Property Summary


Guide Price £385,000

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • 2.23 Acres

Branch Details


Alnwick

01665 603581

alnwickresidential@georgefwhite.co.uk

4-6, Alnwick, NE66 1TL

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Mill Cottage, Easington

Belford, Northumberland

Family Home with Equestrian Facilities • 4 Bedrooms • Dining kitchen • Sitting/Dining room • Snug • Utility room • Downstairs shower room • Family Bathroom • Approx. 2.23 acres (0.94Ha) • Stables • Large Car Port • Large detached workshop

Mill Cottage sits in an enviable location close to the beautiful Northumbrian coastline. The property offers an abundance of character including an inglenook fireplace and latch doors. A use entrance porch leads into the dining kitchen with modern gloss base and wall mounted storage units, a range cooker with LPG gas hob and an American style fridge/freezer which will be included in the sale. There is a large sitting room with a stone inglenook fireplace and a multi fuel stove. This room is also currently utilised as a dining room, with french doors leading to a paved area. Just off the sitting room is a snug room with an open fire with red brick surround. From here, there is a utility room with plumbing for white goods and fitted storage cupboards. The shower room to the rear is fitted with a single shower cubicle, wc and pedestal sink. A large single bedroom, with views of the front garden, completes the ground floor accommodation. To the first floor there are 3 good sized double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The bathroom has been recently updated with a luxury bath with granite surround, a sink that sits atop a vanity unit and wc. The master bedroom is a large double which sits at the gable end of the property, enjoying views over the Northumbrian countryside. All of the bedrooms benefit from built in storage. There is additional eaves storage along the first floor hallway. The property is set back behind a double fronted forecourt garden bordered by hedgerows. Two sets of five bar gates provide easy access to the rear of the property, both pedestrian and vehicle. To the rear of the property is a large patio area looking out over the stables and land beyond. Behind the stables the current owner has utilised the area to grow vegetables and create the beginnings or an orchard. The property sits on a plot of approximately 2.23 acres (0.94Ha). There is a large rendered outbuilding which is currently used as a workshop. This has its own vehicular access from the road and could potentially be converted into additional accommodation, (subject to relevant planning consents) The property also benefits from a stable building with 3 loose boxes and a recently erected carport with parking for multiple cars. Positioned centrally within the land is an extremely useful field shelter appropriate for a number or uses.

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