- Beautifully Finished Bungalow
- Two Bedrooms
- Characterful Property
- Patio Area
- Village Location
- Stunning Sun Room
- Attractive Gardens
Entrance Utility Living Room Sunroom Kitchen En-Suite Master Bedroom Further Bedroom Bathroom Garaging & Parking Gardens Flagged Patio Area
Barrasford is a beautiful village situated 9 miles North of Hexham, on the North Tyne and to the foot of Haughton Castle.
4.35m x 1.3m (143`3 x 4`26). With large storage cupboards, Belfast style sink and plumbing for washer and dryer. The ceiling is vaulted with exposed beams; there is an attractive tiled floor and a stable style door with partial glazing which leads through to the…
4.6m x 4.4m (15`09 x 14`43). This room shows off the true character of the bungalow. It has multiple exposed beams, a high vaulted ceiling and central fireplace in protruding chimney breast containing log burner with reclaimed wood mantle and flagged hearth. Multiple spotlights line the exposed beams, there is a Velux window to the south western elevation and two double glazed windows to the north east; both with working shutters. The hardwood floor continues from the living room through to the hallway, but also through an open arch leading through to the...
2.6m x 5.75m (8`53 x 18`86). Positioned on the south west elevation of the property, this room will no doubt benefit from a pleasant amount of sun throughout the day. There is ample space for a dining room table; currently there is low level lighting above which is hung from the vaulted ceiling. The room itself has exposed stone walling to one side and is fully glazed to the other three elevations. Double doors lead out on to a patio area which will be a lovely place to sit along with feature fountain feeding in to a trough.
3.05m x 3m (10`00 x 9`84). A recently modernised room with attractive and neutral decor. Thought and care is truly evident in the design of the kitchen as it has certainly maximised the storage available. There are granite worktops, multiple drawers, range of cupboards, integrated oven and hob, dishwasher , fridge and freezer, a Belfast style sink with mixer tap, modern spotlighting to the ceiling and a south western facing window.
5m x 2.9m (16`4 x 9`51). This room has light to three sides; through two double glazed windows and a Velux window. All three have attractive working shutters. The bedroom has vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, hard wooden flooring and also the benefit of an...
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
1.63m x 2.06m ( 5`34 x 6`76). The walls are predominately tiled, as is the floor. The two piece white suite has a low level WC, contemporary style bowl basin with mixer tap on top of an oak countertop. Beneath the oak lies a combination of cupboards and drawers. In addition, there is a walk in shower, stainless steel fitments, extractor fan with shaver socket and natural light from a Velux window facing south west.
2.78m x 4.4m (9`12 x 14`43). Two windows facing south west ensure that as much light enters the room as possible. The light is added to by the feeling of space which is exaggerated by the vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. The room is of generous size and has hard wooden flooring.
2.1m x 1.5m (6`89 x 4`92). With two piece white suite, in similar style to the en-suite shower room. The walls are all tiled, there is a Velux window, spotlighting and large walk in shower which has a feature rainwater style shower and additional attachment.
The central hallway connects the living room, kitchen, both bedrooms and the family bathroom. It does not disappoint and falls in line with the rest of the house offering great characterful features. There are two exposed stone finials, exposed beams, vaulted ceiling and in addition there is a cloaks and an airing cupboard. The hallway grants access via a door into the side garden and has natural light via a double glazed window with working shutter.
Access to the bungalow is through a gate from the driveway. A flagged path leads to the front door, bordered by boxed hedging with feature arch made from various plants within the garden. Adjacent to this path lies a lawned area which is bordered by a range of apple trees and some dry stone walling. In addition, there are various beds with a range of shrubbery and flowers. A gravel path meanders around the sunroom and leads to a pleasant flagged seating area with fountain and trough; this area is south west of the home but is open to the south and would no doubt get the best of the days sun. There is external power as well as a tap. Due to it being laid to gravel and flagging, it is a relatively low maintenance garden. A flagged path bordered by gravel leads along the southern elevation of the home and opens up to the rear garden, which again, is relatively low maintenance although benefits from a raised flowerbed, apple tree and large flagged area open to both the south and east. This will be a great place to get sun early morning and into the afternoon.
GARAGING & PARKING
2.8m x 5.5m (9`16 x 18`04). The garage is larger than average and offers storage on the rafters. There is power, lighting and an up and over style door. In addition, lying to the front of the garage, there is a generous driveway which is block paved.
Oil fired central heating, mains water, drainage and electricity.
Council Tax band D.
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