- 2 Double Bedrooms
- Character Features
- Stone-Built Terraced Property
- Walking Distance of Village Centre
A delightful mid-terrace stone-built property with good sized rooms and character features, situated within walking distance of the village centre.
Entrance Porch Hallway Living Room Open Plan Kitchen/Diner 2 Double Bedrooms Family Shower Room/WC Front Garden Rear Courtyard
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).
1.8m x 1.1m (5`10 x 3`7). With south facing double glazed window and large storage cupboard.
1.8m x 4.3m (5`10 x 14`1).
3.6m x 4.1m (11`9 x 13`5). A lovely room with large double glazed south facing window, ornate fireplace with hearth, mantel, colourful inset and gas fire. The fireplace is on a protruding chimney breast. The room has a high ceiling, attractive coving and deep decorative skirting boards.
OPEN-PLAN KITCHEN/DINING ROOM
An exceptionally bright room with a large sliding sash window, glazed door providing access into the rear courtyard and additional window. In the dining area (2.98m x 4.02m (9`9 x 13`2)) there is a decorative fireplace with stone hearth, built-in storage in the form of closed cabinetry and also glass fronted cabinetry hiding shelves. In addition, there is another built-in storage cupboard with locker space above.
The kitchen area (1.95m x 3.09m (6`4 x 10`1)) offers a range of wall and floor cabinetry, splash back tiling, dual oven with four ring gas hob, ceramic 1.5 sink with drainer and mixer tap, plus an ample amount of power sockets. The combi boiler is also cleverly hidden within a cupboard.
Stairs with attractive banister and spindles lead up to the half landing and then in turn to the first floor.
DOUBLE BEDROOM (Front)
3.6m x 4.18m (11`9 x 13`8). With large south facing windows, decorative fireplace with mantel, and a high ceiling.
DOUBLE BEDROOM (Rear)
3.6m x 4.15m (11`9 x ). Both bedrooms are almost identical in size. This bedroom sits to the rear of the property and overlooks the rear courtyard through a corded sliding sash window. This is the fourth room with a decorative fireplace.
FAMILY SHOWER ROOM/WC
1.75m x 3.05m (5`8 x 10`0). Fitted with a three piece white suite with pedestal wash hand basin, chrome finish heated towel rail and large walk-in shower with sliding door. The majority of the walls are tiled and behind the basin there is a contrasting colour which works exceptionally well.
To the rear lies a generous enclosed rear courtyard which is open to the west. A door provides access to the rear lane. There is also an external store.
To the front and south of the home lies a low maintenance garden which is flagged to offer a pleasant seating area for the best of the days sun.
Council Tax Band C.
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