Guide Price £425,000
- 5 Bedrooms
- 3.8 Acres
, Clennel, Morpeth
- 3 Double bedrooms
- Detached Converted Bothy with: 2 Further Bedrooms, Shower Room
- Dining Kitchen
- Dining Room
- Walk in Pantry
UNIQUE, RURAL PROPERTY (WITH CONVERTED BOTHY) IN NATIONAL PARK PLOT EXTENDING TO AROUND 3.8 ACRES Dining Kitchen • Walk-in Pantry • Bathroom • Dining Room • 3 Double Bedrooms • Detached Converted Bothy with: 2 Further Bedrooms, Shower Room
Eagles Path was acquired by the current owner around 13 years ago and has undergone considerable renovation to provide the most attractive and rustic accommodation in an unparalleled location. It has to be said that the property, in view of its very secluded location, would appeal to buyers looking for tranquillity and the beauty of comparative isolation. Accommodation, to the ground floor, comprises: - A sunny porch giving way to a welcoming entrance hall with door to the sitting room which has an open fire and views across the garden to the rolling countryside beyond. From the entrance hall is a second door to the dining room with its beautiful inglenook fireplace and, again, elevated, breath-taking views. From here there is a door to the generously sized bathroom which has quality sanitary ware, half panelled walls, a vintage tiled floor, exposed beams and plenty of natural daylight. Also leading from the dining room is the comfortable and cosy kitchen/dining/living area with both fitted and freestanding cupboards and a range style cooker. There is a double Belfast sink and a window to take in the views. There is a slightly raised dining/living space with a wood burning stove and door to the walk-in pantry beyond.
The 3 double bedrooms are built into the attic space and are accessed by a staircase from the kitchen and a second staircase from the dining room. The bedrooms are inviting, quirky spaces and have exposed beams and stone walls and the master has fitted cupboards.
Character features are in abundance at Eagles Path and include stripped timber floors, latch doors, exposed beams, 2 wood burning stoves, inglenook fireplace, open fire and exposed stone walls. The property is double glazed.
There is a detached converted bothy which currently provides 2 bedrooms and a shower room. There is a workshop/storage space in one half of the bothy which could, with any relevant consents or regulations, be converted to living space to provide a completely self-contained dwelling. The property sits on a plot extending to around 3.8 acres.
There is a private water supply, septic tank drainage and heating is via 2 wood burning stoves, 1 open fire and night storage heaters, if required. The property has mains electricity and there is currently a WIFI connection. Mobile phone signal could be available depending on provider.
Council Tax/EPC Rating
Band A and rated E respectively.
As you approach the village of Alwinton, drive over the bridge spanning the river and take the second turning on the right marked with a Northumbrian National Park sign and a dead end sign. Drive up this lane and pass the farm on the left hand side. Continue straight up and go through one gate. Continue straight up and go through a second gate. Continue ahead for a short way and go through the wooden gate on the right hand side onto the property. IMPORTANT NOTE: PLEASE ENSURE THE NATIONAL PARK GATES ARE SHUT SECURELY AFTER YOU. A ROBUST 4X4 VEHICLE IS REQUIRED TO ACCESS THIS PROPERTY.