Guide Price £295,000 - Under Offer

  • Beautiful Charming Home
  • Popular Village Location
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Lovely Generous Gardens
  • Stunning Original Features

This beautiful stone built cottage is steeped in character both internally and externally with charm wonderfully evident throughout every room.

A Charming Welcome

A wooden panelled door with decorative stone surround with crest above leads into the generous porch with natural light from both sides, exposed stone to the walls, attractive wooden lintels above both windows as well as the internal partially glazed door which leads in to the inner hallway. Exposed stone walls continue through the hall with hanging space for coats on the left and delightful Victorian style tiles to the floor which lead to wooden stable style door which leads out to the courtyard.

A Breakfasting Kitchen Full of Character

Also from the hallway a predominately glazed door leads into the breakfasting kitchen with an array of wall and floor mounted cabinets and drawers. There is an integrated stainless steel sink with mixer tap and drainer positioned directly in front of a north east facing window, while a second window facing south west with working shutters ensures there is plenty of natural light. As with the rest of the home, the kitchen is full of wonderful features including exposed beams to the ceiling as well as an absolutely fantastic cast iron Range within an inglenook fireplace with mantle, tiled hearth and brick surround. A charming wooden lintel is positioned above the laminate counter top space offers lovely place to hang pots. The under stair cupboard is hidden behind an in character wood panelled door.

Spacious, Cosy & Endearing Living Room

Lying adjacent to the kitchen is the living room which is accessed via another attractive wooden door. The living room itself has a beautiful main focal point of an inglenook fireplace with an oil powered fire, hearth, mantle and traditional stone surround. Exposed beams line the ceiling and natural light streams through a south west facing set of double sash windows with wooden panelling and wooden shutters. Further natural light comes from French doors on the other side of the room which lead out to the attractive, low maintenance rear courtyard offering the ideal place to sit out and enjoy a morning coffee.

Two Double Bedrooms

The first floor offers two generously sized bedrooms accessed from the main hallway which has double storage cupboard and Velux window offering plenty of natural light.

The first double bedroom has integrated shelving, exposed beams to the ceiling and a Dormer window facing to the front of the property. The second double bedroom offers integrated storage hidden behind a wooden panelled door, another Dormer window facing south west and a whole wall of integrated cupboards with hanging and shelf space.

The final room on the first floor is the family bathroom with three piece white suite, pedestal style basin and shower over bath. The walls are partially tiled and there is a Velux window offering natural light.

Generous Garden & Charming Courtyard

The main gardens lie adjacent to the property and will benefit from sun throughout the day. They are predominately laid to lawn but have a range of currently bright and attractive flowerbeds decked out with an absolute abundance of mature shrubs and flowers. From the garden, village history can be observed with castleations and crests which form part of the boundary wall for this properties courtyard.

The rear courtyard is low maintenance yet incredibly attractive. It is surrounded by exposed stone which enhances the lovely cottagey feel whilst ensuring it is a real sun trap. There is an elevated patio providing a lovely area to sit which is currently decorated with various colourful pots. A gravelled area which runs from the rear stable door of the hall way to the French doors of the living room fills the entire rear face of the property. In addition there is an oil tank and a gate providing pedestrian access to the side.

A small lawned garden is located to the front of the property with flagged path leading up to the front door and steps up to the side garden. The front garden itself is bordered by stone and adjacent to the property is lined with an abundance of lavender.

Finer Detail

East End Cottage, Ovington, NE42 6DH

Entrance Porch | Hallway | Breakfasting Kitchen | Living Room

Two Double Bedrooms | Family Bathroom

Attractive Lawned Garden | Low Maintenance Courtyard | Historic Turreted Stone Walls

Prudhoe 2 miles | Corbridge 6 miles | Newcastle 12 miles | Newcastle Airport 14 miles

Oil fired central heating combined with electric panel heating. Mains drainage, water, electricity.

Council Tax Band | C

Tenure | Freehold


Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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