An Outstanding Four/Five Bedroom Characterful Property
Located in the Highly Regarded and Historic Village of Warkworth
Impressive and Deceptively Spacious Accommodation
Oak Beams and Vaulted Ceilings
Well Appointed Kitchen and Main Bathroom plus an En-Suite and a Further Downstairs Shower Room
Summerhouse and Undercover Parking for Two Cars
No Upward Chain - Viewing Strongly Recommended
An outstanding four/five bedroom stone and brick built barn conversion offering exceptional and versatile accommodation, situated in a small hamlet of similar properties within walking distance to the historic village of Warkworth with boutique shops, cafes, pubs, restaurants, post office and primary school. This deceptively spacious property (conversion completed circa 2009) is impeccably presented throughout with excellent living space and characterful beams within apex ceilings. Benefitting from double glazing, underfloor heating and hot water solar panels, the accommodation briefly comprises to the ground floor: a welcoming and bright entrance hall, downstairs w.c., superb lounge and dining area with oak beams and patio doors overlooking the courtyard and garden. There is a well-appointed breakfast kitchen with granite worktops and a characterful beamed ceiling and the separate utility/boot room has it’s own entrance door leading onto the courtyard. A separate dining room could be used as a second sitting/TV room or bedroom and an inner hallway leads to two further bedrooms and a downstairs shower room. This area of the property could be a guest suite with one of the bedrooms being utilised as a snug. To the first floor from the spacious landing are two double bedrooms, one with an en-suite together with a main bathroom. Outside, a blocked paved courtyard and lawn area provides a lovely sheltered and private space to sit and enjoy the warmer months of the year and there is a summerhouse and undercover parking for two vehicles. Warkworth boasts its own beautiful sandy beach and links golf course, the 13th century Castle stands proud above the village and the River Coquet meanders through Warkworth with lovely riverside walks, fishing and watersports of paddle boarding and kayaking. The village lies close to the traditional harbour town of Amble with a good selection of shops, cafes and restaurants; during the summer months there are trips to Coquet Island to see puffins, seabirds and marine life. The larger towns of Alnwick and Morpeth are also close by along with a train station in the neighbouring village of Alnmouth with services to Edinburgh, Newcastle and beyond. The villages along the glorious coastline of Northumberland are just a short drive away and Druridge Bay Country Park with its fabulous beach, watersports lake and country walks also lies close to hand. We would advise an early internal viewing of this impressive property to fully appreciate the generous and delightful accommodation being offered. The property is being sold with no upward chain.