No36 Main Street is a charming three bedroomed detached house which
was originally the local school. The building has been
comprehensively modernised by the current owners and now offers
modern and practical accommodation. The generous reception room has
a log burner and space enough for a suite of furniture as well as
dining room table and chairs. There is a newly fitted kitchen and a
separate utility room, three bedrooms and two bathrooms, one of
which is en suite. There is a sun room at the rear which opens out
into the easily managed south facing rear garden. There are two off
street parking spaces accessed via a shared drive. The stone built
house is double glazed throughout and has its hot water and heating
provided by an immersion heater and panel heaters.
Lowick is a pretty village with a shop, garage and pub some 6 miles
to the south of the area?s principal town, Berwick upon Tweed. The
village is well placed for the A1 which provides easy access to the
regional and national road network. The beautiful Northumbrian
coast is also close at hand as are the Cheviot Hills. Berwick upon
Tweed has a comprehensive range of shops and facilities with a
choice of supermarkets and smaller local retailers. Berwick has a
leisure centre with gym and swimming pool and the award winning
Maltings Theatre. The town also has a mainline station serving the
east coast mainline with regular services to Edinburgh and
Newcastle as well as London and intervening stations.
North Northumberland and the Scottish Borders is an area of
outstanding natural beauty with a wealth of leisure opportunities
including golf, both inland and links courses, hillwalking in the
Cheviot or Lammermuir Hills, sailing and surfing at one of the many
sandy beaches, horse racing, fishing and country sports. The area
has a wide range of educational options with both public and
private schools serving the region.
The hallway running through the centre of the house has a wooden
floor, a large cupboard housing the electric meter and distribution
board and a further deep storage cupboard housing the immersion
Reception Room 5.63m
(18?5) x 4.53m
This spacious reception room has an open fireplace at its heart
housing a wood burning stove. There is ample space for a dining
room and sitting room furniture.
(14?9) x 3.37m
This well laid out modern kitchen has a range of fitted storage
units and work surfaces, a one and a half bowl sink with side
drainer, plumbing for a dishwasher, an integrated electric hob with
oven under and extractor over. A door leads through to the sun room
at the rear and a further door leads into the utility room.
(14?11) x 1.35m
This useful utility room has storage units, work surfaces, space
for a fridge freezer and plumbing for a washing machine.
(9?11) x 2.53m
The sunroom has a tiled floor and windows overlooking the patio
garden at the rear. There is a door leading out to the garden and
This family bathroom has a modern suite comprising a large, fully
tiled, walk- in shower, a double ended bath, wash basin and
lavatory. The floor is tiled and the walls are half tiled. There is
also a wall mounted chromed heated towel rail.
(14?10) x 2.21m
A good sized bedroom with window to the front.
(13?11) x 3.18m
The master bedroom is a good sized double at the front of the house
with windows to front and side. A door accesses the en suite
The en suite has a wall mounted chromed heated towel rail and a
modern suite comprising a basin, lavatory and a large corner fitted
(10?10) x 2.98m
A double bedroom located at the rear of the house.
No36 Main Street has a pretty and easily managed garden to the
front and a patio garden to the rear, the walls of which are the
original playground walls.
There is a parking space to the rear of the patio garden and a
further parking space on the other side of the shared driveway.
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Frequently asked questions
How much is 36 Main Street, Berwick-upon-tweed worth?
36 Main Street, Berwick-upon-tweed is now worth £335,000 according to our Mouseprice AVM.
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What is the 3 month price change in TD15?
The 3 month price change in TD15 is nan%.
What is the rental value of 36 Main Street, Berwick-upon-tweed?
The current rental valuation for this property is £1,018 per month, within a price range of £750 and £1,500.
How many bedrooms does 36 Main Street, Berwick-upon-tweed have?
This property has 3 bedrooms. Search for nearby properties with 3 bedrooms - for sale and to rent.
What are the nearest schools and stations to 36 Main Street, Berwick-upon-tweed?
Nearby schools in include
Tweedmouth Prior Park First School, The Grove Special School, Tweedmouth Community Middle School, Berwick Academy, Spittal Community School
Nearby stations in include
Berwick-upon-Tweed Station, Chathill Station, Dunbar Station, Alnmouth Station, Acklington Station.
What type of property is 36 Main Street, Berwick-upon-tweed
This is a Detached property. There are 16 other Detached properties on MAIN STREET, and 67 in total.
When was 36 Main Street, Berwick-upon-tweed built? How old is 36 Main Street, Berwick-upon-tweed?
36 Main Street, Berwick-upon-tweed was was built between before 1900.
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