Morpeth Northumberland NE65 Holystone
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Features at a glance
- Priory Farm House - Reception Hall
- Family Bathroom
- Sitting room
- 5 Bedrooms (1 En suite Bathroom)
- The Hemmel - Kitchen
- Living room /dining room
- Shower room
- 3 Bedrooms ( 1 ensuite shower room)
- Garage and garden
A modern conversion with additional detached holiday rental cottage.
Priory Farm Steading is a detached stone built modern conversion with a separate modern two bedroom cottage in the small hamlet of Holystone in the Northumberland National Park.
The accommodation is spacious and light and all rooms are well appointed. The bright entrance hallway with a wooden return staircase offers access to the large dual aspect dining kitchen at the southern end of the house. Fitted with a range of units and integrated appliances it also has ample space for a dining table. From the hallway in the opposite direction there are two double bedrooms and a single bedroom as well as a family bathroom and a separate w.c.
To the first floor there are a further two large double bedrooms, including the principal which has an en-suite bathroom and its own stairs leading back down to the ground floor. To the southern part of the house is a sizeable sitting room with vaulted ceiling and exposed timbers, a feature wall of exposed stonework and a wood burning stove.
The Hemmel is a popular holiday rental business with significant potential for expansion by a resident owner. It is detached, its entrance being into the spacious open plan living room with kitchen and dining room. To the first floor is a spacious landing, two double bedrooms and a bathroom with corner bath. In addition there is a ground floor w.c. The Hemmel is electrically heated.
The property is situated in stunning rural Northumberland countryside with fabulous views of the surrounding hills. There is a central, walled garden which sits between Priory Farm Steading and The Hemmel together with private parking and a garage.
Holystone is an ancient village with its own Ladys Well with historical links to the Romans. Located only a few miles from Rothbury, a delightful small historic town attracting many visitors with its beautiful riverside setting and abundance of cafes, pubs and small shops. Otterburn, with its own mill shop, pubs and café, is within easy driving distance as is Alnwick with its famous castle, enchanting gardens and cobbled streets. The Northumberland Heritage Coast, area of outstanding natural beauty, with its magnificent castles and golden beaches is within easy driving distance.
The vibrant city of Newcastle is less than an hours drive away as are the Border towns of Wooler, Kelso or Jedburgh. Holystone is in the Northumberland National Park and is in the heart of this historic and spectacular county.
From the A1 Morpeth travel 0.9 miles, take the exit towards Rothbury and B6344, after 8.7 miles turn left onto Rothbury Road, after 2 miles turn right onto B6344, after 3.6 miles turn left onto B6341, after 4.4 miles turn right onto Greenside Bank, after 3.1 miles turn left, after 0.7 miles turn right, in 150 yards bear right in 30 yards the destination will be on your left.Read more
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