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4 bedroom character property for sale

46 & 50 Main Street, Tweedmouth, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland, TD15

Under Offer £195,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Georgian House with unmodernised cottage
  • South facing town garden
  • Central location

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

46 Main Street, Tweedmouth is an early 18th century Grade II listed Georgian townhouse of great charm and interest. English Heritage suggest that the front of the building with its bays is a later addition to an earlier property but would have had direct views over the River to Berwick upon Tweed when first built. The property is currently arranged with four bedrooms and four reception rooms and while requiring some refurbishment, would offer any purchaser the opportunity of securing a spacious and fine period house. Inside, the property has great character and has retained a number of period features including fireplaces, some panelling, dado and picture rails and sash windows. No50 Main Street is an early 18th century cottage which is currently used as storage but could, subject to the usual consents, be converted for a number of purposes. The property is included in a painting by L S Lowry and noted on the Lowry Trail panel on Main Street.
Tweedmouth is located on the south side of the River Tweed just across the Old Bridge from Berwick upon Tweed and has a range of local shops and services including primary schooling and a surgery. The town of Berwick upon Tweed has a more comprehensive range of local services including shops, supermarkets and leisure facilities amongst which of note is the award winning Berwick Maltings Theatre. Berwick upon Tweed also has a mainline railway station which provides regular access to Edinburgh (40mins), Newcastle upon Tyne (45mins) and London (3hrs 40mins). The A1 is close by providing a link to both the local and national road network.
46 Main Street is well placed to enjoy the surrounding countryside of North Northumberland and the eastern Scottish Borders with some stunning countryside within easy reach, sandy beaches and towering cliff top walks. The area has a wide range of recreational opportunities on offer with fishing sailing, surfing and swimming on the coast and a good selection of golf courses including links courses, horse racing and traditional country pursuit¿s in-land.

The property has a stone front with round bays either side of the front door.

A fine front door with pilasters to the sides and entablature above.

Entrance hall with tiled floor

Reception Room 4.75m (15'7) X 3.70m (12'1)
With panelling below the dado rail, this formal reception room has a fireplace with tiled hearth and wooden surround with mantelpiece over. There is recessed shelved storage and an attractive bay window to the front.

Reception Room 4.79m (15'8) x 2.78m (9'1)
A similarly sized reception room but without the panelling. There is a fireplace which has a gas fire inset. The bay window to the front allows in plenty of natural light. There is a door leading through to the dining kitchen area.

Dining Room 5.04 (16'6) x 3.22m (10'7)
This is a great room with the oil fired Rayburn at one end occupying the place the original range would have been. There is original wooden flooring and a window looking out to the yard at the rear.

Kitchen 6.31m (20'8) x 2.99m (9'9)
With a range of fitted units providing good storage space and a gas hob with electric oven under. There is a stainless steel sink with side drainer, plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a fridge freezer. Doors lead out to the yard, to a useful larder / utility area with plumbing for a washing machine and further storage and a further door leads to a stairway that accesses the reception room above.

From the main hallway the stairs lead to a half landing.

With a white three piece suite comprising a lavatory, a free standing bath with mixer taps and shower over and a pedestal wash hand basin. This new suite is complemented by tiled flooring and walls.
Further stairs to the first floor landing.

Bedroom 4.78m (15'8) x 4.32m (14'2)
A well-proportioned double bedroom with a fireplace with tiled hearth and inset with surround and mantel piece over. Bay window.

Bedroom 4.76m (15'7) x 4.13m (13'6)
A further well-proportioned double bedroom with fireplace and bay window.

Bedroom / shower 4.32m (14'2) x 3.42m (11'2)
This room links the front of the house and the back reception room above the kitchen. It has a built in shower and shelved storage.

Back Reception 8.54m (28') x 3.22m (10'7)
A wonderful vaulted and beamed reception room that has direct access to the garden at the rear and an internal stair leading down to the kitchen. The room has windows overlooking the garden and yard at rear.

Stairs lead from the first landing to the top floor.

Bedroom 4.77m (15'8) x 4.10m (13'5)
A good sized double bedroom with fireplace, bay window to front and hatch opening into a small loft space.

Bedroom 4.77m (15'8) x 4.13m (13'6)
A further good sized double bedroom with bay window and fireplace.

The garden is a wonderful town garden being terraced over three levels with a patio immediately outside the property followed by a further terrace above which is lawned. While the garden has been well managed, some imaginative planting could really bring it to life and create a stunning yet manageable garden.

Stone Out Building
A useful single storey potting shed.

Access to No50
No50 Main Street
No50 is a small grade II listed early eighteenth century stone built cottage currently being used for storage but with huge potential for conversion into extra accommodation, home office or self-contained accommodation. The property has a ground floor with low ceiling and large attic space above. The roof is pan tiled and the property has a door leading through to, and a window opening out onto the side street. The property was painted by the notable artist L S Lowry and is detailed on the Lowry Trail information panel on Main Street Tweedmouth.

Mains Gas
Mains Water
Mains Sewerage

Energy Performance Certificate : none required as the building is listed
Council Tax banding - D

Joint Sole Agent Strutt and Parker 01670 516123


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