Guide Price £1,150,000 - Sold STC

  • Farmhouse & Steading
  • Magnificent Views
  • Period Features
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Circa 4 Acre Site

A large farmhouse and steading set in glorious countryside with magnificent views in all directions, yet only ten minutes from Corbridge village centre. It's origins are 17th and 19th century and provides excellent space and grounds for a variety of different users. Standing adjoining the southern edge of the Roman Wall World Heritage Site, it provides a quality of life in a private, safe and highly sought after postcode.

From porch into…

10.43m x 4.83m (34'2 x 15'10). A grand room which gives the correct first impression of the home. It is generous in size and offers two large stone fireplaces, one with open fire and the other with large cast iron traditional fireplace. The room is currently utilised in three ways: living room, dining room and sun room. It has two large east facing sliding sash windows both with working shutters.

The sun area (3.75m x 3.01m (12'3 x 9'10)) has a double height vaulted ceiling up to a mezzanine area above and large dual sliding doors including wooden and aluminium frame doors offering spectacular views to the south over the valley. It also has a west facing window ensuring the room will be well lit in the early evening.
This central room has access via a glazed door upstairs into the library.

11.6m x 5.02m (38'0 x 16'5). This is our favourite room in the house. It is a fantastic size and offers natural light and fine views in three directions (east, south and west).

6.4m x 5.42m (21'0 x 17'9). The drawing room has everything you would expect including high ceilings, deep skirting boards and attractive coving. The main focal point is an extremely attractive fireplace with stone hearth and mantel. There are two large west facing sliding sash windows and four double radiators. The floor is exposed wood and the room has a great outlook over the gardens.

4.9m x 8.37m (16'0 x 27'5). Another pleasant room where a family will no doubt spend most of their time. It has three south facing sliding sash windows and partially glazed door. In addition there is a large window to the north overlooking the kitchen garden.

The kitchen was designed and installed by Callerton Kitchens, which adds a modern blend to the traditional ceiling beams and exposed stone walls. There is an oil fired Aga which contributes to the heating of the water. The floor is tiled with quarry tiles. Lying adjacent to the kitchen is a versatile ...

4.8m x 7.0m (15'9 x 22'11). Due to its size this room could have a multitude of different uses. There is external access from the courtyard to the south and the kitchen garden to the north. As with the kitchen the rustic and traditional feeling is rife through this room including exposed ceiling beams and exposed stone walling. There is a metal sink with two drainers and adjacent to this room is the pantry (4.8m x 2.2m).

Stairs lead to...

8.5m x 2.72m (27'10 x 8'11). The rear landing is well lit via two west facing windows and a north facing window. There is ample room to have a multitude of different uses. Currently it is used as an office with the desk looking over the mezzanine and into the sun room beneath.

4.41m x 4.81m (14'5 x 15'9). A pleasant room with high ceilings, decorative fireplace and sliding sash east facing window.

2.07m x 3.46m (6'9 x 11'4). Fitted with a three piece white suite with storage around the wash hand basin, and an east facing sliding sash window.

4.05m x 3.24m (13'3 x 10'7). A pleasant room with an east facing sash window.

4.75m x 5.18m (15'7 x 16'11). A spacious room with ornate corner fireplace with stone hearth and west facing sliding sash window with fine views over the landscaped gardens. This room could be utilised as a bedroom subject to erecting a stud wall.

3.7m x 5.2m (12'1 x 17'0). On the north west corner of the building, this room has two sliding sash windows offering a dual aspect out onto the kitchen garden and main lawned area. There is a corner fireplace and pleasantly high ceilings.

2.96m x 3.77m (9'8 x 12'4). Fitted with a three piece suite with pedestal wash hand basin, large walk-in shower, heated towel rail and two south facing sliding sash windows.

3.36m x 4.83m (11'0 x 15'10). A pleasant room with exposed ceiling beams and two south facing sliding sash windows with partial views across the valley.

3.41m x 5.25m (11'2 x 17'2). Again with exposed ceiling beams and two south facing sliding sash windows.

3.4m x 3.3m (11'1 x 10'9). Access from both east and west.

The drive up to the property is surrounded by stunning Northumberland countryside, offering far reaching views in multiple directions. As you approach the property you are greeted by a large gravelled parking area. The gravel extends through into the main courtyard where the extent of the accommodation can be admired.

There are two open garages, an attached store, large garage with two double doors. Adjacent to the courtyard is stabling with hard standing.

Lying to the west but open to the south lies the majority of Stagshaw High House gardens. They are well looked after and consist of a large lawn area split over two tiers, a generous copse, summer house and various gravelled paths leading around the side of the home.

Lying to the south is a paddock bordered by stone walling and post and rail fencing.

All in all the site measures circa 4 acres.

Lying to the north is an enclosed kitchen garden which is surrounded by dry stone walling, has a range of flowerbeds, small orchard, two generous sized greenhouses and open views to both north and east.

The property has mains water, electricity, oil central heating and sewage is by means of a septic tank. There is also a back-up generator.

Council Tax Band G.

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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