3 Bedroom house

Main Street, Branxton, Cornhill-On-Tweed, TD12

Offers in the region of £285,000

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

EXCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT OF 3 QUALITY HOMES IN THE PRETTY VILLAGE OF BRANXTON. Flodden Court is an exclusive residential development set on the eastern edge of the popular village of Branxton within the stunning Northumberland countryside. The development consists of three detached homes all set within secure and private landscaped garden grounds. Each property will be built to the highest standard using a timber kit frame with a dress stone and render finish. The homes will benefit from low energy lighting and generous insulation to meet or exceed the current building regulations. Each property will be signed off with an architects certificate and a high specification of finish. Reservations and deposits are now being taking for Flodden Court and successful purchasers can have input into design and finish at this stage. Distances: Cornhill on Tweed 3 miles, Coldstream 4 miles, Berwick Railway Station 16 miles, Edinburgh 53 miles (all distances are approximate). Situation: Flodden Court is located in the village of Branxton, in the north Northumberland countryside, famous for the Battle of Flodden in 1513. Branxton is a friendly village with a thriving and strong community spirit and a well-attended village hall. Within a short walk of Flodden Court is the well-established Blue Bell Inn. The Blue Bell is well known within the area and has a good reputation. The pretty village of Cornhill-on-Tweed lies within a short drive, or cycle of Branxton, 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. Beyond Cornhill on Tweed is the renowned Scottish Borders town of Coldstream which is situated on the banks of the world famous River Tweed. 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. 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. 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. Despite Flodden Court'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.

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

EXCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT OF 3 QUALITY HOMES IN THE PRETTY VILLAGE OF BRANXTON. Flodden Court is an exclusive residential development set on the eastern edge of the popular village of Branxton within the stunning Northumberland countryside. The development consists of three detached homes all set within secure and private landscaped garden grounds. Each property will be built to the highest standard using a timber kit frame with a dress stone and render finish. The homes will benefit from low energy lighting and generous insulation to meet or exceed the current building regulations. Each property will be signed off with an architects certificate and a high specification of finish. Reservations and deposits are now being taking for Flodden Court and successful purchasers can have input into design and finish at this stage. Distances: Cornhill on Tweed 3 miles, Coldstream 4 miles, Berwick Railway Station 16 miles, Edinburgh 53 miles (all distances are approximate). Situation: Flodden Court is located in the village of Branxton, in the north Northumberland countryside, famous for the Battle of Flodden in 1513. Branxton is a friendly village with a thriving and strong community spirit and a well-attended village hall. Within a short walk of Flodden Court is the well-established Blue Bell Inn. The Blue Bell is well known within the area and has a good reputation. The pretty village of Cornhill-on-Tweed lies within a short drive, or cycle of Branxton, 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. Beyond Cornhill on Tweed is the renowned Scottish Borders town of Coldstream which is situated on the banks of the world famous River Tweed. 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. 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. 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. Despite Flodden Court'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.

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