4 Bedroom House for sale in Eildon Cottage

4 Bedroom House - £695,000

Eildon Cottage

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First listed on: 13th September 2022

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LOCATION The property is situated at Mindrum Mill, close to the village of Mindrum, at the foothills of the Cheviots. The property is within easy reach of the market town of Wooler, approximately 9 miles south east, with the large town of Berwick-upon-Tweed approximately 15 miles north east with a number of supermarkets, restaurants and a mainline train station. Across the border into Scotland is the historic market town of Kelso, located approximately 7 miles west. 

DESCRIPTION Eildon Cottage is a unique opportunity to purchase an equestrian or lifestyle property within the rural Northumberland countryside, with views directly to the Cheviot Hills. The house is a spacious four bedroom end of terrace cottage.
The property briefly comprises of a boot room, utility, kitchen diner with a central island and access directly out onto the patio, large living room with further access to the patio, further formal sitting room or additional bedroom if required. Stunning views of the Cheviots.
The hallway leads to the master bedroom with dressing room, second bedroom, bathroom, shower room and a third bedroom, with stairs to the loft area which could provide a useful study or studio. 

EXTERNALLY The property is accessed over a third party owned road, which then forms its own tarmac driveway leading to the rear of the property. There is generous parking area with a lawned rear garden.
To the front of the property there is a paved patio, with steps leading to roof terrace providing seating area to make the most of the stunning rural views. There is also an additional lawned garden and paddock to the front. 

BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES The property benefits from extensive buildings and facilities for a property of this size. Previously run as a small holding extensive thought and design has gone into the size layout and positioning of buildings and fencing. To the rear of the house there is a large double garage, workshop and dog kennels with outdoor run (building 1). Adjacent is a timber stable block with two loose boxes and a feed/ tack room (building 2). Across the concrete and hardcore yard there is a large modern steel portal frame agricultural shed on a hardcore base, with an internal bothy with sink (building 3). Within field area there are covered lambing pens (building 4). 

THE LAND The agricultural land extends to a ring fenced block of arable and grassland, approximately 22.05 hectares (54.48 acres) in total. The ground is all grade 3 with the soils being classified as Soilscape 13 to the north and Soilscape 6 to the south, both being freely draining acid loamy soils. The split is approximately 5.01 hectares (12.38 acres) of grassland, 16.39 hectares (40.50 acres) of arable and 0.51 hectares (1.26 acres) of woodland. Field areas have been divided to facilitate stock handling by a single person.

Sheep handling pens are located in field 4 to the south of the property, adjacent to the public highway.
 

THE SMYTHIE A former stone smythie is located adjacent to the public highway to the east of the house. Extending to approximately 30.52 m2 this building could lend itself to a number of diversification opportunities, subject to the correct planning consents. 

SERVICES The water is supplied by a bore hole which is under third party ownership, the property has the right to the water supply subject to an annual payment. Further details upon request.
There is mains electricity to the property and steading. 

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LOCATION The property is situated at Mindrum Mill, close to the village of Mindrum, at the foothills of the Cheviots. The property is within easy reach of the market town of Wooler, approximately 9 miles south east, with the large town of Berwick-upon-Tweed approximately 15 miles north east with a number of supermarkets, restaurants and a mainline train station. Across the border into Scotland is the historic market town of Kelso, located approximately 7 miles west. 

DESCRIPTION Eildon Cottage is a unique opportunity to purchase an equestrian or lifestyle property within the rural Northumberland countryside, with views directly to the Cheviot Hills. The house is a spacious four bedroom end of terrace cottage.
The property briefly comprises of a boot room, utility, kitchen diner with a central island and access directly out onto the patio, large living room with further access to the patio, further formal sitting room or additional bedroom if required. Stunning views of the Cheviots.
The hallway leads to the master bedroom with dressing room, second bedroom, bathroom, shower room and a third bedroom, with stairs to the loft area which could provide a useful study or studio. 

EXTERNALLY The property is accessed over a third party owned road, which then forms its own tarmac driveway leading to the rear of the property. There is generous parking area with a lawned rear garden.
To the front of the property there is a paved patio, with steps leading to roof terrace providing seating area to make the most of the stunning rural views. There is also an additional lawned garden and paddock to the front. 

BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES The property benefits from extensive buildings and facilities for a property of this size. Previously run as a small holding extensive thought and design has gone into the size layout and positioning of buildings and fencing. To the rear of the house there is a large double garage, workshop and dog kennels with outdoor run (building 1). Adjacent is a timber stable block with two loose boxes and a feed/ tack room (building 2). Across the concrete and hardcore yard there is a large modern steel portal frame agricultural shed on a hardcore base, with an internal bothy with sink (building 3). Within field area there are covered lambing pens (building 4). 

THE LAND The agricultural land extends to a ring fenced block of arable and grassland, approximately 22.05 hectares (54.48 acres) in total. The ground is all grade 3 with the soils being classified as Soilscape 13 to the north and Soilscape 6 to the south, both being freely draining acid loamy soils. The split is approximately 5.01 hectares (12.38 acres) of grassland, 16.39 hectares (40.50 acres) of arable and 0.51 hectares (1.26 acres) of woodland. Field areas have been divided to facilitate stock handling by a single person.

Sheep handling pens are located in field 4 to the south of the property, adjacent to the public highway.
 

THE SMYTHIE A former stone smythie is located adjacent to the public highway to the east of the house. Extending to approximately 30.52 m2 this building could lend itself to a number of diversification opportunities, subject to the correct planning consents. 

SERVICES The water is supplied by a bore hole which is under third party ownership, the property has the right to the water supply subject to an annual payment. Further details upon request.
There is mains electricity to the property and steading. 

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This property is marketed by

Priestpopple

Hexham

Northumberland

NE46 1PS

Telephone: See phone number 01434 608980

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NE46 1PS

Telephone: See phone number 01434 608980

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