23 Mill Wharf

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    £ 175,000.00

    • Date added: 23/05/17
    • Area size: 936 sq ft
    • Type:
    • Status:
    • Bedrooms: 2
    • Bathrooms: 1
    • Floors: 2
    • Bedrooms: 2
    • Bathrooms: 1
    • Floors: 2
    • Area: 936

    Description

    Private External area,
    Highly Efficient heating & hot water system,
    Separate Kitchen, Living area,
    Fully integrated Kitchen,
    Private off street access,
    Secure private parking,
    Secure entry system,
    Huge Family Bathroom,

    Sitting on the corner of the Mill Wharf development this very charming 2 bedroom house boasts character whilst also providing exciting accommodation to the owner. With 2 bedrooms and huge family bathroom on the ground floor. Separate Kitchen and living/dining area on the first floor.
    A oversized feature window floods the winding staircase and illuminates the ground and first floor landing.

    Property Size 87.6m²

    Ground Floor
    Bed 1 11.5m² (3.4 x 3.4)
    Bed 2 8.9m² (2.8 x 3.2)
    Hall

    1st Floor
    Kitchen 7.6m²
    Living/Dining 19.8m² (6.2 x 3.2)
    W.C
    Hall

    QUALITY BATHROOM & SHOWER ROOMS
    Professionally designed and fully fitted bathrooms and shower rooms with walk-in shower enclosures, tiling and under floor heating systems for maximum comfort.
    Recessed low voltage lighting and wall mounted heated ladder towel rails.

    SHINING IDEAS WITH SUPERB SUBTLE TOUCHES
    Solid wood French Oak flooring throughout
    Strategically placed telephone and television points
    Intercom monitor and individual apartment doorbells for added security
    Wired for satellite to a central point
    Multi-ceiling recessed down-lighting
    External lighting on all balconies and terraces to selected apartments
    Stylish stainless steel finish sockets and switches to entrance hall, lounge and kitchen
    Painted finishes accentuate the richness of the flooring whilst not detracting from the ambience of space and light
    Double glazing and acoustic insulation substantially above current building requirements.
    Private parking, entry-phone, lift and controlled access give security and peace of mind.
    Interior design & furniture service available

    LUXURY KITCHENS
    Whilst the kitchen blends into the background of your new home it remains stunning with an array of integrated appliances as standard from prestigious makers including;
    Dishwasher
    Oven
    Hob
    Extractor hood
    Microwave
    Washer dryer
    Glossy finish Cabinets are to the highest standard, finished with solid Oak worktops.

    Mill Wharf

    When you buy a property at Mill Wharf, you can relax in the knowledge that you are buying into a high quality thoroughly researched development. At design stage we not only think about external, internal aesthetics and marketing.

    We research the area, look at which building materials work and cross off those that don’t. We look to enhance the property owners enjoyment of their home by minimising the need for maintenance and up-keep around the shared areas.

    The Render is a modern compound including the colour and is silicone based, this increases the flexibility of the render and the colour mixed through the compound means it will never require painting for the life of the building.

    The external timber is Scottish Larch. A well none performer in external wood work with the natural oils it produces constantly protecting the timber from the elements. This is especially important giving the location of the development.

    Common areas are maintained by a contractor, who take care of planted areas, tidy the stair wells, put the bins out and clean the windows. All this is covered in the very modest annual rate. Leaving you to enjoy your property and relax in the knowledge its all taken care of.

    Mill Wharf, formed from the conversion of a former “period” Flour Mill Building and nestling by the harbour, is a most attractive and imposing scheme which offers an interesting mix of. Town house and courtyard style apartments all benefiting from secure parking and controlled access to an island development.

    The courtyards have paving allocated vehicle parking. All this is conveniently situated within an urban environment close to the harbour front south of Berwick Town.

    Centre. Phase 1 is now complete. Phase 2 has recently been released and comprises 12 new-build homes of distinction and style with 5 apartments and 7 town houses.

    In terms of address Tweedmouth does have a separate identity albeit it is within the historic Burgh of Berwick upon Tweed, which was formerly the County Town of Berwickshire is now the most northerly town in England.

    This address is third in a league table published showing that 9.5% of second homes as a percentage of all homes (Source: Knight Frank, Dept. for Communities and Local Government) have been purchased by people who think that a second home is an investment rather than a luxury.

    It has a significant history having been fought over regularly by the Scots and English in Medieval times, finally becoming part of England in 1482. Significant sections of defensive wall from this period remain.

    The Town Centre with a number of historic buildings offers a significant choice of shopping, bars, restaurants and bistros. Twice weekly, on Wednesdays and Saturdays, there is a market in Marygate, situated in front of the impressive Town Hall (formerly the Guildhall, built in the 1750’s). The Town has a popular Leisure Centre with swimming pool and easy access to a golf course. It also supports Berwick Rangers football club and Berwick rugby club. There is sailing and fishing from the harbour. Good local authority Primary Schools feed to Berwick High School.

    Berwick is broadly mid distance between Edinburgh, Newcastle and Tyneside conurbation’s to the South being circa 60 miles or so from each. With excellent road transport links, transverse by the A1, crossing the Tweed via a concrete New Bridge completed in 1928. This is flanked by Robert Stephenson’s 1850 rail bridge and the Old Bridge completed in 1634. The Town has a mainline railway station offering regular services north to Dunbar and Edinburgh and south via Newcastle, York and Doncaster to London.