Branxton Buildings Farmhouse, Cornhill-on-Tweed, TD12 4SS

3 Bed House - Detached 


Offers Around £250,000

  • 2 public
  • 3 bed
  • 1 bath

Contact us today to arrange a viewing.

01573 225999


About the property

‘Branxton Buildings Farmhouse’ presents a rare and exciting opportunity for those buyers looking for an attractive, traditional double fronted farmhouse which offers endless scope and opportunity for modernisation and reconfiguration. Set within the midst of the beautiful North Northumberland countryside, just a stones throw away from the historic Flodden Field Battle site and within only a mile or two of the Border with Scotland. The property itself does now require upgrading and has scope for reconfiguration and possible extension whilst externally there is a lovely private garden which surrounds the property as well as an adjoining paddock, suitable for a small pony, some sheep or such like. With good transport links and within easy reach of the main East Coast rail line in Berwick Upon Tweed this property, together with its ground and scope for renovation makes this ideal for those looking for an escape to the country with the country way of life on offer, yet still with good commuting links.


Cornhill On Tweed, as the name suggest sits on the bank of the River Tweed, just a mile from the Scottish/English Border. The village itself is well appointed with a thriving local community and amenities including a popular village store and coffee shop, highly regarded hotel and restaurant as well as a church and village hall. Local primary schooling is available within nearby Ford village or Norham with middle and secondary schools located in Berwick Upon Tweed.


Travelling south from Cornhill On Tweed on the main A697, continue for approximately 2-3 miles. Take the unnamed road to your right sign posted ‘Branxton and Flodden Field’. Continue on this road with Branxton Buildings Farmhouse located on the left hand side.


Entrance Hall, Lounge, Dining Room/Sitting Room, Breakfasting Kitchen, Bathroom and Three Double Bedrooms. Wrap Around Partially Walled Gardens. Adjoining Paddock.


A low stone wall extends along the front of the property with central wrought iron gate opening on to the garden path which in turn leads to the front entrance door. A further side gate allows access to the garden from the parking area.


A timber front entrance door opens into a spacious hallway which allows access to the traditionally configured ground floor accommodation. To either side of the hallway are two well proportioned public rooms; the main lounge enjoys a double aspect with large sash and case windows to the front and to the side. A traditional brick open fire to one wall currently provides a traditional focal point with built in cupboard to the side. The second public room is located to the other side of the main entrance hall and again due to its pleasant proportions, could lend itself to different uses depending on preferences. Most recently used as a formal dining room, this room also features a large front facing sash and case window to the front and open fire. Extending to the rear is the breakfasting kitchen which features large windows to the rear overlooking the garden in addition to a side window which looks towards the adjoining paddock. Currently fitted with a range of wall and base units this is a spacious room with rear door allowing direct access from the garden. Also located on the ground floor is the bathroom which is fitted with a traditional three piece suite.


The staircase leads to a split landing with rear facing window ensuring good natural light. Steps then extend off to both sides allowing access to the three double bedrooms. All three bedrooms have front and or side facing windows which ensure fantastic outlooks towards Flooden Field and Branxton Village.


A very private, partially walled rear garden extends from the side to the rear of the property. Enjoying excellent levels of privacy the rear gardens enjoy uninterrupted outlooks to the rear over the adjoining farmland. A stone built outhouse provides a useful store. Due to the nature of the gardens wrapping around the property there is excellent scope and space for further extension if desired, subject to the necessary consents.


An adjoining paddock lies to the side of the property with gated access off the quiet country lane that runs past the front of the property. Believed to extend to approximately 0.75 acre the paddock is ideal for a small pony or other livestock such as sheep. The paddock area could be incorporated as an extension to the garden if desired to create space for chickens or a large vegetable garden if preferred.


Mains electricity.


Band D


Band G


To arrange a viewing or contact the selling agents, Hastings Property on 01573-225999-lines open until 10pm 7 days a week.