Guide Price £625,000 - Available

  • Site circa 0.35 acres
  • Blend of Traditional & Modern
  • Immaculate Condition
  • Versatile Accommodation

Recently refurbished to an outstanding standard, the accommodation provides flexible living, fantastic views, five bedrooms and is immaculately presented. Externally, there are a variety of landscaped areas, attractive and well thought out gardens as well as secure car parking behind electric gates or in the double garage.

Entrance Porch Hallway Kitchen Living Room Sun Room Utility 5 Bedrooms Family Bathroom/WC Double Garage Gardens & Grounds of circa 0.35 acres

Hexham lies almost midway between Newcastle upon Tyne and Carlisle with easy access to the A69 road route, is situated in the Tyne Valley upon the River Tyne, and surrounded by pleasant countryside where attractive walks may be enjoyed. Hexham is a traditional market town with good shopping facilities including two supermarkets (Tesco and Waitrose), Marks & Spencer, department store and retail outlets, a cosmopolitan range of restaurants, hotels and cultural facilities including theatre, cinema and concert hall. There are also a variety of sports and country clubs within the town and the immediate area. It is a town of historic significance as well with the Abbey (circa 900 AD), a period market square, the Sele (a large established park within the centre) and many interesting buildings.

2.4m x 2.1m (7`10 x 6`10). Entered from the north through attractive wooden six panelled door.

Bright and spacious with west facing window and WC/shower room (1.0m x 1.6m (3`3 x 5`3)) with two piece white suite, walk in shower and wall fixed medicine cabinet.

5.4m x 3.35m (17`8 x 10`11). A combination of wall and floor units line two walls including a range of both drawers and cabinets with ample worktop space. The room has natural light via dual aspect windows, the first to the north has a window seat beneath and second faces east and will no doubt get the best of the morning sun.

5.0m x 6.0m (16`4 x 19`8). Positioned on the southeast of the home with dual aspect windows, the two south facing windows surround the large inglenook fireplace with multi fuel burner, exposed stone lintel and flagged hearth. This room is spacious, well lit with natural light and has double doors leading through to the…

3.9m x 3.8m (12`9 x 12`5). From the living room and through the glazed double doors you are greeted by beautiful views of the rear garden. Glazing covers most of the southern and western walls from floor to ceiling and includes west facing French doors allowing access into the garden. The sun room is linked to both the main hallway and living room and has oak flooring.

2.4m x 2.1m (7`10 x 6`10). Wall and floor cabinets offer good storage. There is a stainless steel sink with mixer tap above, splash back boarding, chrome finish heated towel rail, plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer.

4.0m x 4.1m (13`1 x 13`5). An attractive room with a small set of stairs leading down to the main area with striking cornice work and dual aspect windows (north & east) providing natural light. Storage cupboards are situated beneath stairs and to the side of chimney breast recess and an…

1.1m x 2.3m (3`7 x 7`6). Two piece white suite with sliding door walk-in shower, basin with cabinet storage beneath and low level toilet. There is a wall fixed medicine cabinet and chrome finish heated towel rail.

3.9m x 5.4m (12`9 x 17`8). Exposed stone lines the eastern wall and the southern elevation is predominantly glazed ensuring the stunning views across green belt fields and the woodland beyond are on full display. The vaulted ceiling and exposed beams add to the bright and airy feel of the room. The glazing to the south extends across a large proportion of the western elevation and is complemented by two additional windows also offering views over the garden and grounds. This room would be ideal as a wonderful guest bedroom or a stunning additional reception room.

3.6m x 2.7m (11`9 x 8`10). With eastern facing window, hidden shelf within the recess and access to the loft via a hatch.

2.62m x 3.3m (8`7 x 10`9). On the south east corner of the house with east facing window and deep sill, perfect for morning sun.

2.2m x 2.4m (7`2 x 7`10). Perfect for use as either a children`s bedroom or study with south facing window and open aspect over countryside.

2.0m x 2.3m (6`6 x 7`6). Three piece white suite with pedestal style basin, bath with shower above, shower screen and splash back panelling and low level toilet. In addition, there is a large wall fixed mirror and heated towel rail.

Approached from Causey Hill Road through double five bar gates and into large gravelled area suitable for parking multiple vehicles. This area is bordered by a combination of fencing with attractive trellises and dry stone walling. Double electric gates provide access to the rear of the property where the double garage (6.0m x 5.0m (19`8 x 16`4)), more parking and the first views of the landscaped gardens can be seen.

The mature plot extends to circa 0.35 acres and has an array of features including; gravelled seating areas, fruit trees, lawn, shed and greenhouse. The summer house/garden office offers power and internet.

Predominantly west facing, but open to the south, the gardens will provide a sunny area for most of the day. The mature plants, trees and shrubs line the majority of the boundary to provide a high level of privacy. The flower beds are well stocked and during the summer months will provide a variety of colours.

Adjacent, but on the western face of the property, is a gravelled area suitable for seating which is separated from the parking area via a change in elevation and a small dry stone wall with steps and a line of lavender.

At the most western point of the garden there is a fenced off area which is accessed via a gate (or low level stile) and contains a small greenhouse. This area would be ideal for use as a small holding paddock or as an area for growing vegetables.

Council Tax Band F.

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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