Guide Price £545,000 - Available

  • Central Village Location
  • Stunning Views
  • Unique Design
  • Fantastic Sun Terrace

Tucked away in a corner on the central market place, this delightful period home enjoys the best of both worlds—a medieval heritage as well as complete refurbishment including re-plumbing and wiring just over ten years ago. Offering many individual features, interesting shapes and sizes, and the use of its roof and lower ground floor space, with variable accommodation to suit all ages.

Entrance Lobby Breakfasting Kitchen Cloakroom/WC Main Living Area 3 Double Bedrooms 3 En-Suite Bathrooms Attic Room Lower Ground Floor Annexe/Studio Terraced Gardens

At present there is superb living space with traditional open fire, neat fitted breakfasting kitchen and downstairs WC, two double bedrooms each with bathrooms, the master offering miniature French door onto a delightful south facing sun terrace; and a lower ground floor area which at present has an office/studio, double bedroom, kitchenette and shower room/WC. All major rooms face south and enjoy sun terraces with panoramic views, some of them over 180 degrees of the river and countryside beyond.

Particular features include oak laid flooring to hallway and living room, modern bathroom and kitchen facilities, excellent use of artificial lighting as well as an abundance of natural lighting which has been cleverly installed.

There are remnants of the medieval 14th/15th century collar beams; as well as relatively modern 1930`s leaded stained glass work, good storage features to all levels including a good sized attic room with window, and the most delightful garden areas including sun terraces, and sections of planted feature gardens.

The gardens, which are terraced, can be either maintained as before or left, and each of them enjoy a south facing aspect over the river with boundaries towards the river`s edge.

Corbridge is a large village lying within the Tyne valley, close to Hexham, and is surrounded by rolling countryside. It is in one of the most sought after locations within commuting distance of Newcastle upon Tyne and has the benefit of the River Tyne, both historic and modern buildings and a variety of shops, restaurants, inns, doctors` and dentist surgeries, community services; bus and train transport, and a garage. Access to city and business centres is via dual carriageway and main road routes (A69, A68 and A695).

This is a property with river views and gardens, which offers circa 1,800sq ft of accommodation that can be utilised by many different types of owner. Deceiving in size from its street elevation, it provides genuine room sizes with many particular individual aspects and shapes.

From the main square into…

With cupboard to one side leading to lobby area with three steps down into...

There is a staircase to one side with a storage cupboard beneath and…

A good size with hand basin, WC, ‘knick-knack` shelving, good sized store cupboard beneath the stairs and upright radiator.

3.28m x 2.36m (10`9 x 7`9). Through bevelled glass full doorway. Modern kitchenware with wall and floor cabinetry mainly to three sides, double window with outlook, work surfaces with built-in stainless steel sink unit, mixer tap, magic corner floor cupboard, hob, extractor hood, cooking utilities are on two sides including built-in oven, Panasonic microwave, pull-out pantry and tall refrigerator. There are built-in ceiling lights and courtesy lights. Internal window to lobby area.

3.43m min 4.29m max x 6.09m (min 11`3, max 14`1 x 20`0). There is access downstairs to the annexe, French doors out onto a wonderful sun terrace, open fire with dressed stone surround and hearth, fitted shelving to one side. There is oak flooring which starts at the entrance way to the property.

There are two features here namely a reused Edwardian front door, including coloured leaded glass work as well as the upper level, and sight of the medieval beams. Natural light through skylights and a window to the west.

4.88m x 3.35m (16`0 x 11`0) including en-suite facilities. This is an attractive room with feature balustrade to entrance way, views towards the market place, and access via Slingsby ladder up into...

This is an excellent space for either storage with further storage along the ridge or perhaps a ‘hideaway` with south facing Velux window.

Fitted with a double shower cubicle, hand basin, built-in store cupboard behind, floor to ceiling cupboard housing Worcester gas fired central heating boiler and modern tank system.

5.33m x 2.89m (17`6 x 9`6). What wonderful space with two double windows and French door onto sun terrace and a panoramic vista of countryside, Corbridge bridge and river to the south. The ‘A` frames are exposed with well placed spotlighting.

1.83m x 1.90m (6`0 x 6`3 max). Well fitted with deep seated bath inclusive of separate shower stand over with combination taps and separate controls to the adjustable shower head; upright radiator, fitted hand basin and clever use of the additional glass bringing natural light into the room.

3.25m x 3.05m (10`8 x 10`0 ave). With large window space to enjoy the aspect. With French door onto garden terrace and access to…

3.66m x 3.58m (12`0 min x 11`9) With kitchenette and en-suite facilities.

The remainder of the accommodation in this area is a guest bedroom with en-suite and small kitchenette but its size and position could benefit the occupier in many different ways. There is large picture windows and French door out onto garden terrace, large stone plinth to the west wall and the kitchenette comprises: wood bench with built-in sink unit, plumbing for automatic washing machine and dishwasher, various shelves and cabinets.

Up three stone steps into…

Fitted with a lovely imaginative walk-in shower unit with built-in lighting, WC, hand basin, various stores, upright radiator and fully tiled walls up to natural lighting.

The Gardens run down to the river below with four sections of grounds with central stone staircase, many of them offering very attractive views and obviously the south facing aspect.

We understand from the owners that substantial retaining walls were re-built at the time of the refurbishment, which also allowed easily maintained garden areas.

There is additional storage with veranda benefiting from river views, located below the lower terrace.

The property is freehold. Council Tax Band D.

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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