Property Summary

Guide Price £600,000

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 3 Reception Rooms

Branch Details


01665 603581

4-6, Alnwick, NE66 1TL


Felton, Morpeth, Northumberland

    Key Features

  • Cellar
  • Dining Kitchen
  • Dining Room
  • Four double bedrooms
  • Front Garden
  • Garage
  • Gym
  • Large Rear Garden
  • One En-Suite bathroom
  • Private parking
  • Sitting Room
  • Two Jack and Jill Bathrooms
  • Utility Space

Beautifully Extended and Renovated Family Home in Prime Location Four Double Bedrooms • Two Jack and Jill Bathrooms • One En-Suite bathroom • Dining Room • Sitting Room • Gym • Dining Kitchen • Utility Space • Cellar • Garage • Front Garden • Large Rear Garden • Private Parking

The Property
Built in 1800 and Grade II listed, this is a recently extended and completely renovated end of terrace family home. The property was formerly The Presbytery and was added to the original terrace to accommodate the priest from Felton Park House. The property now offers stylish and comfortable accommodation arranged over two floors:- to the ground floor is a welcoming hall with sitting room off to the left. This dual aspect room has stripped and polished floorboards, working window shutters and open fire set in an impressive marble fireplace. Back in the hall and to the right as you enter is the dining room – another beautifully proportioned room, again with working shutters and polished floorboards, there is also a decorative fireplace which could also accommodate an open fire or wood burning stove if desired. Continuing along the hall and before the kitchen is a home gym (dual aspect) which could also be configured as a home office, playroom etc. Moving into the kitchen, you are greeted with a super dining/entertaining space which further opens onto the terrace by way of bi-fold doors. The kitchen really is the hub of this beautiful home. There are quality fitted cupboards, solid wood worktops and a natural stone floor. The central island houses the Belfast sink and serves as an informal breakfasting station. In addition to the gas Aga there is a Neff induction hob, extractor hood, conventional oven and combination oven. There is also an integrated dishwasher, wine fridge and American fridge freezer (within a bespoke surround) and there is ample dining space. Moving beyond the kitchen into the rear hall, there is a pedestrian door to the garden, a utility space and a Jack and Jill en-suite shower room which also serves the ground floor bedroom. This generous double bedroom is a recent addition to the property and has lovely views onto the garden.

To the first floor are three further beautifully and similarly proportioned bedrooms, two of which have working shutters, original fireplaces and views to the front of the property. The master bedroom is to the right off the main landing and has a dual aspect. It currently accommodates an emperor size bed and still offers plenty of space and it has a pretty window seat which looks onto the garden. There are steps down to the dressing area with a stylish en-suite bathroom beyond. Back from the main landing is a further bedroom with steps down into a Jack and Jill en-suite bath/shower room which serves the final bedroom (another recent addition) beyond. This bedroom has access to the half landing (with its storage cupboard and pretty stained glass arched window) which joins the main staircase. This concludes the accommodation.

In addition, there is a cellar which has the benefit of an external window which brings in natural light. Currently providing excellent storage, this space could be adapted to provide a hobby or craft facility perhaps. (subject to relevant planning consent.)

The natural stone terrace is a lovely private space for relaxing and entertaining. There is an adjacent lawned area with log store. Beyond the terrace is an attractive and established flower bed with steps down to a large lawn with both well established and young trees providing interest. There is a small orchard sown with wild flowers which attract a variety of wildlife in the spring and early summer months. Leading down from the orchard is a garage which is currently used for storage. The garage has a first floor and the building could quite easily be converted to an additional self-contained dwelling/office suite/studio, subject to the relevant consents. Beyond the garage is the private driveway offering parking for one vehicle. (There is further on-street parking at the front of the property). Adjacent to the garage is a gate which leads to a further lawned area leading down to the stream and there is access from here to the driveway.
Mains gas, electricity and water.

Council Tax/ Energy Performance Certificate
Band E and EPC not applicable as a Grade II listed property.


From the A1 drive into Felton and turn into Riverside at the Running Fox. No 16 is the last property on the right hand side and is marked by a George F White for sale board.