A splendid period house with picturesque countryside views and plenty of potential.

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‘The deadline for sealed bids on this property is Thursday 20th May at 12:00 noon. Contact our office for further details’.

Park House is a handsome period property with plenty of character, set in a highly desirable rural position of just under 2 acres, backing onto beautiful Northumberland countryside and overlooking the village to the front. The property requires modernisation throughout but displays a number of original features, and provides plenty of potential for redevelopment or extension, including a large workshop space over two floors.

The property is built in splendid honey-coloured stone and features attractive arched windows, while inside there are several rooms with exposed timber beams. The ground floor has three reception rooms, including the comfortable sitting room, which has a stone-built fireplace, fitted with a stove. There is also a formal dining room and a study, while the kitchen has wood panelling to the ceiling, wooden units and an integrated hob and double oven, as well as a range cooker.

There are four bedrooms to the first floor, with the principal bedroom featuring an en suite bathroom and a large store cupboard. Two of the additional bedrooms have their own washbasins, while there is also a family bathroom.

This property has 1.96 acres of land.


A lane leads from the main road to the property, which is set back in an elevated position overlooking the hamlet. There is access for vehicles to the workshop at the front, while the driveway leads to a parking area and access to the garage is at the rear of the property. The rear garden is south-facing and includes paved terracing, a walled orchard an area of lawn, with shrubs, plant borders and wonderful views across the surrounding fields. There is a paddock of 1.39 acres to the front of the property through which runs the Middleton Burn under a pretty stone bridge.


The property is located in the hamlet of Middleton, in a beautiful rural setting, close to the small village of Scots’ Gap and nine miles west of the bustling market town of Morpeth. Scots’ Gap has a village store and a doctor’s surgery, while further amenities can be found in the historic town of Morpeth, including supermarkets, approximately nine miles away. Primary schooling can be found nearby at the outstanding-rated Cambo First School, while secondary schooling is available at the outstanding King Edward VI Academy in Morpeth. There are excellent road links in the area, with the A696 close by and the A1 within eight miles of the property, with rail services available from Morpeth mainline station (17 minutes to Newcastle, 3 hrs 13 mins to London Kings Cross.)


From Morpeth, take Newgate Street north away from the town centre and turn left onto the B6343/Mitford Road. Continue to follow the B6343 for six and a half miles, then turn left at the war memorial in Hartburn and continue for a further two miles, after which you will find the property on your left-hand side.

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Other features

  • Entrance Hall
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Study
  • Store Room
  • Kitchen
  • Boiler Room
  • Garage & Workshop
  • 4 Bedrooms (1 En suite with dressing room)
  • Gardens and Paddock 1.96 acres

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Ref: MRP210054

Middleton Morpeth NE61

Guide Price

Ref: MRP210054

Middleton Morpeth NE61

Guide Price