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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Cockburnspath, Berwickshire, TD13


Property Description

Key features

  • Charming family home
  • Period property
  • Open fires
  • Beautifully restored
  • Immaculately presented
  • Good outside entertainment space
  • Easy commute to Edinburgh
  • Viewing highly recommended

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Seaview is a charming three bedroom semi detached house located in the centre of this picturesque conservation village near the stunning Berwickshire coastline. The house has well balanced accommodation with a kitchen dining room and two reception rooms on the ground floor and three double bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs. Seaview is in wonderful condition internally and has many original features including open fireplaces, cornicing and ceiling roses. Outside there is a parking space, a terraced garden and a stone built detached outbuilding which was a garage but has been altered by the current owners to provide an extra entertaining space with power and a log burner. This space could easily be converted into a home office or studio should any purchaser wish.

Cockburnspath is a charming conservation village with a primary school and local shop. The village is close to the stunning Berwickshire coastline with its cliff top walks and access to sandy beaches. The A1 is close providing easy access to the local town of Dunbar which has a comprehensive range of shops, schools and leisure facilities. Dunbar also has a railway station which provides a regular service to Edinburgh. The A1 provides good access to Edinburgh to the north and Berwick upon Tweed and Newcastle upon Tyne to the south.

The area has a wide range of leisure opportunities with golf courses, beaches and open country in the Lammermuir Hills on the door step.

The house is normally accessed by the rear door.
Door to porch which is part glazed with radiator.
Door to hallway

Utility Room 3.39m (11'1) x 1.38m (4'6)
With a lavatory, wash hand basin, plumbing for washing machine and space for a tumble drier.

Under stairs cupboard

Kitchen Diner 5.23m (17'2) x 4.51m (14'9)
This is a welcoming room with an open fireplace, plenty of room for a large dining room table and kitchen with a range of fitted storage units. There is a gas range with extractor over, a stainless steel sink with one and a half bowls and side drainer and space for a fridge freezer.

Reception Room 4.47m (14'8) x 4.03m (13'3)
This is a well-proportioned reception room with a lovely open fireplace with wooden surround and mantel piece over. The walls are half panelled and the flooring is an oak hardwood. The room has power points and a television and telephone socket. A door leads through into the front hall.

Front hall with original Victorian tiled floor and original wooden front door which opens into the street.

Reception Room 4.48m (14'8) x 2.89m (9'1)
A smaller reception room with an original fireplace, cornicing and picture rail with window to the front.

Stairs to landing
With access hatch to loft space.

Linen cupboard
A good sized walk in cupboard with shelving.

Double Bedroom 3.91m (12'10) x 3.35m (10'11)
A good sized double bedroom with view to the side over towards the church.

Double Bedroom 4.59m (15') x 4.06m (13'4)
A double bedroom located at the front of the house with views over the village square and beyond.

Family Bathroom
The family bathroom has a four piece suite with a corner shower, a free standing bath, lavatory and a pedestal wash hand basin.

Double Bedroom 4.58m (15') x 4.05m (13'3)
A double bedroom located at the front of the house with an original open fireplace.

There is a car parking space to the side.
Steps lead up to a south facing patio garden which offers good outside entertaining space. Being a sheltered south facing garden, the area is a sun trap and has flower borders to the sides.
Oil Tank
External oil fired boiler

Stone built outbuilding 6.09m (19'11) x 3.70m (12'1)
This is a versatile building which having been converted from the garage, now has double doors opening onto the patio. Inside there is a log burner and power.

Mains water and sewerage
Mains electricity
Bottled gas for the cooker

Energy Performance Rating: E
Council Tax Band: D


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Added on Rightmove:
05 November 2015

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