A fabulous, four bedroom stone built country farmhouse, constructed in a traditional style and in a lovely setting on the northern banks of the River Coquet, with beautiful landscaped gardens, electric gated driveway and stone built detached double garage. The Farmhouse has been a much loved family home for 19 years and in that time has been fully refurbished, remodelled and extended to a high specification throughout.
The property is set into a small and attractive steading of six individual homes, which creates a superb and safe family environment in close proximity to the A697 which runs from Morpeth through to Wooler, and with excellent road links to Rothbury and the Coquet Valley. Local amenities can be found in Rothbury and Longframlington, with The Anglers Arms Pub and Brinkburn Priory close by and, in Longframlington, lovely country pubs serving food, a quality butcher, village shop and The Running Fox bakery and cafe.
Entrance hallway | Magnificent farmhouse kitchen with a westerly aspect, and a large stone inglenook fireplace – the immaculately presented kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of high quality cabinets and integrated appliances | A large archway opens to a fabulous garden room, an impressive extension to the original house, with doors opening to the terrace and garden | Sitting room with Inglenook recess with gas fires | Dining room with exposed fireplace | Utility room with access to a separate cloakroom/WC | First floor landing | Four attractive double bedrooms, some with fitted high quality wardrobes, and open vaulted beamed ceilings | Four luxury ensuite bath and shower rooms, which were refurbished in recent times at a high cost and are beautifully tiled
The gardens are set out predominantly to the south and western elevations of the house and have excellent privacy and security, with fenced and walled boundaries, as well as mature hedges – the house has a generous driveway, providing on site parking for at least four cars, with a secure gated entrance, as well as two additional parking spaces in the courtyard area. There is a separate detached, double garage currently used as a gymnasium and leisure room.
The property has the benefit of gas fired central heating, with propane gas set into a tank within the grounds, under floor heating to the ground and first floors, and a septic tank which is shared with the other five houses in the steading. There is a mains water supply and lovely windows throughout the property overlooking the gardens.
Services: Mains electricity and water | Liquid propane gas central heating | Septic tank | Tenure: Freehold | Council Tax Band: G