Guide Price £695,000 - Available

  • Newly Refurbished
  • Parking & Mature Gardens
  • Walking Distance to Village Centre
  • Site circa 0.2 Acres

There are times when agents over act when describing property for sale. `Rare, outstanding, immaculate, probably the best` are terms used regularly. Holbene is an exception above any contender for this type of property, within walking distance of the village centre.

Holbene is a superb bungalow with upstairs accommodation on a mature raised garden, with the whole site measuring 0.20 acres upon a north/south facing site on the level, ideal for either family or couple looking for an exclusive well appointed home in Corbridge village.

There is ample car parking space as well as garaging, gardens to all sides, privacy particularly to the rear and the availability of secluding the whole site should the new owner wish to do so.

A family has occupied this property for circa 20 years with additions to the accommodation as well as renovation and refurbishment recently. There is ample room to extend if required, subject of course to the local authority regulations, and has the benefit of contemporary fixtures and fittings as well as a well matched finish. The accommodation is finished to an exceptional standard and must be viewed to be fully appreciated.

Entrance Hallway Living Room Open-Plan Sun Room, Dining Room & Kitchen Utility Room Ground Floor WC Ground Floor Master Bedroom & En-Suite Bathroom/WC 2 First Floor Double Bedrooms & Bathroom/WC Garage Garden to 3 sides

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).

Entering through a partially glazed door you arrive in the central hallway. This provides easy access to all major rooms on the ground floor. There is a particularly attractive staircase, hidden storage cupboard behind a fake bookcase and the room is well lit via multiple wall lights and modern spotlighting.

4.85m x 4.85m (15`10 x 15`10). A pleasant room with a good feeling of light and space. The main focal point is the fireplace with an ornate cast iron fire, hearth and surround, two large windows to the front of the home and predominantly glazed double doors to the south into the sun room.

5.31m x 2.9m (17`5 x 9`6). A beautifully bright and south facing sun room predominantly made of glass including the roof. A large portion of the window space is lined by bespoke window seating. There is a set of French doors leading out onto a patio and the tiled floor leads throughout the open plan room including the dining area, the kitchen and it also extends into the utility and downstairs WC.

2.59m x 4.66m (8`6 x 15`3). This area is central to the open-plan living space at the rear of the home. It joins both the kitchen and the sun room and within this area the central ceiling light hangs low, ideally placed for a dining room table. There is additional west facing windows and partially glazed door leading into the garden. There is a generous array of built-in shelving including another hidden door.

2.96m x 3.45m (9`8 x 11`3). This stunning kitchen is well lit via multiple LED lights and natural light from two large south facing windows and offers good functionality. There is a generous amount of granite work surfaces, an abundance of both wall and floor cabinetry, 1.5 stainless steel sink with mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer, and a good sized range oven.

2.03m x 1.55m (6`7 x 5`1). Located behind the hidden door within the dining area, the utility room offers ample worktop space, stainless steel sink, good storage and plumbing for both washing machine and dryer.

1.06m x 1.57m (3`5 x 5`1). Fitted with a two piece white suite, extractor fan, ceiling spotlighting and natural light is via an east facing window. The Baxi combi boiler is also located here.

4.1m x 3.7m (13`5 x 12`1). A generous sized room with two large windows facing the front of the home. There is a range of built-in wardrobes including hanging and shelf space, drawers and lockers, central ceiling light and two wall mounted lights. This room has the benefit of an en-suite bathroom.

2.8m x 2.0m (9`2 x 6`6). This en-suite has a tasteful and contemporary finish and has a range of features including a three piece white suite with large bath, ‘floating` wall mounted WC, ‘his & hers` sinks with fitments coming directly from the large wall mounted mirror, shelving beneath, large sliding door walk-in shower with feature rainwater shower, wall mounted ladder style towel rail, ceiling spotlighting, and natural light through an east facing window. The walls and floor are predominantly tiled.

4.66m x 4.62m (15`3 x 15`1). A generous room with south facing window over the rear garden, ceiling spotlighting, generous amount of power sockets and an aerial socket.

4.55m x 4.1m (14`11 x 13`5). Another generous sized room with views over the front garden, modern ceiling spotlighting and integrated wardrobes providing both hanging and shelving.

1.74m x 2.0m (5`8 x 6`6). Fitted with a three piece suite with Savoy basin with mixer tap, bath with shower fitment, ladder style towel rail, modern ceiling spotlighting, fully tiled walls and floor, and natural light via an east facing Velux window.

Above the living room and accessed from the stairs through a double hatch, there is a large storage area. Subject to planning permission, this could be converted.

The site is predominantly south facing but surrounds the home generously on three sides, south, east and north. The northern boundary is lined by stone walls, which also line the driveway to both east and west. Behind the stone walling is creatively used to provide raised flowerbeds. The driveway is gravelled and extends up to the home and runs down the western side of the garage to a gate which grants pedestrian access into the rear garden, and also extends across the northern face of the home, continuing in the form of a footpath along the eastern side to the rear garden.

Due to its size, the garden offers opportunity for extending. This could either be done to the east or south, subject to planning permission.

The garden is predominantly laid to lawn but also has an array of shrubs and flowerbeds. The south west corner has a good sized flagged patio, which will get the best of the days sun.

6.1m x 2.74m (20`0 x 8`11). Double doors provide access which is large enough to park an average car. Natural light is via a window to the south and rear and there is built-in shelving, power and strip lighting.

Council Tax Band E.

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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