3 bedroom detached house for saleThe Stables, Cornhill On Tweed, Northumberland
Guide Price £225,000
Scandinavian style timber built house comprising: 3 bedrooms, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, utility room, family bathroom en-suite wet room to master bedroom. Balcony to master bedroom and veranda to front. • Paddock of around .75 acres to the west of the property • Partially prepared base for a 20 x 40m arena directly in front of house (to the west) • Yard comprising 9 loose boxes (5 stables are 10 x 12, 1 stable is 10 x 10, 3 stables are 14 x 12 (approx.), secure tack room, feed room, hay/storage sheds • Foaling box with surveillance camera • Large shed/workshop • Ample parking for cars/boxes • Further land may be available by separate negotiation.
Cornhill is situated on the banks of the Tweed and is ideally positioned for exploring the beautiful Northumberland countryside. It is surrounded by rolling fields and bordered by the Cheviot Hills to the south. Served by the A697 trunk road linking Newcastle to Edinburgh, Cornhill-on-Tweed has provides easy access to Edinburgh and Newcastle airports and the mainline east coast rail service is available from Berwick-upon-Tweed just 13 miles away.
Cornhill-on-Tweed has a hugely popular village store as well as the long established Collingwood Arms Hotel which has seasonal sporting visitors as well as its local clientele.
The Stables, once the Borders Riding School, is a small holding just off the A697 at Cornhill-on-Tweed. The current owner built the Scandinavian timber house in 2004 and currently has the site adapted to suit an equestrian lifestyle. Although having to shelve plans to develop the area immediately in front of the property to provide an arena for schooling, there is plenty of scope to proceed and complete the project.
The site is approached from the road by a 5 bar gate and a private drive which leads to the property (with areas either side for parking/unloading) and to a paddock of around .75 acres. There are storage sheds on each side, one of a particularly good size for vehicle storage. The yard comprises of 9 loose boxes (5 stables are 10 x 12, 1 stable is 10 x 10, 3 stables are 14 x 12 (approx.). In addition, there is a foaling box (with surveillance camera), secure tack room, feed room and hay/storage sheds. Further land may be available by separate negotiation. The house was completed in 2004 to prevailing regulations. To the ground floor, the entrance hall is accessed via a covered veranda. There is a double aspect sitting room with stairs rising to the first floor. Doors lead from the sitting room to both the dining room and to the galley style kitchen with fitted cupboards, integrated fridge, dishwasher and range cooker. The kitchen leads to a large utility room with door to the rear. Back from the entrance hall doors lead to the family bathroom (with corner Jacuzzi bath, basin and wc) and to a double bedroom. To the first floor are a further 2 double bedrooms, the master with en-suite wet room and access to a private balcony.
Property ref: 121_1599_3954732
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