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Swallowdene Horndean, Berwick Upon Tweed, Borders, TD15 1XJ

3 bedroom detached house for sale

Property Details

Swallowdene is a charming three bedroom detached house offering beautifully presented accommodation and stunning far reaching rural views of North Northumberland and Cheviot Hills. Situated in the pretty hamlet of Horndean, the property is about 1829 Sq Ft / 170 Sq M and in immaculate condition throughout. Swallowdene is a highly efficient property offering under floor heating to the ground floor and a heat recovery system throughout. Swallowdene sits in the middle of attractive and secure garden grounds and offers ample off street parking.

Property Description
Swallowdene is a charming three bedroom detached house offering beautifully presented accommodation and stunning far reaching rural views of North Northumberland and Cheviot Hills. Situated in the pretty hamlet of Horndean, the property is about 1829 Sq Ft / 170 Sq M and in immaculate condition throughout. Swallowdene is a highly efficient property offering under floor heating to the ground floor and a heat recovery system throughout. The accommodation flows naturally from room to room and comprises of a large open plan sitting room with bi-fold doors which open out to a South facing garden overlooking ridge and furrow fields. The sitting room leads into the dining room and in turn the kitchen which offers a central island, a range of wall and base kitchen cupboards and integral appliances including an instant hot water tap. Downstairs accommodation is supported by a utility room which offers access outside and a W.C which supports the public space on the ground floor.
A stair from the reception hallway leads to the first floor landing. Off the landing there are three double bedrooms, two of which offer private en-suite shower rooms with the third double bedroom being supported by a large family bathroom. The main bedroom includes double doors with Juliette Balcony offering South facing rural views of North Northumberland and Cheviot Hills.
Swallowdene sits in the middle of attractive and secure garden grounds and offers ample off street parking. Off the sitting room there is a south facing patio, pergola, and lawned garden, an ideal spot for summer BBQ's. On the other side of the property is a pretty, west facing summer/winter house which has a wood burning stove to allow you to watch the sun set all year round. The garden also offers a rain water harvesting system.

Accommodation Comprises
Ground Floor - Vestibule, Reception Hallway, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, W.C.
First Floor - Landing, Principal Bedroom (En-Suite), Bedroom 2 (En-Suite), Bedroom 3, Family Bathroom.
Outside - Private Garden Grounds, Off Street Parking, Garden Sheds, Summer House, Patio.

Distances
Norham 3 miles, Berwick upon Tweed 8 Miles, Paxton 4 miles, Kelso 16 Miles, Edinburgh 52 miles, Newcastle upon Tyne 68 miles. (all distances are approximate).

Area Insights
Swallowdene is positioned on the southern edge of the charming and pretty hamlet of Horndean. It is a quiet hamlet enjoying a semi-rural situation, close to the popular Northumberland village of Norham and the Borders village of Paxton.
Norham which is only a couple of miles to the south, offers a wholesome community and 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 (https://www.norhamlife.co.uk). 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 friendly pubs 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 Horndean 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. There is also schooling for all ages including the well-regarded private school of Longridge Towers.
The region offers a range of popular attractions, including historical castles and villages to explore and a particularly stunning coastline to enjoy. For those who enjoy slightly more challenging walking opportunities, the Northumberland National Park and Cheviot Hills are within a short drive. Permits for fly and bait fishing for trout and coarse fish are available at Ladykirk and Norham.
Berwick-Upon-Tweed offers a mainline railway station which has regular trains to Edinburgh, Newcastle and London. Both Edinburgh and Newcastle are sub one hour travel time and London is circa 3 hours and 45 minutes. There is also the A1 trunk road which bypasses the town and provides easy access to both north and south respectively.

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  • Property added on 11 March 2024
  • Property sold (STCM) on 20 March 2024
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