Residential Agency Team as Sales NegotiatorMorpeth Estate Agents
Garden House is a period style, stone-built detached property that features a wealth of beautifully presented accommodation, with understated elegance and stylish modern fittings throughout.
The ground floor has a generously proportioned sitting room, featuring a reclaimed antique fireplace, fitted with a woodburning stove and French doors opening to the rear patio and garden where you can enjoy alfresco dining. Double doors lead from the sitting room to the formal dining room with ample room for a large dining table. The kitchen and breakfast room has farmhouse-style units to base and wall level, a butler sink, a central island with a breakfast bar and an Aga. There is a gas ring burner and electric oven for additional alternative cooking, while the adjoining utility room provides further storage space.
Upstairs, via the oak staircase there is a light galleried landing and four well-presented double bedrooms, including the large principal bedroom with double aspect. The principal bedroom benefits from its own dressing room and an en suite bathroom with a separate shower. The spacious second bedroom also has its own en suite, while the family bathroom is found on the first floor and is well portioned with a separate shower.
The house is surrounded by an immaculate walled garden, which includes pristine lawns, paved and gravel pathways and terracing, border flowerbeds and a variety of shrubs, hedgerow and trees. A driveway to the side leads to the block-paved parking area at the rear and provides access to the integrated garage for further parking or storage space.
The property is set in the conservation village of North Sunderland, moments from the coastal village of Seahouses on the stunning Northumberland Coast. Seahouses provides several everyday amenities, including a primary school, a village shop and various pubs, cafés and restaurants. The historic town of Alnwick is 14 miles to the south and provides a choice of shops, supermarkets and leisure facilities. Leisure activities in the area include breathtaking coastal walks and riding, as well as first-class links golf at Seahouses Golf Club and Bamburgh Castle Golf Club. The A1 is just six miles away, providing access towards the Scottish borders to the north, and towards Newcastle upon Tyne to the south. Main line trains to the north and south can be accessed via Alnmouth.
From Morpeth, take the A1 north towards Alnwick for about 24 miles, after the main Alnwick exit take the next exit, B1340 sign posted for Alnwick & Longhoughton which takes you through Rennington towards Beadnell and into Seahouses. On entering Seahouses turn left up Main Street towards North Sunderland and the property is on the right just after passing St Pauls Church on the left.Read all