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Property details

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 2 reception rooms


  • Entrance Hall
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen
  • Study
  • 3 Bedrooms & 2 Shower Rooms
  • Separate Toilet
  • Gardens
  • Oil Central Heating
  • Energy Rating F
  • 6 Acres of Grazing

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Located one mile west of Berwick-upon-Tweed, we are pleased to offer for sale this detached three bedroom farmhouse, which has an extensive range of outbuildings and approximately six acres of grazing land. Potential to create an equestrian centre with ample space to have an arena and convert the outbuildings into stabling.
The farmhouse has southerly views of the surrounding countryside, two reception rooms, a breakfasting kitchen, three double bedrooms and two shower rooms. The property has double glazing, oil fired central heating and generous lawn gardens.
The outbuildings could be developed further, with a combination of modern and traditional sheds and large courtyards.
The grazing is divided into two paddocks, which are well fenced and would be ideal for horse, or sheep.
Viewing is highly recommended.


Berwick-upon-Tweed is England's most northerly market town and offers a wide range of amenities including supermarkets, local and national shopping facilities, a number of first, middle and an academy senior school. Longridge Towers, is a small private school located two miles from the town.
Berwick also has excellent sports, leisure facilities and numerous clubs and societies, including football, rugby, bowling, two quality golf courses and a sports centre with swimming pool, squash courts and gym. Inland, there is a swathe of unspoilt countryside including the Cheviot Hills and the River Tweed. Areas such as these offer a range of outdoor pursuits and hobbies including: Walking, shooting, sailing, fishing and diving. Along the coastline there are miles of unspoilt beaches in such places as Berwick and nearby Spittal as well as Coldingham Bay to the north and Cocklawburn Beach and Bamburgh to the south. There are also places of historical interest such as Holy Island, Bamburgh Castle, Dunstanburgh Castle, all reasonably near. In addition to these, the Farne Islands to the south and St. Abb's Head to the North, are areas that form part of the Berwickshire and North Northumberland Coast, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (anob) and both are areas of Special Scientific Interest (ssi).
Berwick enjoys excellent transport and commuting links via the East Coast Mainline and the A1 trunk road. These connect Berwick easily to Edinburgh and Scotland to the North and Newcastle and beyond to the South. To the west lies Kelso and the beautiful countryside of the Scottish Borders and the Tweed Valley.

Entrance Hall (14'4 x 8'2 (4.37m x 2.49m))

Partially glazed entrance door to the front with a glass panel to either side, giving access to the hall which has stairs to the first floor landing. A central heating radiator and two power points. Partially glazed door leading to the rear hall, sitting room and dining room.

Sitting Room (14'7 x 13'2 (4.45m x 4.01m))

A good sized reception room with a picture window to the front with countryside views. The sitting room has a brick built open coal fire with an oak mantelpiece. Inset ceiling spotlights, a picture light, five power points, a telephone point and a television point.

Dining Room (12' x 12'6 (3.66m x 3.81m))

With ample space for a dining table and chairs, the dining room had a central ceiling rose and coving. Triple window to the front, a central heating radiator, television point and three power points. Door to the kitchen.

Kitchen (10'6 x 17'1 (3.20m x 5.21m))

Fitted with an excellent range of wall and floor kitchen units, including two glass display cabinets and wood effect worktop surfaces with a tiled splash back. Sink and drainer below the double window to the side and a window to the rear. Built-in Aga, Worcester central heating boiler and electric cooker with a cooker hood above. Telephone point. Seven power points.

Rear Entrance Hall

Partially glazed entrance door to the rear.

Study (9'2 x 6'4 (2.79m x 1.93m))

Fitted with a desk with drawers and shelving on two walls, the study has a double window to the side, a central heating radiator, a telephone point and three power points.

Shower Room (6' x 6'9 (1.83m x 2.06m))

Fitted with a three-piece suite which includes a corner shower cubicle with electric shower, wash hand basin, and a toilet with a toilet roll holder. Frosted double window to the rear, a central heating radiator and plumbing for an automatic washing machine.

First Floor Landing (17'8 x 8'4 (5.38m x 2.54m))

Walk-in storage cupboard, a double window to the front and access to the loft. Two power points.

Bedroom 1 (24'8 x 12'8 (7.52m x 3.86m))

A large double bedroom with a double window to the front and a window to the side, the bedroom has a built-in double airing cupboard housing the hot water tank. Two central heating radiators and six power points.

Shower Room (5'9 x 8'2 (1.75m x 2.49m))

Fitted with a white two piece suite, which includes a corner shower cubicle with a jet shower, a corner wash hand basin with a mirror and shaver socket above. Frosted double window to the rear, a heated towel rail and inset ceiling spotlights.

Toilet (6'5 x 2'9 (1.96m x 0.84m))

White toilet with toilet roll holder, frosted window to the rear and a central heating radiator.

Bedroom 2 (14'7 x 13'2 (4.45m x 4.01m))

A generous double bedroom with a double picture window to the front with countryside views. Built-in wardrobe, a central heating radiator and four power points.

Bedroom 3 (9'6 x 11'3 (2.90m x 3.43m))

Another double bedroom with a built-in double wardrobe and a double window to the side. Central heating radiator, three power points and a telephone point.


Gravelled driveway to the front of the farmhouse offering ample parking for a number of vehicles. Lawn garden to the front and side and a pond. Courtyard to the rear.


There is an extensive range of traditional and modern outbuildings to the rear of the farmhouse, which comprise of a large multi-purpose shed (69' x 77'). A detached traditional stone built building with office, store room and garage. A stone built two storey building with grain hopper offering potential for development. A corrugated shed (46' x 29') and a hay barn. There is a large courtyard for parking vehicles.


Two grass paddocks extending to approximately 6 acres, which would make ideal grazing for horses.

General Information

Oil central heating.
Double Glazing.
All fitted floor coverings included in the sale.
Tenure - Freehold.
Energy rating E

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Saturday 9.00 - 12.00
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Items described in these particulars are not all included in the sale. All heating systems and their appliances are untested.
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Local Amenities

  • Berwick-upon-Tweed 1.5 miles
  • Berwick St Mary's Church of England First School 1.4 miles
  • Tweedmouth West First School 1.5 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Berwick-upon-Tweed 1.5 miles
  • Berwick St Mary's Church of England First School 1.4 miles
  • Tweedmouth West First School 1.5 miles

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Sold prices provided by Land Registry
14th Feb 2020 £435,000 Price reduced by £15,000
14th Feb 2020 £450,000 First listed

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