£175,000 Guide price
UNIQUE LOT. The Old Brewrey in Bewrick Upon Tweed has Full Planning Permission for conversion into 5 Individual townhouses complete with Off Street Parking. Building Warrant in Place - RIPE FOR DEVELOPMENT - READY TO START. Potential Resale Value of £1,375,000 - £1,500,000. The properties will comprise: No.1 Lounge, 3 bedrooms, dining/kitchen, two bathrooms &wc cloakroom No.2 Lounge, study, 2 bedrooms, dining/kitchen, two bathrooms &wc cloakroom &utility No. 3 Lounge, study, 3 bedrooms, dining/kitchen, three bathrooms &wc cloakroom &utility No.4 Lounge, 3 bedrooms, dining/kitchen, 2 bathrooms and wc cloakroom No.5 Lounge, 3 bedrooms, dining/kitchen, 2 bathrooms and balcony. Each house has off street private parking and gas central heating. This development is an excellent opportunity with everything in place and ready to start immediately. Building Warrant in Place - RIPE FOR DEVELOPMENT - READY TO START. Potential Resale Value of £1,375,000 - £1,500,000. Planning Reference Number: 14/03693/FUL. Berwick upon Tweed (population approximately 14,000) is situated close to the Scottish Border in an area of great natural beauty and one which is steeped in history shaped by the evolution of Christianity in the United Kingdom and by the ravages of the Anglo-Scottish wars in the Middle Ages. Modern Berwick is now an attractive coastal town which offers a broad range of services including retail, leisure andfinancial, a twice weekly open market, first class private and state educational facilities and excellent transport links. The town stands mid-way between Edinburgh and Newcastle on the A1(T) and has a main line railway station which provides regular services to Edinburgh and Newcastle (45 minutes) and London (3½ hours). More generally, North Northumberland and the Scottish Borders offer a wealth of leisure and recreational opportunities and there is a modern theatre and arts centre (The Maltings) and a sports centre (The Swan Centre) in Berwick itself. The east coast is famous for its magnificent sandy beaches and offers sailing, sea fishing and first class diving for the enthusiast. The area has a rich and colourful history illustrated by the coastal castles at Holy Island, Bamburgh and Dunstanburgh and the many other priories and abbeys which stretch from the mouth of the river west along the Tweed Valley. The area has a number of excellent links and inland golf courses including those at Berwick, Goswick, The Hirsel and Dunbar and there are several local riding schools and numerous lovely countryside walks.
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