4 bedroom commercial property for sale
65 High Street, Coldstream, TD12
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Distances are straight line measurements
- Shop Premises
- BASEMENT ACCOMMODATION
- Sitting/Dining Room
- FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
- Master Bedroom Suite
- SECOND FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
- Two Bedrooms
- Shower Room
Coldstream is well known as the gateway to Scotland and is set on the banks of the River Tweed with beautiful walks along the riverside and in the nearby Hirsel Country Estate. Local attractions include an 18-hole golf course and woodland walks around the Hirsel Estate, tennis courts and riding with Tweed fishing, walking in the Cheviot Hills and lovely unspoilt beaches on the Berwickshire coast. Coldstream town offers good primary education, a variety of shops and is well placed for easy commuting to both Edinburgh and Newcastle via the mainline station at Berwick upon Tweed only 20 minutes away.
Decorative black painted railings with separate shop entrance and glazed door with windows either side. Traditional panelled entrance door with original transom window over.
Coat hanging. Recessed lighting. Cornicing. High ceilings. Electric meters and fuse boxes. Small pane glazed door to hall.
Fitted with oak flooring and again with high ceilings and cornicing. Original stone staircase to basement with black painted astragals and handrail. High ceiling. Cornicing. Spotlighting. Power point. Panelled door to front shop.
SHOP PREMISES 7.80m x 4.35m (max) ( 25’5” x 14’2”)
Glazed entrance door with deep sill glazed windows on either side. A good sized front and rear shop with permission in place to reinstate as residential accommodation. Track spotlighting. Glazed double doors to conservatory.
GARDEN ROOM 3.50m x 2.65m ( 11’4” x 8’6”)
Currently serving as an office this is a traditional conservatory with central heating and insulated roof, idea for all year round use. Hardwood surrounds and French doors to garden. Light, power and telephone with pleasant outlooks to courtyard garden.
Carpeted stone stairs lead down to the converted basement with mid-landing garden door and hall with exposed stone wall. Spotlighting. Central heating radiator. Oak floor. Basement storage within further entrance vestibule and outside door with potential to open up the original basement entrance to front. Part glazed door to:-
SITTING ROOM/DINING ROOM 4.50m x 4.30m (14’7” x 14’1”)
Shuttered basement windows to front with matching part glazed double doors to adjoining kitchen. Presently used as a sitting room and ideally located for formal dining. High skirtings. Central heating radiator. Lamp sockets on switch. Matching fitted oak flooring.
KITCHEN 3.45m x 3.00m (11’3” X 9’8”)
Contemporary kitchen with cream fronted shaker style units and brushed steel splashbacks and handles. Integral appliances include double oven, hob with fitted extractor and cooker hood over, fridge, dishwasher and sink with swan neck tap. Contemporary worktops matching deep sill window to rear. Combi boiler concealed within unit. Under lighting and triple ceiling spotlight. Space for table and chairs. Below sill radiator. Ceramic tiled floor.
Situated below stairs with plumbing and space for washing machine. Power point. Tiled floor and shelved storage.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
Original stone staircase with mid-landing window, wall light and part glazed door to first floor landing. Radiator. Ceiling light.
MASTER BEDROOM SUITE 3.60m x 4.50m ( 11’8” X 14’7”)
A generous suite of rooms with twin original panelled sash and case windows to front. High ceilings and skirtings. Cornicing. Shelved storage. Plaster ceiling rose. Central heating radiator. Part glazed door to adjoining dressing room.
DRESSING ROOM / BEDROOM
3.15m x 3.60m ( 10’3” X 11’8”)
Fitted with contemporary full sized wardrobes on either side and further panelled window to rear again with working shutters. Currently used as a dressing room but ideal for use as an additional bedroom if preferred. Centre spotlight fitting. Central heating radiator.
Within the master suite with door off landing to private connecting hall. Period style bathroom including roll-top bath on claw legs, pedestal sink, wc, bathroom cabinet and further sash and case window to front with working shutters. Central heating radiator with stainless steel towel rail over. Candelabra style light fitting.
Timber staircase with skylight over leading to further suite of rooms. Wardrobe cupboard on top landing with sliding doors and shelved storage.
SITTING ROOM / BEDROOM
3.50m x 2.85m ( 11’4” X 9’3”)
Enjoying fine views over the rooftops to the Cheviot Hills and partial views of the Tweed. The sitting room provides an escape ideal for extended family, studio use or as an additional bedroom if required. Modern double glazed dormer windows to front. A good sized sitting area with TV point, ample power points and central heating radiator. Open to:-
DOUBLE BEDROOM 3.50m x 2.95m ( 11’4” X 9’6”)
Further double bedroom again with modern double glazed windows to rear with outlooks over rooftops.
Modern suite with wc, pedestal sink, tiled walls and fully tiled shower cabinet with electric shower. Chrome vertical towel rail. Centre spotlight fitting. Double glazed modesty window.
Courtyard garden to rear.
The carpets, curtains, modern light fittings and integral appliances are included in the sale.
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage.
To be arranged strictly through the Selling Agents.
PRICE and MARKETING POLICY
Asking Price £205,000. Offers should be submitted to the Selling Agents Messrs Hastings & Co, The Property Shop, 28 The Square, Kelso, TD5 7HH, 01573 225 999, Fax 01573 229888. The seller reserves the right to sell at any time and interested parties will be expected to provide the Selling Agents with advice on the source of funds with suitable confirmation of their ability to finance the purchase. Viewers should be advised that even after an acceptable written offer has been received, in the event of any unreasonable delay by the purchaser in concluding missives, the Selling Agents reserve the right to resume viewings.
All measurements are approximate and are taken at the widest point. Whilst these particulars have been carefully prepared, no guarantee is given as to their accuracy and they shall not form part of any contract to follow hereon.
Distances are straight line measurements