A handsome detached equestrian property with stabling and barns set in 11.18 acres.

Learchild Moor House is a well-presented double fronted stone family home offering over 3,029 sq. ft. of light-filled flexible accommodation arranged over two floors. It has been sensitively modernised to combine the amenities of modern living with character features including sash windows, high ceilings, some exposed stone walls, beams and original fireplaces.

The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming entrance hall and briefly comprises a generous front aspect sitting room with feature fireplace with woodburning stove, a well-proportioned front aspect dining room with feature stone fireplace and an extensive 35 ft. open plan kitchen/family room with a useful neighbouring utility room with cloakroom and access to the rear garden. The kitchen provides a range of base units with worktops, a Belfast sink, range cooker and integrated Miele dishwasher while the family room area, configurable to the purchaser’s own requirements, features a stone fireplace with woodburning stove. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a large pentagonal games room/garden room, accessible from the family and dining rooms, which features glazing to all five aspects including French doors to the garden, an exposed stone wall and a high vaulted ceiling with exposed beams.

On the first floor the property offers a spacious front aspect principal bedroom with a very large en suite bathroom having a central freestanding bath and separate walk-in shower, three further well-proportioned bedrooms and a generous family bathroom.

This property has 11.18 acres of land.

Outside

The property is approached over a gravelled rear driveway providing parking for numerous vehicles and giving access to the two storey 34ft. Byre, with a useful cloakroom. In addition there is a large tin barn and a modern detached stable block with four looseboxes and a tack/feed room housing the biomass pellet boiler.

The formal garden is laid mainly to lawn bordered by mature hedging and trees and a small area of light woodland, the whole property enjoys far-reaching views over the property's 11.18 acres of woodland and paddocks and the stunning Northumberland countryside towards the Cheviots.

Agents Note The detached stone byre has previously had planning permission for conversion to a residential dwelling property ancilliary to the house. Subject to planning, this would make an ideal annex for a family member, guests or as a holiday let. Recently reroofed and insulated.

Situation

Situated on the A697 near to the Cheviot Hills, Thrunton is renowned for its historic woodland, ideal for walking, mountain biking and horse riding, and is also home to a popular trout fishery.

The nearby historic market town of Alnwick offers a wide 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 countryside as well as a stunning local coastline.

The A697 gives easy access to the A1 trunk road leading north to Berwick and Scotland and south to Morpeth and Newcastle upon Tyne. The railway station at Alnmouth has regular direct links to Newcastle and Edinburgh, with London Kings Cross just over 3 hours away.

The area offers a good selection of state schooling including Whittingham C of E Primary School and Barndale House. Newcastle upon Tyne offers a wide range of independent schools for pupils aged 3 to 18 years, including Newcastle School for Boys, Westfield School and Newcastle High School for Girls.

Directions

From Strutt & Parker’s Morpeth office, turn left onto New Market and at the roundabout continue straight onto Newgate Street (A192). After 1.2 miles at the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto Morpeth Northern Bypass. At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A1 slip road. Merge onto A1 and after 0.9 miles take left exit onto A697. Follow this road for 15.2 miles and Learchild Moor House can be found on the left-hand side.

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Other features

  • 4 Bedroom, 1 ensuite
  • 4 Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen
  • Utility
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Garden
  • Byre
  • Stable Block
  • Tin Sheds
  • 11.18 Acres

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Ref: MRP090137

Thrunton Alnwick Northumberland NE66

Asking Price
£675,000

Ref: MRP090137

Thrunton Alnwick Northumberland NE66

Asking Price
£675,000