£330,000 Guide price
The Old Barn is an impressive and well designed, two storey, 3 bedroom property, recently converted from an old stone barn. The property offers spacious accommodation throughout, and is beautifully presented.
The Old Barn is an impressive and well designed, two storey property, recently converted from an old stone barn. The property offers spacious accommodation throughout, and is beautifully presented. The property would make an excellent permanent home being so close to amenities or a fantastic holiday home for someone looking for a well yielding investment. The property is entered via a spacious hallway which gives access to the principal rooms on the ground floor. The kitchen area is more than adequate for family dining and makes for a lovely social area with French doors that lead directly out to the garden. Opposite the kitchen on the other side of the hallway is the family sitting room which boasts a feature arched window. There is also a downstairs W.C and a useful utility room on the ground floor. From the central hallway an internal stair leads to the first floor landing. This gives access to a master bedroom with an en-suite shower room and two further bedrooms, the middle one is currently being used as a dressing room.
Ground Floor - Reception Hallway, Dining Kitchen, Sitting Room, W.C, Utility Room.
First Floor - Master Bedroom (En-Suite Shower Room &Dressing Room), 2 x Further Bedrooms,
Outside - Ample Off-Street Parking for 3 Cars, Garden Grounds.
Berwick Train Station 0.50 miles, Edinburgh City Centre 57 miles, Newcastle 63 miles. (distances are approximate).
The Old Barn is located in a secluded yet accessible location, just off the desirable residential street of Castle Terrace and within a 10 minute walk to Berwicks mainline railway station.
Berwick-upon-Tweed is famous for its stunning architecture, has a wide selection of amenities 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, restaurants and The Malting 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 is circa 3 hours 45 minutes. There is also the A1 trunk road which bypasses the town and provides easy access to both north and south respectively.
The local area has a wide range of popular attractions and activities including Northumberland and Berwickshires rugged coastlines 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 Berwicks 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.
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