A stylish 3 bed house with rural views in the sought after market town of Morpeth
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Morpeth town centre approximately half a mile, A1 north and south 1 mile, Newcastle 18 miles, Morpeth East Coast Main Line Station 1.5 miles.
This deceptively spacious semi-detached property is extremely well-presented and is located in a desirable enclosed courtyard setting. As you pass through the porch into the entrance hall, there is a fully tiled cloakroom. Also on the ground floor is a generous sitting and dining room with a bay window, feature fireplace and access through sliding doors to the bright conservatory. The kitchen has modern fitted units with integrated appliances and leads to the utility room. Here there is ample space for storage, as well as doors to both the courtyard garden and the integrated garage.
On the first floor the master bedroom has wonderful countryside views, built-in storage and an en suite shower room. There are two further double bedrooms, one having French doors opening onto a Juliet balcony overlooking fields to the rear of the property. These bedrooms are served by a modern bathroom with both a bath and a shower.
Local Authority: Northumberland County Council Services: Mains electricity, gas water and drainage. Council Tax: Band C
Delightfully situated Pottery Bank Court enjoys a semi rural feel whilst being readily accessible to Morpeth town centre. The courtyard development is accessed through in and out archways, with number 13 being to the side. The driveway is paved with parking for three cars, depending on size and leads to the garage. There is a lawned area and a brick footpath to the front door. At the rear of the property is a pretty courtyard garden laid to paving, with some flowerbeds. Fully enclosed, the garden offers an ideal setting for al fresco dining, whilst taking in tranquil views.
The historic market town of Morpeth has an excellent range of amenities, including shopping, restaurants, bars and leisure facilities. The River Wansbeck meanders through the town and there is access to an abundance of outdoor activities such as walking and cycling.
The transport links are excellent with the A1 a short distance away linking Edinburgh to the north and Newcastle to the south. The Northumberland heritage coastline and rolling Cheviot foothills are within easy reach and waiting to be explored.
There is ample schooling on the doorstep for all ages from nursery through to high school, including the particularly sought after King Edward VI High School amongst others.
From the Strutt & Parker office head onto Newgate Street/A192. Proceed for 0.5 miles then turn right into Pottery Bank Court where the property will be found on your left.Read all
- Entrance hall
- Sitting/dining room
- Utility room
- 3 Bedrooms including Master Suite
- Family Bathroom
- Integral Garage
- EPC Rating D
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