Property Summary

£1,500 pcm (£346 pw)

  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • 3 Reception Rooms


Mindrum, Northumberland

    Key Features

  • Detached House in Rural Setting
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Four Bathrooms
  • Large Garden and Patio Area
  • Large Kitchen with Integrated Appliances
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Solar Panels
  • Stunning views
  • Three reception rooms
  • Utility, Boot Room and Storage

A stunning 5 bedroomed house situated in an outstanding setting with uninterrupted views over the Cheviot Hills now available to rent partly furnished.

It is an impressive conversion of a barn and former shepherd’s cottage, 20 years ago, situated in the middle of a working farm accessed by a private road, with original features including exposed beams, working fireplaces and an Aga, surrounded by a large garden. Grazing may be available by separate arrangement.

This property has an entrance hallway with cloakroom and w/c that leads into a spacious drawing room with exposed beams, an open fireplace and a drinks cupboard behind double doors complete with fridge.

This room leads into the large farmhouse style kitchen with original exposed beams, underfloor heating, an electric AGA, two gas hob rings and an additional integrated oven, a large standalone fridge and dishwasher. There is a large kitchen island and an adjoining larder. French windows provide access to the courtyard garden, and opposite there is a side door leading to the conservatory at the back of the house providing easy access to the car parking area.

Stairs up from the kitchen provide access to the family mezzanine sitting room which has amazing views across the countryside. A few steps down from the kitchen through double doors is the dining room.

The master double bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and a separate walk in wardrobe. There is a second room next to the master bedroom, originally designed as a dressing room, and could also be used as a nursery / second bedroom.

This property has a further four double bedrooms in the cottage part of this conversion, all south facing with views across the hills. In the largest bedroom the open fireplace has been retained (which could be used as a spacious study away from the hub of the house) and has a Jack and Jill style bathroom. A corridor provides access to these bedrooms along with a further family bathroom and another shower room.

At the back of the house is ample utility rooms providing plenty of storage space, room for dogs and also a drying room.

This property is double glazed and has oil fired central heating.