Price £499,950 - Under Offer


  • Central Corbridge Location
  • Full of Character & charm
  • Deceptively Spacious
  • Rear Courtyard

This double fronted terraced home is perfectly situated within the centre of Corbridge village. It is a tremendous size and benefits from many period features including sliding sash windows, fireplaces, deep skirting boards, coving and high ceilings. There is a courtyard to the rear and all in all it offers four bedrooms, two bathrooms and four reception rooms.

A wood panelled door leads into a large entrance vestibule with partially glazed door providing access into the central hallway.

The first door on the right leads into the main living room with south facing sliding sash window complete with characterful wood panelling beneath. An attractive open fireplace with mantle and granite hearth offers a lovely focal point making this large room feel homely and cosy.

Across the hall lies the lounge which is another generous room also filled with charming features including high ceilings, attractive coving, deep skirting boards and fireplace.

Down the corridor there is a further room with basin situated next to the shower room complete with low level toilet and folding door walk in shower.

Also to the rear is a further reception room; as this one is adjacent to the kitchen it would make a great dining room. It has a west facing window with secondary glazing and a beautiful large inglenook fireplace with stone backing, stone hearth and wooden mantle. The room itself is a generous size and contains a door with stairs leading down to the cellar.

A second door in the dining room leads into the breakfasting kitchen which benefits from an array of cupboards and drawers, space for an oven, stainless steel sink with drainers to both sides, plumbing for a dishwasher and a partially sloped ceiling complete with a west facing Velux window offering a plenty of natural light.

From the kitchen, double French doors offer access into the sunroom with glazing to the south and an external door out to the courtyard on the west where a small outhouse can be found containing plumbing for a washing machine.

From the main hall, stairs with a half landing lead to the first floor.

Three bedrooms can be found along the southern face of the home all benefitting from lovely views over the valley towards Prospect Hill and Dilston framed by the houses across the street. These south facing windows allow in exceptional amounts of natural light ensuring these rooms are beautifully light and airy.

The bedrooms to the east and west corners mirror one another and as such both are full of charming traditional features including high ceilings, deep skirting boards as well as useful his and hers wardrobes providing great amounts of storage space.

Between these two rooms is the third bedroom which is again full of character and benefits from the lovely views over the valley to the south.

To the rear of the home lies the fourth and final bedroom as well as the family bathroom which contains a three piece suite with handheld shower fitment over bath. A west facing window with stained glass provides a nice feature as well as privacy and natural light. There is also an airing cupboard which provides storage space and contains the combi boiler.

To the rear of the home there is a good sized courtyard which offers a pleasant place to sit. This area is currently dressed with a variety of pots which create a lovely welcoming space and great opportunity for personalisation.

A covered walkway leads down the side of the property providing access from front to back with doors to ensure privacy.

As previously mentioned, stairs from the dining room stairs lead down from the first floor to the cellar, where three further rooms can be found. Two are of a good size and could make a lovely games room, wine cellar or cinema room or excellent working area for tinkering. These are split via a third room which offers a great storage space.

INTERNAL
Entrance Vestibule | Inner Hallway | Living Room | Lounge | Dining Room | Ground Floor Shower Room | Breakfasting Kitchen | Sunroom

FIRST FLOOR
Four Bedrooms | Family Bathroom

EXTERNAL
Rear Courtyard | Store | Cellar with Three Rooms

DISTANCES
Hexham 4 miles | Newcastle Airport 19 miles | Newcastle 21 miles

SERVICES
Mains services

COUNCIL TAX BAND | E

EPC | TBC

TENURE | Freehold



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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