Border View, New East Farm, Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland, TD15 1UT


Full of character and charm, this most impressive five-bedroomed stone barn conversion is offered in turn-key condition with beautifully landscaped gardens and grounds, offering a high degree of privacy. Positioned in a small hamlet just outside Berwick-upon-Tweed, this charming property offers countryside views and walks and is only a short distance away from all of the amenities within the historic market town and is well placed for commuting into Edinburgh and Newcastle via the A1 and the town’s mainline railway station.

Giles Charlton
Sales Negotiator


Property Details & Description

Accommodation comprises:


Ground floor:                  

Vestibule, Laundry, Galleried Hall, Two Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Study/Bed 5.

Lower Ground Floor:  

Vaulted Sitting Room, Kitchen-Dining Room, Sun Room, Two Double Bedrooms, Shower Room/WC.


Fully Enclosed Landscaped Gardens, Off-Street Parking, Single Garage, Greenhouse, Shed.


Berwick Railway Station 2 miles, Edinburgh 55 miles, Newcastle 67 miles (all distances are approximate).



The property is located within a small residential steading development and is well positioned for commuting throughout the region with the A1 trunk road within easy access.

Conveniently located only two miles from the market town of Berwick upon Tweed, the property is ideally situated for easy access to a wide range of amenities. Berwick is one of England’s most northerly towns, positioned close to the Scottish Border and offering a wide range of amenities including leisure and shopping facilities, schooling for all ages and a main line Railway Station that links into Newcastle and Edinburgh in circa 45 minutes and London in circa 3.5 hours.

The area provides a good variety of outdoor pursuits such as the renowned salmon and sea trout fishing on the River Tweed, numerous nearby estates offering first class grouse, pheasant and partridge shooting, several local hunts, golf at Berwick, Eyemouth, Goswick and The Hirsel and horse racing at Kelso, Musselburgh and Newcastle. More generally, the area offers a wealth of sporting and leisure facilities and a first-class quality of life.


Originally forming part of a farm steading built in the 1850’s, a modern sympathetic conversion in the early 2000’s has created a beautiful country home with the perfect blend of period character and charm of a bygone age along with contemporary twenty-first century living and design. The property is approached along a hedge-lined lane and then to a private parking area in-front of the house. A garden gate opens onto a stone path that meanders through the pretty garden and up to a timber bridge, providing access to the solid timber door. The front door opens into a welcoming vestibule with natural coir matting and a door leads off the vestibule into a laundry room, ideal for storing coats and boots. The laundry is fitted with a range of floor and wall-mounted units with counters over and plumbing for a washing machine and space for a dryer. A part-glazed door opens into a large galleried hall which looks down into the impressive vaulted sitting room. The hall currently accommodates a piano and could easily accommodate a sitting area, a study desk or reading nook. The study/Bed 5 has a window overlooking the front garden and there are two further double bedrooms on this floor, both with fitted wardrobes. Serving the two bedrooms is a family bathroom with ceramic tiled floor and comprising a bathtub, separate shower, WC, floating timber vanity and a wall-mounted chrome towel heater. Stairs descend from the hall to the lower ground floor and into the generous sitting room, with an impressive vaulted ceiling with original exposed timber beams. The focal point of the room is a multi-fuel stove sitting on a slate hearth with ceramic tiled back, perfect for cosy winter evenings. The kitchen-dining room is another generous space and the real hub of this family home. With a window providing views over the front garden, the kitchen has an exposed timber floor and is fitted with a bespoke range of floor and wall mounted units with counters over and a Belfast sink. There is space for a range cooker beneath a fitted extractor hood, plumbing for a dishwasher and space for an American style fridge-freezer. A large fitted cupboard also provides extra storage. Accessed via the sitting room is the sun room, another generous reception with French doors leading onto the rear patio. Off a rear hall is the master bedroom, with a window to the rear and fitted his and hers wardrobes. The master is served by a contemporary shower room with ceramic tiled floor and part tiled walls. The shower room comprises a large walk-in shower, a floating vanity, WC and wall-mounted chrome towel heater. A further double bedroom with built in wardrobe is also served by the shower room.


The property is approached via a hedge lined lane to a parking area in front of the house, shaded by a line of Silver Birch trees. There are four parking spaces in all as well as visitor parking. A timber gate opens into a beautifully landscaped garden with an attractive stone path leading across the lawn and up to the front door. The garden provides a high degree of privacy with a variety of mature trees, plants, flowers and shrubs providing all year round colour and interest and there is a vegetable garden with raised beds, a green house and a timber shed. There is a water tap and external power points to the front and rear garden. A path leads alongside the house to a pretty rear west-facing garden. There is an area of lawn and a lovely patio and decking area, perfect for alfresco dining, entertaining and relaxing in the afternoon and evening sun. There is also a log store and coal bunker. The property also benefits from a large single garage with a cement floor, power, light and eaves storage. A nearby path provides wonderful walks up to Halidon Hill, the site of the famous battle in 1333 and providing breath-taking views across the surrounding countryside and over the sea.

Border View, New East Farm, Berwick-upon

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Fixtures and Fittings

All fitted carpets, curtains, blinds and main light fittings are included with the sale.

Listing and Conservation

The property is not listed and is not in a conservation area.


Mains water and electricity. LPG central heating. Shared private drainage system.

Council Tax Band






Local Authority:

Northumberland County Council

County Hall



NE61 2EF


Tel: 0845 600 6400


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