A delightful house in an idyllic location. Paddock available separately.
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The Old Gin Gang Stables dates from around the same period as the nearby Humford Mill house. It has been recently improved to create a spacious and contemporary home thats ideal for modern life. The main living area is large and light, with feature roof trusses and double doors leading out the garden. At one end of the room is a dedicated home office/study with a loft-style ladder which leads up to the second bedroom.
The kitchen is fitted with wall and base units. Integrated appliances include an electric double oven, a hob with extractor and a washing machine, as well as an under-counter fridge and freezer.
The master bedroom has dual-aspect views and an en-suite WC, with the main bathroom being situated on the ground floor. It is fitted with a bath and over-bath shower.
This property has 0.38 acres of land.
The Old Gin Gang Stable has an extensive lawned garden and patio area to the rear, as well as a large timber-framed gin gan. The property also has a detached single garage which is believed to be the old forge. It is fitted with an electric up-and-over door and has space for storage above. This building has the potential to be connected to the house to provide further living accommodation.
The Gin Gang Stables is situated in a peaceful location on a quiet, tree-lined lane which follows the River Blyth. The lane ends at Bedlington Country Park. The attractive market town of Bedlington lies less than two miles away. It has a range of local amenities including a supermarket, post office, pubs and a community centre. A wider choice of facilities can be found in the historic market town of Morpeth. These include shops and supermarkets, eateries, healthcare and leisure facilities, as well as excellent first, middle and high schools.
Morpeth also has a mainline train station which provides regular services to Newcastle upon Tyne, Edinburgh and London Kings Cross. The property is also conveniently located for the affluent borough of Ponteland and Newcastle city centre.
Take the A1068 (Hartford Road) into Bedlington. On entering the village, take the second turning on the right on to Demesne Drive (just after the bus stop and opposite Centenary Cottages). Follow the road around to the left. At the top of the road turn right on to Acorn Avenue and continue forward until it becomes Hotspur Avenue. Turn right on to Church Lane and continue forward on to the single track road. The Gin Gang Stables is situated on the lefthand side and the paddock land (available by separate negotiation) just on the other side of the lane.Read all
- Impresive full-height living room
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Extensive garden
- Detached double garage
- Paddock available by separate negotiation
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