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Harbottle Offers in Excess of £300,000 REF: 7751249
With superb views across to the surrounding countryside and located within a tranquil village setting in the National Park, Woodbine Cottage is a beautiful and well-presented four bedroom stone built cottage retaining many original features including inglenook fireplaces and beamed ceilings. An early viewing of this delightful cottage is strongly recommended for anyone looking for a peaceful retreat. The accommodation briefly comprises to the ground floor, a porch leading to the welcoming entrance hall, a spacious dining room with a feature inglenook fireplace. The centrepiece to the lounge is a superb original inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove. This lovely sitting room enjoys views over the hills of the adjoining countryside and which leads into the country dining kitchen which is well appointed with a breakfasting area. To the side lobby there is a downstairs cloaks with w.c. and useful utility area. To the first floor, there is a spacious master bedroom with three further bedrooms off the landing and a family bathroom. Outside, a stunning tiered lawned garden with mature trees and shrubs lies to the front of the property and steps to the side leading to the rear garden with sheds, coal store, LPG tank and across the lane a further shelved garden. Benefitting from LPG central heating, wood double glazing and with no upper chain Woodbine Cottage offers a fabulous opportunity to acquire a charming and delightful traditional cottage.
Harbottle has a village school, pub/newsagent and doctor’s surgery. Further facilities are available in Rothbury, approximately eight miles away. The area is protected under national park guidelines and contains outstanding scenery and sporting opportunities including fishing at nearby Caistron. Newcastle city centre is around forty one miles away with road access via the A697 and A1. The county market towns of Alnwick and Morpeth provide a wider range of facilities including leisure centres, schooling, choice of wine bars, restaurants and supermarkets.
Energy Performance Certificate – F