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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Tweedbank, Tweed Terrace, Coldstream, Berwickshire, TD12 4AG

Offers in Region of £295,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Stunning Townhouse
  • Fine Views
  • Basement and Attic Accommodation
  • Generous South Facing Garden

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

'Tweedbank' is an exceptional detached Victorian property; dating from around 1870. Arguably one of the most prominent properties within Coldstream and occupying one of the most enviable positions with southerly outlooks to the rear directly over the River Tweed and towards the Cheviots and Flodden Battle Field in the distance. The accommodation throughout is remarkable with many original features having been retained and with intricate detailing throughout including the exquisite cornicing, ceiling roses and marble fireplaces. Tweedbank is currently vacant and offers an extremely rare opportunity for someone to sympathetically upgrade the property to reinstate its original grandeur and splendour which is still apparent throughout but does now require some delicate restoration to restore it to its former glory.

LOCATION
Coldstream itself 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 sports include an 18-hole golf course at the Hirsel, tennis courts, horse riding and fishing on the Tweed. It also provides easy access to large variety of walks within the Northumberland National Park and lovely unspoilt beaches on the Berwickshire coast. Coldstream town offers good primary schools and easy access to secondary schools, 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

ACCOMMODATION SUMMARY
BASEMENT: Large Basement Compartment
GROUND FLOOR: Entrance Vestibule, Reception Hall, Dining Room, Library, Dining Kitchen, Larder, Double Bedroom with Adjoining Shower Room
FIRST FLOOR: Large Landing, Drawing Room, Four Bedrooms and Bathroom
SECOND FLOOR: Large Attic Room/Bedroom with Walk In Storage
EXTERNAL: Private Walled Garden Grounds Overlooking The River Tweed.

ENTRANCE
A small planted area of garden flanked by low level hedging lies to the front of the property with double width paved path extending to the imposing arched front entrance door.

ENTRANCE VESTIBULE
Traditional double timber entrance door with arched glazed transom over opens into the vestibule with decorative detailing to dado height and original mosaic tiled flooring. Part glazed internal door with decoratively glazed side panels and transom opens into:-

RECEPTION HALL
This is a most impressive reception hall oozing grandeur and character featuring the original staircase with cast iron balustrade extending to the midway landing with floor to ceiling stained glass window over. Fitted carpet. Ceiling light. Central heating radiator. Power points.

DINING ROOM /SITTING ROOM
5.00m x 5.70m (16'5" x 18'8")
Boasting the most intricate of cornicing and complimentary ceiling rose; this impressive room features a triple timber lined bay window to the front with original working window shutters. A further fantastic feature is provided by the marble fireplace to one wall with detailed cast iron inset and tiled hearth. This well proportioned room is ideal for entertaining and the past would have been used for hosting banquets and such like. Central heating radiators. Pendant ceiling light. Power points.

LIBRARY /DINING ROOM
4.80m x 3.50m (15'9" x 11'6")
Also featuring a timber lined bay window to the front with working window shutters; this room makes for a magnificent library/home office and again features a beautiful marble fireplace to one wall. Built-in shelved cupboard to the rear of the room provides excellent storage. Ceiling light. Central heating radiators. Power points.

REAR HALL
Extending off the reception hall and with large walk-in larder style cupboard with side facing window and timber door allowing access from the side of the property.

KITCHEN & LARDER 4.15m x 4.41m (13'7" x 14'6")
Absolutely flooded with natural light thanks to the south facing position and the double rear facing windows overlooking the garden with views to the Tweed beyond. A fantastic focal point to the room is provided by the oil fired Aga which is recessed into a tiled alcove with further shelved recess to the side. This room features traditionally high ceilings with original clothes pulley and has access to the rear into the adjoining larder with further rear window, wall mounted shelving and staircase down to the basement.

BASEMENT
Steps from the rear larder extend down to the basement area which has been largely used as storage but provides a fantastic opportunity for further development.

DOWNSTAIRS BEDROOM
2.95m x 4.42m (9'8" x 14'6")
A useful ground floor double bedroom with good natural light provided by the large south facing window. Feature marble fireplace. Fitted carpet. Ceiling light. Central heating radiator.

SHOWER ROOM 1.86m x 2.80m (6'1" x 9'2")
Conveniently located next to the downstairs bedroom and fitted with a modern suite comprising white WC, pedestal sink and walk in corner shower cubicle with wet wall panelling. South facing window with working shutters. Built-in storage. Extractor fan. Vinyl flooring.

UPPER ACCOMMODATION
The impressive winding staircase with cast iron balustrade leads to a midway landing which is flooding with natural light and features a floor to ceiling stained glass window to the rear. Further steps then extend onto the main landing on the first floor which is particularly generously proportioned with high ceilings and cornicing. Ceiling light. Central heating radiator. Power points.

DRAWING ROOM /BEDROOM
5.79m x 4.95m (19'0" x 16'2")
A truly impressive room situated to the rear of the property with magnificent triple bay window overlooking the garden with direct views of the River Tweed, Marjoribanks Monument and Flodden Battle Field in the distance. This room is flooded with natural light and again boasts fantastic period features including intricate ceiling rose and matching cornicing with open marble coal fire to one wall. Fitted carpet. Ceiling light and wall mounted lighting. Central heating radiator. Power points.

BEDROOM ONE 4.43m x 5.12m (14'6" x 16'10")
A particularly spacious bedroom with large timber lined bay window to the front of the room with working window shutters and marble fireplace to one wall. Fitted carpet. Ceiling light. Central heating radiator.

BEDROOM TWO 4.29m x 4.53m (14'1" x 14'10")
Again enjoying a pleasant aspect to the front of the property with double front facing windows. Feature fireplace and built-in shelved press. Laminate flooring. Ceiling light. Central heating radiator.

BEDROOM THREE 2.84 x 4.59m (9'4" x 15'1")
Enjoying a southerly outlook to the rear over the garden and towards the Tweed. Feature marble fireplace to one wall. Ceiling light. Central heating radiator.

BEDROOM FOUR 2.47m x 2.55m (8'1" x 8'4")
A very pleasant single bedroom or equally well suited as a home office if required with double sash and case front windows with window shutters. Ceiling light.

BATHROOM 1.47m x 3.14m (4'10" x 10'4")
Fitted with a white WC, pedestal sink and enamel bath. South facing deep sill window to the rear. Fitted carpet. Ceiling light.

SECOND FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
A door from the first floor landing opens into a timber staircase which extends to the accommodation at second floor level which is believed to have originally been the maid's accommodation.

LARGE ATTIC ROOM/BEDROOM
4.94m x 3.62m (16'2" x 11'11")
The attic room is well proportioned with a floor to ceiling south facing window to the rear giving access to a sun deck. Built-in cupboards to one wall provide good storage. In addition two further walk in cupboards are accessed off the small second floor landing.

EXTERNAL
The property occupies an impressive and rarely available south facing plot with extensive garden grounds extending to the rear. Having been stocked with an abundance of established flowers and shrubs in the past the garden is now a blank canvas for re-landscaping but most importantly features excellent privacy, walled surround, sun throughout the day and the most notable feature of all is the direct views over the River Tweed taking in the Marjoribanks Monument, the Tweed Green and Flodden Field in the distance.

SERVICES
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating.

COUNCIL TAX
BandF

ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Rating F

VIEWING AND HOME REPORT
To arrange a viewing or request a copy of the Home Report contact the selling agents, Hastings Property on 01573-225999-lines open until 10pm 7 days a week.

PRICE and MARKETING POLICY
Offers In The Region of 295,000 are invited and should be submitted to the Selling Agents, Hastings Property Shop, 28 The Square, Kelso, TD5 7HH, 01573 225999, 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.


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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
17 February 2016

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