OIRO £675,000 - Available

  • Stone Built Family Home
  • Beautiful Well Maintained Gardens
  • Great for Commuting
  • Popular Village Location
  • Full of Character & Charm Throughout

Attractive stone built family home with beautifully well maintained gardens located in the popular village of Ovington. Full of character throughout this is the perfect home for a wide range of occupants. As you approach Brewery House you are welcomed by an attractive wrought iron fence and gate which provides access to an attractive stone path. The path is bordered by a well maintained and colourful front garden and leads to the traditional style front door.

Charming Ground Floor

The front door enters in to a spacious hallway where the historic and charming features can first be appreciated. An attractive light stone flagged floor, beams to the ceiling and staircase with curved newel post and spindles leading up to the first floor add to the characterful features.
This central hallway grants access to most of the main reception rooms; the first of which being the living room to the east. This generously sized room has a lovely south facing uPVC sliding sash window with deep sill ensuring plenty of natural light throughout the day. A large inglenook fireplace containing an open fire with stone surround offers a welcoming and cosy focal point, making this a lovely family room. Attractive beams to the ceiling, wooden lintel, deep skirting boards and other period features are evident throughout this room.
Accessed from the hallway on the western side of the home, also with a south facing window, is the dining room. Again, benefiting from a delightful large inglenook fireplace with protruding stone mantle, flagged hearth and ornate grate currently dressed with wood and lighting. The room itself is a great size and enjoys deep skirting boards, beams to the ceiling, fitted cupboards and built-in shelving to the side of the chimney breast and also a glazed serving hatch which leads through to the kitchen.
The kitchen's decoratively laid red quarry tiled floor perfectly compliments the traditional and charming feel of this room. A range of wall and floor mounted cupboards including drawers, open shelves, display shelves with open fronting provide plenty of usable storage space with ample wood effect worktop finishing off the look perfectly on the majority of three walls within the room. A double AGA set within an exposed brick protruding chimney breast with wooden lintel provides an attractive feature further adding to the homely feel. The window in the kitchen is a good size and benefits from views out on to the rear garden seating area. The double bowl sink is perfectly positioned in front of the window to enjoy the views and natural light it offers. Also, in the kitchen there is an island with clever seating to either side, storage space and a rather charming centrally hanging light. A predominately glazed door further adds to the light and spacious feel of this room and leads out to the rear garden handy when eating or socialising in the garden.
From the kitchen, a doorway leads to a corridor which provides access to a large storage cupboard as well as the ground floor WC with two piece white suite, pedestal style basin, natural light via a rear facing window and clever shelving.
To the far end of this, joining the corridor to the living room, lies the study fitted with a generous array of shelving, double doors providing access into the living room as well as bi-folding doors out to the delightful orangery positioned at the rear.
Being predominately glazed to both the north and west, the orangery streams with natural light which is further enhanced by the feature skylight to the ceiling bordered by LED lighting. The room has an incredibly charming feel with a beautiful outlook over the colourful and well maintained rear garden and seating area.
From the hallway, stairs lead to the first floor landing where a sliding sash window offers fine countryside and valley views.

A First Floor Full of Character

The principal bedroom lies to the south eastern aspect of the home and shares similar rural views to that of the landing. With attractive beams, deep skirting boards and ornate stone fireplace with tiled hearth it is clear that the traditional and homely features from downstairs continue throughout.
Two stairs to the rear of the room provide access to a dressing room which in turn leads to the en-suite shower room which has pleasant views of the rear walled garden and countryside beyond. The en-suite itself has a modern two-piece white suite and walk in rainwater style shower.
There is also a door from the dressing area which offers access into one of the family bathrooms with three piece white suite including shower over bath.
To the south west corner of the property lies the second incredibly generous double bedroom which would no doubt comfortably take a king sized bed. It has a stone exposed chimney breast with wooden lintel, beams to the ceiling, charming window seating with south facing views of the valley as well as built in storage to the side of the chimney breast.
To the rear of the home lies the final generous double bedroom which has a rather quirky exposed stone wall which the current owners have dressed as a cosy built in seat. On the wall opposite, fitted ‘his and hers' wardrobes provide a generous amount of storage space. As with the other bedrooms, this also has incredibly attractive views of rolling countryside beyond the rear garden.
The final room on this floor is the family shower room which has been recently modernised and has a range of splash boarding, two piece white suite and walk in shower as well as window offering natural light and, again, lovely green views.
From the central landing, a door with stairs behind leads up to the second floor. Currently a floored loft room with natural light via two Velux windows, this could become an additional bedroom or two subject to the relevant consents.

Simply Beautiful Gardens

Brewery House has wonderfully well maintained gardens; full of colour and attractive features.
Split into two tiers, the rear garden has various areas to be utilised. Adjacent to the house with attractive Indian sandstone flags is a lovely courtyard area with space for various seating areas; with doors leading directly into the home this is perfect for enjoying a coffee outside. This area also houses a number of quaint stone built outbuildings and wood stores providing useful garden storage.
Stone steps through an exceptionally charming rockery full of various shrubs and colourful plants lead up to the top tier of the garden which, due to its elevated position, will benefit from a great amount of sun. This portion of garden is predominately laid to lawn which is bordered by stone walling providing a beautiful backdrop as well as privacy.
A pond with water fountain finished with a surrounding cobbled seating area makes a delightful feature and wonderfully calming sound throughout the garden.
To the front of the property, a well maintained garden with gravelled paths and various low level hedging is bordered by wrought iron fencing providing a lovely welcome to the home. Lying adjacent to the front garden, a gravelled parking area provides space to park up to three cars.

Central Hallway | Living Room | Dining Room | Breakfasting Kitchen | Study | Orangery | Ground Floor WC
Principal Bedroom with Dressing Room & En-Suite Shower Room | Two Further Generous Double Bedrooms | Family Bathroom | Shower Room
Loft Room
Front & Rear Gardens | Large Patio Area | Pond | Stone Outbuildings & Wood Store | Parking Area
Corbridge 6 miles | Hexham 10 miles | Newcastle Airport 11 miles | Newcastle 15 miles
Mains Water, Electric & Drainage | Oil Fired Central Heating | Fast Fibre Broadband
Council Tax Band | F
Tenure | Freehold

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.

Floor Plan

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