Flodden Crescent, Branxton, Cornhill-On-Tweed, TD12 4SP
Contact Agent25 High Street
25 High Street
Tel: 01668 281819
About the Property
Located in the small village of Branxton which is famous for the Flodden battlefield in 1513 between England and Scotland, this spacious three bedroom semi-detached house has views to the rear of the surrounding countryside. This house would make an ideal family home, which has double glazing and solid fuel central heating.
The interior of the house comprises of a generous dual aspect living room with an inglenook fireplace with a multi-fuel stove, a breakfasting kitchen with cream shaker units. On the first floor is a shower room and three bedrooms, the main bedroom has views of Flodden battlefield and has a fitted wardrobe.
The house has a sing detached garage and a garden at the front and rear.
The nearest shopping is at Cornhill-on-Tweed some 3 miles away and the larger town of Coldstream is 4.5 miles from the property. The nearest railway station is located in Berwick-upon-Tweed approximately 15 miles from the village.
Viewing is recommended.
- Entrance Hall
- Living Room
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Shower Room
- 3 Bedrooms
- Double Glazing
- Solid Fuel Heating
- EPC - TBC
1.88m x 2.90m (6'2 x 9'6)
Partially glazed entrance door to the hall which has stairs to the first floor landing with an understairs cupboard. Cupboard housing the electric meters, a central heating radiator and one power point.
5.69m x 3.76m (18'8 x 12'4)
A spacious dual aspect reception room with a double window to the front and rear of the house. An attractive pine inglenook fireplace with a tiled hearth and a multi-fuel stove. Television point and seven power points.
3.40m x 2.74m (11'2 x 9')
Fitted with an excellent range of cream shaker wall and floor kitchen units, with wood effect worktop surfaces with a tiled splash back. Under unit lighting, a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer below the double window to the side. Electric cooker with a cooker hood above. Plumbing for an automatic washing machine, a central heating radiator, a glazed entrance door to the rear and seven power points
First Floor Landing
1.24m x 1.63m (4'1 x 5'4)
Triple window on the stairs at the front of the house and access to the loft.
3.30m x 3.43m (10'10 x 11'3)
A generous double bedroom with a built-in airing cupboard housing the hot water tank and a double wardrobe. Double window to the rear with countryside views. Four power points.
1.98m x 2.16m (6'6 x 7'1)
A fully tiled shower room with a double shower cubicle, a wash hand basin with a vanity unit below and a low-level toilet. Frosted window to the side of the house, a double shaver socket and a heated towel rail.
3.28m x 2.74m (10'9 x 9')
Another double bedroom with a window to the rear with open countryside views and central heating radiator. Four power points.
2.26m x 2.95m (7'5 x 9'8)
A single bedroom with a window at the front of the house, a central heating radiator and two power points.
A single detached garage at the rear of the property with a window and a door to the side.
Mature garden at the front of the house with a lawn with shrubberies. A path leading the the rear garden with garden sheds and two outhouse in the rear. Block paved sitting area in the rear garden and flowerbeds.
Full double glazing.
Solid fuel central heating.
All fitted floor coverings are included in the sale.
Tenure - freehold.
All mains services are connected to the property.
Council tax band A.
Energy Rating - TBC
OFFICE OPENING HOURS
Monday - Friday 9.00 - 17.00
Saturday By Appointment only.
FIXTURES & FITTINGS
Items described in these particulars are included in sale, all other items are specifically excluded. All heating systems and their appliances are untested.
Strictly by appointment with the selling agent and viewing guidelines due to Coronavirus (Covid-19) to be adhered to.