A pretty white-washed cottage in the heart of a charming fishing village, from where winding lanes lead to the sheltered cove of Coldingham Sands and the convivial local pub just a stone’s throw away.
Ideal for dog-lovers, walkers, surfers and divers with St. Abbs Nature Reserve just 2 miles away.
Lying just off the A1 on the Berwickshire east coast, Crosslea is a traditional three-bedroom cottage brilliantly located for families who relish bucket-and-spade time on the beach or outdoor enthusiasts wishing to make the most of the excellent water sports, walking and wildlife viewing on offer at St Abbs Nature reserve.
On the ground floor of this homely cottage you’ll find a cosy sitting room with squishy leather sofas and a wood burning stove and a Shaker-style eat-in kitchen. Up a few stairs is the snug with TV and bi-folding doors opening out to a small enclosed garden. The adjoining outbuilding is just the place for drying off dogs or storing bikes, dive kit or surf boards.
Upstairs at mid-floor level is a double bedroom and two further bedrooms on the first floor; one a double with en suite and a twin (with additional truckle beds) served by a family bathroom.
To the front of the cottage, there is private parking for two cars.