5 bedroom detached house for saleGrantshouse,TD11
Kirkside is a spacious detached late Victorian stone built manse that offers well balanced family accommodation over two floors with pleasant gardens and a large stone outbuilding. The house has a wealth of original features with open fireplaces, sash windows with shutters and a wonderful tiled floor in the impressive hallway. The property comprises on the ground floor of two large reception rooms, a study, shower room, WC and a kitchen breakfast room. Upstairs there are five bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside, the property has a good sized garden and a very useful stone built outbuilding that would at one time served as stables. The property is heated via an oil fired central heating and hot water boiler and is partially double glazed.
Kirkside is located in the centre of the Berwickshire village of Grantshouse which borders the A1 some 16 miles north of the area¿s principal town of Berwick upon Tweed. Grantshouse is some 11 miles from Duns, the old county town of Berwick upon Tweed. Duns has a comprehensive range of local services and facilities including the new Berwickshire High School.
The area¿s largest town is Berwick upon Tweed some 7 miles away and has a comprehensive range of shops and services including an East Coast mainline station which has a regular service to Edinburgh (40mins) and Newcastle upon Tyne (45mins). There is a choice of schooling locally with primary schools in Coldingham and nearby Reston and secondary schooling at Duns and Eyemouth in the new High Schools. Private schooling is available at Longridge Towers just outside Berwick upon Tweed, and Belhaven Hill Preparatory School at Dunbar.
Berwickshire and the Eastern Borders is an area rich in history and enjoys a wide range of leisure opportunities. The coast offers swimming, sailing, scuba diving and cliff top walks or the pleasure of exploring the sandy bays. Inland, the Lammermuir Hills offer wide open spaces for hillwalking and country pursuits and the nearby world famous River Tweed is noted for its salmon fishing.
Welcoming entrance vestibule with original tiled flooring and door through to the main hallway.
This is an impressive hallway with a tiled floor and doors leading off to the principal rooms. A sweeping staircase leads up from the hallway to the first floor.
Reception Room 4.83m (15'10) x 4.02m (13'2)
Currently used as a dining room, this bright dual aspect room is located at the front of the house overlooking the garden. There is a fireplace, sash windows with original shutters, coving and dado rail.
Reception Room 5.15m (16'11) x 4.59m (15'10)
The second reception room is slightly larger than the first but similarly dual aspect. The sash windows have working shutters and there is a fireplace with wooden surround and mantel piece over and an ornate tiled inset.
A door from the hall accesses a rear vestibule that has a back door into the garden.
Under stair storage cupboard.
An arch leads through to a rear hallway from which the kitchen and study are accessed.
Large storage cupboard.
Kitchen Breakfast room 3.83m (12'6) x 3.56m (11'8)
A bright kitchen breakfast room with a range of fitted units providing useful storage. There is a stainless steel sink with side drainer, ample work surfaces, an electric hob with extractor over and an integrated double oven. There is plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine and space for a fridge freezer. A large window looks out over the garden to the side.
Rear Study 2.82m (9'3) x 2.61m (8'6)
A useful study or occasional bedroom with telephone point.
With a lavatory and wash hand basin.
With tiled shower, WC and wash hand basin.
Stairs to half landing
With a panel enclosed bath, a wash basin and a lavatory.
Stair to landing
Bedroom 3.93m (12'10) x 3.89m (12'9)
A good sized single aspect bedroom with windows overlooking the gardens to the side.
A generous airing cupboard with shelving, housing the hot water tanks, and a ladder accessing the loft space.
A further cupboard providing excellent storage space.
Bedroom 4.84m (15'10) x 4.00m (13'1)
A well-proportioned dual aspect double bedroom.
Bedroom 5.07m (16'6) x 3.86m (12'8)
A further good sized dual aspect double bedroom currently used as the master bedroom.
Cot Room 2.56m (8'5) x 1.75m (5'9)
A small single bedroom or study with window overlooking the side garden.
Bedroom 4.13m (13'6) x 2.64m (8'8)
A further good sized double bedroom.
The house has its own driveway and gardens which are predominantly to the front and south facing. They are currently mainly lawn with some borders, a pond and mature shrubs.
Stone Built Outbuilding 10.39m (34'1) x 4.30m (14'1)
This stone built barn was probably originally built as stables and now provides a wonderful space that could, subject to permissions, be utilised as office, studio or games room.
Oil Fired Central Heating and Hot water
Mains Water and Drainage
Energy performance Certificate: E
Council Tax Band: F
IF YOU ARE THINKING OF SELLING OR LETTING YOUR OWN PROPERTY IN THIS AREA, PLEASE CONTACT US AT EDWIN THOMPSON ON 01289 304432.
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