The Tower House, built in 1934, is an extremely handsome property, centrally located and set in an elevated position overlooking the River Tweed, its estuary, Berwick Harbour and the surrounding Northumberland countryside.
The property is a short walk from all the amenities Berwick has to offer, yet provides very private and secluded accommodation.
The accommodation flows naturally from the vestibule to the hall and staircase with rooms situated over three floors. The ground floor consists of two public rooms; a drawing room benefiting from three large sash windows, making the most of the views up and down the Tweed and the dining room with French doors leading out to the patio and garden beyond. Both rooms have traditional fireplaces with open gas fires. A fully fitted family kitchen with ample space for informal dining, a utility room with direct access to the back garden, a separate WC and cloakroom complete the accommodation on the ground floor.
On the first floor, there are three well-proportioned bedrooms. The front bedroom is of particular note with lovely views from the three large sash windows. The family bathroom and separate shower room are positioned for use by all three bedrooms.
The second floor has a further large double bedroom with a circular viewing window and built in fitted wardrobe. Across the landing is a separate shower room w/c with under eaves storage and the tower room with outstanding views along the Tweed, which is currently being used as a home office but could easily accommodate a single bedroom or sitting room.
Through double gates, there is room for parking several cars including access to the generous double garage with electric doors and side access to the garage and rear workshop. There is a separate pedestrian gate allowing access to the side of the house and garden. To the rear is a walled garden mainly laid to lawn with borders containing mature trees and shrubs.