A splendid Grade II listed attached property, dating from the early 19th century and featuring original detailing throughout, including sash windows and fireplaces. This is complemented by an attractive clean, neutral finish that brings a sense of light and space to the living space.
On the ground floor there is a comfortable sitting room, with a brick-built fireplace, which has been fitted with a wood-burning stove. There is also a formal dining room with wooden flooring and a grand fireplace with a brick and stone surround, also fitted with a wood-burning stove. The striking kitchen, located on the lower ground floor, boasts a vaulted ceiling, exposed timber beams, skylights and exposed brickwork, as well as attractive units, wooden worktops and a stainless-steel range cooker; double doors provide direct outside access. There is a useful adjoining boot room with ample storage and coats hanging space, along with a bathroom.
There are two double bedrooms on the first floor, as well as a study and a family bathroom whilst the second floor plays host to a further two double bedrooms, including the generous principal bedroom, which has extensive fitted storage.
To the front of the property there is a small paved garden, with wrought-iron fencing and a gate opening onto a pathway to the front entrance of the house.
To the rear there is a raised paved terrace providing the perfect spot in which to enjoy the outlook over the field and woodland beyond. The garden is principally laid to lawn, bordered by flower beds, with a further gravelled seating area providing additional space for outdoor entertainment and el fresco dining.
The property is in the heart of the historic market town of Alnwick. Home to the famous Alnwick Castle and Garden, it has a good choice of high street shops and supermarkets, cafés, pubs and restaurants, a theatre, a hospital and other services. It also has excellent schools and childcare provision. There are nearby stunning views to enjoy of the River Aln and Alnwick Castle.
Nearby, Alnmouth provides a railway station with regular services to Newcastle. The area boasts magnificent coastal countryside, with the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty close by, while the area has various links golf courses, such as Foxton Golf Club or Alnmouth Village Golf Club, as well as Alnwick Castle Golf Club very close to the property. The A1 is less than two miles away, providing routes towards Newcastle or north to the Scottish borders.
From Morpeth, head to the A1 and continue on the A1 northbound for 16 miles, before taking the A1068 exit towards Alnwick/Alnmouth. At the roundabout, take the second exit onto the A1068 and after half a mile, at the roundabout, take the first exit onto the B6346. Continue through the town centre and turn right onto Fenkle Street and then at the junction, continue to the left onto Narrowgate. After a quarter of a mile, turn left onto Walkergate and you will find the property on your right-hand side.Read all