3 Bedroom house

Eyemouth Road, Coldingham, Berwickshire, TD14

Guide price £300,000

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

OPEN HOUSE - SATURDAY 29TH JUNE 10AM - 12NOON AND SUNDAY 30TH JUNE 11AM - 3PM A charming double-fronted detached Georgian stone cottage situated in the heart of this most desirable coastal village with lovely views of the historic Priory. Positioned on a generous plot with extensive gardens and off-street parking, this attractive period family home offers spacious and beautifully presented accommodation over two floors with elegant décor throughout. The property would make an ideal family home or fabulous holiday home or let. Coldingham offers a wonderful sandy beach and coastal walks and has a village shop, two public houses, a butchers and excellent primary and secondary schooling. The village also has easy access to the A1 and a mainline railway station in nearby Berwick-upon-Tweed with regular services to Edinburgh, Newcastle and London. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Entrance Vestibule, Drawing Room, Sitting Room, Kitchen-Dining room, Pantry, Rear Hall, Cloakroom. First Floor: Landing, Master Bedroom with En-Suite, Two Further Double Bedrooms (one with adjoining WC and Hand Basin), Family Bathroom. Outside: Large Private Driveway, Ample Off-Street Parking, Landscaped Gardens and Grounds, Two Stone Outbuildings. Melville Cottage was built at the beginning of the nineteenth century, towards the end of the Georgian era and is a handsome stone-built double fronted detached property under a slate roof. Internally the cottage is beautifully presented with elegant neutral décor throughout and still retains many period features which include open fireplaces, original timber doors and ironmongery and high ceilings. Externally a large sweeping drive provides ample off-street parking and garden offers a selection of areas in which to relax and entertain, including a raised area with views over the babbling burn and Coldingham Priory. There are two stone outbuildings and plenty of scope to erect further outbuildings or a garage, subject to planning. Melville Cottage is positioned in the heart of the historic coastal village of Coldingham, famous for its wonderful sandy bay, colourful beach huts and walking trails along the rugged coastline. The village is very popular with residents and visitors alike and has plenty of amenities including two public houses, a village shop with post office, a doctor's surgery, an active village hall, a primary school, catchment to an excellent secondary school, a general store and a good local butcher. Coldingham Bay and nearby St Abbs, which are within a fifteen-minute walk away, are renowned for their beautiful sandy beaches and dramatic coastal walks, and the area has been designated AONB (Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty). Further down the coast road towards Berwick upon Tweed is the pretty working harbour town of Eyemouth which offers further amenities including a range of local shops, supermarket, professional services, public houses, restaurants and banks. Eyemouth has schooling for all ages including the well-respected Eyemouth High School. The town offers a good selection of sports clubs, a sandy beach and Eyemouth Golf Club is also very well regarded. A lot of the industry in Eyemouth is based around the working harbour with its fishing fleet, this in turn offers the town a charm and character not found anywhere else. A short drive away is Berwick-upon-Tweed, famous for its historic Elizabethan walls and stunning period architecture. Berwick has a wider selection of amenities and is well serviced with local and national shops, five supermarkets and schooling for all ages including a private school at Longridge Towers. Berwick also has a selection of leisure and sports clubs, banks, public houses, restaurants, galleries and The Maltings Theatre and cinema which offers shows, films, musicals and opera. The property is well positioned with access onto the A1.

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

OPEN HOUSE - SATURDAY 29TH JUNE 10AM - 12NOON AND SUNDAY 30TH JUNE 11AM - 3PM A charming double-fronted detached Georgian stone cottage situated in the heart of this most desirable coastal village with lovely views of the historic Priory. Positioned on a generous plot with extensive gardens and off-street parking, this attractive period family home offers spacious and beautifully presented accommodation over two floors with elegant décor throughout. The property would make an ideal family home or fabulous holiday home or let. Coldingham offers a wonderful sandy beach and coastal walks and has a village shop, two public houses, a butchers and excellent primary and secondary schooling. The village also has easy access to the A1 and a mainline railway station in nearby Berwick-upon-Tweed with regular services to Edinburgh, Newcastle and London. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Entrance Vestibule, Drawing Room, Sitting Room, Kitchen-Dining room, Pantry, Rear Hall, Cloakroom. First Floor: Landing, Master Bedroom with En-Suite, Two Further Double Bedrooms (one with adjoining WC and Hand Basin), Family Bathroom. Outside: Large Private Driveway, Ample Off-Street Parking, Landscaped Gardens and Grounds, Two Stone Outbuildings. Melville Cottage was built at the beginning of the nineteenth century, towards the end of the Georgian era and is a handsome stone-built double fronted detached property under a slate roof. Internally the cottage is beautifully presented with elegant neutral décor throughout and still retains many period features which include open fireplaces, original timber doors and ironmongery and high ceilings. Externally a large sweeping drive provides ample off-street parking and garden offers a selection of areas in which to relax and entertain, including a raised area with views over the babbling burn and Coldingham Priory. There are two stone outbuildings and plenty of scope to erect further outbuildings or a garage, subject to planning. Melville Cottage is positioned in the heart of the historic coastal village of Coldingham, famous for its wonderful sandy bay, colourful beach huts and walking trails along the rugged coastline. The village is very popular with residents and visitors alike and has plenty of amenities including two public houses, a village shop with post office, a doctor's surgery, an active village hall, a primary school, catchment to an excellent secondary school, a general store and a good local butcher. Coldingham Bay and nearby St Abbs, which are within a fifteen-minute walk away, are renowned for their beautiful sandy beaches and dramatic coastal walks, and the area has been designated AONB (Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty). Further down the coast road towards Berwick upon Tweed is the pretty working harbour town of Eyemouth which offers further amenities including a range of local shops, supermarket, professional services, public houses, restaurants and banks. Eyemouth has schooling for all ages including the well-respected Eyemouth High School. The town offers a good selection of sports clubs, a sandy beach and Eyemouth Golf Club is also very well regarded. A lot of the industry in Eyemouth is based around the working harbour with its fishing fleet, this in turn offers the town a charm and character not found anywhere else. A short drive away is Berwick-upon-Tweed, famous for its historic Elizabethan walls and stunning period architecture. Berwick has a wider selection of amenities and is well serviced with local and national shops, five supermarkets and schooling for all ages including a private school at Longridge Towers. Berwick also has a selection of leisure and sports clubs, banks, public houses, restaurants, galleries and The Maltings Theatre and cinema which offers shows, films, musicals and opera. The property is well positioned with access onto the A1.

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