£310,000 Guide Price

Bridge Street, Berwick-upon-tweed, Berwick Upon Tweed, Borders, TD15 1ES

2 bedroom flat for sale

Property Details

Paton and Co are delighted to bring to market a ground floor commerical shop with 2 bedroom masionette, which boasts a private courtyard, period features, and a prime location close to local amenities.

The Property
49- 51 Bridge Street is a commercial shop with a spacious maisonette conveniently located in a central position on one of the most desirable streets in Berwick Upon Tweed, with a variety of independent shops, bars, and restaurants just a short walk away.

Retail Unit: stunning double fronted ground floor retail unit, opening onto Bridge Street. The property dates to circa 1800 and still retains many original features. There are two main retail areas with high ceilings and two W.C facilities. The sellers are currently run an Antiques Gallery from the space but are relocating so will be sold with vacant possession.

Maisonette: Accessed via a private door from it's own rear courtyard, the property has recently been renovated throughout and finished to offer immaculate, and beautifully presented accommodation over two floors. This fantastic home comprises an entrance hallway leading to a double bedroom with shower room on the ground floor. A fine staircase leads to the first floor where lies a stunning drawing room with three original Georgian astragalled windows and features a grand fireplace. Next to the drawing room lies the dining kitchen with newly fitted kitchen, feature fireplace and ample space for a dining table. Branching off the hallway lies the master bedroom with dual aspect windows to provide views over the courtyard. The family bathroom is also located on this level. The maisonette further benefits from a large attic space and cellar, which could potentially be converted with correct planning consent.
Outside offers a private courtyard that becomes a sun trap and ideal for sitting out in the warmer months. There is also an external store cupboard.

Area Insights
49- 51 Bridge Street lies within the famous Elizabethan walls in Berwick-Upon-Tweed with easy and direct access to the town centre. The property sits in a side street close to the historic Berwick Barracks and access to stunning coastal walking routes around the town. 49- 51 Bridge Street has direct access to a wide range of amenities being sited in a Secondary Trading position at the heart of the historic walled town, close to the town centre and just back from the Tweed.
The historic market town of Berwick-upon-Tweed is famous for its stunning architecture and is well serviced with local and national shops, five national supermarkets and schooling for all ages including a private school at Longridge Towers. Berwick also has a selection of leisure and sports clubs, banks, public houses, cafes, restaurants and The Maltings theatre and cinema which offers daily shows and movies. There is a main line railway station which has regular trains to both Edinburgh, Newcastle and London, both Edinburgh and Newcastle are sub one hour travel time and London in circa 3 hours 45 minutes. There is also the A1 trunk road which bypasses the town and provides easy access both north and south respectively.
The local area has a wide range of popular attractions and activities including Northumberland and Berwickshire’s rugged coastline of unspoilt beaches and beautiful landscapes; Berwick walls and pier are only minutes away while Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve, Bamburgh Castle and the ancient Border towns of Coldstream, Kelso and Melrose are within easy reach. Country and sporting pursuits are also readily available, including hill walking, salmon and trout fishing, riding, hunting and shooting. Golf is available locally; within five minutes’ walk lies Berwick Golf Course and other courses can be found at Goswick, Eyemouth and the Hirsel. Swimming, gym, squash and indoor bowling facilities exist at the Swan Centre in Berwick-upon-Tweed.
Despite Berwick’s proximity to both Edinburgh and Newcastle, the area has a low population and can therefore offer a quality of life that is becoming increasingly rare.

Freehold Property

Fixtures and Fittings
All integrated white goods, fitted carpets, curtains and blinds form part of the sale.

Listing and Conservation
49-51 Bridge Street is a listed building and does fall within a conservation area.

• Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage.
• Gas Central Heating
• High Speed Broadband services.

Council Tax
Business rates

Energy Efficiency Rating
Exempt due to being a listed building.

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Property History

  • Property added on 15 March 2024
  • Property sold (STCM) on 1 June 2024
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