Property Summary


Guide price £499,000

5 Bedrooms 4 Reception Rooms

Branch Details


Alnwick

01665 603581

alnwick@georgefwhite.co.uk

6 Market Street, Alnwick, Northumberland, NE66 1TL

Yearle Mill

A Beautifully Restored Mill House Dating Back to the 18th Century Grade II Listed 5 Bedrooms Dining hall Cloakroom Dining kitchen Sitting room Study TV Room 2 Bathrooms Separate shower room Water wheel Car port for 2 vehicles Pony shed Kennels Approx 2 Acres

The Area
The market town of Wooler is located at the foot of the Cheviot Hills on the edge of the Northumberland National Park and, in view of its location and the associated sporting and leisure pursuits, attracts a significant number of visitors throughout the year to enjoy the local lifestyle. The town has several public houses, restaurants, supermarket and a good selection of shops. There are both Primary and Secondary Schools and a Golf Course. There is good and rapid access to Newcastle and Edinburgh international airports and mainline railway stations at Alnmouth and Berwick-upon-Tweed.

The Property
Yearle Mill, formerly a Corn Mill, has been lovingly restored by the owners over many years and is a unique and striking detached family home. The property is Grade II listed and sits at the edge of the Northumberland National Park.

The property incorporates many original features including a water wheel, mill stones, beamed ceilings and wooden floors and ihas internal floor space of approximately 4180 sq ft.

Of particular note is the imposing dining hall with exposed stone walls. A fabulous feature is the milling machinery which sits to the rear of the room. To the left of the dining hall there is a spacious country style dining kitchen with window overlooking the mill lade. A cloakroom is also located on this level.

Stairs to the first floor give access to four well proportioned and characterful rooms all with exposed timber beams. The family bathroom with curved stone walls has a free standing bath, wash hand basin and WC and feature window. There is also a separate shower room.

The second floor comprises a bright and spacious sitting room with wonderful views and log burning stove. There are three further spacious rooms and a bathroom with wash hand basin, WC, bath and walk in shower.

A Beautifully Restored Mill House Dating Back to the 18th Century Grade II Listed 5 Bedrooms Dining hall Cloakroom Dining kitchen Sitting room Study TV Room 2 Bathrooms Separate shower room Water wheel Car port for 2 vehicles Pony shed Kennels Approx 2 Acres
Guide price 499,000
Wooler

Kitchen
6.10m x 4.30m (20' x 14' 1")
Dining Room
10.15m x 6.23m (33' 4" x 20' 5")
Bedroom 1
5.80m x 4.20m (19' x 13' 9")
Bedroom 2
6.25m x 3.80m (20' 6" x 12' 6")
Bedroom 4
3.96m x 2.09m (13' x 6' 10")
Bedroom 5
6.00m x 3.20m (19' 8" x 10' 6")
Study
3.96m x 2.09m (13' x 6' 10")
Bathroom
4.60m x 4.60m (15' 1" x 15' 1")
Sitting Room
8.13m x 5.95m (26' 8" x 19' 6")
Family room
4.54m x 4.00m (14' 11" x 13' 1")
Bathroom
Bedroom 3/Playroom
4.40m x 4.35m (14' 5" x 14' 3")
Water wheel
Kiln
Externally
A gated driveway leads to the front of the property with ample parking. The grounds extend to approximately two acres, or there about, including a wooded area and garden mainly laid to lawn. Outbuildings include a carport for two vehicles, a pony shed and two pig-pens/kennels. The garden benefits further from views over the pond.

Directions
As you enter Wooler from South turn left (sign posted Town Centre). Drive up the hill. Turn left into Cheviot Street facing The Anchor Pub. Continue out of Wooler. After about 3/4 of a mile turn left down a one way road. The Mill sits in front of you at the bottom via wooden gates.

From the North follow the A697 into Wooler and follow signs for town centre. Drive long the High Street and turn right at the Anchor Pub. Drive up the hill into Cheviot Street and continue out of Wooler. After about 3/4 of a mile turn left down a one way road. The Mill sits in front of you at the bottom via wooden gates.

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