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TOWNHOUSE IN CENTRAL LOCATION WITH SECURE PARKING.
A spacious contemporary townhouse forming part of an exclusive gated community with private parking, a small garden and riverside walks and a sandy beach nearby. Situated on the southern banks of the River Tweed estuary, the property would make an ideal permanent home or lockup and go holiday home or let and is just a short walk across the historic bridge into the town centre, with a wide selection of shops, boutiques, bars and restaurants.
Ground Floor: Entrance vestibule, hall with three storage cupboards, laundry/utility room, master bedroom with en-suite.
First Floor: Landing, rear hall with access to garden and parking area, open-plan kitchen, dining and living space.
Second Floor: Landing with linen cupboard, double bedroom with en-suite and a further double bedroom with fitted wardrobes, family bathroom.
Outside: Secure gated access to private parking area, designated parking space, small low-maintenance garden.
This modern contemporary three-bedroom family home offers three double bedrooms with two being en-suite, a family bathroom and a delightful open-plan living, dining and kitchen space. The property forms part of a modern gated development within a stones' throw of the harbour, River Tweed and views across to Berwick itself. With gas central heating through a combi-boiler and double glazing throughout, the property offers a warm and well-insulated family home.
The Mill Wharf development was created and built by GMC Development Ltd and is located on the southern banks of the famous salmon fishing River Tweed. Tweedmouth has a range of local shops and on the far banks of the river can be found Berwick-upon-Tweed which is England's most northerly market town and together they provide a wide range of amenities including supermarkets, schooling for all ages including a private school at Longridge Towers, a number of banks, post offices, cafés, restaurants, a theatre, bars and national and local shops. There are also a number of sporting facilities which include a leisure centre and pool. Berwick is renowned for its Elizabethan walls and stunning architecture and is a popular holiday destination and an area that offers wonderful lifestyle opportunities and a great standard of living. It is well positioned for commuting with a mainline railway station which connects to both Edinburgh and Newcastle in circa 45 minutes and London in circa 3.5 hours, whilst the A1 trunk road allows for road access throughout the region. To the south and north are the Northumberland and Berwickshire coastline respectively, offering miles of rugged coastline and area of outstanding beauty, such as Coldingham Bay, Holy Island, Bamburgh Castle and the Farne Isles, whilst inland there are the Cheviot Hills and the Scottish Borders.
Berwick-upon-Tweed Railway Station 1 mile, Edinburgh 56 miles, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 65 miles (all distances are approximate).
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