£550,000 Guide price

The Barns, Norham, Berwick-upon-tweed, Berwick Upon Tweed, Borders, TD15 2JZ

5 bedroom terraced house for sale

Property Details

Charming 5-bed terraced barn conversion nestled in the sought after village of Norham. 2 The Barns offers a serene and secure living environment. With a beautiful garden and a garage, it's perfect for those seeking comfort and convenience.

The Barns is an exclusive development situated in the heart of the popular Northumberland Village of Norham. The development consists of 3 stone built conversions and 5 modern new build detached houses which are currently being built and developed by M. T Richardson, one of Northumberland’s leading developers. Phase 1, which is due to be finished towards the end of 2024 consists of 3 stone built conversions all finished to the highest standard.

Accommodation Comprises
Ground Floor:-Living Room, Dining Kitchen, Utility Room, Office, Cloakroom/WC
First Floor:- Principal Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom, Double Bedroom with En Suite,
3 Further Bedrooms, Family Bathroom.
Outside:- Garden Grounds, Ample Off Street Parking, Garage

Berwick upon Tweed 7 Miles, Coldstream 9 miles, Kelso 16 Miles, Edinburgh 63 miles, Newcastle upon Tyne 68 miles. (all distances are approximate).

Kitchens - Bespoke fully equipped kitchen individually designed with a range of high-quality integrated appliances.
Bathrooms and Ensuites - White sanitary ware complemented with taps and fittings. Silver finished shower enclosures with white shower trays, shower valves and heads. Thermostatic bath mixer with handheld shower and chrome towel warmers to bathroom and ensuite. Finished with wall and floor tiles in the bath, shower and floor areas.
Plumbing and Heating - Central heating provided by a high efficiency air source heat pump with radiators and underfloor heating to ground floor.
Lighting and Electrics - Energy efficient down lights to hall, kitchen, bathrooms and ensuites and energy efficient pendant lighting to bedrooms and living spaces. External energy efficient lighting fitted at entrance doors. Structured cabling for BT to all principal rooms. Mains wired (with battery backup) smoke detectors and carbon dioxide detectors throughout.
External - Monoblock driveway for numerous vehicles. Side garden turfed with a boundary hedge. Rear garden fully topsoiled and rotovated, and paved area as standard with a boundary wall. Cold-water tap.

Management Company
A management company has been established to look after the communal parts and grounds of the development. Each resident of The Barns Development will become a shareholder and will be liable for any costs the company will incur annually. The annual cost will cover communal light charges, the upkeep of the unadopted road off West Street, the upkeep of the archway, and the maintenance of communal garden grounds.

Area Insights
Norham lies on the northern edge of Northumberland, close to the market town of Berwick upon Tweed. The village lies on the banks of the River Tweed and is framed around a pretty village green. Norham is a thriving village with a wholesome community offering a wide range of events and clubs from fishing on the Tweed to a Historical society. A full list of events and clubs can be found on the Norham Life website ( Although nearby Berwick upon Tweed offers an excellent range of national supermarkets and services, the Village of Norham has a fantastic local shop, regionally renowned butcher, baker, two public houses which offer excellent food and even a gun shop which would all love your support. The village also offers a very highly regarded primary school, a doctor’s surgery on the village green, a daily postal van and a very well attended fish and chip van every Thursday evening.
Eight miles east of Norham is the nearby market town of Berwick upon Tweed which has further amenities and services including a wealth of cafes and restaurants, the Maltings Theatre and Cinema, a good choice of doctors and dental surgeries as well as a local hospital. Berwick also has an east coast main line railway station with regular trains to Edinburgh and London and schooling for all ages.
The region offers a range of popular attractions, including historical castles and villages to explore and a particularly stunning coastline. For those who enjoy cycling, the area offers four national routes from Norham and walking opportunities in the Northumberland National Park and Cheviot Hills which are all within a short drive. Permits for fly fishing (trout) are locally available on approximately 2 miles of both banks at Ladykirk and Norham.
The A1 trunk road which is nearby provides easy, commutable access to both Newcastle and Edinburgh. Both cities also offer international airports.

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  • Property added on 19 February 2024
  • Property sold (STCM) on 12 April 2024
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