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Branxton, Cornhill-on-Tweed, Northumberland
Well House Portfolio is a rare opportunity to purchase:Well House - a four bedroom family house * Mercator - a one bedroom architect designed eco-cottage * 12 acres of land
The Well House Portfolio is situated on the outskirts of the picturesque hamlet of Branxton with views to Flodden Hill and the Flodden memorial cross, which lies across one field from the property, and north over rolling countryside to the Scottish Border and the Eildon Hills. Buyers are offered the opportunity to purchase either a private family home, with a guest cottage and pony paddock, or to run a small holiday business from their family home on site.
Well House is a charming three/four bedroom farmhouse providing spacious living accommodation including two formal reception rooms and four bedrooms (one ground floor). The property requires some modernisation but benefits from uPVC double glazing and oil fired central heating. To the rear is an enclosed rear garden with mature trees and shrubs.
Mercator is an entirely self-contained eco-house and benefits from solar panelled heating and high levels of insulation as well as a separately enclosed garden and private parking. The property would be ideal as a holiday cottage or as ancillary accommodation to the main house.
The land is largely level but with the Pallins Burn flowing through, providing natural water, enclosed by post and wire fence and has good vehicular access from the road.
Branxton is a picturesque village with primary school facilities at nearby Cornhill-on-Tweed. The parish church, dedicated to Saint Paul, occupies the site of an ancient church which was taken down and replaced by the present structure in 1849. The village boasts a painted-concrete menagerie - a fascinating piece of popular art. The nearby Flodden memorial cross is a monument to more turbulent times when King James declared war on England. The utter tranquillity of the gently rolling fields now makes it hard to believe that over 14,000 soldiers and the Scottish king James IV died in battle on one day. Both armies would almost certainly have marched through the land that now belongs to Well House.
Located only 16 miles from Berwick, with its main line railway station, the portfolio is well placed for travelling to both Edinburgh (53 miles) and Newcastle (55 miles) with their international airports.
Strictly by appointment with Smiths Gore Berwick-Upon-Tweed office.
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i) The description and photographs are for guidance only and are not a complete representation of the property.
ii) Plans are not to scale, are for guidance only and do not form part of the contract.
iii) Services and any appliances referred to have not been tested, and cannot be verified as being in working order.
iv) No survey of any part of the property has been carried out by the Vendor or Smiths Gore.
v) Measurements are approximate and must not be relied upon. Maximum appropriate room sizes are generally given, to the nearest 0.1 metres. Outbuildings are measured externally (unless otherwise stated) to the nearest 0.5 metres. For convenience, an approximate Imperial equivalent is also given.
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