Howpark Farm, Grantshouse, Duns, Scottish Borders, TD11 3RP

Offers Over £290,000

Bedroom Count icon 5

Reception Count icon 2

Bathroom Count icon 2

  • Sitting Room
  • Kitchen / dining/ family Room
  • Bedroom 1 with
  • Jack & Jill bathroom
  • 3 further double bedrooms
  • Single bedroom/study
  • Shower Room
  • Utility room
  • Spacious garden and grounds
  • Gravel parking

SITUATIONHazelfield is located within the farming settlement of Howpark. Howpark is situated between the A1 at Grantshouse (1 mile) and the A1107 (1.8 miles). Grantshouse is a small Berwickshire village lying just off the A1. On the edge of the village is the popular Cedar Café as well as a playground.The nearby village of Cockburnspath has a community shop for basic provisions. A wide range of shops and services can be found in Eyemouth, Dunbar to the north and Berwick-upon-Tweed, just over the border, to the south. Hazelfield falls into the catchment of Reston Primary School and Eyemouth High School. The village of Reston also has a shop, post office and antique shop with in the same building, and the train station, serving Edinburgh (within 1 hour) and London (within 4 hours).The surrounding area is renowned for its rugged and scenic coastline. The quaint Cove Harbour as well as Pease Bay are a short distance to the north. To the south is St Abbs, a picturesque fishing village based around a harbour and the nature reserve. The sheltered sandy beach of Coldingham Bay is also within easy reach.The area of Howpark has excellent access to the nearby A1. The recently re-opened East Coast Main Line station of Reston is 6 miles from Hazelfield and there are also main line stations at Dunbar and Berwick-upon-Tweed.DESCRIPTIONHazelfield was built in the 1970s as a pair of semi-detached farm cottages. The property was altered to form a single dwelling in approximately 2010. Hazelfield offers adaptable single storey, family sized accommodation.The property includes an impressive open plan kitchen diner/family room with an open fire and large picture window. The sitting room features a large picture window and also has an open fire.The property has been well maintained since the current owners acquired it. The bathroom and shower room have been modernised with stylish fittings. The windows were replaced with uPVC double glazed units in 2020 and the central heating boiler and some radiators were upgraded. There is a good degree of built in storage throughout the house.ACCOMMODATIONSitting room, kitchen diner/family room, 4 bedrooms (one en suite), 5th bedroom/potential study, shower room, utility room.GARDEN AND GROUNDSThe grounds at Hazelfield extend to approximately 0.4 acres and are enclosed. The house is approached by a gravel drive and parking area. The garden is mostly laid to lawn and has areas of interest with decorative planting and landscaping.There is a timber garage/outbuilding which provides useful storage.