Rowanlea, Coldingham, TD14 5NG

Offers Over £189,000 3 Bed Terraced House with 2 Public Rooms

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Rowanlea is a truly charming characterful cottage which enjoys a delightful aspect within the popular coastal village of Coldingham. The property is currently used as a holiday home and presents the perfect opportunity for those looking for the same, in a coastal location with is renowned for its diving and the beautiful blue flag... More

Rowanlea is a truly charming characterful cottage which enjoys a delightful aspect within the popular coastal village of Coldingham. The property is currently used as a holiday home and presents the perfect opportunity for those looking for the same, in a coastal location with is renowned for its diving and the beautiful blue flag ‘Coldingham Bay’. The cottage itself has been modernised and upgraded by the present owners and now provides a fantastic blend of traditional and more modern styles which combine perfectly to offer the best of both worlds. The cottage is well-proportioned throughout, having been extended to the rear and as such would be equally well suited as a main home if preferred with a lovely private and fully enclosed garden to the rear.

  • Location

    Coldingham lies on the famed Berwickshire coast and has narrow winding streets and charm reminiscent of St Ives in Cornwall. The village has its own primary school with further private and secondary education available nearby. Local amenities include a bistro, hotels, pub restaurants, garage and shops. There is a regular bus service to Eyemouth and Berwick-upon-Tweed and Edinburgh is within easy commuting distance with the recently upgraded A1 and the main rail station at Berwick.

  • Ground Floor Accommodation

    The traditional timber entrance door opens into a welcoming hallway with a carpeted staircase leading off which enjoys good natural light thanks to the part-glazed door at the mid-way landing point which leads out to the garden. A useful understair cupboard provides good storage. The lounge is a lovely traditional room with a cosy feel to it provided by the open coal fire which has a timber surround and a tiled hearth. The recessed shelf to the side provides a good display area and the deep sill sash and case window to the front ensures good natural light. Steps from the rear of this room lead into the semi-open-plan dining/family room to the rear which is a worthy addition to the property. Again flooded with natural light thanks to the sliding patio doors which allow direct access to the garden. This rooms provides ample space for a large dining table if desired as well as sofas or such like, ensuring that this is an excellent sociable space for entertaining. The dining kitchen is fitted with an excellent range of modern wall and base units with ample worktop space, tiled splashbacks and under-unit lighting. The room provides space for a table and chairs if desired in front of the sash and case window to the front. Steps from the rear of the kitchen lead into the useful utility room which in turn allows access to the garden beyond. The utility room houses the boiler and provides space for a fridge/freezer and washing machine. Having been refitted in recent years, the shower room is extremely freshly presented in contemporary style with tiling to dado height and a white WC, pedestal sink and large double shower cubicle with tiled surround.

  • Upper Accommodation

    The curved carpeted staircase extends to the first floor landing with a lovely feature provided by the glazed door to the rear at the mid-way point which not only allows good natural light onto the staircase, but provides access to the garden. A useful facility is provided off the upstairs landing in the way of a cloakroom which is fitted with a white WC and pedestal sink. The main bedroom is a well-proportioned double room with a partially combed ceiling and a dormer sash and case window to the front in addition to a large rear facing velux. The second bedroom is also a well-proportioned double room with plenty of natural light thanks to the rear facing velux whilst the third bedroom is a pleasant single room to the front with a sash and case dormer window.

  • External

    The gardens to the rear are truly delightful enjoying absolute privacy and sun throughout the day. With access from the dining room, the staircase and the utility room, the gardens are accessible and provide a safe haven for children and pets. Mainly laid to lawn with mature planted beds and borders which provide colour and interest throughout the year with a cleverly designed decked barbeque terrace, ideal for summer dining.

  • Measurements

    Livingroom: 4.67m x 3.73m (15’4” x 12’3”) Dining Room/ Family Room: 3.97m x 3.23m (13’0” x 10’7”) Kitchen: 4.50m x 3.33m (14’9” x 10’11”) Bedroom One: 4.73m x 3.67m (15’6” x 12’0”) Bedroom Two: 3.57m x 2.48m (11’9” x 8’2”) Bedroom Three: 3.59m x 2.14m (11’9” x 7’0”)

  • Services

    Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating.

  • Council Tax

    Band C

  • Energy Efficiency

    Rating E

Energy rating E

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01573 922603

28 The Square, Kelso, TD5 7HH

Property reference: 384227

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