0.45 Hectares / 1.12 Acres
The extends to 0.453 hectares (1.12 acres) and is considered to have potential for 7 residential dwellings.
Berwick upon Tweed is the northern most town in England, located in North Northumberland and close to the Scottish Borders. The town is served by the A1 trunk road connecting to Edinburgh and Newcastle, both approximately 65 miles to the north and south respectively.
The site is located on the south bank of the River Tweed, lying between the foreshore and Dock Road. The site is close to a number of residential areas, to the south of the town centre. The site occupies a prominent location fronting directly onto Dock Road and the River Tweed on the northern frontage of Spittal village.
The site is largely rectangular in shape and includes a wooden jetty structure leading to the River Tweed. The site was formerly occupied by Tarmac Northern as a Roadstone and Aggregate Quay but is now vacant and has been cleared of previous buildings with just partial hard standing remaining.
The site extends to 0.453 hectares and is considered suitable for residential development.
Offers are invited for the freehold interest and should be made in writing to Cushman & Wakefield. Any purchaser will be required to obtain a satisfactory and implementable planning permission for residential use prior to completing any purchase.
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