£350,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|30 November 2021||£430,000||N/A|
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Chapel Hame is a charming 3/4 bedroom detached family home situated in the popular and peaceful village of Birgham in the heart of the Scottish Borders.
Chapel Hame is a charming 3/4 bedroom detached family home situated in the popular and peaceful village of Birgham in the heart of the Scottish Borders. The property was built in 2014 and forms part of a small exclusive development, situated on the south side of the village. Presented to the market in immaculate condition the property offers spectacular southerly views over the River Tweed and Cheviot Hills beyond, lovely and well looked after garden grounds, single garage and versatile accommodation within.
Chapel Hame is positioned on the south side of the village of Birgham, in the Scottish Borders, in between Coldstream to the East and Kelso to the West. Birgham is a thriving and popular village with an incredibly strong social community centred around it. The Birgham Community Development Trust (BCDT) is a voluntary group of locals that aims to enhance village and community life with regular events and activities such as film nights, a wine and gardening clubs, charity coffee mornings and music events. Birgham offers some particularly beautiful walks directly from the village such as along the River Tweed or in the surrounding countryside.
The historic market town of Kelso lies 5 miles due west of Birgham. Kelso houses a number of the major supermarket chains, excellent local shopping, several public houses and restaurants and a number of historical attractions such as Kelso Abbey and Floors Castle. Kelso also offers the world famous Kelso Races Course and leisure facilities which include a swimming pool, fitness centre and 2 fantastic golf courses, the championship course at the Schloss Hotel and Kelso Golf Club. Kelso
There are a number of larger towns near Birgham, the closest being Coldstream which is approximately 4 miles due East. Coldstream is a picturesque town full of Scottish charm and is home to the Coldstream Guards, one of the oldest regiments in the British Army. Coldstream offers a range of amenities and local shops including a Co-op supermarket, a first-class butcher and baker, a medical centre and several take away restaurants. Coldstream also offers a number of local attractions such as the Coldstream Museum and the well regarded Hirsel Golf Club.
The countryside surrounding Birgham offers an excellent choice of attractions such as historic houses and the particularly beautiful coastline around St Abbs and Coldingham. The Northumberland National Park (Britain's biggest National Park) and the Cheviot Hills are only a 15 minute drive from Birgham and the historic towns of Melrose and Jedburgh are also nearby.
Birgham is a quiet and peaceful village but offers excellent links to Edinburgh, Newcastle and even London. The A697 provides easy commutable access to Scotland's capital city, Newcastle and Berwick upon Tweed which is only a 20 minute drive away. Berwick offers a mainline train station and a regular service up and down the country, with London being only a 3 ½ hour journey away.
Ground Floor - Reception Hallway, Sitting Room, Open Plan Family Kitchen, Bedroom 4 / Dining Room / Home Office, Shower Room, Utility Room.
First Floor - Master Bedroom (En-Suite & Fitted Wardrobes), 2 Further Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom.
Outside - Ample Off-Street Parking, Single Garage, South Facing Patio and Garden.
Kelso 5 miles, Coldstream 4 miles, Berwick upon Tweed Train Station 18 miles, Edinburgh By-Pass 42 miles, Melrose 20 miles.
(all distances are approximate).
Oil fired central heating.
Mains electricity, water and drainage.
Fibre optic broadband services are available.
Listing and Conservation
Chapel Hame is not listed, nor in a conservation area.
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