The Stables is a splendid attached period property, with four bedrooms and plenty of character, set in a peaceful position just outside the small Northumberland village of Hartburn. The house, built in attractive honey-coloured stone, originally formed part of the stables block at the impressive Angerton Hall, a 19th century country house, and sits within the houses private grounds.
Inside, the accommodation boasts high ceiling and provides light, airy and flexible accommodation, with a spacious sitting room that features an impressive fireplace with a woodburning stove and two large south-facing windows. There is also a play room and a family room, while the kitchen provides space for a dining table and features stylish, contemporary units, granite worktops, a central island, integrated appliances and built-in seating.
Also located on the ground floor is a double bedroom, as well as a shower room, while the first floor provides a further two double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The property also includes an outbuilding, which is currently used as a commercial kitchen for a catering business on the ground floor, but offers the potential for a variety of other options. Upstairs, there is good sized office space and a bedroom/store room.
This property has 0.58 acres of land.
A private driveway approaches the property and opens out into a cobbled courtyard and parking area, from which there is access to the detached double garage. The garden includes paved terracing that provides excellent outdoor relaxation space, and an area of lawn, bordered by flowerbeds and established hedging.
The small village of Hartburn is set eight miles west of Morpeth, surrounded by stunning Northumberland countryside. All of the day-to-day amenities, including supermarkets, a variety of shops, cafés, restaurants and recreational facilities, are available in bustling towns of Morpeth and Ponteland.
There are excellent transport links in the area, with the A1 within easy reach of the property, and mainline train services available from Morpeth (17 minutes to Newcastle).
There are several outstanding-rated schools in the surrounding villages, while Morpeth also has a number of outstanding primary schools, including Morpeth First School and Abbeyfields First School, plus several secondary schools, including Collingwood School.
From Morpeth, take the B6343 away from the town centre, passing through Mitford and continuing to follow the B6343 all the way to Hartburn. Turn left at the war memorial and then after a quarter of a mile, turn left again. At the junction, turn left and then continue round to the right and you will find the entrance to the property on your left-hand side.Read all