Guide Price £695,000 - Available


  • In excess of 3,000Sq Ft
  • Walking Distance to Corbridge Centre
  • Garage & Gardens
  • Impressive & Immaculate Period Features

Built in 1883, this stunning period property benefits from a substantial amount of space. It is perfectly situated within walking distance of Corbridge village centre and enjoys a generous sized mature garden and garage.

GROUND FLOOR
Entered from the west through a partially glazed door in to an entrance hallway with quarry tiles and low level cupboards and in to the dramatically sized hallway. This hallway provides access to two of the main reception rooms including the living room which has a stunning ceiling rose with attractive and intricate coving. There is a western facing bay window, deep skirting boards, tremendously high ceilings and an ornate carved wooden fireplace which originated in a Northumberland castle; this houses a delightful open fire with marble hearth and inset.
Lying adjacent to the living room is the dining room with an unusual cast iron ceiling rose, protruding fireplace, decorative coving and two large sliding sash windows drawing in light from the east. In the hallway there is decorative plaster work, a large wall fixed mirror adding to the feeling of space and storage in the rear hallway which connects the main hall to the breakfasting kitchen; it also benefits from external access via a partially glazed door. The breakfasting kitchen itself is of a generous size and as with the rest of the house has delightful high ceilings. Within the dining area there is an inglenook fireplace containing a 4 oven AGA, this is bordered by two good sized storage cupboards, ample space for a large six seater table. The kitchen itself has solid worktops, a range of wall and floor cabinetry, integrated hob, double oven, microwave and dishwasher. There is a 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap and drainer and plenty of natural light via windows to two aspects.
To the rear of the kitchen lies the utility with additional sink, worktop and storage space and natural light. It houses the Worcester Bosch boiler which was installed in 2016. To the rear lies a shower room with two piece white suite, heated mirror, storage beneath basin, and chrome ladder style heated towel rail and walk in shower with remote control.

FIRST FLOOR
At the top of the stairs to the first floor, there is a half landing which has a WC with basin. To the rear lies a generously sized double bedroom with open views over the rear patio, lawn, garage and woodland beyond. Adjacent to this bedroom, there is a family bathroom with ‘P' shaped bath with shower above and screen and two piece white suite with pedestal style basin. Also on the first floor lie two further generously sized double bedrooms; the rear bedroom has two sliding sash windows also overlooking the rear garden. This has the benefit of an en-suite shower room.
The front bedroom is considered the master; it has attractive coving lining the ceiling, deep skirting boards, two large sliding sash windows and two fitted wardrobes to either side of a protruding chimney breast which allegedly came from the SS Olympic, which is the sister ship of the SS Titanic. This room also has an en-suite shower room with two piece white suite, heated mirror and large walk in shower. The final room on the first floor is a further bedroom with west facing window to the front of the property. Staircase leads to …

SECOND FLOOR
On the second floor there are an additional two good sized double bedrooms, a study and also a further bedroom. This is currently being utilised as an office; it has multiple accesses to storage within the eaves, natural light via a window overlooking the rear garden to the east and also a north facing Velux window. Also on the second floor there are a range of storage cupboards.

EXTERNAL
Lying to the front and west of the property, there is a generous gravelled area for parking and also a block paved path leading to the front door. It is bordered by beech hedging but also has a range of flowerbeds for colour and personalisation.
Lying to the rear and east of the property are the bulk of the gardens; there are multiple flagged patio areas, a range of mature shrubbery, lawn and a path which meanders through the lawn leading to the garage which is positioned to the rear. The garage is timber built with double doors to the front and also benefits from power. There is also an external store providing even more storage.

Notice
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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