£425,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|8 June 2007||£363,333||N/A|
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Greenwood Lodge is a charming four bedroom modern detached house with open views over the surrounding countryside.
Greenwood Lodge is a charming four bedroom modern detached house with open views over the surrounding countryside. Built around 1980, Greenwood Lodge is within a short walk of all the amenities and services the town has to offer, including a highly regarded Primary School. The property is accessed up a carriageway driveway, suitable for three or four cars. Greenwood Lodge is double glazed throughout and offers generous and versatile accommodation which is all well presented. Extending to around 2512 Sq F / 233 Sq M, the property flows naturally from room to room and comprises of three lovely public rooms, a family kitchen / breakfast room, a downstairs shower room and a utility room. A central stair from the reception hallway leads to the first floor landing which has four very comfortable double bedrooms. The master bedroom offers an en-suite shower room, whilst bedrooms two, three and four are supported by a family bathroom with a separate shower.
Greenwood Lodge sits in the middle of mature garden grounds, in the main enclosed by hedging. To the front is a large carriageway driveway suitable for three of four vehicles, a double garage, a pretty front and back garden and a south east facing patio off the sun room.
Ground Floor - Vestibule, Reception Hallway, Kitchen / Breakfast Room, Family Sitting Room, Dining Room, Drawing Room, Conservatory / Sun Room, Utility Room, Shower Room / W.C.
First Floor - Landing, Master Bedroom (En-Suite), 3 Further Bedrooms, Family Bathroom.
Outside - Carriageway Driveway, Ample Off Street Parking, Double Garage, Garden Grounds, Patio, Shed, Open Views.
Reston Train Station 3 miles, Eyemouth 2.5 miles, Berwick upon Tweed Train Station 7.5 miles, Edinburgh 49 miles, Newcastle upon Tyne 71 miles. (all distances are approximate).
Greenwood Lodge is tucked away on Beanburn Road in the attractive village of Ayton, in the Scottish Borders. The property is within an easy walk of the village which offers all the amenities one would expect from a thriving Borders village including a primary school, village hall, play park, an excellent well stocked local shop and post office, and Ayton Castle with its abundant walks and attractions. The new Reston Train Station which is a sub-station of the main East Coastline connecting London to Aberdeen; this will make commuting to Newcastle or Edinburgh very quick and easy. Ayton Primary School has an excellent reputation with the High School in Eyemouth also being highly thought of and is situated nearby. Belhaven Hill School in Dunbar and Longridge Towers School near Berwick are both very well regarded public schools in the area.
There are a number of larger towns near Ayton, the closest being Eyemouth which is approximately 2.5 miles northeast. Eyemouth is a fishing port with a picturesque harbour and a sandy beach. It has an excellent range of amenities including a Co-op supermarket and a range of local shops including a first-class butcher, home bakery and fishmonger. Leisure facilities include a swimming pool and fitness centre, several public houses, and restaurants and marine activities such as diving.
The historic market town of Berwick upon Tweed lies 8 miles south of Ayton just off the A1 and in Northumberland. Berwick houses all the major supermarket chains, good local shopping, a number of historical attractions within its medieval walls, numerous restaurants and cafes and the Maltings arts centre.
The surrounding countryside offers an excellent choice of attractions such as castles, including Ayton castle and historic houses. Close to Ayton are the beautiful coastlines around St Abbs and Coldingham. North Northumberland, the Cheviot Hills and Northumberland National Park are a short drive away.
Country and sporting pursuits are widely available and there are several golf courses within a short drive including Eyemouth, Dunbar, Goswick and Magdalene Fields in Berwick.
Ayton is a quiet, attractive and peaceful village but offers excellent links to Edinburgh, Newcastle and even London. The A1 trunk road provides easy commutable access to Scotland's capital city and Newcastle which Berwick upon Tweed's mainline train station offers a regular service up and down the country, with London being only a 3 ½ hour journey away.
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