- Detached Character Property
- Parking and Garaging
- Village Location
- Large Garden
- Beautifully Presented
Entrance Porch | Hallway | Living Room | Lounge | Dining Room | Breakfasting Kitchen | Utility | Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room | Further two Bedrooms | Family Bathroom | Second En-Suite| Large Garage | Driveway Parking | Low Maintenance Front Garden | Rear Lawned Garden | Patio | Pond
A panelled partially glazed door leads through in to the entrance porch with lovely exposed stone lintel. Another partially glazed door leads through to the central hallway which provides access to the main living room which has a large inglenook fireplace containing a wood burner. This pleasant sized room is well lit via a south facing window with working wooden shutters and has exposed beams to the ceiling. From the living room to the west lies a lounge with open fire, hearth and mantle piece with an attractive multi-coloured tiled inset. There are French doors out to the rear garden and a window facing south. Either side of the fireplace there is a variety of shelving and cupboard space.
Also off the main hallway lies the breakfasting kitchen with pine hand built units and oak work tops. The inset Belfast style sink with mixer tap above is positioned nicely to display the rear garden through a wide window. In addition there is also an AGA, Jerusalem stone tiles to the floor and French doors leading out to the west. To the east of the kitchen lies the dining room which has a wall of exposed stone, two Velux windows facing south as well as a large picture window also facing south. The ceiling is part vaulted and as such displays rustic beams. The utility room lies just off the kitchen and contains a versatile and large amount of generous storage. It contains plumbing for washer dryer and dishwasher, 1.5 bowl ceramic sink with mixer tap, two Velux windows and a rear door. The eastern wall is exposed stone and there are exposed beams to the ceiling.
From the central hallway, cast iron spiral stairs lead to the first floor…
At the top of the stairs, north and west facing windows ensure there is ample light. There is exposed stone to the walls and the main hallway provides access to all three bedrooms. The main bedroom has a light and airy feel with windows to two aspects; north and south. There is a range of built in wardrobes as well as an en-suite shower room which has two piece white suite with storage beneath basin, natural light via a south facing window and large walk in shower. The next double bedroom lies to the rear of the home and has dual aspect windows and partially vaulted ceiling as well as a recently modernised en-suite with beautiful grey tiles, large walk in shower and two piece white suite. The final bedroom is on the south east corner of the home; it of a generous size and has a south facing window. The final room is the family bathroom with roll top footed bath, two piece white suite with pedestal style basin and low level WC, a chrome finish heated towel rail and built in storage. From the landing area there is a drop down ladder proving access in to the loft which is partially bordered and ideal for storage.
To the front and south of Hill House, there is a low maintenance front garden, predominately flagged and bordered by an attractive and in keeping with the village stone wall. There are various flower beds allowing personalisation and colour, the flagged area also provides access to a raised up patio area adjacent to the front door; this would get the best of the morning sun into the afternoon. The rear garden has many different areas ideal for seating; there is a patio immediately adjacent to the home and from this area four steps lead up to the well kept lawn which has an apple tree, various planters and borders, a pond with raised up stone borders, summer house with power and a red gravelled path leading to the rear of the garden where a large garage can be found. The garage has pedestrian access via a side door and offers lighting and power. In addition, lying to the west there is a good size driveway.
The current owners have owned the property for 20 years. It was originally a four bedroom property and has been lovingly reconfigured to create the delightful master bedroom with en-suite.
Mains water, electric and drainage. Oil fired central heating.
Head north up the A68 from Corbridge until the roundabout where you see the Errington Arms Coffee House, take your third exit along the B6318 heading east. Take the first main exit off the B6318 signposted Great Whittington. As you come into the village you will pass the village hall and will see Hill House just after this on the left hand side.
Rights of Way
Hill House has a pedestrian right of way over a neighbouring property to the east.
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