This beautifully presented single-storey property offers character features such as high ceilings and exposed timber beams. Included in the sale is a cottage, currently used as a holiday cottage with two en suite bedrooms and a large kitchen / sitting room. In planning terms, the cottage is restricted to being used as an annex to the principal house and may not be severed from the barn conversion. It delivers an excellent annual income of about £24,000.
The entrance door to the main house leads through into the impressive kitchen/breakfast room. Featuring a high vaulted ceiling with exposed timber beams, and skylights providing ample natural light, this spacious room is the heart of the home with painted white units, solid wood countertops and a traditional Aga cooker. The sitting room / dining room also features a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, as well as a large brick fireplace fitted with a modern wood-burner. There is space for both comfortable seating and a dining area, while glazed double doors open up the space to the patio and garden.
The spacious master bedroom located at one end of the property includes built-in storage and an en suite shower room with under floor heating, while the second bedroom is of a good size and is serviced by a large family bathroom also with under floor heating. There is also a good sized third bedroom.
This property has 5 acres of land.
The property benefits from a large gravel driveway offering parking for several vehicles. At the rear of the property there is a spacious and pleasant patio area ideal for al fresco dining and relaxation. The rear garden features areas of well-kept lawn and several mature trees, while there is also a large lawned garden to the front of the property, a natural pond and a decked patio offering another outside dining space. The property's land extends to about 6.25 acres which includes paddocks and a block of stables with tack room and 3 loose boxes. Additionally there are two barns that have previously held a consent to be used as a cattery (up to 15 cats).
Situated in rural Northumberland, the property has easy access to the surrounding countryside, yet benefits from good transport and road links. The village of Longframlington, as well as several other nearby villages, provide some day-to-day amenities, while for a wide range of shops the bustling market town of Morpeth is easily accessible. There are also excellent educational facilities in Morpeth and the surrounding areas. For those wanting to enjoy the great outdoors, the property is located within easy reach of Northumberland National Park and the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Take the turning (east) off the A697 just north of Weldon Bridge signposted for High Weldon. The gates to the property are on the right hand side just before a pretty farmhouse.Read all