- Exceptional Views
- Garaging & Stabling
- Circa 12 Acres
- Generous Gardens
Porch 1.9 x 1.64m
South facing window, walk off matting and tiled flooring. Loft space above and six panelled glazed door through to entrance hallway.
Living Room 3.65 x 4.85m
A light and airy room with spectacular views through a UPvC double glazed window of Slaley village and rolling countryside between, on a clear day the Cheviots can be seen. A south facing double glazed window looks out onto the front garden which will get sun most of the day. A large fireplace sits on the eastern wall with tiled hearth and wooden mantle and multifuel burner. In built shelving lies to the left of the protruding chimney breast.
Kitchen 2.6 x 2.9m (at narrowest)
A range of storage cupboards, both wall and floor cabinets, AGA within fireplace with built in wooden shelving and splashback tiles. A large integrated dresser offers a range of storage including open and close cupboards, a variety of different sized drawers and open plate shelving. There is modern spotlighting to the ceiling, Belfast style ceramic sink within granite worktop. On the western wall there is a door giving access outside and to the north there is an opening which leads to…
Dining Room 4 x 2.77m
French doors open out to the rear garden and draw in fantastic views over the garden and rolling countryside. Two velux windows provide additional light and the high ceiling gives a good feeling of space.
Family Bathroom 1.72 x 1.77m (at narrowest)
Three piece white suite with shower over bath, splashback tiling, chrome finish heated towel rail, inbuilt storage cupboard, electrical extraction and tiled flooring.
Double Bedroom 3.02 x 4.04m
A pleasant room with ornate open fireplace with mantel, west facing window as well as a north facing window seat, storage beneath and fine views. This room has generous amounts of storage including, cupboards into eaves of the dormer window, walk in cupboard and built in wardrobes. This room also has an…
En-suite Shower Room 2.56 x 1.3m
Two piece white suite with walk in shower, south facing velux window, storage cupboard, heated towel rail and extractor.
Velux window allowing additional light and two large storage cabinets.
Double Bedroom 3.3 x 2.43m
A good sized room with south facing double glazed window providing generous amounts of light which overlook the front garden. A cast iron fireplace is positioned on the Eastern wall as well as an inbuilt cupboard with both hanging and locker space.
Bedroom 2.7 x 3.35m
Double glazed window offers views towards Slaley Village. There is shelving on the Eastern wall.
Front Garden (to the South)
Predominantly laid to lawn and bordered by a combination of hedging and stone walling. The front garden will get sun most of the day, A gravelled area provides a place suitable for seating.
Adjacent to the front garden lies a driveway suitable for parking two or possibly three vehicles, separating the garden and driveway there is a stone wall with pleasant pedestrian five bar gate supported by stone pillars. The path from the gate leads to the front door and also runs down the Western side of the house passed the front door and into the rear garden.
The Rear Garden (to the North)
Although North facing this garden is large enough to get good amounts of sun throughout the day. Next to the home lies a patio area with veranda. The remainder of the garden is split into two sections, the first and closest to the house is lawned, bordered by fencing and hedge it contains a large workshop/shed and there is a gate providing access into the next section. This area is slightly larger and again has good lawn and stunning views. This area is currently being used to grow various vegetables and fruits.
A semi- detached stone built garage with additional driveway in front.
Land & Stables
Approximately 11.75 acres including the access track are circa 300m away from the house. Timber stables on a concrete base include 4 boxes and additional storage. The paddocks are in an elevated position and offer beautiful views in three directions. Please note that a neighbouring farmer has a right of way over the access track.
Council Tax Band C.
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