Property Summary

Offers in the region of £345,000

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 3 Reception Rooms

2 The Old Tweed Mill

Swarland, MORPETH, Northumberland

    Key Features

  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Cloakroom
  • Conservatory
  • Dining Kichen
  • Double Garage
  • Four bedrooms
  • Garden
  • Laundry/Utility room
  • Sitting Room
  • Workshop

Outstanding Bungalow with Quality Accommodation, Stunning Gardens with the Bonus of a Detached Workshop Offering Flexible Potential

The Property
2 The Old Tweed Mill really does have to be seen to be appreciated. Deceptively spacious and concealing the most fabulous rear garden, this beautifully presented 4 bedroom bungalow is tucked away in the middle of the popular village of Swarland. Situated among a cluster of 6 other exclusive properties, 2 The Old Tweed Mill has
been thoughtfully and extensively refurbished by the current owners and there are many features for convenient day-to-day living (a handy laundry in addition to the utility room, for example).

Accommodation is spacious and flexible – current configuration presents as:- An atmospheric entrance hall leads to all rooms. The dining kitchen has a range of fitted base and wall units and includes a integrated split level oven, hob and
extractor fan. There is a well defined dining area which makes this room a lovely cooking/dining/entertaining space. Off of the kitchen is a utility room (with door to garden) with its fitted cupboards and space for washing machine. This leads to a good size laundry with space for inside drying as well as a tumble drier. From the
laundry is access to the double garage which has eaves storage and fitted storage benches. The recently installed boiler is housed here.

Back from the entrance hall, the family bathroom is beautifully presented being fully tiled and having bath (with overhead shower), basin, WC and heated towel rail. Bedroom 3 is currently configured as a snug with a delightful conservatory (with under floor heating) offering views of the garden and an all-year quiet, cosy environment for reading or enjoying music or a pot of tea! Bedroom 4 is currently configured as a well-used study which also accommodates the airing cupboard with a recently installed water tank. The master bedroom and Bedroom 2 are good size
doubles, both having views onto the rear terrace/garden. The master bedroom has fitted wardrobes and a fully tiled en-suite shower room with vanity unit and heated towel rail. Bedroom 2 has a built-in cupboard which offers loft access. There is a
generous sized cloakroom off the hall.

The gardens are, without a doubt, a stunning feature of this property. That said, they have been cultivated with ease of maintenance in mind (alpines covering gravel beds, for instance) and have also been planted to attract wildlife – butterflies and bees especially. There is a mix of established shrub borders, fruit trees (apple,
plum and fig) and lawn, in addition to raised beds and gravelled/seating areas. At the end of the garden is the very handy workshop (approx 7x5m) which has power and scope for a multitude of uses. There is also pedestrian and vehicular access at this end of the garden. The property is approached via a tarmac drive and offers ample parking (potentially for 6/7 cars). There is a double garage with plenty of scope of vehicle storage as
well as space for woodworking or DIY jobs.

Oil central heating. Mains electricity, water and drainage.

Council Tax Band
Band E.

Energy Performance Certificate
Band D.