Delightful house in 
a hamlet by the sea

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Estate agents often get asked by interested parties whether they sell properties with sea views. Most of them do, of course.

Especially in our area. But it is rare to be instructed to sell a property in quite such close proximity to the sea and in a special location on the Berwickshire coastline.

The Ross is a unique and historical hamlet nestled at the bottom of the cliffs at Lower Burnmouth, stretching along the foreshore a few steps away from the seaside and small harbour.

Originally a small fishing village, with inshore boats fishing mainly for lobster and crabs, Lower Burnmouth has had a working harbour since the mid-1800s and is made up of four smaller hamlets, The Ross, Cowdrait, Lower Burnmouth and Partanhall.

The area has rare rock formations which are Sites of Special Scientific Interest and the foreshore also boasts a wealth of bird species .

The Ross and its neighbours are popular destinations for holidaymakers or purchasers looking for a 
quiet location undisturbed by the hustle and bustle.

No 4 The Ross is a cosy three-bedroom house with fantastic coastal views from the reception room and master bedroom. The house has been used until recently as a successful holiday let, but would serve equally well as a weekend bolt hole.

The semi-detached property has a sitting room with an open fire, kitchen and a bathroom, while upstairs, there are two good-sized double bedrooms and a single bedroom. The beach is literally moments away.

Whilst quietly located the house is within easy travelling distance of St Abbs, Eyemouth with its range of local services, Coldingham with its pubs and sandy bay, and Berwick.

The area is excellent for walking, The Ross and Lower Burnmouth being on the Berwick to St Abbs coastal walk, and has stunning coastal scenery with majestic cliffs and sandy bays.

No 4 The Ross is a wonderful opportunity for those looking to secure a home or investment in a fascinating location.