- Spacious Family Home
- Walking Distance to Centre
- Delightful Period Features
- Popular Hexham Location
- Five Bedrooms
- Lovely Garden
Delightfully spacious period property with versatile accommodation, perfect for a family or anyone who would like a great amount of space.
Immediately upon entering the external wood panelled door, you arrive in to the entrance vestibule which is enriched with period features including deep skirting boards, attractive patterned glass, dado rail and coving. A partially glazed door leads through in to the spacious central hallway with exceptionally good conditioned decorative plasterwork. The hallway itself grants access to three of the principal rooms of the ground floor.
The first is the living room with south facing bay window, delightful Victorian fireplace with tiled hearth and mantle, attractive coving, a stunning ceiling rose, picture rails and exposed floorboards.
Immediately adjacent to the living room lies the dining room which is another reception room with a large open fire. Equally this room also has a beautiful ceiling rose, attractive skirting boards, coving and a contemporary vertical radiator. In addition, there are Venetian shutters to the windows which over look the enclosed rear courtyard.
The kitchen lies to the rear of the property; its most notable feature is its charming inglenook fireplace containing a Rayburn. There is also a Companion oven mounted beneath oak wood tops, surrounded by an ample array of cabinets and drawers throughout. There is an island in the centre of the room offering additional counter top space, storage and a comfortable place for two people to dine. There are also spotlights to the ceiling.
Accessed through a wood panelled door to the rear is the utility, with additional storage, good worktop space, stainless steel sink with drainer and splashback tiling behind. There is also a good sized pantry, WC with two piece white suite and a home office with a good sized window and inbuilt shelving.
Stairs with original banister and spindles lead to the first floor...
Stairs with original banister and spindles lead to the first floor landing where the feeling of space throughout this property continues. As with the rest of the house, the landing also contains immaculate features. This floor offers four bedrooms; the front and south east bedroom has a large sash window overlooking the front garden. In addition, it has his and hers wardrobes positioned on either side of the protruding chimney breast. This room has a rather pleasant ceiling rose and good condition coving.
Adjacent to this room there is another generous double room, this one however, overlooks the rear of the property. It also benefits from his and hers wardrobes which surround a charming, ornate fireplace with Victorian tiled heart and insert.
The two further bedrooms on this floor; one looks out to the south and front of the property, the other has an east facing window.
The family bathroom comes well equipped with a roll top, silver footed bath with central filling taps, two piece white suite with pedestal style basin and low level WC, wooden panelling to dado height and a storage cupboard as well as a north facing sliding sash window.
Adjacent to this lies a separate shower rooms which is perfect for a busy family home.
Stairs lead to the second floor, with half landing and storage into the eaves.
This top floor currently serves as the principal bedroom with dressing room and additional wardrobe storage off the bedroom. This is a generously sized room with attractive fireplace and a dormer window providing an excellent mature green outlook. This room also has the benefit of an en-suite shower room with walk in shower, two piece white suite and Velux style window offering natural light. It has a tiled floor, storage within the eaves as well as its own fireplace.
The gardens predominately lie to the front and south of the property. A wrought iron gate provides access into the gardens from the pavement; there is a concrete path leading all the way up to the front door which works its way past generous lawns, areas of shrubbery, a shed and also a decked area which is perfectly orientated to enjoy the evening sun.
Lying to the rear of the property, is a courtyard with elevated decked area, a variety of open and closed storage areas as well as a garage (2.33m x 4.22m) which is suitable for parking a car; it has an insulated roof and up and over garage door from the rear street.
Entrance Vestibule | Inner Hallway | Living Room | Dining Room | Kitchen | Utility | Pantry | WC | Home Office
Four Bedrooms | Family Bathroom | Shower Room
Principal Bedroom | Dressing Room | En-Suite | Storage
Corbridge 4 miles | Newcastle 23 miles | Newcastle Airport 20 miles
All mains connected.
Council Tax Band | D
Tenure | Freehold
EPC | F
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