Ivy House is a handsome and substantial stone built, detached house, circa 1890, with lovely landscaped gardens, an extensive driveway with parking for several cars and an attached double garage. The impressive, four bedroom period house offers versatile ground floor accommodation with three good sized reception rooms, and a fabulous open plan family space incorporating a contemporary fitted kitchen, dining area and garden room with bi-fold doors opening to the rear terrace and garden. The family home has been extended and reconfigured in recent years, whilst retaining beautiful period features including marble and cast iron fireplaces and stained glass internal windows.
Vestibule with original tiled floor | Reception hallway with stunning stained glass windows | Side lobby with cloakroom/wc | 21ft Sitting room with marble fireplace and bay window overlooking the garden | 20ft Dining room/home office with marble fireplace and bay window overlooking the garden | Versatile cinema/play room | Magnificent L- shaped open plan kitchen/dining/living room with bi-fold doors to the garden | Walk in larder and utility room | First floor | Master bedroom with walk in wardrobe | Luxury ensuite shower/wc | Guest double bedroom with walk in wardrobe | Well appointed ensuite shower/wc | Bedroom three with beamed and vaulted ceiling | Bedroom four with doors opening to a private balcony and access to the family bathroom/wc | Luxury family bathroom with separate shower | Under floor heating to the ground floor open plan living/kitchen and ensuites/bathrooms | Attached double garage | Generous driveway | Attractive landscaped gardens and a timber pergola seating area.
Burnopfield is well placed for easy access to Newcastle upon Tyne (approx 10 miles) and Durham (approx 15 miles), and the Newcastle International Airport. The village is located in the Derwent Valley with beautiful surrounding countryside, woodland walks and the National Trust’s Gibside Estate.