The entrance hallway leads through on the left to the lounge, which is bright and spacious, with the front facing window allowing a good level of natural light into the room, while the brick-built fireplace currently houses a wood burning stove that purchasers may wish to reinstate with a flue lining. From the lounge there is access to the kitchen which has an ‘L’ shape configuration of kitchen units, with the sink positioned under the window looking out to the back garden. A doorway leads through to the back hallway, which has the potential, given the necessary local authority consents, to be converted into a functioning utility space. To the other side of the entrance hallway is a ground floor double bedroom, with a window looking out to the front, which could also be suited as a dining room. The landing provides access to both bedrooms together with the bathroom. The spacious master bedroom has a window looking out to the front, while the second bedroom is bright and airy with windows to the front to the side, together with an airing cupboard in the corner. The bathroom is a decent size with a vanity basin unit, WC and a bath with shower attachment under the rear facing window.
Hutton Castle Barns sits a short distance to the west of the village of Hutton on the banks of the river Whiteadder, with Paxton and the river Tweed less than two miles further beyond. The market town of Berwick-upon-Tweed has an excellent range of amenities with a great selection of shops and facilities together with a mainline station serving the East Coast railway, while both Edinburgh and Newcastle are within easy commuting distance with the A1 nearby. The beautiful Berwickshire and North Northumberland countryside and coastline have a wide range of popular attractions including popular market towns such as Kelso and Alnwick, together historic castles and villages scattered throughout the area.
Entrance Hallway, Lounge, Kitchen, Back Hallway, Ground Floor Double Bedroom, Landing, Two First Floor Double Bedrooms and Bathroom.
• Traditional 3 Bedroom Cottage
• Bright & Spacious Accommodation
• Oil Central Heating & Double Glazing
• Large Back Garden together with Off-road Parking
• Opportunity to Upgrade & Modernise Décor
• Perfectly Suited as a Holiday Home with Rural Setting
Lounge: 5.26m x 3.89m
Kitchen: 4.48m x 2.37m
Back Hallway: 3.11m x 1.37m
Bedroom 3: 3.45m x 2.76m
Landing: 2.23m x 1.64m
Bedroom 1: 5.36m x 4.51m
Bedroom 2: 3.92m x 3.52m
The front of the house is set back from the road with an area of cobble stones on either side of the short path leading to the front door, while the driveway to the side of the house allows cars to park in a gravelled area to the rear. The large back garden is mainly laid to lawn with timber fencing and a stone wall creating a semi-enclosed space. A timber shed sits to the front of a partially collapsed stone out-building to the rear of the garden.
All integrated appliances, floor coverings and light fitments will be included in the sale.
The property has mains electricity together with a private water supply and a sceptic tank for waste water, shared with the neighbouring properties. The oil-fired central heating boiler located at the rear of the property is supplied by a kerosene tank in the garden.
Viewing and Home Report
To arrange a viewing or request a copy of the Home Report contact the selling agents, Hastings Property on 01573-225999-lines open until 10pm 7 days a week.
Price and Marketing Policy
Offers are invited and should be submitted to the Selling Agents, Hastings Property Shop, 28 The Square, Kelso, TD5 7HH, 01573 225999, Fax 01573 229888. The seller reserves the right to sell at any time and interested parties will be expected to provide the Selling Agents with advice on the source of funds with suitable confirmation of their ability to finance the purchase.
All measurements are approximate and are taken at the widest point. Whilst these particulars have been carefully prepared, no guarantee is given as to their accuracy and they shall not form part of any contract to follow hereon.