A spacious Victorian 4 bedroom upper maisonette with stunning views over the Aln Estuary
A handsome stone-built property offering just under 1700 sq. ft. of flexible, light-filled accommodation offering a self-contained four bedroom maisonette on the upper two floors. The property is configured to provide lovely family and entertaining spaces, maximising the stunning views over the Aln Estuary, both with character features including high ceilings with fine cornicing and some original plasterwork and fireplaces.
Occupying the first and second floors, number 26 is accessible through a shared ground floor entrance lobby leading to a private reception hall with stairs rising to the accommodation. A spacious first floor landing gives access to a generous drawing room with feature open fireplace and window seating affording magnificent coastal views.
A well-proportioned neighbouring dining room with a glazed door to a private decked balcony. The generous kitchen/dining room has a range of wall and base units, modern integrated appliances and space for a good sized dining table. A large 18 ft. bedroom has a feature cast iron open fireplace, window seating and contemporary en suite shower room.
Stairs rise from the landing to the second floor which provides three further generous double bedrooms and a spacious modern fully-tiled family bathroom.
Outside Occupying a prominent corner spot and having plenty of kerb appeal, the property is approached through twin stone pillars over a private gravelled forecourt providing parking for numerous vehicles, set behind low level stone walling. The full width balcony on the second floor spanning the full width of the property is ideal for entertaining, al fresco dining and for enjoying the panoramic estuary views.
Agents Note The lower maisonette, which is in the same ownership, is also available for sale and listed separately.
The property is situated in a conservation area on Northumberland's Heritage Coast overlooking the Aln Estuary and within a short walk of the beach, harbour and park. Alnmouth was named one of the best places to live by the sea by The Times in July 2017 and offers a good selection of day-to-day amenities including village shopping, public houses, restaurants, gift shops, a village hall and village golf club. The nearby historic market town of Alnwick offers a wider range of amenities including shops, supermarkets, public houses, restaurants, schooling, hospital, GP and dentist surgeries and leisure facilities and is home to the major tourist attractions of mediaeval Alnwick Castle, Alnwick Garden and the world-famous Barter Books. The rural lifestyle offered by this property is supplemented by a wide range of beautiful country walks as well as a stunning local coastline.
Directions From Strutt & Parkers Morpeth office, head west on Oldgate for 0.9 mile, turn right then turn left onto B6343. After 0.9 mile turn right onto St. Leonards Lane then after 0.7 mile turn right and at the roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A1 slip road signposted Alnwick. Merge onto the A1 and stay on the A1 for 13.2 miles, then turn right. Stay on this road for 1.5 miles then turn left at Percy Road. After 3.0 miles continue onto South View, then at the roundabout continue straight onto the B1338. After 0.7 mile at the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Northumberland Street, turn left onto The Wynd and turn right onto Marine Road. Turn left onto Riverside Road, turn right onto Argyle Street and the properties can be found on the left-hand side.
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- Stunning Views
- Reception Hallway
- 2 Reception Rooms
- 4 Bedrooms (1 En suite)
- Family Bathroom
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