Property Summary

Offers in the region of £259,000

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1 Reception Room

The Little House, Whittingham


    Key Features

  • 3 Double bedrooms
  • Dining Kitchen
  • En-suite shower room
  • Family shower room
  • Front and rear gardens
  • Private Parking For Two Vehicles
  • Sitting Room
  • Workshop/utility space

Charming Stone Built Cottage 3 Double Bedrooms • Family Shower Room • En-suite Shower Room • Sitting Room • Dining Kitchen • Workshop/Utility Space • Front and Rear Gardens • Private Parking For Two Vehicles

The Little House is a charming, stone built cottage located in the heart of the village, in an elevated position. Built in the late 1800’s, the cottage over recent years has been sympathetically renovated retaining an abundance of character. The property will appeal to those wanting a traditional village property with an established sense of community or perhaps people seeking a bolt hole from which to enjoy the fabulous beaches and stunning countryside of Northumberland. Situated just a couple of minutes’ drive from the A697 and around 12 miles from Alnmouth mainline train station, access to this gem of a cottage couldn’t be easier.

Accommodation has been planned with convenient family living in mind and the ground floor comprises of a welcoming, generously proportioned dining hall and stylish, newly fitted kitchen with a Belling Farmhouse Dual Fuel Range Cooker and fitted white goods. There is a cosy sitting room with views onto the front garden and a large inglenook fireplace with multi fuel burner. The ground floor benefits further from 2 double bedrooms (one with en-suite shower room) and a good size recently refurbished family shower room. The second floor comprises of a further double bedroom with Velux window looking out to the rear of the property.
The property is fully double glazed and there is underfloor heating to the dining kitchen. It further offers a good range of storage cupboards and character features such as beamed ceiling to the loft bedroom and dining area, latch doors and an attractive window seat to the sitting room

There are gardens to the front and the rear and the front garden particularly is a pretty and interesting feature of the outside space. There is private parking for 2 vehicles. To the rear, the garden provides a lovely, sunny spot for dining. There is also an extremely useful large workshop/utility space with power and light for tools and garden furniture storage with plenty of space for white goods and general household storage.

Mains electricity, water and drainage. Heating is via radiators (heated by the wood

Energy Performance Certificate
Rated E.

Council Tax
Band C.