Guide Price £400,000 - New Instruction

  • Attractive Barn Conversion
  • Generous Gardens
  • Various Workshops & Outbuildings
  • Lovely Views

Charming two storey stone cottage offering a versatile layout, generous gardens to three sides, a range of workshops/ outbuildings and lovely outlook to the west over fields.

Entrance Porch | Central Hallway | Living Room | Dining Room | Study | Breakfasting Kitchen | Utility | Family Bathroom
Principal Bedroom with En-Suite WC | Two Further Bedrooms | Shower Room
Gardens to Three Sides | Parking Area | Patio | Workshops | Greenhouse

Welcome to The Barn
Through a five bar gate bordered by stone walling, a gravelled driveway suitable for parking three/ four vehicles leads up to the front of this attractive stone under slate property.

A wood panelled front door with glazing above leads into an entrance porch with partially vaulted ceiling, natural light via a south facing window and a generous area to store boots and coats. Quarry style tiles lead through double glazed doors into and throughout the ground floor hallway.

Breakfasting Kitchen
To the far western point, lies the breakfasting kitchen with pleasant built in seating area, incredibly generous storage space in the form of wall and floor mounted cabinets and drawers, a range of worktop space, stainless steel sink with mixer tap above, oven with caller gas hob and two windows offering plenty of natural light; one facing south overlooking the front gardens, the other looks out over the rear gardens.
Attractive tiles, in keeping with the property, line the floors and beautifully compliment the large brick inglenook fireplace with wooden lintel with red quarry tiles to the rear and hearth. A gas burner sit within the inglenook, providing a lovely cosy and homely feel.
To the rear of the kitchen lies a utility room which also provides access to the rear garden via a partially glazed rear door. There is additional worktop space supplementing that of the kitchen as well as storage, space for a large upright fridge, Worcester Bosch boiler and plumbing for a washer.

Three Reception Rooms
Lying almost opposite the front porch, across the hall, lies the main living room/ This has two windows generating a great amount of natural light and overlooking the rear patio, garden and Leylandii hedging beyond. The main focal point of the room is its open fire with brick surround, flagged hearth, wooden mantle all on a protruding chimney breast. Rustic beams lining the ceiling and a picture rail on the walls ensure this room is filled with character and charm throughout. To the he south eastern point of the property lies the study with beams to the ceiling, picture rail and double glazed window looking out to the south of the property.
The final reception room is the dining room with two windows looking over the rear garden, beams to the ceiling as well as picture and dado rails ensuring this room is also full of charming features.

Family Bathroom
The final room on the ground floor is the family bathroom with three piece white suite including pedestal style basin, WC and bath with shower over. There are contrasting tiles with a deep red to dado height and cream up to picture rail height as well as beams to the ceiling.

Generous Gardens & Workshop Space
The gardens lie to three sides of the property; south, west and north. They are all predominately laid to lawn although there is a variety of flagged and concrete paths providing access all the way round from the parking area to the rear door connecting the house to the workshop area and also to the additional outdoor store.

The lawns are bordered by a variety of flowerbeds and low stone walling, these are filled with primarily low maintenance shrubs.
To the north east of the home lies a partitioned area bordered by fencing, this provides a great growing area currently used for growing a variety of fruit and vegetable plots. There is also a greenhouse and shed within this area providing plenty of storage and growing space and also a composter.

To the northern border lies a large Laylandii hedge ensuring a great level of privacy and from the western boundary to the rear exceptional views can be enjoyed over the rolling countryside beyond.

There are three workshop areas, two of which are enclosed and were former stables; there is also an open area. All of these are on a concrete base and benefit from services to this section of the garden. There is also a gravelled driveway for three/ four vehicles.

Corbridge 5 miles | Hexham 12 miles | Newcastle Airport 11 miles | Newcastle 14 miles
Septic tank drainage, oil fired central heating, mains electricity and water.

Council Tax Band | E

Tenure | Freehold

EPC F | 32

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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