- Short Walk from Central Corbridge
- Delightful Features Throughout
- Parking & Garage
- Attractive Period Property
- Generous Gardens
Immaculately presented period home, suitable for a family or professional couple with parking to the rear, garage and attractive well maintained gardens.
Welcome to Eden View
As you approach Eden View through the well maintained front garden, a delightful traditional panelled door greets you providing access into the entrance vestibule which charmingly has the property's address above on the glazing. A further partially glazed door leads into the main hallway which has been opened up to the dining room to offer a delightful grand dining hallway. A beautiful ornate fireplace provides a great focal point which perfectly compliments the period features evident throughout this room including picture rails, panelled ceiling and deep skirting boards. French door bordered by glazing provides access out on to the rear patio and ensure this room enjoys plenty of natural light.
Elegant contemporary glass bi-folding doors make the dining hall feel almost open to the living room which is well presented and features another lovely fireplace. Three large windows in a small bay allow a lovely amount of natural light to enter from the front west face. As with the rest of the house, period features are evident throughout including high ceiling, attractive coving, picture rails and deep skirting boards.
To the rear of the dining hall, lies the morning room through two predominately glazed doors. This room is exceptionally bright with south facing patio doors leading out on to the Indian sandstones flagged patio Within the room itself there is an inglenook fireplace with an attractive gas fire set within a substantial stone surround with mantle above. There is also ample integrated storage, modern spotlighting as well as traditional service bells. Further adding to the feel of space, this room is open to the kitchen which has been recently modernised to include solid work tops with a generous array of cupboards and drawers. There is a five-ring electric hob positioned within a mantle which nicely frames part of the kitchen, complimenting the finish beautifully. There is an oven, oven/microwave combi and dishwasher as well as a 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap positioned beneath one of three large south windows which ensure this room benefits from plenty of natural light. A further Velux window above makes this a beautifully bright and airy room.
To the rear of the kitchen lies the utility room which contains the back door, ample storage, additional counter top space, plumbing for a washer and dryer and further stainless steel sink with mixer tap and drainer. Again, this room is also well lit via a Velux window.
The final room on the ground floor is the shower room which has a large sliding door shower and two piece white suite including a contemporary basin on a pedestal and low level WC; it also benefits from natural light via a south facing window.
Character & Charm Continue Upstairs
Stairs with attractive newel post lead up to the split first floor landing. The family bathroom is positioned to the rear with partially tiled walls up to dado height. There is a lovely three piece white suite including a roll top footed bath, pedestal style hand basin and low level WC. It also has a walk in rainwater style shower with hand held fitment and folding door. There is also modern spotlighting to the ceiling, two storage cupboards, chrome finish ladder style towel rail, ornate fireplace and pleasant views out to the rear over mature green gardens and woodland.
On the other side of the half landing lies this floors three bedrooms. The first bedroom on the left is of a generous size; it has attractive period features including deep skirting boards, feature fireplace with hand carved wood surround, ‘his' & ‘hers' double mirror fronted wardrobes and an east facing window.
The next room, which we would consider to be the principal bedroom, has tremendous views over countryside and woodland beyond to the west. It has a stunning fireplace sitting on a protruding chimney breast complete with traditional service bell. There is modern spotlighting to the ceiling and sliding sash uPVC windows.
The final room on this floor is currently being utilised as a dressing room but would take either a single bed or could be used as a nursery or home office. It has fitted cupboards as well as fitted locker storage.
The landing itself has a wealth of storage with two large cupboards beneath the return staircase to the second floor which benefits from attractive spindle banister and rail.
Behind a door there is a large bedroom, currently being utilised as a double office, with an exceptional amount of natural light via two west facing Velux windows in addition to a further large east facing Velux window. There are various cupboards into the eaves offering a generous amount of storage space. The room itself has exceptional views over open countryside and benefits from central heating.
Attractive Well Maintained Gardens
To the front and west there is a low maintenance and attractive front garden; predominately laid with flags and block paving with an array of flowerbeds offering plenty of colour and scope for personalisation.
Adjacent to the property, and accessed by either the rear door, morning room patio doors or the dining room patio doors, lies an attractive pleasantly private, low maintenance flagged area with Indian sandstone and bordered by a wall. This delightful quaint area provides a great space easily accessed from the inside to enjoy a quick cup of tea in the sun.
The majority of the gardens lie to the rear of the home and are predominately laid to lawn with Indian sandstone path leading beyond to a lovely patio area with pergola above offering a pleasant place to sit. Traditional Victorian edging provides an attractive border whilst raised beds full of vegetables, provide plenty of growing space. An additional summer room, that has been insulated, offers a pleasant place to sit and enjoy the garden in all weathers.
Across the lane to the rear lies one parking space as well as a wooden garage with double doors which also offers lighting, power sockets and natural light from a window.
Entrance Vestibule | Dining Hallway | Living Room | Morning Room | Kitchen | Utility | Ground Floor Shower Room
Principal Bedroom | Double Bedroom | Third Bedroom/ Nursery | Family Bathroom
Bedroom/ Double Office
Front & Rear Gardens | Parking Area | Garden Room | Patio | Garage
Hexham 4 miles | Newcastle 21 miles | Newcastle Airport 19 miles
All mains connected
Council Tax Band | E
Tenure | Freehold
EPC | TBC
Agents Notes | This property flooded during the 2015 Storm Desmond. Since then, extensive flood defences have been put in place in Corbridge.
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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