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3 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

Scotts Place, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland, TD15


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No7 Scott's Place is a charming Grade Two listed Georgian end of terrace town house which offers balanced accommodation over two floors. The house has two good sized reception rooms with original features, a modern kitchen, a utility area and a cellar. Upstairs there are three good sized double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside at the rear is a paved back yard which is perfect for a table and chairs. The house has sash windows, all replaced 'like for like' within the past ten years and most of which have the original shutters and there is an open fire in the reception room. The current owners have comprehensively upgraded the house to a high level throughout. No7 Scott's Place offers a purchaser the opportunity of buying a wonderful and characterful period town house in a central location.

Berwick upon Tweed is England's most northerly town located close to the Scottish Border. The town is the principal town of North Northumberland and the eastern Scottish Borders. Berwick has a comprehensive range of shops and leisure facilities, most of which are a short walk from No7 Scott's Place. These include a range of national and local retailers, the award winning Berwick Maltings Theatre, pubs and restaurants. The station, on the east coast mainline, is close by and has regular services to Newcastle upon Tyne (45mins), Edinburgh (40mins), London and intervening stations. Berwick has numerous beaches by the town and good access to the stunning surrounding countryside with the Cheviot Hills and Northumberland National Park to the south and the Lammermuir Hills to the north. There are a number of golf courses in the immediate area and a wealth of further recreational opportunities including, swimming, sailing, hillwalking and fishing on the world famous River Tweed.
Scott's Place is located just to the north of the Elizabethan Town Walls and the green open spaces around the walls are a short walk away. The row of numbers 1-7 Scott's Place are listed with the annotation, 'a row of circa 18th Century or 19th Century houses, constructed with ashlar, rusticated quoins, moulded cornices, pan tiled roofs, scrolled footstones.'

Front door
With wooden flooring and stairs to the first floor.

Reception Room 4.28m (14') x 3.98m (13'1)
A good sized reception room with an open fire which has a wooden surround and mantel piece over. There is a sash window to the front with working shutters, cornicing and a ceiling rose.

Reception room / Dining Room 4.23m (13'10) x 3.92m (12'11)
A similarly sized room with a fireplace which has a gas fire inset and wooden surround with mantel piece over. The fire could be opened up should any purchaser require. A door leads from the reception room into the kitchen hence this room is currently being used as a dining room.

Kitchen 3.91m (12'10) x 3.62m (11'10)
A modern fitted kitchen with a range of storage units, a stainless steel sink with side drainer, ample work surfaces and an integrated dish washer.
There is space in the kitchen for a small table and chairs and it also has a fireplace in which is a wood burning stove.
A door leads out into a corridor at one end of which is a utility area. The utility area has a plumbing point for a washing machine and space for a tumble drier. There is a wall mounted gas combination boiler. A trap door provides access to a cellar space which has limited head height but provides useful storage. A door accesses the rear yard.

The staircase rises from the hallway to the landing area which is lit by a large sash window to the rear.

Master Bedroom 4.33m (14'2) x 4.25m (13'11)
A good sized double bedroom with a sash window to front, original shutters, cornicing and ceiling rose. There is a press cupboard providing useful storage space.

Double bedroom 4.27m (14') x 3.72m (12'2)
A double bedroom with sash window and shutters.

A modern family bathroom with a lavatory, pedestal wash basin and bath with shower over.

Double Bedroom 4.04m (13'3) x 3.80m (12'5)
This double bedroom is to the rear of the house and has the same period features as the other bedrooms.
There is a paved yard to the rear of the house with plenty of room for a table and chairs and barbeque area. There is a built in store cupboard which has plumbing and power.

Mains gas
Mains electricity
Mains water and sewage

EPC: None required
Council Tax: B


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11 September 2015

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