The Arcade, Newcastle Upon Tyne Offers in the Region Of £535,000 REF: 7443068

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The Arcade, Newcastle Upon Tyne Offers in the Region Of £535,000 REF: 7443068

 

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Bedrooms 4

Bathrooms 2

Reception Rooms 4

The Arcade, Newcastle Upon Tyne

 

 

Only by stepping over the threshold does one fully appreciate how very special and unique this wonderful property is. Situated within the Northumbrian village of Belsay, very rarely do such properties come onto the market with excellently proportioned accommodation alongside wonderful outside space, this Grade II listed house will appeal to all manner of buyers. Built circa 1830 out of local Belsay stone which was quarried just a few hundred yards away and originally The Temperance Hotel and then Arcade House Hotel, the dining room was the cafe, attracting cyclists and travellers until becoming a private residence in the later 1970’s. The current owners have lived very happily in the property for 23 years and have enjoyed the friendly community spirit of Belsay, which remains a very sought after village offering semi rural living yet still very accessible to Newcastle City Centre and surrounding villages and towns. Arcade House combines effortlessly period features alongside modern living and offers fantastic outside space with private and secluded gardens to the front and side and detached lawned garden to the rear so there is something for everyone and we would urge viewing as essential to fully appreciate all that is on offer. With oil fired central heating the accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance lobby which leads into reception hallway, 22ft dining room to the front with access into the sitting room of similar size to the rear with magnificent marble fireplace, from the hallway there is a ground floor shower room/wc, kitchen with oil fired Aga, fabulous breakfast room which is bathed in lots of natural light and overlooks the side cottage garden and last but certainly not least is the beautiful conservatory which opens out to a walled courtyard garden, the ideal spot to sit and enjoy the private and peaceful surroundings. The first floor has four good sized bedrooms, the master of which is a very generous 23ft with an extensive range of fitted wardrobes, there is a family bathroom and full planning permission for the addition of two en-suite bathrooms. Externally to the front is an attractive arcaded entrance with historic iron railings, to the rear a double garage with electronically operated door, and there is also planning permission to create an extra garage. Garden wise there is a walled courtyard garden to the front, cottage garden to the side and across the lane to the rear is a generous lawned garden with an abundance of pretty flowers, bushes, shrubs and trees. Belsay Village has an award winning village shop, mobile fish and chip van once a week, Blacksmiths Coffee Shop and of course Belsay Hall and Castle and Bolam Lake are right on the doorstep. With an Ofsted rating of outstanding Belsay First School is very sought after and feeds into the highly acclaimed Ponteland schools system. With excellent transport links both North and South, Belsay sits in an idyllic location surrounded by glorious Northumbrian countryside, ideal for outdoor pursuits, and is also well placed for nearby Ponteland with a fantastic variety of amenities, leisure centre and Golf Club and Newcastle International Airport is also close by which also provides the Metro service to Newcastle City Centre, the coast and South of the River.

 

 



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  • Area: 13 The Arcade Belsay Newcastle Upon Tyne Northumberland NE20 0DY Belsay NE20 
  • Price Range: £535,000 
  • Branch: Ponteland Office Area 
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  • Building Type: House 
  • Type: Residential Sales 
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  • main_advert: Only by stepping over the threshold does one fully appreciate how very special and unique this wonderful property is. Situated within the Northumbrian village of Belsay, very rarely do such properties come onto the market with excellently proportioned accommodation alongside wonderful outside space, this Grade II listed house will appeal to all manner of buyers. Built circa 1830 out of local Belsay stone which was quarried just a few hundred yards away and originally The Temperance Hotel and then Arcade House Hotel, the dining room was the cafe, attracting cyclists and travellers until becoming a private residence in the later 1970's. The current owners have lived very happily in the property for 23 years and have enjoyed the friendly community spirit of Belsay, which remains a very sought after village offering semi rural living yet still very accessible to Newcastle City Centre and surrounding villages and towns. Arcade House combines effortlessly period features alongside modern living and offers fantastic outside space with private and secluded gardens to the front and side and detached lawned garden to the rear so there is something for everyone and we would urge viewing as essential to fully appreciate all that is on offer. With oil fired central heating the accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance lobby which leads into reception hallway, 22ft dining room to the front with access into the sitting room of similar size to the rear with magnificent marble fireplace, from the hallway there is a ground floor shower room/wc, kitchen with oil fired Aga, fabulous breakfast room which is bathed in lots of natural light and overlooks the side cottage garden and last but certainly not least is the beautiful conservatory which opens out to a walled courtyard garden, the ideal spot to sit and enjoy the private and peaceful surroundings. The first floor has four good sized bedrooms, the master of which is a very generous 23ft with an extensive range of fitted wardrobes, there is a family bathroom and full planning permission for the addition of two en-suite bathrooms. Externally to the front is an attractive arcaded entrance with historic iron railings, to the rear a double garage with electronically operated door, and there is also planning permission to create an extra garage. Garden wise there is a walled courtyard garden to the front, cottage garden to the side and across the lane to the rear is a generous lawned garden with an abundance of pretty flowers, bushes, shrubs and trees. Belsay Village has an award winning village shop, mobile fish and chip van once a week, Blacksmiths Coffee Shop and of course Belsay Hall and Castle and Bolam Lake are right on the doorstep. With an Ofsted rating of outstanding Belsay First School is very sought after and feeds into the highly acclaimed Ponteland schools system. With excellent transport links both North and South, Belsay sits in an idyllic location surrounded by glorious Northumbrian countryside, ideal for outdoor pursuits, and is also well placed for nearby Ponteland with a fantastic variety of amenities, leisure centre and Golf Club and Newcastle International Airport is also close by which also provides the Metro service to Newcastle City Centre, the coast and South of the River.
     
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  • Price: £535,000 
  • price_text: Offers in the Region Of £535,000