South Low House offers over 4,000 sq. ft. of light-filled flexible accommodation arranged over two floors. The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming wooden-floored reception hall with built-in storage and comprises an extensive drawing room with wooden flooring, a feature fireplace and two sets of patio doors to the rear garden opening into a spacious kitchen/breakfast room with a neighbouring utility room.
The kitchen features a range of contemporary high-gloss wall and floor units with quartz worktops, a four oven Aga and modern integrated appliances while the breakfast room has a breakfast bar and space for a good-sized table. There are also two further well-proportioned rooms separated by a large contemporary family bathroom with modern freestanding bath and separate walk-in shower, making them ideal for use as additional bedrooms if required. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a large dual aspect bedroom with exposed A frame ceiling, built-in storage, an en suite bathroom with separate walk-in shower and stairs up to a first floor fitted dressing room.
On the first floor a spacious galleried landing with wooden floor, vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and fireplace overlooks the drawing room below and leads to a galleried walkway landing overlooking the breakfast room. This furthermore leads to a generous bedroom with built-in storage and Velux glazing admitting a wealth of additional light and an en suite shower room, two well-proportioned bedrooms with Velux glazing and a family bathroom with separate walk-in shower.
This property has 0.5 acres of land.
South Low House is approached over a gravelled driveway leading to the integral double garage, screened by mature shrubs and hedging and enjoying far-reaching views over surrounding countryside. A side gate gives access to the enclosed rear garden which is laid mainly to level lawn with a wealth of mature shrubs and trees and a generous paved terrace, ideal for outdoor entertaining.
South Low House sits in a picturesque rural location on the outskirts of Whalton, an attractive village with a vibrant community spirit in a beautiful area of Northumberland and with a good range of day-to-day amenities including a village hall, church, public house and popular primary school. Nearby Ponteland has a wider range of independent and high street shopping, four public houses and a wide range of sporting amenities including walking in Ponteland Park. The village also enjoys convenient access to the popular market town of Morpeth with its excellent shopping facilities, including Morrisons and Waitrose supermarkets as well as a wide range of independent stores, bars, restaurants and cafés and an array of leisure facilities, including two golf clubs. The property enjoys excellent communication links with the nearby A1 giving access to surrounding villages and towns and to the beautiful Northumbrian coastline as well as excellent rail links to Newcastle, Edinburgh and London Kings Cross from Morpeth train station.
The area offers a wide range of nearby state schooling including Whalton C of E Aided Primary School (rated Outstanding by Ofsted), and Morpeth Newminster and Morpeth Chantry Middle Schools, together with a good selection of noted independent schools including Newcastle School for Boys, Westfield, Dame Allans, Mowden Hall, Newcastle High School for Girls, Newcastle Prep and Royal Grammar.
From Strutt & Parkers Morpeth office, turn left onto New Market and at the roundabout take the third exit onto Bridge Street (A192). At the next roundabout, take the 2nd exit signposted A192/A197 and after 0.3 mile at the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto A197. Turn right onto B6524 and stay on this road for 5.0 miles. Turn left, then after 0.9 mile turn left. After 0.3 mile South Low House can be found ahead.Read all