3 Bedroom apartment

Greenside Avenue, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, TD15

Guide price £170,000

  • Type Apartment
  • Style/Floor First floor

ELEGANT REGENCY ERA HOME ON TOWN WALLS WITH PARKING AND GARDEN. Superbly situated on the historic town walls, this is a rare opportunity to acquire an elegant period apartment with private main door entrance in a most sought-after and peaceful position with fine views over Berwick-upon-Tweed. The property exudes character and charm with wonderful original features including sash and casement windows, fireplaces, coving and timber panelling. This handsome apartment benefits from spacious accommodation, three double bedrooms, a shared garden and is the within a short walk to the town centre and to the railway station, with regular services to Edinburgh, Newcastle and London. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Entrance Vestibule, Inner Reception Hall, Large Cupboard, Stairecase to First Floor. First Floor: Hall, Sitting Room, Kitchen-Dining Room, Three Double Bedrooms, Bathroom, Cloakroom, Large Storage Cupboard. Outside: Secure and Enclosed Garden Shared with One Other Property, Parking to the Front. 4 Greenside Avenue forms part of a handsome detached stone-built period property with a private entrance and hall on the ground floor and stairs rising to spacious living accommodation over the first floor. The property has been well-maintained by the current owners and is well-presented throughout. The apartment retains many attractive original features which include sash windows, timber panelling, original panelled doors, elegant coving and ceiling roses, high ceilings, several fireplaces and a wonderful original range in the kitchen. All mains services are connected, there is gas central heating and the majority of the original sash and casement windows have tasteful secondary glazing. This handsome period apartment is situated on the historic Elizabethan fortified town walls that surround the old town of Berwick-upon-Tweed. Period properties on the town walls rarely come to the market and are most sought-after, with this apartment being a prime example. This property offers a lovely tucked away location with open views and superb walks on the doorstep, taking a stroll along the walls you will encounter amazing sea and coastal views and views over the River Tweed and its estuary, the golf course and the sandy beaches in the harbour and nearby Spittal. Although the apartment providers a peaceful setting in which to reside, a short walk will take you into the heart of the town with a great variety of shops, boutiques, cafes, bars and restaurants. The towns' railway station is also within walking distance and offers regular services to Edinburgh and Newcastle and to London. Berwick also benefits from having a theatre and cinema, leisure centre, five national supermarkets, schooling for all ages and there is a choice of doctors and dental surgeries as well as the local hospital. Beyond Berwick-upon-Tweed there is a range of popular attractions including historic castles and villages dotted along the outstandingly beautiful Northumberland coastline, the renowned Holy Island, the Cheviot Hills and popular market towns of Alnwick and Kelso. Country and sporting pursuits are readily available, including hill walking, salmon and trout fishing, hunting and shooting. 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. Tenure: Leasehold (Circa 970 years left on the lease). Peppercorn Ground Rent: £10 per annum. The building comprises three apartments, all are jointly responsible for roof, chimneys and gutters etc. A three way split. Distances: Berwick Railway Station 0.5 miles, Edinburgh 56 miles, Newcastle 65 miles (all distances are approximate). EPC: D

  • Type Apartment
  • Style/Floor First floor

ELEGANT REGENCY ERA HOME ON TOWN WALLS WITH PARKING AND GARDEN. Superbly situated on the historic town walls, this is a rare opportunity to acquire an elegant period apartment with private main door entrance in a most sought-after and peaceful position with fine views over Berwick-upon-Tweed. The property exudes character and charm with wonderful original features including sash and casement windows, fireplaces, coving and timber panelling. This handsome apartment benefits from spacious accommodation, three double bedrooms, a shared garden and is the within a short walk to the town centre and to the railway station, with regular services to Edinburgh, Newcastle and London. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Entrance Vestibule, Inner Reception Hall, Large Cupboard, Stairecase to First Floor. First Floor: Hall, Sitting Room, Kitchen-Dining Room, Three Double Bedrooms, Bathroom, Cloakroom, Large Storage Cupboard. Outside: Secure and Enclosed Garden Shared with One Other Property, Parking to the Front. 4 Greenside Avenue forms part of a handsome detached stone-built period property with a private entrance and hall on the ground floor and stairs rising to spacious living accommodation over the first floor. The property has been well-maintained by the current owners and is well-presented throughout. The apartment retains many attractive original features which include sash windows, timber panelling, original panelled doors, elegant coving and ceiling roses, high ceilings, several fireplaces and a wonderful original range in the kitchen. All mains services are connected, there is gas central heating and the majority of the original sash and casement windows have tasteful secondary glazing. This handsome period apartment is situated on the historic Elizabethan fortified town walls that surround the old town of Berwick-upon-Tweed. Period properties on the town walls rarely come to the market and are most sought-after, with this apartment being a prime example. This property offers a lovely tucked away location with open views and superb walks on the doorstep, taking a stroll along the walls you will encounter amazing sea and coastal views and views over the River Tweed and its estuary, the golf course and the sandy beaches in the harbour and nearby Spittal. Although the apartment providers a peaceful setting in which to reside, a short walk will take you into the heart of the town with a great variety of shops, boutiques, cafes, bars and restaurants. The towns' railway station is also within walking distance and offers regular services to Edinburgh and Newcastle and to London. Berwick also benefits from having a theatre and cinema, leisure centre, five national supermarkets, schooling for all ages and there is a choice of doctors and dental surgeries as well as the local hospital. Beyond Berwick-upon-Tweed there is a range of popular attractions including historic castles and villages dotted along the outstandingly beautiful Northumberland coastline, the renowned Holy Island, the Cheviot Hills and popular market towns of Alnwick and Kelso. Country and sporting pursuits are readily available, including hill walking, salmon and trout fishing, hunting and shooting. 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. Tenure: Leasehold (Circa 970 years left on the lease). Peppercorn Ground Rent: £10 per annum. The building comprises three apartments, all are jointly responsible for roof, chimneys and gutters etc. A three way split. Distances: Berwick Railway Station 0.5 miles, Edinburgh 56 miles, Newcastle 65 miles (all distances are approximate). EPC: D

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