£249,995 Fixed price

High Street, Coldingham, Borders, TD14 5NL

3 bedroom terraced house for sale

 
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Selling Date Selling Price Value change
25 May 2011 £195,000 N/A

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Property Details

An attractive fully modernised home in the High Street of a Borders village selected by The Daily Telegraph in 2012 as Best Retirement Village in Britain. The property incorporates a profitable shop presently operated as a hairdresser's and art gallery and which is included in the sale.

Built in the second half of the 19th century, Woodville is a home situated on the High Street of the bustling village of Coldingham, which, along with neighbouring St Abbs, is a mecca for tourists, surfers and divers during the Summer months. It is a lively village with the famous Coldingham Priory, Primary School, two pubs (one renowned for its food), a Post Office, a mini-market, antique shop and a butcher's shop.

How many homes can bring you an income of £600 a week? Based on the present year's trading, that is what this shop on Coldingham High Street- an art gallery and hairdresser - can bring in and with minimal overheads. This is a rare opportunity to buy a house with a business thrown in. Ideal for a couple looking to work from home.Alternatively, a new owner may wish to seek change of use and fully incorporate the large space into the domestic property as a public room.

The house benefits from full oil-fired central heating which was installed in 2011, at which time the property was re-plumbed and rewired, new kitchen, bathroom and shower room installed and an attractive real oak feature staircase built. A 19th century stable, situated at the end of the garden yard to the rear of the house has been converted into a large home office with central heating and television. This has potential to be converted into an en suite bedroom for guests.

The property also boasts CCTV, ADT burglar alarm, Freesat and Hotbird satellite dishes, double glazing and a large, floored loft which affords generous storage space.

House Council Tax Band C

Reception Hall
Generously proportioned hall with central heating radiator, burglar alarm box.

Snug
11'10 x 8'94
Working fireplace, central heating radiator

Dining Room
16'06 x 10'6
Created in 2011 by building over part of the yard. Central heating radiator. TV point.

Kitchen
11'5 x 8'0
Howden fitted kitchen installed 2011. Built in dishwasher and washing machine included in sale. Control panel for central heating. Foot level blower heater (part of CH system). Extractor fan above cooker (electric ovens and LPG burners).

Home Office
20'0 x 7'0
Accessed by porch built on 2011. The office is converted from the original Posting House stable built in the 1880s. It is fully insulated within walls, ceiling and underfoot. Reroofed 2012. Central heating radiator. TV point.

Landing
New real oak stairway (2011) and carpet.

Rear Garden
Trellised walkway to Home Office. 1,250 litre oil tank. Oil boiler (new 2011). CCTV camera. LPG platform. 3 outside storage units built into ornamental staircase feature.

Bedroom One
11'07 x 9'05
Three radiators, telephone point for broadband. En suite Shower Room, heated towel rail and extractor fan.

Bedroom Two
10'9 x 9'07
Opposite bathroom. Radiator and carpet.

Bedroom Three
12'7 x 12'7
Presently used as a sitting room. Radiator. TV point. Working fireplace.

This house description is based upon information supplied by the owner, or on behalf of the owner. These property particulars are produced in good faith and do not constitute or form part of any contract. s1homes do not take any responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in this document.

Sold price history for TD14 5NL in past 5 years

 
 

Sold price history for TD14 in past 5 years

 

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Property History

  • Property added on 1 December 2015
  • New price Fixed price £249,995 as of 10 June 2016
    Was: Fixed price £260,000
  • New price Fixed price £260,000 as of 30 April 2016
    Was: Guide Price £295,000
  • New price Guide Price £295,000 as of 27 April 2016
    Was: Offers around £295,000
  • New price Offers around £295,000 as of 11 April 2016
    Was: Fixed price £270,000
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