Under Offer £ 150,000.00
2 Bedroom Terrace property newly built as part of a re-developement of the area.
5minutes walk from Berwick upon Tweed Train station & Town Centre. Rear over looks the Royal Border Bridge and public gardens.
23a Tweed Street, Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland, TD15 1NG
• 2 Bedrooms
• Open plan Living area
• Kitchen/dining/living room all on 1st floor
• Views to the South
• GMC Low energy timber frame construction
• Gas Combi boiler
• Shared private garden area
• Secure entrance shared by 3 properties with entry system.
This home is brand new & under offer
The early buyer will benefit from choosing their own
• Bathroom, En-suite fittings & tiles
At this stage of the build the client has the option to customize the build even further!
Home security, data networking, home entertainment or lighting.
Up-grade standard fittings such as radiators to feature products. Let the GMC team finish your home with a hard floor. Choose from Ceramics, Karndean or Engineered/hardwood flooring.
Our painting & decorating team are on hand to talk you though options with the finish, while an interior design service can be provided on request.
Ground floor: Master Bedroom, Bedroom 2,Shower room, Hall
First Floor: Kitchen, dining, Living room
Property total size 59m²
Exterior: private/shared garden, access though secure/private communal area.
This property developed by GMC using their in-house timber frame system developed over 20 years and constantly improved to higher standards.
Our system uses les raw materials than other systems and still achieves better results when tested for thermal performance or air tightness.
The GMC design team are trained specifically in Timber frame low energy construction.
While the workforce are, highly trained engineers who receive constant training on the small details that separate the GMC system from others.
public parking is available near by either residents parking on Tweed Street
Berwick Railway station by 12 month parking permit (£130.00 for 12 months)
currently under construction expected completion early 2018