A rare opportunity to purchase an idyllic detached stone built cottage, converted a number of years ago from a former barn. Beautifully situated within a gorgeous hamlet, in an elevated position with fabulous views, this property offers...
A rare opportunity to purchase an idyllic detached stone built cottage, converted a number of years ago from a former barn. Beautifully situated within a gorgeous hamlet, in an elevated position with fabulous views, this property offers wonderfully proportioned accommodation, with further scope to extend, subject to the necessary consents. With considerable character and charm, the Reception Hall, with cloaks cupboard and quarry tiled floor, leads to the Hall/Sun Room, with exposed stone wall, oak floor and French doors overlooking the garden and countryside beyond. The 29' Lounge has a coal burning stove and a superb fitted unit with cabinets, book and display shelving. French doors open to the garden. The Dining Room also has oak flooring, picture lights and French doors to the side garden. The Breakfasting Kitchen is fitted with wall, base & display units, sink unit, split level double oven, 4 ring ceramic hob, plumbing for a washer and integral fridge with matching door. The Utility Room has a range of cupboards housing the boiler, plumbing for a washer and access to the loft. There is a Shower/WC with low level wc, pedestal wash basin and shower cubicle with mains shower unit. The Night Hall leads to the bedrooms. Bedroom 1 has a beamed ceiling range of fitted wardrobes and En Suite Bathroom/WC, with 'rope twist' suite comprising low level wc, bidet, pedestal washbasin with mirror and light over and panelled bath with mains shower over, screen and towel warmer. Bedroom 2 has a vaulted ceiling with steps to a mezzanine level. The Detached Double Garage has twin up and over doors a loft storage.
Externally, there are gardens to all sides. A 5 bar gate opens to the driveway with the Front Garden having lawns, tress, plants and shrubs and a vegetable garden. The Side and Rear Gardens house a wonderful collection of plants and shrubs, with meandering pathways, patio areas and pond.
Harnham is close to the A696, with good access to Belsay, Ponteland and Newcastle.