This exceptional traditional residence benefits from beautiful landscaped gardens and a tranquil village location. The property has a wealth of magnificent features including exceptional stone inglenook fireplaces, sash windows with shutters, a walled garden and a range of outbuildings. The property requires updating allowing for potential purchasers to tailor this fabulous home to their personal requirements. Whitridge House is accessed via a private driveway with generous parking area and a detached garage. The front door opens to a convenient porch with French doors to the dining room and a charming dual aspect drawing room both of which have impressive feature fireplaces. There is a kitchen to the rear with stone feature wall and Aga inset, a useful utility area and a third comfortable reception room. There are two separate staircases to the first floor, one from the dining room and one from reception room three making this property particularly of interest to those looking to create a separate annex. The property has three sizeable double bedrooms, a single bedroom with en-suite shower room, family bathroom and linen cupboard. Externally Whitridge House occupies a wonderful mature plot circa 1/3rd of an acre within Kirkwhelpington conservation area. The colourful garden has stunning herbaceous borders, sizeable lawns, parking for several vehicles, a detached garage and stone outbuildings. Whitridge Sike runs through the garden and there are bridges over the sike creating lovely features. Kirkwhelpington is a picturesque Northumbrian village located off the A696 between Ponteland and Otterburn. There is a village hall, post office, St Bartholomew’s Church, highly regarded schools nearby and shops and amenities a short drive away in Ponteland and Otterburn.