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4 Bedroom house

Foulden, Berwick Upon Tweed, Berwickshire, TD15

Offers over £700,000

  • Type House

4 Bedroom House and Cottage. Built during the reign of George III, this impressive country residence sits in beautifully landscaped and very private gardens and grounds that extend to circa 1.725 acres and include a paddock. This elegant period home also comes with a self-contained and recently refurbished cottage and a range of outbuildings including a large modern barn. Accommodation Comprises Ground Floor Entrance Vestibule, Reception Hallway, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Music Room, Conservatory, Kitchen, Rear Hallway, Cloakroom/WC, Rear Porch. First Floor Landing, Master Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom, Guest Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom, Laundry Room, Study Area. Second Floor Landing, Two Double Bedrooms with Jack-and-Jill Family Bathroom, Eaves Storage. Appletree Cottage Hallway, Sitting Room, Kitchen, Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room. Outside Sweeping Oval Driveway, Ample Parking, Substantial Detached Modern Barn, Range of Outbuildings, Generous Lawns, Kitchen Garden, Home Office and Paddock. In all 1.725 Acres (0.698 hectares). Mileage Berwick-upon-Tweed Mainline Rail Station 5 miles, Edinburgh 52 miles, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 69 miles (all distances are approximate). Nunlands House is a fine period property dating back to circa 1761. Believed to have derived from an establishment of nuns located near St Abbs, the building is situated on the old stage route through the Borders and the nuns would provide food and lodging for travellers. This elegant family home offers spacious and well-presented accommodation over three floors, a separate one-bedroomed cottage which has been recently refurbished, a home office and a range of outbuildings, all sitting in approximately 1.725 acres. The main house retains many original period features whilst offering all the comforts of 21st century living, including a newly fitted farmhouse style kitchen with integral appliances and AGA. Situation Nunlands House enjoys an elevated site with southerly views as far as the Cheviot Hills, being surrounded by beautiful Berwickshire countryside in the heart of the Scottish Borders and located on the edge of the village of Foulden. Set in secluded gardens and grounds, the property offers a high degree of privacy and peace and quiet. Within five miles is Berwick-upon-Tweed, England's most northerly market town, renowned for its Elizabethan walls and stunning architecture and viaduct, the town has a wide selection of amenities and is well serviced with local and national shops, three supermarkets, schooling for all ages including a private school at Longridge Towers as well as a selection of leisure clubs and sports clubs, banks, public houses and restaurants and theatre. The region is well serviced for commuting possibilities with a mainline rail station connecting to both Edinburgh and Newcastle in circa 45 minutes and London Kings Cross in circa 3.5 hours. In addition to this is the A1 trunk road providing ease of access both north and south respectively. To the east is the Berwickshire and Northumberland rugged coastline with miles of unspoilt beaches and beautiful landscapes, with areas such as St Abbs and Coldingham Bay, Holy Island, Bamburgh Castle and the Farne Isles. Whilst inland are the Scottish Borders and market towns such as Duns, Coldstream, Kelso and Melrose and to the south the Cheviot Hills and Northumberland National Park. GENERAL REMARKS Satellite Navigation For those with the use of Satellite Navigation the postcode for this property is TD15 1UG. What3words novelists.socialite.lushly (please download the application "what3words" for the exact location) Tenure Freehold Fixtures and Fittings All fitted carpets, curtains, blinds and main light fittings are included. Listing and Conservation The property is B listed but it is not in a conservation area. Services Mains electricity, mains water, septic tank, oil central heating. Energy Efficiency Rating: Exempt

  • Type House

4 Bedroom House and Cottage. Built during the reign of George III, this impressive country residence sits in beautifully landscaped and very private gardens and grounds that extend to circa 1.725 acres and include a paddock. This elegant period home also comes with a self-contained and recently refurbished cottage and a range of outbuildings including a large modern barn. Accommodation Comprises Ground Floor Entrance Vestibule, Reception Hallway, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Music Room, Conservatory, Kitchen, Rear Hallway, Cloakroom/WC, Rear Porch. First Floor Landing, Master Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom, Guest Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom, Laundry Room, Study Area. Second Floor Landing, Two Double Bedrooms with Jack-and-Jill Family Bathroom, Eaves Storage. Appletree Cottage Hallway, Sitting Room, Kitchen, Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room. Outside Sweeping Oval Driveway, Ample Parking, Substantial Detached Modern Barn, Range of Outbuildings, Generous Lawns, Kitchen Garden, Home Office and Paddock. In all 1.725 Acres (0.698 hectares). Mileage Berwick-upon-Tweed Mainline Rail Station 5 miles, Edinburgh 52 miles, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 69 miles (all distances are approximate). Nunlands House is a fine period property dating back to circa 1761. Believed to have derived from an establishment of nuns located near St Abbs, the building is situated on the old stage route through the Borders and the nuns would provide food and lodging for travellers. This elegant family home offers spacious and well-presented accommodation over three floors, a separate one-bedroomed cottage which has been recently refurbished, a home office and a range of outbuildings, all sitting in approximately 1.725 acres. The main house retains many original period features whilst offering all the comforts of 21st century living, including a newly fitted farmhouse style kitchen with integral appliances and AGA. Situation Nunlands House enjoys an elevated site with southerly views as far as the Cheviot Hills, being surrounded by beautiful Berwickshire countryside in the heart of the Scottish Borders and located on the edge of the village of Foulden. Set in secluded gardens and grounds, the property offers a high degree of privacy and peace and quiet. Within five miles is Berwick-upon-Tweed, England's most northerly market town, renowned for its Elizabethan walls and stunning architecture and viaduct, the town has a wide selection of amenities and is well serviced with local and national shops, three supermarkets, schooling for all ages including a private school at Longridge Towers as well as a selection of leisure clubs and sports clubs, banks, public houses and restaurants and theatre. The region is well serviced for commuting possibilities with a mainline rail station connecting to both Edinburgh and Newcastle in circa 45 minutes and London Kings Cross in circa 3.5 hours. In addition to this is the A1 trunk road providing ease of access both north and south respectively. To the east is the Berwickshire and Northumberland rugged coastline with miles of unspoilt beaches and beautiful landscapes, with areas such as St Abbs and Coldingham Bay, Holy Island, Bamburgh Castle and the Farne Isles. Whilst inland are the Scottish Borders and market towns such as Duns, Coldstream, Kelso and Melrose and to the south the Cheviot Hills and Northumberland National Park. GENERAL REMARKS Satellite Navigation For those with the use of Satellite Navigation the postcode for this property is TD15 1UG. What3words novelists.socialite.lushly (please download the application "what3words" for the exact location) Tenure Freehold Fixtures and Fittings All fitted carpets, curtains, blinds and main light fittings are included. Listing and Conservation The property is B listed but it is not in a conservation area. Services Mains electricity, mains water, septic tank, oil central heating. Energy Efficiency Rating: Exempt

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