£300,000 Guide Price
This FIVE bedroom detached 19th century victorian house is set in a mature, private, and grounds of around 0.7 of an acre, with a southerly outlook to the Cheviot Hills. Being fully double glazed and having gas central heating, the property boasts many fine features, a few of which to mention are high celings, original cornicing to main rooms, timber framed bay windows to the upstairs and ground floor sitting rooms with views. The exposed floors, utilize original or reclaimed timbers and stripped doors. The hall is an impressive feature with a reclaimed mahogany floor and a winding staircase to the upper floor leading to FOUR bedrooms, the master with an en-suite and a family bathroom. The lower loungehad a recessed cast iron fire (converted to gas). Bedroom five and the utility roomhas a fitness room and computer work station. The property has council planning permission, in principle, for the erection of one dwelling house within the grounds. The accommodation also offers a double garage, which was a former stable including a room over and a storage room attached. Thegardenhas outbuildings and a patio areawith abarbeque area and a fish pond. The cobbled driveway has feature security lighting. The property is within close proximity to the village primary school, post office, butchers, newsagents and small supermarket situated in the village and with the high school being only a ten minute rie by busand private school nearby. The mainline railway station is ten minutes away witheasy access to Newcastle and Edinburgh. To arrange your viewing, please contact Emoov on 0845 260 4950.
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