This stunning stone built semi-detached house has fabulous views of the Tweed and sea towards Holy Island and Bamburgh Castle.
The property has been tastefully upgraded and modernised by the present owners, who have ensured that the tremendous character and charm has been retained and enhanced.
The house has many of its original features which includes cornicing and coving, original interior doors and shutters, and stunning Victorian fireplaces.
On the ground floor there is a lounge with an attractive Victorian styled open coal fireplace with carved wooden surround, cast iron and tiled inset.
There is also attractive egg and dart coving in the ceiling and central heating radiator. There is a large built-in cupboard with central heating boiler.
The lounge has excellent views of the River Tweed with double doors leading through to the open plan kitchen/dining room which has modern units and built in appliances and a cloakroom.
The kitchen is fitted with a top quality black gloss modern kitchen with wood effect worktop surfaces. There is a excellent range of wall and floor units, which incorporate a wine rack, drainers and an intergrated dish washing machine.
On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, with the main bedroom having en suite facilities.
On the upper level are two further bedrooms both of which have sea views and a quality bathroom on this level.
There is off-road parking to the front of the house for one car. Attractive terraced gardens and grounds to the rear have been landscaped for ease of maintenance and there is also a summer house.
There are well stocked shrubberies and flowerbeds and decked sitting areas.
Viewing internally of the property is a must, to fully appreciate the quality of the house.