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Equestrian property
2 bedroom
3 bathroom

Property features

  • Tenure: Freehold

Property description


Charming Village House with Land

Entrance Hall • Sitting Room • Dining Kitchen • Two Double Bedrooms •En-Suite Bathroom • En-Suite Shower Room • Utility Room • Clockroom/WC • Private Driveway • Walled Garden • Courtyard & Outbuildings • Derelict Cottage with Planning Permission • Grazing Land 6.16ac (2.49 ha).

The Property
This pretty house is nestled away down a private road and sits in a sheltered position offering deceptively spacious accommodation.

The house sits in extensive grounds affording a good degree of privacy which extends to approximately 6.16 acres. The attractive dining kitchen has stylish wall and floor cupboards, hob, wall mounted oven/grill and dishwasher. There is also a recently built open fireplace and log burning stove and a useful walk in pantry. Double aspect windows overlook the walled garden and front of the property. The bright and comfortable sitting room is particularly spacious with open fire, inset shelving and door leading to the outside and open fire. There are two particularly large double bedrooms both with fitted wardrobes.

The ground floor bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with stand alone bath, wash hand basin, WC and working shutters. The first floor bedroom enjoys an en-suite shower room with large shower, wash hand basin and WC. To the rear of the kitchen lies the utility room with good storage, Belfast sink and plumbed for washing machine. The cloakroom with WC and rear porch completes the internal accommodation. The property benefits further from good storage throughout. Horndean Bank offers an excellent opportunity for prospective purchasers to extend subject to normal planning consents.

A driveway leads to the property bounded by mature hedging and bushes offering a wealth of colour through the seasons. The garden sits to the side of the house mainly laid to lawn and has an abundance of rare and colourful plants. There are seating areas in which to enjoy the outdoors in the summer months. A small log shed sits to the side of the porch. To the rear there is an attractive cobbled courtyard courtyard with stone buildings which has planning to form car parking, garage and a store. Beyond lies a derelict cottage which has full planning for an architect designed four bedroom house which will have its own driveway separate to Horndea Bank. Planning ref: 20/00548/FUL. The walled garden has not been used as such for many years and sits to the rear of the main house and also offers the opportunity for further development if required. Additional grazing land lies to the east of the property. Total Grazing Land 6.16ac

Mains electricity. Mains water. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage.

Energy Performance Certificate
Rated E.

Council Tax
Band E.

From Berwick upon Tweed head south. Turn right signposted Paxton then head west on the B6461. Follow the road past Paxtpn House carry on for about 3 miles turn left signposted Horndean. The property sits to the end of the hamlet on the left hand side and is accessed through two stone pillars.

Home Report available on request.

The Area
Horndean is a pretty hamlet lying approximately 8 miles south east of Berwick-upon-Tweed just over the Border in Scotland and a mile to the west of The River Tweed. Local amenities can be found in nearby Norham around 3 miles distant.

Berwick-upon-Tweed is a historic market town known for its fortified Elizabethan walls. The town is renowned for its architecture and The River Tweed. There are a wide range of independent retailers and well known stores such as M&S, Next, WH Smith and major supermarkets. There is also a popular leisure centre with swimming pool, Tennis courts, sailing and golf at nearby Goswick. First, middle and secondary schooling is available as well as private prep and senior education at nearby Longridge Towers. The town has an inter-city railway station with regular service to London, Edinburgh and Newcastle. The A1 is easily reached for commuting both north and south.
The area is surrounded by rich agricultural land and the magnificent Northumberland coastline well known for its renowned beaches and medieval castles is a 35 minute drive.

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      George F White - Alnwick

      4-6 Market Street Alnwick NE66 1TL

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