Occupying an end-of-terrace position on a quiet residential lane, a delightful period property that features attractive accommodation throughout and boasts a variety of original details and immense character.
On the ground floor there are three comfortable, flexible reception rooms including a dining room with stripped wooden flooring and timber beams overhead, providing ideal space for both formal and informal dining. The sitting room, also with overhead beams, features an open fireplace, a built-in display cabinet with interior lighting, and a window that connects with the adjoining second sitting room, providing the option of admitting additional natural light if wished. This second sitting room opens into an Amdega orangery which is exceptionally light due to its glazed ceiling and French doors opening out to the attractive rear courtyard.
The kitchen is extensively fitted with a range of units, a central island with an integral breakfast bar, black granite worktops, a double butler sink, and integrated appliances. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a useful cloakroom and a utility room, with stairs rising to a fifth bedroom that could be utilised as a study.
The first floor is host to four double bedrooms, including the principal bedroom, which has the benefit of an en suite bathroom, and a family shower room.
The property is situated in a quiet side street off the main village centre. To the rear of the house, there is a garden, principally laid to lawn and enclosed by high-level hedging to provide seclusion and privacy. An area of paved terracing provides superb space for al fresco dining and relaxation, and adjoining the orangery is a delightful paved courtyard which may be accessed via an archway and wrought-iron gate.
The property is located in the heart of the charming and idyllic village of Bamburgh, in the heart of the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Bamburgh is known for its magnificent Norman castle and stunning stretch of sandy beach, while the village offers a fine selection of pubs, restaurants, tea rooms and cafés. Bamburgh Castle, although privately owned, is open to visitors. The nearby fishing town of Seahouses offers further local amenities, including a small supermarket, a farm shop, a post office and cinema, while larger supermarkets and a wider range of shops are available in Alnwick, or further afield in Berwick-upon-Tweed, both via the A1.
Primary schooling is available in Seahouses and nearby Belford, while secondary schools can be found in Alnwick and Berwick-upon-Tweed. For leisure, the area is fortunate to have some of the finest beaches in the country, while golf is available at 18-hole Bamburgh Castle Golf Club.
From Morpeth, take the A1 north and continue for 29 miles, before turning right onto the B1341, following the sign for Bamburgh. Continue for just under five miles, into Bamburgh, and then turn right onto Doctors Lane. You will find the property on your right-hand side.Read all