Lamberton, BERWICK-UPON-TWEED, Berwickshire, Scottish Borders, TD15 1XB
Belvedere is a contemporary five bedroom detached family home superbly located in an elevated position with panoramic views of the stunning Berwickshire and Northumberland coastline.
Built in 2011, Belvedere is in excellent condition and offers modern spacious and flexible accommodation, a separate annex and double garage, and generous garden grounds. The front entrance vestibule leads into a bright and welcoming reception hallway with a large built-in cupboard. The principal rooms have all been orientated to enjoy the wonderful view. The sitting room takes full advantage of the spectacular sea views with double patio doors leading to the garden, and a woodburning stove to provide a cosy place to watch the winter storms out to sea. The dining room, again, benefits from the sea views and provides a more formal dining area, with double patio doors leading straight out on to the terrace and the garden beyond. The dual aspect living room flows naturally on from the entrance hallway and into the kitchen to provide a modern, flexible living area again benefitting from the magnificent sea views through double patio doors. The family kitchen which has a door to the outside has ample space for informal dining in addition to a breakfast bar. There is an excellent range of contemporary kitchen units with integrated appliances including a Leisure Cuisine Master 100 electric range. A ground floor study or double bedroom is complimented by an adjoining shower room and would provide an ideal bedroom for guests or elderly family members. The utility room with stainless steel sink and worktop has an external door leading to the side garden and a timber walkway leading to the garage / annex.
From the reception hallway a staircase leads to the first floor landing. The light and airy master bedroom opens onto a balcony providing an idyllic spot to watch the morning sunrises over the coast. The master bedroom has the benefit of two fitted double wardrobes and a generous en suite shower room with double sink unit. There are three further double bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room and fitted wardrobe. The large family bathroom completes the first floor accommodation.
Belvedere has the added advantage of a large double garage with electrically operated up and over garage doors with an adjoining self-contained annex suitable for a variety of uses including self-contained accommodation for guests, holiday lets and bed and breakfast (subject to the necessary consents), studio or workspace for anyone wishing to work from home. It has a small kitchen, cloakroom with WC and a first floor office area.
Outside, the house which sits in approximately 1 acre, is approached by a driveway offering parking for several cars ,and has attractive gardens with lawns and flowerbeds. The gardens surround the house and at the front there is a large raise paved patio providing an excellent area for al fresco dining and entertaining or sitting out and enjoying the views. This overlooks large sloping lawn providing ample space for outside activities. The garden shed provides useful storage for garden tools and equipment.
Belvedere is situated in the small hamlet of Lamberton Shiels just north of the Scottish Border. The seafront town of Eyemouth is located approximately 5 miles away and offers a good range of local services including a variety of shops, restaurants, a leisure centre, bank, doctors and dental surgeries and both primary and secondary schools. A wider range of amenities can be found in Berwick upon Tweed, the region’s principle town, which is just under 4 miles south and has a comprehensive variety of shops, facilities and entertainment. It has a mainline railway station with regular services to Edinburgh and Newcastle and London.
Belvedere lies on the south-east coast of Scotland in an exceptionally scenic area close to the Lammermuir and Cheviot Hills, the cliff top walks of St Abb’s Head 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.
Mains electricity and water.
Private drainage to a septic tank. The property is heated by underfloor heating with individual room thermostats to the ground floor and conventional panel radiators to the first floor all heated by an air source heat pump. The hot water is heated by a further air source heat pump. The two air source heat pumps provide an extremely cost efficient and environmentally friendly means of heating for which an annual payment of approximately £941 is received.
By appointment with the sole selling agents, Edwin Thompson, Chartered Surveyors.
Energy Performance Rating: C
Council Tax Band: G
Offers: In Scottish legal form.