30 Treaty Park, Birgham, ColdstreamHastings Legal

30 Treaty Park, Birgham, Coldstream

2 Bed Bungalow 


Asking Price £150,000

  • 1 public
  • 2 bed
  • 1 bath

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About the property

Quietly tucked away into a private corner of this established cul de sac, 30 Treaty Park is a very well appointed and desirable semi-detached bungalow. Perfectly suited for a couple or perhaps the downsizing retiree who is seeking an easy to maintain and manageable bungalow in a pleasant village position. The interior is light, airy and nicely presented in contemporary neutral tones, ready to move straight into and with all rooms being of generous proportions. Externally the gardens wrap around the property and enjoy good privacy with an open aspect over grass paddocks at the rear whilst the private drive provides space for several vehicles including room for a caravan/motorhome or such like if required.


The Berwickshire village of Birgham lies some 5 miles down The Tweed from Kelso with a thriving village community and active village community. Educational and sporting facilities and quality shops at nearby Kelso or Coldstream where the Hirsel Estate is a particular attraction. Birgham has good links with Edinburgh and Newcastle an hour by car and the main east coast rail connection at Berwick-upon-Tweed some eighteen miles distant. Birgham also benefits from a regular bus service with connections to both Edinburgh and Newcastle.

Key Features

•Village Setting Mid Way Between Kelso and Coldstream on the banks of the River Tweed
•Well Appointed Bungalow- Ideal for the Retiree
•Spacious Interior
•Move In Condition- Light Neutral Decor
•Open Aspects To The Rear
•Private Gardens and Drive


The entrance vestibule with floor to ceiling window to the front is a very useful area with plenty of space for coat hanging, boot storage etc. From here the glazed internal door opens into a welcoming hallway allowing access to all further accommodation and with the benefit of a built in storage cupboard and hatch to the attic. Overlooking the garden to the rear, the lounge is a sizable room with large windows ensuring good light and a southerly aspect. Enjoying a similar aspect is the kitchen which also benefits from direct access to the gardens. Fitted with a good range of wall and base units there is plenty of storage and space for dining table and chairs. Both bedrooms are spacious double rooms benefitting from built in wardrobe storage and an aspect to the front of the bungalow whilst the bathroom is centrally positioned and fitted with a white three piece suite complete with shower over the bath and wet wall panelling surround.

Drive and Parking

There is a lengthy gravelled private driveway currently providing more than enough room for several vehicles. The drive could be opened up further towards the rear if required to securely house a motorhome/caravan or such like.


Wrapping around the side and rear of the bungalow the gardens enjoy excellent privacy and good sun thanks to the south facing aspect. Currently they are mainly laid to lawn with some planted beds/borders but also provide scope for further landscaping for any green fingered gardening enthusiasts. The fenced surround ensures the gardens are completely secure and the grass paddocks which extend beyond allow for a pleasant open aspect.


Lounge 4.35m x 4.08m
Kitchen 4.38m x 2.86m
Bedroom One 4.20m x 3.01m
Bedroom Two 3.68m x 3.23m
Bathroom 2.98m x 1.70m


Mains water, electricity and drainage. Double glazing. Oil fired central heating.

Council Tax

Band D


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