This property has been quietly undergoing renovation although there is scope still to put your own stamp on it. The property is now presented with newly fitted lpg central heating; kitchen with appliances and dining facility; new shower room; new up to standard double glazing. This two storey mid terraced cottage sits adjacent to the village green in the pretty village of Norham on the English side of the famous salmon river, The Tweed. The village has a range of amenities from primary school, church, doctor, butcher, baker, general village store and two public houses. A mobile post office also calls in to the village. Above the village to the east sits the ruins of Norham Castle and to the west the border bridge takes you into Scotland. The market town of Berwick upon Tweed is a short drive, which provides a full range of amenities together with access to the main east coast rail line. Entrance Door from the street opens to small hall with stairs to first floor and door into lounge. Lounge 14`11`` x 13`6`` Nicely proportioned room with lots of natural light, open fire with tile and stone surround. Under-stair store cupboard. Television aerial, telephone point. Radiator Breakfasting Kitchen 9`7`` x 14`6`` Newly fitted base and wall units with integral appliances; dishwasher, hob under extractor fan, double oven. Dining corner unit with table and chairs make the most of this space. Rear access door. Numerous power points, radiator Stairs lead up to L shape landing. Loft access. Bedroom 1 14`11`` x 11`7`` extending to 17`0`` To the front of the property overlooking the village green. With two windows this is a light filled room. Double door built in wardrobe. Radiator Bedroom 2 9`6`` x 9`2`` Overlooking the rear of the property. Cupboard, housing the new heating and hot water system. Radiator Shower-room 6`1`` x 6`7`` Newly fitted large shower cubicle, w.C. & hand-basin. Tiled floor & walls, towel radiator and wet wall ceiling panels. Window to rear of property. Heated towel rail. Outside Rear yard with access gate. Facing rear wall (does not belong to property) has been recently renovated and re-pointed. Wall nearest backdoor newly rendered with gas bottles in situ for central heating. A little work could transform this area into a pleasant patio. Services: Main Electric & Water; lpg Heating Tenure: Freehold Viewing: Appointments through selling Agent; Telephone: Email: General.Office @sm-e.Co.Uk fao Alison - Crossview Price: Guide Price £130,000 Offers to: Selling Agent Sanderson McCreath & Edney, 4 Quay Walls, Berwick upon Tweed TD15 1HD Closing date
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Main Street, Whitsome, Duns, Berwickshire, Scottish Borders TD11
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