4 Bedroom house

Hillside, Old Town, Ayton, TD14

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A handsome period house situated on the edge of the sought-after village of Ayton offering spacious accommodation over three floors and delightful landscaped gardens. The village has a general store, popular pub, a community centre and a well-regarded primary school. The village is close to the coast and a mainline train station in nearby Berwick-upon-Tweed and the A1 making the area ideal for commuting into Edinburgh or Newcastle. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Entrance Vestibule, Hall, Family Room, Sitting Room, Open-Plan Kitchen-Dining-Living, Utility Room. First Floor: Landing, Master Bedroom with En-Suite, Double Bedroom, Family Bathroom. Second Floor: Landing, Two Double Bedrooms. Exterior: Large Covered Terrace, Landscaped Gardens to Front, Side and Rear, Garden Shed/Store, Unrestricted On-Street Parking. The property is positioned at the end of an elegant terrace of nineteenth century homes on the periphery of the historic village of Ayton, famous for its impressive baronial castle. The house is just a short walk to the high street with a well-stocked general store, popular pub and the well-regarded primary school.. Ayton lies just off the A1 Trunk Road providing easy access both north and south to Edinburgh and Newcastle respectively and set eight miles from Berwick Railway Station, providing regular services into Edinburgh and south to London. Berwickshire is renowned for its beauty, its value for money and wonderful lifestyle opportunities. The countryside is varied and the coastline is impressive with miles of unspoilt beaches and areas of outstanding beauty. The village itself has a good primary school whilst Eyemouth, which is a harbour town within two miles, provides good local amenities and further schooling and Berwick is the northerly market town with its Elizabethan historic walls provides three Supermarkets, a wide range of Sports Clubs, local and national shops and an independent private school, Longridge Towers. There are many country pursuits including fishing, shooting and hunting and also a number of impressive Golf Courses nearby. To the south lies the Cheviot Hills, to the west the central Borders and nearby towns such as Melrose, Coldstream and Duns. GENERAL REMARKS: Satellite Navigation: For the benefit of those with satellite navigation the property's postcode is TD14 5RA. What3words lies.speaks.tumblers (please download the application "what3words" for the exact location) Tenure Freehold Fixtures and Fittings All fitted carpets, curtain, blinds and light fittings are included with the sale. Listing and Conservation The property is C listed but is not within a conservation area. Services: Electric and solid fuel heating, mains electricity, drainage and water. Local Authority: Scottish Borders Council. Council Tax Band E EPC: E

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  • Type House
  • SQ. FT 2034

A handsome period house situated on the edge of the sought-after village of Ayton offering spacious accommodation over three floors and delightful landscaped gardens. The village has a general store, popular pub, a community centre and a well-regarded primary school. The village is close to the coast and a mainline train station in nearby Berwick-upon-Tweed and the A1 making the area ideal for commuting into Edinburgh or Newcastle. Accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Entrance Vestibule, Hall, Family Room, Sitting Room, Open-Plan Kitchen-Dining-Living, Utility Room. First Floor: Landing, Master Bedroom with En-Suite, Double Bedroom, Family Bathroom. Second Floor: Landing, Two Double Bedrooms. Exterior: Large Covered Terrace, Landscaped Gardens to Front, Side and Rear, Garden Shed/Store, Unrestricted On-Street Parking. The property is positioned at the end of an elegant terrace of nineteenth century homes on the periphery of the historic village of Ayton, famous for its impressive baronial castle. The house is just a short walk to the high street with a well-stocked general store, popular pub and the well-regarded primary school.. Ayton lies just off the A1 Trunk Road providing easy access both north and south to Edinburgh and Newcastle respectively and set eight miles from Berwick Railway Station, providing regular services into Edinburgh and south to London. Berwickshire is renowned for its beauty, its value for money and wonderful lifestyle opportunities. The countryside is varied and the coastline is impressive with miles of unspoilt beaches and areas of outstanding beauty. The village itself has a good primary school whilst Eyemouth, which is a harbour town within two miles, provides good local amenities and further schooling and Berwick is the northerly market town with its Elizabethan historic walls provides three Supermarkets, a wide range of Sports Clubs, local and national shops and an independent private school, Longridge Towers. There are many country pursuits including fishing, shooting and hunting and also a number of impressive Golf Courses nearby. To the south lies the Cheviot Hills, to the west the central Borders and nearby towns such as Melrose, Coldstream and Duns. GENERAL REMARKS: Satellite Navigation: For the benefit of those with satellite navigation the property's postcode is TD14 5RA. What3words lies.speaks.tumblers (please download the application "what3words" for the exact location) Tenure Freehold Fixtures and Fittings All fitted carpets, curtain, blinds and light fittings are included with the sale. Listing and Conservation The property is C listed but is not within a conservation area. Services: Electric and solid fuel heating, mains electricity, drainage and water. Local Authority: Scottish Borders Council. Council Tax Band E EPC: E

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