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3 bedroom terraced house

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Terraced house
3 bedroom
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Property description

Key features:
  • Desirable village location
  • Local amenities
  • Period features

Main Description
4 West Street is a characterful terraced house in an enviable position close to the village green in the sought-after village of Norham. The house, which has lovely views over the village green and towards Norham Castle, boasts a number of period features and would be ideal as a home, second home or holiday investment.

The front entrance door opens onto an entrance hall with double doors to the living room and a beautiful turned staircase up to the first floor. The living room is elegantly proportioned with a number of period features and a cosy fireplace providing a welcoming warmth on those chilly winter’s evenings. The kitchen has a built-in electric oven and hob, plenty of kitchen units for storage and has room for a table and chairs. An adjoining boxroom offers potential to extend the kitchen to provide a dining area, or alternatively, could be used as a small study for those working from home. The rear hallway leads on to the bathroom which is fully tiled out with a contemporary white suite including a roll top bath and an over bath shower.

Upstairs the landing is lit by a stunning arched window and leads onto two bright and spacious double bedrooms, both with views to the castle and across the village green, and one single bedroom looking out to the front. Outside there is a private and sheltered garden which is reached via an alley from the rear of the house. The garden has lawns and flower beds and is an ideal space for summer BBQ’s and alfresco dining.

The pretty village of Norham lies on the southern bank of the River Tweed just a stone’s throw from the Scottish Border and is quintessentially English with a well-attended church and historic castle set around a picturesque village green. Norham boasts excellent local amenities including a village store, a bakery, a local butcher, a primary school and doctor’s surgery. There are two pubs in the village and for those who love the traditional British take-away, the fish and chip van on a Thursday night is not to be missed.

Berwick upon Tweed is within easy reach and provides further comprehensive cultural, educational, recreational and shopping facilities together with modern sports and arts centres. An East Coast railway station provides regular services to Newcastle, Edinburgh and London. The A1 is within easy reach providing excellent access to the national, regional and local road network and Newcastle and Edinburgh International Airports are around an hour away.

For local schooling Norham C of E First School provides education from nursery up to Year 4 with Middle and Senior schools available in Berwick-upon-Tweed. In addition, Longridge Towers School is situated nearby and provides private education from nursery up to 18 years.

The wider area of North Northumberland has a rich and colourful history and offers a wealth of sporting and recreational opportunities. There are a number of excellent links and inland golf courses and racecourses at Kelso and Newcastle. The River Tweed and its tributaries provide internationally acclaimed salmon fishing and there is also good sea trout and trout fishing available locally. The east coast provides dramatic scenery, magnificent sandy beaches, sailing, sea fishing and diving. The local area is one of relatively low population, offering a peaceful lifestyle, but is within easy reach of both Edinburgh and Newcastle.

Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Electric central heating.


By appointment with the sole selling agents, Edwin Thompson.

Energy Performance Rating: F

Council Tax Band: B

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    1. Edwin

      Edwin Thompson - Berwick upon Tweed

      44-48 Hide Hill Berwick Upon Tweed TD15 1AB

      Established over 100 years ago, Edwin Thompson is a multi-discipline practice of Chartered Surveyors operating throughout the UK from offices at Carlisle, Keswick, and Windermere in Cumbria, Berwick upon Tweed and Newcastle in the North East and Galashiels in the Scottish Borders.

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