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3 Bedroom house

The Barns, Heathery Tops, Scremerston, TD15

Offers over £330,000

  • Type House
  • SQ. FT 1604

A beautifully presented period family home, forming part of an attractive steading conversion situated on the edge of the town. With stylish and elegant décor throughout, this charming stone-built property offers three double bedrooms, a bespoke newly fitted kitchen with integral appliances, contemporary bathrooms, a low-maintenance private garden overlooking open countryside and two private parking spaces. There are countryside walks on the doorstep, including down to the sandy Cocklawburn Beach and the town will all its amenities are a short distance away. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Reception hallway, open plan kitchen dining room, family sitting room, shower room/W.C, utility room. First Floor: Landing, Master Bedroom, two further double bedrooms, family bathroom. Outside: Two allocated parking spaces, two patios, wrap around garden. Heathery Tops Farm is positioned on the edge of Scremerston Village, a short distance from Berwick-upon-Tweed and offering stunning countryside views. The property is accessed via a well-maintained tarmacadam farm lane just off the A1167 and is set within a hamlet of about sixteen other barn conversions and cottages. The house is within walking distance of Tweedmouth, with supermarkets, shops, health and leisure facilities and cafes and is surrounded by some of England's and Scotland's most beautiful rolling countryside and coastline. The world famous River Tweed is an easy stroll away, as is the Northumberland Coastline that offers miles of unspoilt beaches, including the popular Cocklawburn Beach. The Northumberland Coastline is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (A.O.N.B) and has many historical interests that include Bamburgh Castle, Holy Island and the Farne Isles. This region offers a wonderful lifestyle opportunity, whilst having great national links. Tweedmouth is only a mile up the road from the property and offers an excellent range of local and national amenities including a Tesco's supermarket, Asda, Mark and Spencer's, Argos and Homebase. Tweedmouth also has reputable schooling for all ages, a fitness centre and swimming pool and a number of restaurants, pubs and take-away restaurants. Berwick-upon-Tweed is just over the River Tweed, about a mile and a half away from the property and is England's most northerly market town. This bustling town offers further amenities including local and national shops, three further supermarkets and further schooling. Berwick also has a mainline train station, which is popular with daily commuters travelling to Edinburgh or Newcastle. London is also accessible by train in under 3.5 hours. Heathery Tops Farm benefits from easy access to the A1 and also the arterial routes west, meaning travel inland to Coldstream and Kelso is particularly easy. Despite its 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. Distances: Berwick Railway Station 3 miles, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 63 miles, Edinburgh 58 miles (all distances are approximate). Agents Note: In accordance with Section 21 of the Estate Agent Act 1979, we declare that there is a personal interest in the sale of this property. The property is being sold by a person who is a member of staff within the Rettie Group.

  • Type House
  • SQ. FT 1604

A beautifully presented period family home, forming part of an attractive steading conversion situated on the edge of the town. With stylish and elegant décor throughout, this charming stone-built property offers three double bedrooms, a bespoke newly fitted kitchen with integral appliances, contemporary bathrooms, a low-maintenance private garden overlooking open countryside and two private parking spaces. There are countryside walks on the doorstep, including down to the sandy Cocklawburn Beach and the town will all its amenities are a short distance away. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Reception hallway, open plan kitchen dining room, family sitting room, shower room/W.C, utility room. First Floor: Landing, Master Bedroom, two further double bedrooms, family bathroom. Outside: Two allocated parking spaces, two patios, wrap around garden. Heathery Tops Farm is positioned on the edge of Scremerston Village, a short distance from Berwick-upon-Tweed and offering stunning countryside views. The property is accessed via a well-maintained tarmacadam farm lane just off the A1167 and is set within a hamlet of about sixteen other barn conversions and cottages. The house is within walking distance of Tweedmouth, with supermarkets, shops, health and leisure facilities and cafes and is surrounded by some of England's and Scotland's most beautiful rolling countryside and coastline. The world famous River Tweed is an easy stroll away, as is the Northumberland Coastline that offers miles of unspoilt beaches, including the popular Cocklawburn Beach. The Northumberland Coastline is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (A.O.N.B) and has many historical interests that include Bamburgh Castle, Holy Island and the Farne Isles. This region offers a wonderful lifestyle opportunity, whilst having great national links. Tweedmouth is only a mile up the road from the property and offers an excellent range of local and national amenities including a Tesco's supermarket, Asda, Mark and Spencer's, Argos and Homebase. Tweedmouth also has reputable schooling for all ages, a fitness centre and swimming pool and a number of restaurants, pubs and take-away restaurants. Berwick-upon-Tweed is just over the River Tweed, about a mile and a half away from the property and is England's most northerly market town. This bustling town offers further amenities including local and national shops, three further supermarkets and further schooling. Berwick also has a mainline train station, which is popular with daily commuters travelling to Edinburgh or Newcastle. London is also accessible by train in under 3.5 hours. Heathery Tops Farm benefits from easy access to the A1 and also the arterial routes west, meaning travel inland to Coldstream and Kelso is particularly easy. Despite its 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. Distances: Berwick Railway Station 3 miles, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 63 miles, Edinburgh 58 miles (all distances are approximate). Agents Note: In accordance with Section 21 of the Estate Agent Act 1979, we declare that there is a personal interest in the sale of this property. The property is being sold by a person who is a member of staff within the Rettie Group.

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