Guide Price £259,950 - Available


Wooden panelled door leads through in to the entrance vestibule with deep skirting boards and hanging space for coats. A second door leads to the central hallway which grants access to all of the property's major rooms; as with the remainder of the flat, it is lovely and spacious.

The first door on your right leads to the breakfasting kitchen with ample space for a table, large east facing window with pleasant views across the roof tops of Hexham and the valley beyond. Within the kitchen area there are a range of cabinets and drawers, ample worktop space with 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap above, splashback tiling, integrated oven, five ring hob, washing machine, dishwasher, fridge and freezer. The celling is part vaulted and is lined with LED lights, there is also undercabinet lighting and a generous array of power sockets.

The living room lies to the north west corner of the property. It has an exceptionally deep bay window which has two large sliding windows allowing plenty of natural light in. They also overlook the communal rear garden and have pleasant views of the woodland beyond. In addition, there is a north facing Velux style window above offering fine views across the valley. This room also benefits from a fireplace with tiled hearth containing a large gas fire, LED lights which line the vaulted ceiling and there are exposed beams showing the character of the apartment.

The master bedroom is exceptional in size, it has a window sharing similar views to the living room. It has the benefit of an en-suite bathroom with three piece white suite, including bath with shower fitment above, pedestal style basin and low level WC. In addition, there is a wall fixed medicine cabinet and shaver socket. Also accessed from the master bedroom is a dressing room lined with a range of shelving and hanging space; this is also where the boiler/ heating system is found.

The second bedroom, as with the first, is of exceptional size and perhaps has the best views in the house. A large window looks out to the north across Hexham and to the valley beyond. This room also has exposed beams and generous amounts of LED lights. This is the second bedroom to also have an en-suite; this one with a two piece white suite and sliding door walk in shower, LED lights and also extraction.

The third and final bedroom is found to the east of the property, down a small flight of stairs. It has large dual aspect windows to the north and to the south. The ceiling is of a generous height and the room itself is very versatile. It is currently being utilised as an office, but could also make a fine bedroom. Supplementing the two en-suites, there is also a shower room accessed from the main hallway with a large walk in shower and two piece white suite. The walls are primarily tiled and there is a chrome finish towel rail above the radiator. In addition, this apartment has a large storage cupboard lined with shelving and hanging space accessed directly from the corridor. The property also benefits from loft space which is accessed via a drop down ladder from the main hallway; it is of generous size and provides all the storage any occupant would likely need.

EXTERNAL
Lying to the west of the property, and accessed from either the north or south gate, lies a generous communal lawn. It is bordered by a combination of flower beds; the gardens themselves are mature and the boundaries are made up of brick walling and panelled fencing. The property has a dedicated parking space, additional visitor parking and there is a communal bin store.


Notice
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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