4 Bedroom

Castle Hills, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, TD15

Guide price £265,000

  • Style/Floor Detached
  • SQ. FT 1421

Detached Barn Conversion. A former granary, this impressive conversion created a characterful and spacious detached family home with a garden and off-street parking in a private and secluded residential hamlet on the edge of Berwick-upon-Tweed. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Hall, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Family Kitchen, Utility Room, Cloakroom. First Floor: Landing, Master with En-Suite, Three Further Bedrooms, Family Bathroom. Outside: Private Landscaped Garden, Off-Street Parking. The property is within walking distance of Berwick's main line train station with regular services to Edinburgh, Newcastle and London Kings Cross. Berwick-upon-Tweed is well serviced with a good range of shops, supermarkets, amenities and leisure facilities. There are a wealth of cafés, restaurants, boutiques and galleries and the popular Maltings Theatre & Cinema offers a wide choice of films, shows and events. Berwick also offers numerous professional services and a wide choice of doctors and dental surgeries as well as the local hospital. There are very well respected local schools for all ages in and near Berwick, including the local Berwick Academy and private Longridge Towers for day and boarding pupils. Further private schooling is available within a short drive including Belhaven Hill prep School in Dunbar for children aged seven to thirteen and St. Mary's prep School in Melrose. Beyond Berwick-upon-Tweed there is a wide 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, Golf is available locally at Goswick and Magdalene Fields, plus swimming, gym squash, indoor bowling and all-weather facilities at the Swan Centre. The A1 trunk road provides easy, commutable access to Newcastle upon Tyne and Edinburgh with Intercity rail and local long-distance bus & coach services available all within walking distance of the property. Edinburgh and Newcastle upon Tyne international airports are also within about an hour and 15 minutes drive away respectively. Distances: Berwick-upon-Tweed Mainline Rail Station 1/2 mile, Edinburgh 55 miles, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 65 miles (all distances are approximate). EPC: D (64)

  • Style/Floor Detached
  • SQ. FT 1421

Detached Barn Conversion. A former granary, this impressive conversion created a characterful and spacious detached family home with a garden and off-street parking in a private and secluded residential hamlet on the edge of Berwick-upon-Tweed. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Hall, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Family Kitchen, Utility Room, Cloakroom. First Floor: Landing, Master with En-Suite, Three Further Bedrooms, Family Bathroom. Outside: Private Landscaped Garden, Off-Street Parking. The property is within walking distance of Berwick's main line train station with regular services to Edinburgh, Newcastle and London Kings Cross. Berwick-upon-Tweed is well serviced with a good range of shops, supermarkets, amenities and leisure facilities. There are a wealth of cafés, restaurants, boutiques and galleries and the popular Maltings Theatre & Cinema offers a wide choice of films, shows and events. Berwick also offers numerous professional services and a wide choice of doctors and dental surgeries as well as the local hospital. There are very well respected local schools for all ages in and near Berwick, including the local Berwick Academy and private Longridge Towers for day and boarding pupils. Further private schooling is available within a short drive including Belhaven Hill prep School in Dunbar for children aged seven to thirteen and St. Mary's prep School in Melrose. Beyond Berwick-upon-Tweed there is a wide 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, Golf is available locally at Goswick and Magdalene Fields, plus swimming, gym squash, indoor bowling and all-weather facilities at the Swan Centre. The A1 trunk road provides easy, commutable access to Newcastle upon Tyne and Edinburgh with Intercity rail and local long-distance bus & coach services available all within walking distance of the property. Edinburgh and Newcastle upon Tyne international airports are also within about an hour and 15 minutes drive away respectively. Distances: Berwick-upon-Tweed Mainline Rail Station 1/2 mile, Edinburgh 55 miles, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 65 miles (all distances are approximate). EPC: D (64)

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