Stonegarth is an impressive and imposing stone built family home with a generous plot, surrounding mature gardens, double garage and many fantastic
A panelled door with embossed letterbox provides access to the home via a porch with attractive stained-glass internal door leading to a spacious, light and airy hallway.
All three reception rooms are accessed from the hallway including the living room which is situated on the western side of the home. This room benefits from various striking features, with the most notable being a beautiful corner bay window overlooking the front and side garden. An open fire with mantle and hearth offers a welcoming focal point and to the rear of the room lies an external partially glazed door bordered by two additional windows, all of which face south. These not only draw in generous amounts of light but also show off the tiled veranda and mature gardens beyond.
The dining room/ lounge also benefits from a south facing external door which again, provides access and views over the garden. There is an attractive fireplace with gas fire, bordered by built in storage.
The breakfasting kitchen lies to the eastern side of the home, it enjoys natural light via a window overlooking the front garden and an additional window to the east. There is a range of wall and floor cabinetry, drawers, integrated oven, hob, fridge, freezer and dishwasher as well as a two bowl ceramic sink with mixer tap and drainer.
Positioned behind the kitchen is the rear porch with additional external door and hanging space, it also provides access to both the WC with contemporary basin and the utility which offers ample storage, worktop space and a stainless steel sink with drainer.
An attractive staircase leads to an impressive landing with natural light via four characterful stained glass windows. The landing itself provides access to two of the bedrooms and a small arch leads through to two further bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom lies to the west and, as with the living room below, has a corner bay window which enjoys views of the garden as well as the neighbouring field. In addition, there is a south facing window which overlooks the rear garden. This room also benefits from an en-suite shower room with two piece white suite and walk in shower.
The second double bedroom has tremendous views over the well laid out rear garden. It has built in storage on either side of a protruding chimney
breast. The third double bedroom looks out over the rooftops of Hexham and across to the valley beyond. The final bedroom lies to the rear of the
home and provides some of the best views over the rear garden. The family bathroom has a three piece white suite with pedestal style basin,
roll top and footed bath and a sliding door walk in shower. The room itself is well lit via two east facing windows, and has traditional style wood
panelling on the walls.
Stonegarth's gardens are particularly impressive; they generously surround the home and include various lawns, flagged paths, mature trees, colourful flower beds and fruit and vegetable beds. There is vehicular access through large attractive double gates leading to a block paved driveway which is
large enough to park multiple cars. This is positioned in front of a large double garage (5m x 6.2m ) with up and over door. There is pedestrian access via a wooden gate with stone steps leading up to the impressive front porch and door. The gardens themselves predominantly face south therefore will enjoy sun throughout the day. A summerhouse offers a versatile space which benefits from power and wifi. Facing west, this is ideally located to enjoy the evening sun.
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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