The house is impressive enough, but when you factor in the location, The Pavilion modernist property in Coldingham Bay, Scottish Borders really is something special.
The house occupies the site of a former Edwardian pavilion, with this new building providing quite a contrast from that we would imagine, built in steel with a Shucho glazing system and offering what the agent describes as ‘a dramatic and very privileged position’. In other words, great views. It looks isolated too, but this house is just a short distance from Berwick upon Tweed, which has links to mainline rail routes.
It would make a stunning holiday home, but the asking price might well limit that particular appeal. More on that later.
As for the house, that’s a double storey build and one that offers ‘panoramic’ views of the bay from all rooms. It is constructed in steel, with polished concrete floors, remote lighting (and sockets) plus underfloor heating throughout. The finish inside is stylish, open and contemporary, as you would expect.
The upper floor houses the entrance reception, kitchen, dining and living areas, as well as storage space, utility and cloakroom / WC. On the lower ground floor you will find four double bedrooms with floor to ceiling windows and doors that lead out onto the terrace, as well as en-suites with slate tiling.
Outside you will find two parking bays, with planning permission for a single garage. There is also a beach hut, landscaped grounds, illuminated pathways leading down to the main entrance and of course, the beach on your doorstep.
As we said, a stunning holiday bolt hole you would imagine, although with a guide price of £1,250,000 that’s likely to be a push (to say the least) for most of us.
Images and details courtesy of Sanderson Young. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit their website.
Thanks to Mark Powell for the tip off!