Delinacaar is a detached and spacious property located in the popular village of Cornhill-on-Tweed close to the River Tweed and the Cheviot Hills. The property includes a 0.79 acre paddock and a stable block with three loose boxes and would be ideal for those with equestrian interests.
The house is arranged over one storey with two reception rooms, kitchen, utility room, four bedrooms, including a master bedroom with en-suite and a family bathroom. The house has spacious rooms, is presented in good order and would provide a lovely family home. The property sits in a generous garden with off street parking at the front along with a partially completed double garage. A stable block includes three looseboxes and sits alongside a paddock extending to approximately 0.79 acre. Cornhill is a very desirable, popular countryside village within easy reach of Kelso and Berwick, whilst being within commutable distance of Edinburgh and Newcastle.
Steps up to the front entrance porch lead on to an inner hallway with a storage cupboard. There is a light and spacious living room to the front with an open fire and sliding doors to a patio and the garden. The dining room adjoins the well-equipped breakfasting kitchen which has wall and floor mounted units, an electric hob and fitted double electric oven and is complemented by an adjoining utility room with access to the garden. The master bedroom benefits from a built-in wardrobe and en-suite bathroom. The accommodation is completed by three further bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes and a family bathroom.
Outside, the house is approached by a driveway offering parking for several cars and a partly constructed double garage. The house sits in a large garden with lawns, patio and flower beds overlooking the paddock to the front. The raised patio provides a sunny spot for al fresco dining and entertaining.
The village of Cornhill is a popular location with a superb village shop and pub and is within commuting distance of Edinburgh or Newcastle with the A1 and Berwick upon Tweed railway station being 13 miles distant. The border town of Coldstream is located approximately 2 miles away and offers a good range of local services including a variety of shops, pubs, a tennis club, primary school and doctors and dental surgeries. A wider range of amenities can be found in Berwick upon Tweed, the region’s principal town, which lies 13 miles to the east and has a comprehensive variety of shops, facilities and entertainment.
Cornhill is in an exceptionally scenic area close to the Cheviot Hills and the endless sandy beaches of the Northumberland coastline. The Scottish Borders and North Northumberland has a rich colourful history with many historic castles, picturesque towns and villages and the popular market towns of Alnwick and Kelso are within easy reach. A huge choice of sporting and recreational opportunities are available with a number of excellent links and inland golf courses, race courses at Kelso and Musselburgh, salmon and trout fishing on the River Tweed and its tributaries, horse riding and hill and coast walking.
Development clawback of 25% will apply to the uplift in value as a result of the grant of planning permission for alternative uses of the 0.79 acre paddock within a period of 25 years from the date of completion.
Mains electricity, water, and drainage. Oil fired central heating.
By appointment with the sole selling agents, Edwin Thompson, Chartered Surveyors.
Energy Performance Rating: E
Council Tax Band: D