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4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 16 315000Aitchisons Property Centre, Woolerrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

A superb opportunity to purchase this stunning four bedroom detached house, which has recently been built to a high specification and located within this much sought after residential area. This ideal family home is set within good sized gardens and grounds, with a block paved driveway offering ample 'off street' parking in front of the integral garage and private lawn gardens to the side and rear, with mature trees and a large decked sitting area.
The immaculate interior comprises of an entrance hall with a cloakroom and stairs to the upper level, a generous lounge and a separate dining room, a large breakfasting kitchen with an excellent range of modern cream shaker styled units with appliances and bi-folding doors onto the decked sitting area in the rear garden. There is a useful utility room with access into the integral garage.
On the first floor are four double bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobes and the master bedroom has a walk-in cupboard and an en-suite shower room. Also on this level is a family bathroom.
The house benefits from full double glazing and gas central heating.
Viewing is highly recommended.

Entrance Hall - 16' 3 x 7' 4 (4.88m 0.08m x 2.13m 0.10m) - Partially glazed entrance door with a glass panel to either side giving access to the entrance hall. Stairs to the first floor landing with a cloaks hanging area below. Central heating radiator, four power points and inset ceiling spotlights.

Cloakroom - 4' x 9'6 (1.22m x 2.90m) - Fitted with a white two piece suite, which includes a wash hand basin with a towel ring to the side, a toilet and a central heating radiator. Extractor fan.

Lounge - 16' 3 x 11'3 (4.88m 0.08m x 3.43m) - A good sized reception room with a triple window to the front and a central heating radiator. Eight power points and a television point.

Dining Room - 12' x 9'3 (3.66m x 2.82m) - With ample space for a table and chairs, the dining room has a double window to the front, a central heating radiator, a television point, a telephone point and eight power points.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 13' 5 x 23'1 (3.96m 0.13m x 7.04m) - Fitted with an excellent range of cream wall and floor Shaker style units, with under unit lighting and spacious granite effect worktop surfaces with a tiled splash back. Integrated fridge, freezer and dish washing machine. Built-in oven, four ring gas hob with cooker hood above. One and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer below the double window to the rear. Two central heating radiators. Triple bi-folding doors onto a large decked sitting area in the rear garden. Television point, inset ceiling spotlights and thirteen power points.

Utility Room - 13' 5 x 6'1 (3.96m 0.13m x 1.85m) - Fitted with cream shaker style wall and floor cupboards with black marble effect worktop surfaces with a tiled splash back. Stainless steel sink and drainer below the window to the rear. Cupboard housing the central heating boiler. Plumbing for an automatic washing machine, a central heating radiator and six power points. Door to the integral garage.

First Floor Landing - A large galleried landing with access to the loft and a built-in storage cupboard. Central heating radiator and four power points.

Bedroom 1 - 15'9 x 11'3 (4.80m x 3.43m) - A generous double bedroom with a walk-in storage cupboard with a window and a central heating radiator. The bedroom has a triple window to the front, a central heating radiator, a television point and six power points.

En-Suite Shower Room - 7'3 x 7'5 (2.21m x 2.26m) - Fitted with a luxury white three piece suite which includes a walk-in shower cubicle, a toilet and a wash and basin with a mirror and light above and a range of vanity cupboard below. Heated towel rail, inset ceiling spotlights and a frosted window to the side.

Bedroom 2 - 13' 9 x 9'3 (3.96m 0.23m x 2.82m) - A double bedroom with a built-in double wardrobe and a double window to the front. Central heating radiator, a television point and six power points.

Bedroom 3 - 14' x 9'3 (4.27m x 2.82m) - Another double bedroom with a built-in double wardrobe and a window to the rear. Central heating radiator, television point and eight power points

Bedroom 4 - 10' x 11'2 (3.05m x 3.40m) - Double bedroom with the window to the rear and a built-in wardrobe. Central heating radiator and six power points.

Family Bathroom - 10' 1 x 7'5 (3.05m 0.03m x 2.26m) - Fitted with a modern white three piece suite, which includes a wash and basin with vanity unit below and a mirrored medicine cabinet above. Toilet, shower bath with a screen and shower above. Frosted window to the rear and a heated towel rail. Inset ceiling spotlights.

Integral Garage - 17'6 x 10'6 (5.33m x 3.20m) - With the roller door to the front giving vehicular access and a door to the side of the garage. Lighting, power points and a water tap.

Outside - Double wrought iron gates giving access to a generous block paved driveway, offering ample 'off street' parking in front of the house and the garage. Access to either side of the house leading to the rear garden which has generous lawn areas bounded by mature trees and being overlooked by a decked sitting area.

General Information - Full double glazing.
Full gas central heating.
All fitted floor coverings are included in the sale.
Freehold.
Mains water, electric and gas and sewage is via a pumping station.

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4 Bedroom End Of Terrace House For Sale
4 bedroom end of terrace house for sale 10 235000Aitchisons Property Centre, Woolerrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

We are delighted to offer for sale this spacious stone built four bedroom end terraced Victorian house, which is located in an elevated position with superb views over Wooler and the surrounding countryside. The house is conveniently located within easy walking distance to the centre of Wooler and all its facilities.
The well proportioned accommodation is set on three floors, which has character and charm, with many of the original features being retained. On the ground floor is a lounge with a marble fireplace and a deep bay window to the front and an archway leading to the dining room, with ample space for a table and chairs. Well appointed beech kitchen with a range and access to the rear garden. On the first floor is the family bathroom with a four piece white suite including a roll top bath. There are two generous double bedrooms on this level, both with original cast iron fireplaces and the main bedroom has stripped pine flooring and a large bay window to the front to take advantage of the views. On the upper floor are two further bedrooms with fine open views.
Well stocked garden to the front and a lawn garden to the rear with a timber garden shed. Ashcroft has partial double glazing and full gas central heating.
This would make a superb family home.

Front Door Vestibule - 4'9 x 3'5 (1.45m x 1.04m) - Partially glazed entrance door to the vestibule, which has a cloaks hanging area and a meter cupboard. Glazed door to the entrance hall.

Entrance Hall - 10'2 x 3'4 (3.10m x 1.02m) - With stairs to the first floor landing, a central heating radiator and one power point.

Lounge - 14'3 x 12'5 (4.34m x 3.78m) - A spacious reception room, with a large bay window to the front with attractive views of the surrounding countryside and the front garden. The lounge has an attractive open coal marble fireplace, cornice on the ceiling and a picture rail. Central heating radiator, a telephone point, television point and six power points. Large archway to the dining room.

Dining Room - 12'9 x 11'3 (3.89m x 3.43m) - With ample space for a table and chairs, the dining room has two built-in shelved double cupboards, a window to the rear and a central heating radiator. Two power points and a door to the kitchen.

Kitchen - 11'7 x 8'8 (3.53m x 2.64m) - Fitted with a range of beech wall and floor kitchen units, with black granite effect worktop surfaces. Stainless steel sink and drainer below the window to the rear, there is also a Velux window. Partially glazed entrance door to the side of the house giving access to the rear garden. Gas fired range, a built-in under stairs cupboard, plumbing for an automatic washing machine and a wall mounted central heating boiler. Inset ceiling spotlights, a central heating radiator and seven power points.

First Floor Landing - 15'7 x 5'9 (4.75m x 1.75m) - With stairs to the second floor level.

Bathroom - 7'5 x 8'6 (2.26m x 2.59m) - Fitted with a white four piece suite, which includes a roll top bath, a shower cubicle with an electric shower, a low-level toilet and wash hand basin below the frosted window to the side. Heated towel rail.

Bedroom 1 - 15' x 16'3 (4.57m x 4.95m) - A generous double bedroom with a large bay window to the front with superb views over the surrounding countryside. Original cast iron fireplace and stripped pine flooring. Coving on the ceiling, a central heating radiator and three power points.

Bedroom 2 - 13'9 x 10' (4.19m x 3.05m) - Another double bedroom with an original cast-iron fireplace, a window to the rear and a central heating radiator. Two power points.

Second Floor Landing - With a built-in storage cupboard.

Bedroom 3 - 9' x 15'8 (2.74m x 4.78m) - A double bedroom with the window to the front with superb countryside views. A central heating radiator and two power points.

Bedroom 4/Office - 9'9 x 9'5 (2.97m x 2.87m) - Currently being used as an office, it would make another bedroom, with a window to the rear with pleasant views over Wooler. Central heating radiator and two power points.

Outside - A good sized garden to the front which is laid to a lawn and a well stocked rockery. Lawn garden to the rear with a timber garden shed.

General Information - Full gas central heating.
Partial double glazing.
All fitted floor coverings are included in the sale.
Freehold.
All mains services are connected.
Council tax band B.

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4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 13 99950Rook Matthews Sayer, Alnwickrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

For Sale Under Auction Terms - Tuesday 30th June 2020 - Terms and conditions apply.

A unique opportunity to acquire a substantial Grade II historic property with full planning consent and listed building consent standing within substantial grounds. The property is located in the hamlet of Haugh Head, situated just outside the market town of Wooler, lying closely to the A697. The 18th century property does require full restoration however the approved plans will offer spacious and versatile accommodation along with retaining original and characterful features, such as internal window panelling and doors.

The planning permissions allow internal changes to create a substantial four-bedroom house with a reconfigured floorplan to create a light and airy modern living environment with large rooms benefitting from southerly light from a much increased glass area. Also, the permissions extends to a loft conversion to create a master bedroom incorporating multiple skylights, while the attached two-bedroom cottage has permission to extend the ground floor area and to reconfigure the internal space to produce a spacious living area.

The property is accessed from a private drive, shared between four properties. There are gardens to the front, rear and West side, with sufficient space for a garage to the North subject to necessary planning. There is a small fast-flowing stream that runs through the grounds and water comes from private borehole equalling no water charges. The adjoining ruined property is believed to be the original George and Dragon Inn. The remains of this ancient coaching inn and the stone lean-to stable alongside forms part of the sale. These building if rebuilt could extend the living accommodation or form a separate living unit, subject to obtaining planning ad listed building consent. A viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate the extent and the potential of this property.

AGENTS NOTE
Please note internal viewings will be carried out at the owner’s discretion. 

AGENTS NOTE
A Structural Inspection Report has been carried out by Patrick Parsons LLP and is available on request.

PLANNING APPLICATION:
Northumberland County council Application number: 17/04466/FUL

TENURE
The property is freehold. Should you proceed with the purchase of this property, these details must be verified by your Solicitor.

AL6071/CS/SS/02.06.2020/V.4

Energy Performance Certificate - Not Required
 Each auction property is offered at a guide price and is also subject to a reserve price. The guide price is the level where the bidding will commence. The reserve price is the seller’s minimum acceptable price at auction and the figure below which the auctioneer cannot sell. The reserve price, which may be up to 10% higher than the guide price, is not disclosed and remains confidential between the seller and the auctioneer. Both the guide price and the reserve price can be subject to change up to and including the day of the auction. The successful buyer pays a £750+VAT (total £900) Auction Administration Fee.  

Joint Agents: The Agents Property Auction Ltd.  

Terms and conditions apply.
 


10 Bedroom Character Property For Sale
10 bedroom character property for sale 16 1650000Finest Properties, Corbridgerightmove

Accommodation in Brief
Cottage 1
Sitting Room | Kitchen | Dining Area | Shower Room | Two Bedrooms | Bathroom

Cottage 2
Sitting Room | Kitchen | Dining Room | Shower Room | Two Bedrooms | Bathroom

Cottage 3
Sitting Room | Dining Kitchen | Bedroom with En-suite Bathroom | Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room

Cottage 4
Sitting Room | Dining Kitchen | Snug | WC | Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room | Two Further Bedrooms | Bathroom

Cottage 5
Sitting Room | Kitchen | Bedroom with En-suite Bathroom

Parking | Gardens | Laundry

The Property
A superb lifestyle and business opportunity of this kind very rarely comes to the market, providing an approximate gross return of around 10% and being well established in a unique country setting with excellent repeat custom, yet offering huge potential to develop further if required.

The five holiday cottages are traditionally stone built with their own gardens and have been sensitively positioned around the courtyard. This pretty development of attractive properties has been constructed to meet a high standard of architectural design and workmanship and very much in keeping with the country theme.

Unusually, no holiday occupancy restrictions apply to these cottages so they could, if desired, eventually be sold separately for owner occupation.
All the cottages are accredited by Visit England as a 5 Star Gold self-catering accommodation venue, benefitting from a wealth of opportunities to relax in style or explore the idyllic surrounds.

This charming selection of properties includes a romantic cottage, perfect for a couple, complete with a relaxing hydrotherapy bath tub for the ultimate in luxury. Three of the cottages offer ideal accommodation for up to four persons and all have the most wonderful country views across the Cheviot foothills.

The largest cottage sleeps up to six persons and is built in the style of an old Northumbrian farmstead. This beautifully appointed property was chosen by Visit Britain to set the example for its nationwide quality assessment scheme.

All the properties are built to exacting standards; the internal finishes are exquisite with high quality fixtures, fittings and soft furnishings throughout all following a country theme, offering customers a touch of luxury whilst being sympathetic to the countryside surroundings.

Externally
Each of the cottages has private outdoor space and there is ample individual parking.

Local Information
The Courtyard is located in the Cheviot foothills and Northumberland National Park in the tranquil Breamish Valley, beyond the village of Powburn and conveniently close to Alnwick. Reputedly one of the most important archaeological landscapes in the country with wide open moorland and tumbling waterfalls and ideally placed for exploring the rolling countryside and the north east coastal areas. Northumberland National Park is recognised as being one of England's least densely populated and most tranquil areas, offering more than 700 miles of footpaths and rights of way whereby you can walk, horse-ride or cycle in complete peace; extending just south of Hadrian's Wall to the River Glen Valley, north-west of Wooler towards the Scottish Border in the north.

The attractive local market towns of Wooler and Alnwick provide a range of day-to-day amenities, including shops, restaurants, cafes, public houses, health centres and library. There are abundant opportunities for sports and leisure enthusiasts, with golf clubs set in spectacular scenery and a range of further sporting clubs including cricket, angling, shooting, cycling and running. Both Morpeth and Berwick-upon-Tweed are within easy reach and provide further comprehensive cultural, educational, recreational and shopping facilities.

For schooling there are First Schools at Branton and Whittingham, a Middle School in Wooler and in Alnwick where there is also the Duchess's Community High School. In addition, Longridge towers School is situated just outside Berwick-upon-Tweed and a good choice of private Newcastle schools which are easily commutable and also served by a school bus from Alnwick.

The railway stations at either Alnmouth or Berwick-upon-Tweed provide regular services to both Newcastle and Edinburgh, which in turn link to main line services to other major UK cities north and south. Newcastle International Airport is also with reach.

Approximate Mileages
Powburn Village 3.9 miles | Wooler 10.7 miles | Alnwick town 14.1 miles | Newcastle International Airport 40.5 miles | Newcastle City centre 42.6 miles | Edinburgh City Centre 72.8 miles


8 Bedroom Country House For Sale
8 bedroom country house for sale 23 Finest Properties, Corbridgerightmove

The Property

A superb lifestyle and business opportunity of this kind rarely comes to the market - being well established in a unique country setting with excellent repeat custom yet offering huge potential to develop further if required.

The Georgian and late Victorian eight bedroom main house is set in private and secluded grounds in the heart of the Northumberland National Park with a successful portfolio of luxury holiday cottages scattered around the grounds. The setting is simply idyllic being in a peaceful position with picturesque surroundings, yet accessible and within good reach of Alnwick and Morpeth market towns, beautiful beaches and the hills.

The substantial detached stone dwelling is currently a family home of generous proportions and has great potential to incorporate into the existing business or to continue as a private family house. There are mature lawned and wooded gardens together with a grazing paddock with stabling and yard.

The eight holiday cottages which comprise a mix of conversions and new build are mostly detached, are traditionally stone built with their own gardens and have been sensitively positioned around the grounds. This pretty development of attractive properties has been constructed to meet high standards of architectural design and workmanship and very much in keeping with the country theme. Unusually, no holiday occupancy restrictions apply to these cottages so they could if wished eventually be sold separately for owner occupation.

The property is currently being operated as a successful lifestyle business - all accredited by Visit England as a 5 Star Gold self-catering accommodation venue, benefiting from a wealth of opportunities to relax in style or explore the idyllic surrounds. Indeed two of the properties in particular are very high end and have attained an extremely rare 100% for the last five consecutive years.


8 Bedroom Country House For Sale
8 bedroom country house for sale 17 2650000Finest Properties, Corbridgerightmove

Accommodation in Brief
Front Lobby | Reception Hall | Sitting Room | Drawing Room | Study | Living Kitchen | Housekeepers Preparation Room | Boot Room | Rear Lobby | Downstairs Bathroom | Walk In Pantry/Utility room| Eight Bedrooms | Jack & Jill En-suite Bathroom | Wet Room | Attic Space | Cellar

Annexe - Currently Adjoining Main House
Entrance Lobby | Central Landing | Kitchen/Bedroom | Sitting Room/Bedroom | Two Further Bedrooms | Bathroom

Stables | Paddock | Parking | Gardens | Three Holiday Cottages

The Property
A superb lifestyle and business opportunity of this kind very rarely comes to the market - being well established in a unique country setting with excellent repeat custom, yet offering huge potential to develop further if required.

The Grade II Listed Georgian and late Victorian eight bedroom main house is set in private and secluded grounds in the heart of the Northumberland National Park with a successful portfolio of luxury holiday cottages. The setting is simply idyllic being in a peaceful position with picturesque surroundings, yet accessible and within good reach of Alnwick and Morpeth market towns, beautiful beaches and the hills.

The substantial detached stone dwelling is currently a family home of generous proportions and has a great potential to incorporate into the existing business or to continue as a private family house. There are mature lawned and wooded gardens together with a grazing paddock with stabling and yard.

The three holiday cottages, two detached and one adjoining the main house, are traditionally stone built with their own gardens and have been sensitively positioned around the grounds. This pretty development of attractive properties has been constructed to meet a high standard of architectural design and workmanship and very much in keeping with the country theme. Unusually, no holiday occupancy restrictions apply to these cottages so they could, if wished, eventually be sold separately for owner occupation.

The property is currently being operated as a successful lifestyle business - all accredited by Visit England as a 5 Star Gold self-catering accommodation venue, benefitting from a wealth of opportunities to relax in style or explore the idyllic surrounds. Indeed two of the properties in particular are very high end and have attained an extremely rare 100% for the last five consecutive years.

Country House
A sweeping gravel drive with a turning circle incorporating a central stone water feature, leads to the entrance of this Grade II Listed Georgian and late Victorian country house; a substantial property with a host of period features which are evident throughout, including sash windows with working wooden shutters, cornicing, decorative plaster work, fireplaces, original doors and dado rails. Once through the entrance lobby a wooden door leads to the welcoming reception hallway which is central to the property and offers sandstone floor, multi-fuel burner and is adjacent to the downstairs accommodation and staircase to the upper floors. To the front elevation is the study named "the round room" due to three large sash windows set as a circular dimension which floods the room with natural light, a room of good proportions with window seats overlooking the paddock, it also benefits from a built-in gun cupboard.

The sitting room sits to the rear elevation, and is approached through a large archway with period plaster detailing and cornicing, a lovely room to relax which benefits from dual aspect to the side and rear, period window shutters, window seats, wood flooring and two open fireplaces with cast iron insets and marble surrounds. A further reception room overlooks the south lawns and could lend itself to a host of other uses, offering doors to the rear garden and a working fire.

A wonderfully light large living kitchen forms the heart of this house and has been recently totally refitted. This living dining kitchen is of generous proportions and offers a lovely space for casual dining and entertaining with an impressive inglenook fireplace with multi-fuel stove to the rear of the kitchen which adds an element of period interest with a stone lintel and wooden mantle over. Quality, bespoke cabinetry has been fitted by the Newcastle Furniture Company along with a central island with sitting area with complementary granite work surfaces. Integral appliances include a four oven oil AGA set in a feature inglenook, an Italian wood fired three space pizza oven to the alcove, two dishwashers, American style fridge freezer, a gas five ring hob, electric oven, steam oven, Nespresso coffee machine and a Teppanyaki hot plate. Off the kitchen is the housekeeper's preparation room and access to the rear garden. The breakfasting area sits to the front elevation and offers built-in corner seating, ample room for a good size table and a period cast iron feature fireplace. The rear lobby and boot room is accessed from both the kitchen and the breakfasting area and has a tiled floor and access to the rear inner courtyard. A combined walk in pantry and utility room is situated off the boot room which is fully shelved and plumbed for a washing machine and tumble dryer. A useful downstairs bathroom also sits off the boot room and offers attractive tiling to the floor, half wood paneling to the walls, bath with shower over, wash-hand basin and WC.

The beautiful wooden staircase, with intricate period carvings sits centrally and has a bright and open feel which is enhanced by the large windows which flood the area with natural light. The upper landing leads to four of the bedrooms, all of good size, one to the front elevation which mirrors the "round room study" below, one twin bedroom to the side, presently used as a dressing room by the current owners, with built-in shelving and hanging space and two to the rear; one of which benefits from a Jack & Jill en-suite bathroom to the landing; with a wooden floor, freestanding roll top bath with central taps, an open fire with cast iron insert, stone hearth and wooden surround, wash-hand basin and WC. The other bedrooms are served by a wet room with tiled walls and floor, rainforest shower, built-in vanity unit with wash-hand basin and illuminated mirror, two heated towel rails and a WC. Access to the attic space is from the landing via a short flight of stairs where there are two rooms used for storage.

The Annexe
The Georgian annexe adjoins the main house and was previously run as a successful holiday let. It also offers scope for further ancillary accommodation as an interconnecting door from the main house landing could easily be re-instated to fully incorporate this accommodation. Originally there were four bedrooms and a bathroom which are currently configured to incorporate a kitchen, with fitted units, integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer with room for a table and chairs, two bedrooms, one to the front elevation and one to the rear, with storage cupboards, a sitting room with corner period fireplace and a bathroom with roll top bath, corner shower, wash-hand basin and WC. It is private and self-contained, enjoying independent access from the main lobby at the front of the property and up a staircase to the main landing.

Access to the cellar is from the main lobby, currently used only for storage a flight of stone steps lead to one main hallway with four separate units off.

The Cottages
Nestled within the grounds are a bespoke collection of three individual luxury self-catering holiday cottages with their own gardens/courtyard. They are all independently graded by Visit Britain as being awarded Five Star Gold.

One is an 18th Century conversion providing a characterful bolthole for two people. The second is a single storey top end luxury contemporary dwelling for a couple and includes private sauna and hot tub. The third is one of a kind being a converted former stable block now luxurious two person hideaway complete with private swimspa and twin Jacuzzis actually inside the cottage.

All the properties are built to exacting standards; the internal finishes are exquisite with high quality fixtures, fittings and soft furnishings throughout all following a country theme, offering customers a touch of luxury whilst being sympathetic to the countryside surroundings.

Externally
The attractive landscaped garden to the rear is adjacent to the house, mainly laid to lawn for ease of maintenance with mature plantings of trees, shrubs and hedging for privacy. Three loose box stables sit to the front of the property and include a separate tack-room, free draining hard standing yard and a grazing paddock with wall and fence boundaries.

Local Information
The property is located in the Cheviot foothills and Northumberland National Park in the tranquil Breamish Valley, just outside the village of Powburn and conveniently close to Alnwick. Reputedly one of the most important archaeological landscapes in the country with wide open moorland and tumbling waterfalls and ideally placed for exploring the rolling countryside and the north east coastal areas. Northumberland National Park is recognised as being one of England's least densely populated and most tranquil areas, offering more than 700 miles of footpaths and rights of way whereby you can walk, horse-ride or cycle in complete peace; extending just south of Hadrian's Wall to the River Glen Valley, north-west of Wooler towards the Scottish Border in the north.

The attractive local market towns of Wooler and Alnwick provide a range of day-to-day amenities, including shops, restaurants, cafes, public houses, health centres and library. There are abundant opportunities for sports and leisure enthusiasts, with golf clubs set in spectacular scenery and a range of further sporting clubs including cricket, angling, shooting, cycling and running. Both Morpeth and Berwick-upon-Tweed are within easy reach and provide further comprehensive cultural, educational, recreational and shopping facilities.

For schooling there are First Schools at Branton and Whittingham, a Middle School in Wooler and in Alnwick where there is also the Duchess's Community High School. In addition, Longridge towers School is situated just outside Berwick-upon-Tweed and a good choice of private Newcastle schools which are easily commutable and also served by a school bus from Alnwick.

The railway stations at either Alnmouth or Berwick-upon-Tweed provide regular services to both Newcastle and Edinburgh, which in turn link to main line services to other major UK cities north and south. Newcastle International Airport is also with reach.

Approximate Mileages
Powburn Village 3.9 miles | Wooler 10.7 miles | Alnwick town 14.1 miles | Newcastle International Airport 40.5 miles | Newcastle City centre 42.6 miles | Edinburgh City Centre 72.8 miles


5 Bedroom Townhouse For Sale
5 bedroom townhouse for sale 15 1335000Aitchisons Property Centre - Wooleronthemarket
A superb opportunity to purchase this beautifully presented five bedroom townhouse, which is located in the heart of this popular Northumberland town, within easy walking distance to shops and facilities within Wooler. Cheviot Villa has in the past been run as a successful bed and breakfast establishment, however, it would make a stunning family home.
The property has been immaculately maintained, which has character and charm, including coving and ceiling roses, inglenook fireplaces and quality fixtures and fittings throughout. The property has pleasant views over Wooler and surrounding countryside.
The house is entered though a vestibule with tiled floor and leads to the entrance hall with attractive staircase. There is a well proportioned lounge with inglenook fireplace with multi-fuel stove, a separate dining room with large inglenook fireplace and a quality cream shaker styled kitchen with appliances. On the first floor are three bedrooms, two are double and they both have en-suite facilities. On the upper floor is a modern family bathroom and two further double bedrooms. The house has full double glazing and gas central heating.
Enclosed courtyard to the rear of the house, with steps up to a lawn garden with shed.
Viewing is highly recommended.

Vestibule - 7'8 x 3'8 (2.34m x 1.12m) - Partially glazed door to the front leading to the vestibule, which has a tiled floor and a central heating radiator.

Entrance Hall - 19'11 x 6'8 (6.07m x 2.03m) - Original tiled floor and carved staircase to the first floor landing, with two built-in under stairs cupboards. Central heating radiator and four power points.

Lounge - 14'2 x 14'9 (4.32m x 4.50m) - An attractive and well proportioned reception room with coving and a ceiling rose. Inglenook fireplace with a multi-fuel stove and oak mantlepiece. Triple window to the front, a central heating radiator, eight power points and a cupboard housing the gas meters.

Dining Room - 13'2 x 13'9 (4.01m x 4.19m) - Ample space for a table and chairs, the dining room has coving, a ceiling rose and a large brick built inglenook fireplace, with beamed mantlepiece and a shelved alcove to the side. Window to the rear, a central heating radiator. Six power points and a television point.

Kitchen - 17'2 x 9'9 (5.23m x 2.97m) - Fitted with an excellent range of cream shaker styled wall and floor kitchen units, with under unit lighting and wood effect worktop surfaces with a tiled splash back. Integrated automatic dish washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge and freezer. One and a half bowl ceramic sink and drainer and a circular stainless steel sink below the two windows to the side. Rangemaster gas stove with cooker hood above. Inset ceiling spot lights, a column radiator, glazed entrance door to the side of the house and twenty two power points.

First Floor Landing - 22'11 x 6'7 (6.99m x 2.01m) - On the half landing there is a built-in airing cupboard housing the hot water tank. Central heating radiator. Three power points.

Bedroom 1 - 12'2 x 12'2 (3.71m x 3.71m) - A generous double bedroom with a window to the rear and a built-in wardrobe with cupboard space above. Coving and a ceiling rose, a central heating radiator and twelve power points.

En-Suite Shower Room - 9'6 x 7'1 (2.90m x 2.16m) - White three piece suite which includes a corner shower cubicle, a wash hand basin with mirror, shaver light and socket above. Low level toilet, a central heating radiator and two windows to the side.

Bedroom 2 - 16'8 x 11'4 (5.08m x 3.45m) - Another double bedroom with a bay window to the front with countryside views. The bedroom has coving to the ceiling and a ceiling rose, a built-in double wardrobe with cupboard space above, ten power points and a central heating radiator.

En-Suite Shower Room - 4'9 x 4'5 (1.45m x 1.35m) - Modern white three piece suite which includes a corner shower cubicle, a wash hand basin with mirror, shaver light and socket above and a toilet. Inset ceiling spot lights.

Bedroom 3 - 9'9 x 6'7 (2.97m x 2.01m) - A single bedroom with a window to the front and a built-in wardrobe. Coving to ceiling and ceiling rose, six power points and a television point.

Second Floor Landing - 13' x 6'6 (3.96m x 1.98m) - Built-in storage cupboard, a velux window to the rear and two power points.

Bathroom - 8'8 x 7'6 (2.64m x 2.29m) - A spacious bathroom with two built-in storage cupboards and a modern white three piece suite which includes a toilet, a wash hand basin with mirror, shaver light and socket above and a bath with a shower and screen above, Beamed ceiling with inset spot lights, a heated towel rail and a velux to side.

Bedroom 4 - 13'4 x 16'6 (4.06m x 5.03m) - A double bedroom with two built-in wardrobes and two windows to the front with superb countryside views. Central heating radiator, access to the loft, nine power points and a television point.

En-Suite Shower Room - 5'2 x 6'1 (1.57m x 1.85m) - Modern white three piece suite, which includes a toilet, a wash hand basin with a mirror, shaver light and socket above, a corner shower cubicle, a heated towel rail and inset ceiling spot lights.

Bedroom 5 - 13'8 x 11'8 (4.17m x 3.56m) - Another double bedroom with two built-in wardrobes, a window to the rear, a central heating radiator and six power points.

Gardens - Enclosed courtyard to the side of the house with steps leading to a lawn garden to the rear with garden shed.

General Information - Full gas central heating - British Gas Hive installed.
Full double glazing.
All fitted floor coverings are included in the sale.
All mains services are connected.
Tenure- freehold.
Council tax band B.
Energy rating TBC

Agency Information - OFFICE OPENING HOURS
Monday - Friday 9.00 - 16.30
Saturday 9.00 - 12.00

FIXTURES & FITTINGS
Items described in these particulars are included in the sale, all other items are specifically excluded. All heating systems and their appliances are untested.
This brochure including photography was prepared in accordance with the sellers instructions.

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5 Bedroom Country House For Sale
5 bedroom country house for sale 20 850000Finest Properties - Corbridgeonthemarket

Accommodation in Brief

Entrance Hall | Drawing Room | Cloakroom/WC | Kitchen/Breakfast Room | Dining Room | Leisure Complex | Master Bedroom with En-suite | Two Double Bedrooms with En-suite | Two Further Double Bedrooms | Billiard Room | Gym | Store Room | WC | Shower Room | Utility Room | Boiler Room

Double Garage | Gardens | Paddock | Around 4.4 Acres

Additional Plot with Planning Permission Available by Separate Negotiation

The Property

The Pastures is an impressive country house built from local Doddington stone, situated in around 4.4 acres of private grounds and with magnificent views across the Glendale Valley to the Cheviot Hills. This thoughtfully-designed home offers flexible accommodation with high-quality fixtures and fittings throughout, including a feature mahogany staircase, solid mahogany doors, Heritage/Burlington bathroom fittings and mahogany, stone and slate flooring.

Started in 2000 and built with outstanding attention to detail, the exterior finish is Doddington stone, natural stone roof with aluminium powder-coated rainwater system and mahogany sash windows with double-glazing, all in keeping with the traditional aesthetics of the area. The Pastures offers great flexibility for contemporary living in a bright and spacious setting with approximately 5800 ft² of floor space.

An entrance hall with panelled door in a hand-carved stone archway and sandstone flooring offers access to the main reception rooms and the magnificent galleried staircase. Double doors lead to the drawing room with unique stone inglenook fireplace and beamed ceilings. This triple-aspect room is flooded with light and provides stunning views of the surrounding countryside.

The traditionally designed kitchen/breakfast room features a comprehensive range of hand-crafted fitted oak units all with granite work surfaces including a large central island. The 1930’s-style electric Aga is set in a feature brick chimney breast and is complemented by a Kohler porcelain double sink and Franke stainless steel sink with waste disposal unit, as well as integrated fridge, freezer and dishwasher. The worktops are pre-cut for cooking appliances, allowing the buyer freedom of choice and flexibility.

The elegant dining room offers further formal entertaining space, and the ground floor also features a stunning and expansive leisure complex. The space has been prepared for an indoor swimming pool, but provides enormous scope for a variety of possible uses, such as a cinema room or gym.

To the first floor there are three double bedrooms, all accessed from the spacious gallery landing and all with en-suite facilities. The dual aspect master bedroom features a stone fireplace with sandstone mural. The en-suite bathroom is fully tiled and fitted with whirlpool bath with shower over, twin hand basins set in mahogany vanity unit, heated towel rail, WC and bidet. Both other bedrooms are finished to the same immaculate standards, one with en-suite bathroom and the second with en-suite shower room. Completing the bedroom accommodation are two further double bedrooms on the second floor, both with attractive beamed ceilings and flooded with light from gable end windows and skylights. These bedrooms have the provision for the installation of en-suite facilities, offering the option of five double bedrooms all with en-suite.

The lower ground floor provides a wealth of modern living options. The stunning billiard room has mahogany paneled walls and a full-size Riley Aristocrat snooker table with dedicated lighting. A multi-functional room is offers the space and opportunity to be utilized as a gym, wine cellar, home cinema, study or library to meet a buyer’s requirements, whilst a second such room could easily become a sauna or simply a storage area. The practical utility room is fitted with a range of antique pine wall and floor storage alongside a double Belfast sink. An American-style top-loader washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge and freezer are available by separate negotiation with the vendor. All appliances are new and unused. The lower ground floor is completed by the boiler room and served by a useful WC with corner hand basin and a separate shower room.

Externally

The Pastures is approached through a pillared gateway with electronically operated double cast iron gates and an intercom system. The gravelled driveway leads to the integral double garage, which has electric roller doors, lighting, power and space for workshop facilities. The garage has convenient access from the utility room.

The gardens extend to around one acre and wrap around the property. A lawned terrace to the front of The Pastures offers an ideal space for outdoor entertaining or to appreciate the tranquil setting and views across the Glendale Valley. Beyond the terrace, gently sloping lawns reach down to a peaceful stream flowing through the grounds. A bridge crossing the stream from the garden leads to a paddock which is fenced and ideal for equestrian use.

A further fantastic opportunity is available in the form of an additional plot of land extending to around 0.4 acres (available by separate negotiation). This idyllic location is within walking distance of The Pastures and benefits from fully approved and implemented planning permission for a three to five bedroom traditional style home. This could offer accommodation for family, or a potential income stream as a holiday let, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.

The plot has beautiful surrounding woodland, a small stream and views of the surrounding countryside. Power, water and drainage are already available at the site, and there is the option to purchase traditional building stone, again by separate negotiation.

Local Information

The charming village of Doddington rests in the Glendale Valley close to the Northumberland National Park, overlooking the Cheviot Hills yet conveniently close to both Wooler and Berwick-upon-Tweed. Doddington has become renowned for the successful Doddington Dairy, which produces artisan cheese and ice cream that is recognized nationwide.

The attractive local market town of Wooler provides a range of day-to-day amenities, including shops, restaurants, cafes, public houses, health centre and library. There are abundant opportunities for sports and leisure enthusiasts, with Wooler Golf Club set in spectacular scenery and a range of further sporting clubs including cricket, angling, shooting, cycling and running. Berwick upon Tweed is within easy reach and provides further comprehensive cultural, educational, recreational and shopping facilities.

For schooling there are First and Middle Schools in Wooler while senior schooling is available in Berwick-upon-Tweed. In addition, Longridge Towers School is situated just outside Berwick-upon-Tweed and provides private education from nursery up to 18 years.

The railway station at Berwick-upon-Tweed provides regular services to both Newcastle and Edinburgh, which in turn link to main line services to other major UK cities north and south. Newcastle International Airport is also within reach.

Approximate Mileages

Wooler 2.8 miles | Berwick-upon-Tweed 13.9 miles | Newcastle International Airport 48.6 miles | Newcastle City Centre 52.3 miles | Edinburgh City Centre 64.4 miles

4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 29 1475000Propology Boutique Properties - Alnwickonthemarket

Surrounded by countryside with rugged, dramatic views, 3 Scout Hill in Chatton blends traditional style and contemporary accents creating something truly magical. Inspired modern yet traditional looking interiors, a wood-burning stove, a quality fitted in-frame kitchen, a double garage and a wrap around garden, you feel miles from anywhere yet the small town of Wooler is less than four miles away. Sleek styling and bespoke hand-crafted features, this home exudes a sense of laid-back luxury. Get back to basics, to nature, to rolling farmland and wildflower meadows and heritage values. A stunning home constructed with an abundance of natural materials in a breathtaking location.

Looking for the quintessential country dream home? 3 Scout Hill is a spectacular 2085 sq ft sumptuous stone and slate, stylish two storey, four bedroom new build set in a most breathtaking location. With walks right from your doorstep, lace up your hiking boots and head out for a walk through history. The property is set within the private, Scout Hill and is neighboured by three other luxurious new homes. This property enjoys a particularly peaceful location at the back of the development, overlooking the wonderful countryside surrounding the development. The honeyed sandstone walls and slate roof bring a sense of authenticity to this stylish home.

3 Scout Hill is a property that won’t fail to impress even the most discerning of buyers. The architecture punctuates the countryside, giving a picture of rural history and tradition, blending harmoniously with the contemporary touches and hand crafted features found throughout the property. The exceptional quality of the build and attention to detail combined with the beautiful interior styling of this country chic bolt-hole makes for the ultimate escape to the country.

The property and development is approached via a shared access and then leads to a private gravelled driveway with ample parking for several vehicles. There is a single garage too. Entrance to the property is to the rear.

What’s inside 3 Scout Hill?

Please refer to the floor plan provided for individual room sizes and layout.

Entrance:

Solid door to the rear of the property leading into this stunning property.

Porch:

A very spacious and well proportioned porch with hanging for coats and jackets, a fitted bench and a full length cupboard too housing the Worcester boiler. Window to the rear elevation.

Hallway:

A very generous hallway with a large storage cupboard under the stairs.

Kitchen/Diner:

This is a wonderful kitchen and dining room with a beautiful light and airy feel with it being triple aspect. You have the most spectacular views of the surrounding countryside from the front elevation and the side elevation has very pretty views too. The kitchen is of an exceptional standard with a range of wall and base units incorporating granite worktops, upstands and a splash back behind the cooker and an inset stainless steel sink. The kitchen island provides further storage and preparation space too. High quality integrated appliances don’t go a miss either with an AEG oven at eye level, an AEG microwave oven at eye level, an AEG ceramic hob with stainless steel extractor fan above, and a dishwasher. The kitchen/diner has quality fitted tile effect Karndean flooring and underfloor heating.

The French doors to the front open up onto the large stone patio area making for a wonderful area for entertaining guests on long summer evenings.

Utility Room:

A well proportioned utility room with matching base units to the kitchen and granite worktops with an inset stainless steel sink. Space for a dryer and space and plumbing for a washing machine. Quality fitted tile effect Karndean flooring and underfloor heating.

Lounge:

Accessed from the kitchen from the double glazed doors or from the hallway is this wonderfully bright and airy lounge and accentuated by the uninterrupted countryside views. The large bay window to the front elevation floods the room with oodles of natural light too. The log burning stove is a lovely feature to the room with a stone hearth and oak lintel above. Underfloor heating.

Shower Room:

A very high spec and luxurious shower room with fully tiled flooring and half tiled walls. There is a double sized walk in shower with waterfall shower head and a hand held shower, a wall hung WC and a wall hung sink with vanity, chrome heated towel radiator and underfloor heating. Frosted window to the rear elevation.

Bedroom Three:

A well proportioned double bedroom to the rear elevation with a window overlooking the rear garden. Ample space for free standing wardrobes and chest of drawers. Underfloor heating.

Bedroom Four:

Another double bedroom on the ground floor but to the front elevation with a pretty outlook across the front garden and the countryside beyond. Underfloor heating.

Stairs from the hallway up to the first floor:

Solid oak staircase and the stairwell has two Velux windows making it beautifully light.

Landing:

A large Velux window makes the landing amazingly bright. One CH radiator. There is also a very large store room from the landing. The store room has a Velux window too.

Master Bedroom with En-Suite Bathroom:

A stunning master bedroom with a dual aspect providing gorgeous views to the front elevation as well as to the rear. Two CH radiators. The master bedroom has a lovely en-suite bathroom comprising of a bath, quadrant shower, a wall hung WC, a wall hung wash hand basin and a chrome towel radiator. The bathroom has fully tiled walls and part tiled walls which adds to the stylish spa like feel and the Velux windows provides oodles of natural light.

Bedroom Two with En-Suite Shower Room:

A further large double bedroom again with a dual aspect to maximise the views that you can admire. One CH radiator. The en-suite shower room is a great addition to the bedroom and the en-suite comprises of a quadrant shower, a WC, a wall hung wash hand basin and a chrome towel radiator. Tiled floors and a Velux window complete this en-suite.

What’s outside 3 Scout Hill?

There is a wonderful wrap around garden with a stone patio area and a lawn too. The rest of the garden has been seeded to be lawn. The front garden provides an incredible spot for alfresco dining in the Summer months all whilst enjoying a spectacular view of the countryside. It’s a truly perfect barbecue spot. The attention to detail doesn’t go a miss anywhere with this property and that can be seen with the stone retaining wall in the back garden and the boundaries being defined by post and rail fence with hedging planted as well.

Garage:

Single garage with a roller door, power and lighting.

What Propology love about 3 Scout Hill and Chatton:

We absolutely love this stunning new stone and slate property, from the layout and the flow of this home, to the high standard of construction that makes country and luxury contemporary finishes work so well together. The peaceful location is a huge bonus too, with gorgeous countryside views, yet close proximity to Wooler less than four miles away and the iconic Northumberland coastline is just a short drive away.

The pretty village of Chatton is less than four miles east of Wooler and is only a short drive away from the stunning iconic coastline of north Northumberland. Chatton has some very useful and lovely amenities including the very popular Percy Arms where you can enjoy Real ales and homemade pub food, a village store, a fishing lake, an art gallery and a village hall too. The A1 is easily accessed within a few minutes drive and the market town of Alnwick is only twenty minutes away with its hugely popular attractions and facilities. The mainline rail stations can be accessed at Berwick -upon -Tweed and Alnmouth, Chatton truly is a charming and peaceful Village yet comes with an easily accessible location.

2 Bedroom Park Home For Sale
2 bedroom park home for sale 8 119995Harvey Longsonsonthemarket
The Willerby Hazlewood has a wonderful and great feel when you feel at home. The multitude of feature bay windows throughout let light cascade in, and every room has been designed to be practical as well as stylish.

The interior design in the Hazlewood us very much on trend, with warm woods and fabrics in tones of cappuccino and blush. The feature walls have a textured feel to add that luxury finish.

A large L-shaped living and dining space has been designed to be the heart of the home, with double aspect bay windows. The light just pours in enhancing the cleverly designed layout. The spacious dining area, with a further bay window, has great access directly into the kitchen, ideal for entertaining.

The kitchen clever design has provided endless storage cupboards, plenty preparation areas and integrated appliances, perfect for cooking.

The bedrooms feel like a boutique hotel, with textured wallpaper and curtains in berry tones that give a real sense of warmth. The master room has plenty of storage and a spacious en-suit with a large shower.

Situated in stunning countryside, Bridgend Park is perfectly placed for that ideal retirement in peaceful and secure surroundings. The park is beautifully landscaped with mature trees and landscaped borders and a grassed communal area.

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