Guide Price £460,0003 Bedrooms 1 Reception Room
Lot 1, Valley View
Bungalow with land and a useful outbuilding
•Well presented and spacious bungalow • Three bedrooms • Land extending to 9.05 Acres (3.66 Hectares) • Single garage • A large outbuilding • Well-kept gardens • Off-road parking • Set in a quiet residential area
This property is situated in the quiet village of High Mickley which lies in south Northumberland. It has convenient road links to the A69, which provides access to Newcastle city centre and Carlisle. Stocksfield and Prudhoe are conveniently located 2 miles from the property.
Stocksfield offers village shops, a primary school, doctors and a petrol station while Prudhoe, being the larger centre, offers a wider range of shopping and leisure facilities. There are nearby golf clubs and places of interest such as Prudhoe Castle and the National Trust’s Cherryburn House.
Lot 1 includes the attractive three bedroom bungalow, the outbuilding and permanent grassland extending to 9.05 Acres (3.66 Hectares), outlined in red on the plan within this brochure.
Additional land extending to 11.38 Acres (4.60 Hectares) is available and marketed as Lot 2 Valley View (Lot 1 must be sold before Lot 2).
The bungalow is built from traditional sandstone with a slate roof. There is a well-kept garden that surrounds the property which is stocked with a variety of herbaceous borders and mature shrubbery.
Internally, the welcoming entrance hall is spacious and leads to the sitting room, bedrooms, family bathroom and kitchen. The sitting room is generous in size and has triple aspect windows offering a light and airy space. There is also a fireplace which was originally designed for a log burning stove with flue and lining but the chimney is currently capped off and could easily be put in working order subject to a buyers’ preference.
The master bedroom also offers outstanding views of the Tyne Valley. In addition to the master bedroom there is one further well proportioned double bedroom and a single bedroom. All the bedrooms have fitted wardrobes or a walk-in wardrobe. The family bathroom is situated in the centre of the bungalow and has modern appliances including a wash hand basin, toilet, bath and separate enclosed shower/steam unit. The dining kitchen is also spacious and has modern kitchen units, integrated appliances including a dishwasher, an oven with inbuilt microwave and a separate hob. There is a charming conservatory with exposed stone walls that enjoys wonderful views over the Tyne Valley. Beyond lies the utility room which is plumbed for white goods. The separate WC, which includes an electric shower unit, completes the internal accommodation.
Valley View is well presented and decorated with neutral colours throughout.
Energy Performance Rating
The bungalow has a current EPC rating of band E. The Energy Performance Certificate is available on request.
The outbuilding is built from wood with dwarf walls and wooden cladding to eaves.
The outbuilding has a sizable floor area, measuring 24.70 metres by 7.90 metres. To the south side of the building is a large hardstanding area.
The permanent grassland that is included in Lot 1 extends to 9.05 Acres (3.66 Hectares) and is situated north of the buildings, outlined in red on the plan within this brochure. Its boundaries are made up of post and wire fences, mature hedgerows and trees which provide considerable shelter while still indulging in the views of the Tyne Valley. There is a mains water supply to the field. This land has been grazed by cattle and sheep, but would also be suitable for equine use. The land has an agricultural land classification of Grade 4.