largest Dark Sky Park, extending to some 572 square miles. Northumberland features many ancient castles and boasts a dramatic coastline and stunning beaches. Satellite Navigation: For the benefit of those with satellite navigation the property's postcode is TD15 2UE. Services: • Solid fuel central heating. • Mains water, electricity and drainage. • Electricity supply includes overnight Economy 7 rates to partial storage radiator heating. • All mains services are available including broadband.

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