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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland, TD15


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Meadow House is a charming three / four bedroom house located on the edge of the village of Bowsden with wonderful views over the Northumbria countryside. The house has well balanced and generous internal accommodation with a kitchen diner, reception room with an open fire, a conservatory, a study or bedroom four, utility room and downstairs lavatory. Upstairs there are three good double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside, the house has gardens front and back, off street parking and garaging for two cars. There is stabling for up to three horses and direct access to two good sized well fenced paddocks with a stream. The house is double glazed throughout and has its hot water and heating provided by an oil fired boiler.
Meadow House offers a rare opportunity to secure a well-designed and practical house with land on the edge of a popular rural village and would be ideal for purchasers looking for a smallholding or grazing for horses.

Bowsden is a popular rural village located some 8 miles south of the region's principal town, Berwick upon Tweed which has a comprehensive range of retail and leisure facilities including the award winning Maltings theatre. Berwick upon Tweed also has a railway station which has regular services on the east coast mainline to Edinburgh and Newcastle as well as London some 3 1/2 hours to the south. Bowsden is well placed to enjoy the leisure opportunities available in the area with the Northumbrian coastline close by with its miles of sandy beaches. There are many opportunities for sailing, fishing, swimming at the coast and walking in the Cheviot Hills.

Accommodation Includes
Front door
Entrance vestibule
Glazed door to hallway
The hallway has a good sized storage cupboard.

Study/TV Room/ Bedroom 3.50m (11'5) x 3.17m (10'5)
A versatile room at the front of the house with a large double cupboard. There are television and telephone points.

Reception Room 6.48m (21'3) x 4.12m (13'6)
This is a good sized reception room with an open fire at its heart and oak flooring. The fireplace has a stone hearth, a wooden surround and a mantelpiece over. Windows look out the front and double doors open in to the south facing conservatory at the rear. There are two radiators, television and power points.

Conservatory 4.07m (13'4) x 3.29m (10'9)
The south facing conservatory provides useful additional reception space and has double doors opening out to a patio area.

Kitchen Diner 5.28m (17'3) x 4.33m (14'2)
A good sized kitchen diner with ample room for a dining table. The kitchen has a range of storage units, a one and a half bowl sink and space for an electric oven with extractor over. There is an integrated fridge and freezer. The window has views out over the gardens and paddocks to the south. A door leads through to the utility room.

Utility Room 2.58m (8'5) x 1.67m (5'5)
A useful utility room with a sink and work surfaces. There is a plumbing point for a washing machine and dish washer and space for a tumble drier. A door leads into the downstairs lavatory and a further door leads outside to the rear patio area and garden.

With lavatory and wash hand basin.

The stairs lead up from the hallway to a landing area. There is a hatch providing access to a part boarded loft space providing useful storage.

Master Bedroom 5.19m (17') x 3.54m (11'7)
A well-proportioned and dual aspect master bedroom with ample room for free standing furniture. There is a wash basin, power points, television and telephone points. The southerly views are far reaching with Cheviot and Hedgehope Hill taking centre stage.

Family Bathroom
With a lavatory, a shower cubicle with electric shower, a corner bath and a pedestal wash basin.

Double Bedroom 4.08m (13'4) x 2.55m (8'4)
A good sized double bedroom with wonderful southerly views matching those of the master bedroom.
Double Bedroom 4.09m (13'5) x 2.52m (8'3)
A similar double bedroom but this time with views to the front of the house.

There are gardens and a block paved driveway to the front. The front of the property is securely fenced.
To the side is a detached building which comprises two garages with up and over doors, and stabling for two horses.
The dimensions are as follows:
Garage - internal space 5.42m (17'9) x 6.04m (19'9)
The garage has two up and over doors and ample space to park two cars. There is lighting and power points. The roof area has been partially floored to provide useful additional storage space.

This area, while currently configured as stable, could easily be converted to provide a tool shed or work space.
At the southerly end of the building there is access into the stabling area which has two loose boxes measuring 3.79m (12'5) x 2.96m (9'8)
There are power points and lighting as well as water.
There is a further stand alone stable 3.50m (11'9) x 3.05m (10') which could serve as a feed shed or tack room.
This area leads into one of two paddocks which are level and have gated access onto the road. A stream dissects the fields providing fresh water. The field is well fenced and provides good grazing land that has in the past provided a hay crop.

Mains water
Mains electricity
Shared septic tank
Oil fired heating and hot water

Council Tax: F


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24 March 2016


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