Property: Coldingham Grand Designs style house with coastal views
A GRAND DESIGNS style property overlooking the coast could make an excellent family home or rental opportunity.
Taobh Na Mara, which translates to “by the sea”, sits high above Coldingham Bay with impressive views of the coastline.
The five-bedroom, four-bathroom home on The Mount is on the market for offers of over £625,000.
A spokesman for estate agents Hastings Legal said: “Nestled in a stunning elevated location above Coldingham Bay, this individually designed property has been built to impress; the large family home benefits from a superb interior layout with a fabulously social living spaces, the option of up to five bedrooms and an adjoining independent annex which has been built with the aim of living over several generations, but which could also offer opportunities to generate an income stream from the vacation rental/Airbnb.
“The unique design features are immediately evident with the striking exterior cladding and stunning roof terrace which not only offer sea views but also beautiful rural outlooks over the surrounding countryside.
“With famous Coldingham Bay and the village itself within walking distance, this property presents the ideal location for those seeking peace and quiet whilst still maintaining excellent commuter links; the A1 trunk road is only Only a few miles away, the recently opened train station at nearby Reston offers regular connections to Edinburgh city centre, while the main east coast rail line is a short drive away at Berwick Upon Tweed , offers excellent connections to the south; a winning combination of coast, countryside and convenience.”
There is also the possibility for the owner to put more of his own spin on the property.
Some finishing touches are needed on the landscaping of the outdoor spaces and cosmetic details in the annex and the en-suite master bedroom.
The Hastings Legal spokesperson added: ‘A rare chance for a buyer to purchase a newly completed property which still offers the opportunity to add its own character.
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