Guide Price £270,000 - Available


  • Steeped in Character
  • Village Location
  • Range of Outbuildings

ACCOMMODATION
LIVING ROOM
6.33m x 4.81m (20`7 x 15`8). A pleasant sized room with south facing double glazed windows over the front garden. Its main focal point is a multi fuel burner positioned centrally in an attractive inglenook fireplace with flagged hearth and exposed stone to the rear. Character is evident through the entirety of this room with exposed beams to the ceiling and cast iron Georgian style radiator. The room itself has various areas for built in storage including a coat cupboard with hanging space, store beneath the stairs and also large cupboard beneath the stairs. Panelled door leads through to…

KITCHEN
5.3m x 1.7m (17`4 x 5`6). The kitchen has been thoughtfully designed to allow for a maximum amount of worktop space, there is a combination of open cabinets, clever built in units with sliding drawers and a large pantry cupboard. The floor is tiled, there is ample light via both a uPVC double glazed window and partially glazed ‘stable` style rear door. There is a Belfast style sink and an ‘Everhot` cooking facility, it is positioned within a small inglenook with decorative tiles and wall fixed mantle.

DOUBLE BEDROOM
2.94m x 4.95m (9`65 x 16`2). A large room with partially vaulted ceiling and stunning views across the valley through a double glazed window facing south. There is a decorative fireplace with mantle and black cast iron radiator; the room itself is of a pleasant size.

BEDROOM
2.33m x 4m (7`6 x 13`1). This room shares the same fine view across the valley of rural Northumberland. There is large double breasted wardrobes with combination of shelf and hanging space and cast iron radiator. In addition, within this room there is a loft hatch with drop down ladder providing access to the partially boarded loft with additional inbuilt storage and lighting.

FAMILY BATHROOM
2.92m x 1.7m (9`6 x 5`6). There is a three piece suite with cast iron roll top bath, rain water style shower above, contemporary bowl sink placed on table with drawer and airing cupboard with immersion heater.

EXTERNAL
The front garden lies to the south of Wisteria Cottage and will no doubt get the best of the days sun. It is laid with various gravel and slate with also a variety of different flowerbeds showing off a wonderful array of multiple colours from the shrubbery and flowers. There is pedestrian access via a gate with path leading to front door. In addition there is a double gate providing vehicular access for a small car to park on the gravelled area.

Garage 3.29m 6.36m. The garage has a small driveway in front, but is amply sized to park a generous car. It has both power and lighting, as well as access from a side door and natural light from a side widow, both facing west.

There are three closed stores offering fantastic storage :
Store one 1.75m x 1.6m with lighting
Store two 1.64m x 1.7m with lighting and inbuilt shelving
Store three 4m x 2m generous size store, this also contains the oil tank.

Rear garden separated from the front via a panelled gate and stone wall; the rear garden provides a pleasant and relatively low maintenance place to sit. It has a gravelled area, various stone pathing, flower beds lining the outer edge and there is also an …

OUTHOUSE/ UTILITY
3.97m x 2.55m (13`0 x 8`4). With natural light via a south facing window, power and light and also a door to the north in to the…

ALLOTMENT
The allotment belongs to a neighbour and there is an informal agreement in place whereby the owners of Wisteria Cottage maintain the allotment but get use of it. The owners of the allotment have stated that this agreement could continue but this would be at the next owners discretion.



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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