£395,000 Guide Price
Truly outstanding 6 bedroom, 3 reception detached 3-storey stone house in the conservation village of Town Yetholm, a small village in the picturesque Cheviot hills on the edge of Northumberland National Park, only 7 miles south of Kelso, which is offered without chain.
This historic freehold grade C listed property (the former White Swan pub) in excellent decorative order, benefits from 6 generously-sized bedrooms, 3 good-sized reception rooms, storage cellar, 1 bathroom, 1 shower room, an additional wc, a utility room and study, together with an extensive attached barn suitable for conversion into additional accommodation or separate lettable cottage . With full-house oil central heating, all wood flooring (pine and oak) on ground floor, side and back borders, easy to maintain garden, as well as an extensive fenced, paved and gravelled patio area to the rear, accessible from two sides. A large (10' x 16') wooden shed/workshop is also located to the rear of the house and is included. Selected furniture and floor coverings can be negotiated for in addition as preferred.
Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this singular property.
Ground floor: solid oak wooden floor covering throughout the ground floor on hall and dining room. Lliving room (with cellar accessible from living room), wood-burning stove, Victorian cast iron fireplace, slate hearth, stripped original wooden floor, 3 x windows making the room bright and cheery. Further reception room, currently used for storage of a similar size with two windows, laminate flooring. Dining room with Victorian cast iron fireplace, oak woodwork, 2 x 2 windows facing garden area and village green. Kitchen, facing rear, with solid oak fitted kitchen, tile floor, double ceromic sink, solid oak work surfaces, under unit lighting, extractor fan, large rear facing window, velux roof light, part pine-panelled ceiling and boiler cupboard, access to patio via rear solid wood door. Useful pantry off-kitchen, built-in shelving, boiler. Utility room off main hallway, hosting washing machine, tumble dryer and chest freezer. WC also attached. Study, attached to Utility Room, with built-in worksurface, access to barn area. Barn - over two floors, currently used for storage, concrete ground floor, access door to outside, water and power available, stairwell to second floor, wooden second floor in need of some repair, skylight, large barn door accessing space above patio area to rear of house.
Second floor - comprising large master bedroom (former pub snooker room), with two windows to front and side, dado rail, original cornice, large radiator. Shower room, 'wet room' with walk-in gravity-fed shower, multi-point shower heads, black tiles, wc and sink in white. Further double bedroom to front, curremtly used as a study / workroom, with window to front, handwash basin. Double-bedroom with window to side, handwash basin. To rear a further double-bedroom up a small set of steps, together with an additional wc and bathroom (with bath). Bedroom overlooks the village green with a single window. Wc and bathroom have small windows to rear. Bathroom has a washhand basin in addition to the bath.
Third floor - two further front-facing double- bedrooms with views of the Cheviot hills, generous windows making the rooms bright and cheery. Access to roof space from one bedroom. Built-in wardrobe areas in both. One has a central heating radiator, the other relies on convection heating.
Roof compises pitch and slate of traditional construction. Small flat roof to rear of the kitchen area in good condition.
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