Help to Buy is available on this 3 bedroom family home called The Sutton close to a lovely traditional village green of nearly an acre and also has views to the Cheviot Hills with its south facing back garden. It incorporates good specification and the potential to choose from a range of kitchens with a selection of Siemens appliances as well as tiles to the en-suite and bathroom.
The Sutton is situated in Leet Haugh which is a new development designed in the style of a conservation village, located on the edge of Coldstream with access to the historic Hirsel Estate which has a golf course, woodland walks, tea room and craft shops.
On the ground floor, this period style family home has a fully fitted dining kitchen, living room with patio door to a private garden, storage cupboard, under-stair storage and WC.
The first floor has three large bedrooms. The master bedroom has a spacious en-suite and there are two further bedrooms, one with built-in wardrobes, and bright characterful family bathroom. There is additional storage on the upper landing. This family home has gas central heating.
The development comprises a mix of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes specifically designed to suit modern living within a conservation style country village influenced by the structure of a country estate. The architecture reflects the regional design vernacular with the use of oak features sourced from the nearby Hirsel Estate, finials hand turned on the Ford & Etal Estate, hand carved fascias, scallop and diamond patterned slate features, bronze finials on selected properties and the iconic weathervane located in the courtyard. Despite the conservation and period design approach, the homes benefit from gas central heating, low energy lighting and generous insulation to meet or exceed the current building regulations.
The development has been designed to form its own sense of place within Coldstream and the layout creates distinct areas nestled within landscaped zones and courtyards so as to create a sense of individual communities within Leet Haugh.