Guide Price £595,000
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 1 Reception Room
- 5.7 Acres
- 2 Bathrooms
- 4 Bedrooms
- Detached stone built property
- Garden and grazing land (approx. 5.7 acres)
- Idyllic views of the countryside
- Living room and dining room
A beautifully-presented, stone-built house offering flexible accommodation throughout with far reaching views. Gardens and grazing land extending to approximately 2.31 Ha (5.7 Ac) in all.
Bentfoot is a spacious and well presented family home set within an elevated position, enjoying superb panoramic views over the adjoining countryside. Available with the additional benefit of adjoining grazing land, the whole site extends to approximately 2.31 Ha (5.7 Ac).
The main entrance leads into the reception hallway, where to the right hand side lies the ground floor shower room which features a WC, wash hand basin and shower cubicle, and provides convenient space for laundry having power and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
The entrance vestibule leads into the inner reception hall which could be utilised for a number of purposes, i.e. a home office. The dining room is located to the rear of the property and is a well proportioned reception room enjoying stunning countryside views from a dual aspect.
The living room is situated adjacent to the dining room, and features a multi-fuel stove set within an inglenook as the focal point. Beams and low level windows with window seats together with exposed stone work contribute to the character, while a fully glazed door leads into the UPVC constructed conservatory. Featuring floor to ceiling glazing throughout, as well as self cleaning roof panels, the conservatory is a fantastic space for entertaining and enjoying the superb views. A set of French doors lead out to the gardens, as well as a range of full length windows which open fully and allow this space to become an extension of the living space combined with the outdoors.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of modern base and wall mounted storage units, topped with solid oak worktops which incorporate a porcelain sink. Integral appliances include an electric oven, four ring hob with extractor over and dishwasher, while there is space for a freestanding fridge. An ESSE oil fired AGA.
There is a porch to the rear of the property granting access to the gardens, while stairs rise to the first floor landing and feature an exposed stone wall. The master bedroom is situated to the rear of the property and is a well proportioned double. This room is light and airy courtesy of the dual aspect windows and the sloping ceilings give a cottage feel while still having reasonable head height.
The second bedroom is a further well proportioned double, which benefits from painted, exposed stone walls and a dual aspect view.
The third and fourth bedrooms are good sized single room, ideally suitable for guests, children or a home office or nursery.
The family bathroom completes the accommodation and is fitted with a white suite comprising WC, wash hand basin, freestanding roll top bath and shower cubicle with electric shower. There is a traditional style towel rail in the room, and also a useful storage cupboard.
Externally, there is a gravelled and gated driveway providing off road parking for a number of vehicles. Double doors provide access to the detached garage/workshop which benefits from an electricity supply. To the front and side, the extensive lawned gardens wrap around the property and are planted with a variety of flowering borders, as well as vegetable garden for the keen gardener and a chicken coop for those looking to increase self-sufficiency.
The adjoining grazing land can be accessed via the garden, as well as via an independent gate from the access track. There is a stone-built byre situated on the land, which is bordered by dry stone walling and ideal for those with agricultural or equestrian interests.
The property benefits from mains water, electricity, an oil fired central heating system and a private septic tank for drainage.
1. The septic tank for a neighbouring property is situated on the agricultural land under ownership of Bentfoot.
2. The property benefits from a right of access from the public highway over the track which is owned by a third party. Bentfoot owns a section of the track in front of the property.
3. There is a wayleave agreement in place for Northern Powergrid to access the electricity poles on the land. An annual payment is received for this agreement.
Tenure & Possession
Freehold, available with vacant possession upon completion.
This property has been certified with an EPC Rating of [E/52]
Northumberland County Council.
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