4 Bedroom house

Roseberry Terrace, Chirnside, Berwickshire, TD11

Offers over £205,000

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Semi detached
  • SQ. FT 2212

CHARACTER FAMILY HOME WITH OUTBUILDING, PRIVATE PARKING AND LARGE WALLED GARDEN - ALSO POTENTIAL TO CREATE ANNEXE. Hollytrees is a well-presented double-fronted period family home, full of character and charm and offering spacious and versatile accommodation throughout. The property also has the potential to create an annexe within the existing accommodation and scope to develop an attached barn and develop into the second floor, subject to planning. The property also benefits from off-street parking and a large walled garden. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Study, Cloakroom, Guest Bedroom with WC. First Floor: Landing, Two Double Bedrooms, One Large Single Bedroom, Family Bathroom. External: Private Off-Street Parking, Attached Barn with Studio and Workshop, Large Walled Garden, Greenhouse, Ornamental Pond, Patio Areas, Summerhouse. Originally two cottages, Hollytrees dates back to the 1700's and offers a buyer a wonderful lifestyle opportunity. The house is a spacious and comfortable family home with an attached outbuilding with the potential to convert and large garden grounds, including private off-street parking. There is scope to create an internal ground-floor annexe with independent access for a family member or to rent out or perhaps create a studio, shop or gallery, as one side of the ground floor was previously used as a retail unit. Hollytrees sits on a generous plot of circa 0.19 of an acre which includes a large walled garden that has been used in the past to keep livestock and to grow a variety of fruit and vegetables. Hollytrees is situated in the heart of the popular village of Chirnside which lies in the rolling Berwickshire countryside, about nine miles due west of Berwick-upon-Tweed. The village offers a good selection of local amenities including a supermarket, shops, garage, medical practice, pharmacy and two public houses. There is a thriving community centre and well used recreational facilities including tennis court, football pitches, bowling club and boxing club. Chirnside is a friendly village with a thriving and strong community spirit; it has a low population and can therefore offer a quality of life that is becoming increasingly rare. There is a primary school in Chirnside with secondary schools located in Duns and Eyemouth. Private schooling from ages 3 to 18 is offered at Longridge Towers School (www.lts.org.uk) near Berwick-upon-Tweed. The immediate area provides a good variety of activities from events and gardens, to excellent opportunities for the country sports enthusiast including salmon fishing on the River Tweed, trout fishing in various local lochs and rivers and pheasant and grouse shooting on local estates. There are a number of good golf courses within easy reach, including Duns Golf Club which is only 6.5 miles away, Hirsel Golf Club in Coldstream, Goswick Golf Club - a links course just south of Berwick-upon-Tweed and the championship Roxburgh course near Kelso. Berwick-upon-Tweed, a short drive away, is a vibrant town with a good range of national services and retailers and has a number of hotels, restaurants, pubs and wine bars. There is the popular Maltings Theatre and Cinema as well as a regular market and a number of galleries and arts and crafts shops. Chirnside also has good transport links with the A1 trunk road only nine miles away. There are regular bus services to Berwick-upon-Tweed, Duns, Eyemouth and Galashiels. The mainline railway station at Berwick-upon-Tweed provides 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 foreign destinations. The area is one of the genuinely rural parts of Great Britain despite its close proximity to both Edinburgh and Newcastle. EPC: G (11)

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Semi detached
  • SQ. FT 2212

CHARACTER FAMILY HOME WITH OUTBUILDING, PRIVATE PARKING AND LARGE WALLED GARDEN - ALSO POTENTIAL TO CREATE ANNEXE. Hollytrees is a well-presented double-fronted period family home, full of character and charm and offering spacious and versatile accommodation throughout. The property also has the potential to create an annexe within the existing accommodation and scope to develop an attached barn and develop into the second floor, subject to planning. The property also benefits from off-street parking and a large walled garden. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Study, Cloakroom, Guest Bedroom with WC. First Floor: Landing, Two Double Bedrooms, One Large Single Bedroom, Family Bathroom. External: Private Off-Street Parking, Attached Barn with Studio and Workshop, Large Walled Garden, Greenhouse, Ornamental Pond, Patio Areas, Summerhouse. Originally two cottages, Hollytrees dates back to the 1700's and offers a buyer a wonderful lifestyle opportunity. The house is a spacious and comfortable family home with an attached outbuilding with the potential to convert and large garden grounds, including private off-street parking. There is scope to create an internal ground-floor annexe with independent access for a family member or to rent out or perhaps create a studio, shop or gallery, as one side of the ground floor was previously used as a retail unit. Hollytrees sits on a generous plot of circa 0.19 of an acre which includes a large walled garden that has been used in the past to keep livestock and to grow a variety of fruit and vegetables. Hollytrees is situated in the heart of the popular village of Chirnside which lies in the rolling Berwickshire countryside, about nine miles due west of Berwick-upon-Tweed. The village offers a good selection of local amenities including a supermarket, shops, garage, medical practice, pharmacy and two public houses. There is a thriving community centre and well used recreational facilities including tennis court, football pitches, bowling club and boxing club. Chirnside is a friendly village with a thriving and strong community spirit; it has a low population and can therefore offer a quality of life that is becoming increasingly rare. There is a primary school in Chirnside with secondary schools located in Duns and Eyemouth. Private schooling from ages 3 to 18 is offered at Longridge Towers School (www.lts.org.uk) near Berwick-upon-Tweed. The immediate area provides a good variety of activities from events and gardens, to excellent opportunities for the country sports enthusiast including salmon fishing on the River Tweed, trout fishing in various local lochs and rivers and pheasant and grouse shooting on local estates. There are a number of good golf courses within easy reach, including Duns Golf Club which is only 6.5 miles away, Hirsel Golf Club in Coldstream, Goswick Golf Club - a links course just south of Berwick-upon-Tweed and the championship Roxburgh course near Kelso. Berwick-upon-Tweed, a short drive away, is a vibrant town with a good range of national services and retailers and has a number of hotels, restaurants, pubs and wine bars. There is the popular Maltings Theatre and Cinema as well as a regular market and a number of galleries and arts and crafts shops. Chirnside also has good transport links with the A1 trunk road only nine miles away. There are regular bus services to Berwick-upon-Tweed, Duns, Eyemouth and Galashiels. The mainline railway station at Berwick-upon-Tweed provides 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 foreign destinations. The area is one of the genuinely rural parts of Great Britain despite its close proximity to both Edinburgh and Newcastle. EPC: G (11)

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