£525,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|27 April 2016||£200,000||N/A|
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21 Lower Burnmouth is a detached 3/4 bedroom house in immaculate condition, situated in one of Berwickshires most spectacular positions. All of the accommodation within has views over the bay and working harbour. 21 Lower Burnmouth has a mature and well establish terraced garden, a particularly lovely decked patio off the sitting room and a double garage.
21 Lower Burnmouth is a detached 3/4 bedroom house situated in one of Berwickshires most spectacular positions. Overlooking Burnmouth Bay, 21 Lower Burnmouth has been recently renovated to an exceptional standard. All of the accommodation within has views over the bay and working harbour and offers ever changing scenes from fishing boats plying their trade to dolphins playing off the coast. The property offers generous and versatile accommodation starting with the open plan kitchen family room. The kitchen offers a range of base units, integrated appliances, oil fired Rayburn and bifold doors to the back garden and garage. On the other side of the reception hall from the kitchen is a dining room or 4th bedroom depending on requirements, with log burner. A central stair leads to the first floor landing that runs along the rear of the property. The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room whilst bedrooms 2 and 3 are supported by a Jack and Jill family bathroom with separate shower. Completing the accommodation within 21 Lower Burnmouth is a stunning first floor sitting room. The sitting room has French doors out to a decked Patio to the rear which enjoys evening sunshine, a wood burning stove for those winter evenings and a floor to ceiling picture window overlooking the Bay, meaning your TV becomes redundant.
21 Lower Burnmouth has a mature and well establish terraced garden with many different areas to enjoy and is a wonderful feature of the property. A particularly lovely spot is the decked patio off the sitting room. This can be accessed either from the garden or directly from the sitting room.
Although on street parking is readily available directly outside 21 Lower Burnmouth, the property offers a double garage with a resin floor.
Ground Floor - Kitchen / Family Room, Dining Room / 4th Bedroom, Utility Room / W.C.
First Floor - Sitting Room, Master Bedroom (En-Suite Shower Room), Bedroom 2 (Jack &Jill Bathroom), Bedroom 3 / Home Office.
Outside - Terraced Garden, Decked Patio, Double Garage, Garden Store.
Berwick upon Tweed Train Station 6 Miles, Reston Train Station 6 Miles, Eyemouth 3 Miles, Coldingham 5.5 Miles, Edinburgh 51 miles, Newcastle upon Tyne 70 miles.
London Kings Cross station is around 3 hours 45 minutes by train and Edinburgh airport is a 75-minute drive. (all distances and times are approximate).
Lower Burnmouth is a fishing hamlet and working harbour which enjoys a fabulous and unique location on the east coast of the Scottish Borders in Berwickshire. The area is known locally for its abundance of natural beauty, wildlife and interesting geological formations, and forms part of the Burnmouth Coast SSSI. The Bay often sees dolphins and seals playing off the coast and when the tide is out there are many rock pooling and exploring opportunities along the shoreline.
The countryside surrounding Burnmouth is also particularly beautiful, with the historic and vibrant village of Coldingham only a few miles up the road, famous for its 15th century Priory. The general area around Burnmouth is well catered for with a village pub and Eyemouth offering some excellent local conveniences including a Co-op, local shops, restaurants and pubs together with well regarded local primary and secondary schooling. Further schooling is nearby with Belhaven Hill School in Dunbar and Longridge Towers School near Berwick, both very well thought of public schools in the area.
About 6 miles to the south is the historic market town of Berwick-upon-Tweed which is famous for its stunning architecture and is well serviced with local and national shops and five national supermarkets. 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.
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