14 Tweed Meadows is ideally positioned within an established and upmarket residential area in the popular village of Cornhill on Tweed close to the River Tweed and the Cheviot Hills.
Offering well-appointed and spacious living accommodation, this property presents an ideal opportunity to own a home within this beautiful area. Cornhill is a very desirable, popular, countryside village within easy reach of Kelso and Berwick, whilst being within commutable distance of Edinburgh and Newcastle.
The front entrance door opens on to a warm, welcoming hallway with a convenient storage cupboard and doors leading off to all rooms. First on the left is the bright, fully fitted dining kitchen with integrated appliances and patio doors leading to the garden. The wonderfully light and spacious living room, also with patio doors to the garden, has feature ceiling lights and an electric fireplace which lends a cosy atmosphere to the room. There is a generously sized master bedroom with a built-in double wardrobe and bay windows. The second bedroom is also of a good size with a built-in single wardrobe. The family bathroom is well-appointed with an over bath mixer shower, heated towel rail and LED lit mirror.
Outside, the property offers private low maintenance gardens at either side of the property with a raised border of shrubs and trees with a retaining stone wall and stone slab pathway to the north and a walled garden laid to lawn with a patio area to the south. Beyond the garden is a private driveway for parking and a detached single garage.
The village of Cornhill is a popular location with a superb village shop and a well-regarded restaurant and hotel, The Collingwood Arms, and is within commuting distance of Edinburgh or Newcastle with the A1 and Berwick upon Tweed railway station being 13 miles distant. The border town of Coldstream is located just over the Tweed and offers a good range of local services including a variety of shops, pubs, a tennis club, primary school and doctors and dental surgeries. A wider range of amenities can be found in Berwick upon Tweed, the regions principal town, which lies 13 miles to the east and has a comprehensive variety of shops, facilities and entertainment.
Cornhill is in an exceptionally scenic area close to the Cheviot Hills and the endless sandy beaches of the Northumberland coastline. The local area has a rich colourful history with many historic castles, picturesque towns and villages and the popular market towns of Alnwick and Kelso are within easy reach. A huge choice of sporting and recreational opportunities are available with a number of excellent links and inland golf courses, race courses at Kelso and Musselburgh, salmon and trout fishing on the River Tweed and its tributaries, horse riding and hill and coast walking.
Mains electricity, water and drainage, community lpg gas supply. Gas fired central heating. Nest wi-fi central heating controls.
By appointment with the sole selling agts, Edwin Thompson.
Energy Performance Rating: D
Council Tax Band: D
Council Tax Band: D (Northumberland County Council)