Paisley House, Stannersburn

Paisley House Hexham NE48 1DD UK
Paisley House Hexham NE48 1DD UK
  • £425,000
  • 4
  • 1
  • 2
  • Charm & Character
  • Council Tax Band D
  • Detached Family Home
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Freehold
  • Gardens
  • Open Views
  • Suitable to a Number Buyers

Situated on the border of the National Park this impressive stone built three/four bedroom detached family home has an abundance of charm and character.

The gardens of Paisley House are a key attraction for the property with stunning open views.

Stannersburn has an award winning public house and restaurant.

The village of Bellingham is close by which has an array of day-to-day shopping, schools and even a golf course. The market town of Hexham is located approximately 25 miles South East and the city of Newcastle Upon Tyne is 40 miles to the South East.

Paisley House has been in the same family since 1863.

The accommodation is spacious and very versatile benefitting from triple glazing and central heating. There are also solar panels; gardens to the front and rear; there is an additional piece of garden which is across the road from Paisley House.

Viewing is essential to appreciate the tranquil location, size and internal quality the property has to offer.

Reception Hall:
Staircase leading to first floor.

Sitting Room: 16’8(5.08m) x 13’10(4.22m)
Window to the front elevation with original window shutters and panelling beneath; picture rail; radiator.

Dining Kitchen: 16’8(5.08m) x 12’4(3.76m)
Fitted with an excellent range of wall and base cabinets; contrasting work surfaces and splash back; electric eye-level double oven; electric hob with extractor above; circular stainless steel sink with mixer tap over; large under stair storage cupboard.

Utility Room: 15’0(4.57m) x 7’5(2.26m)
Fitted with wall and base cabinets; contrasting work surfaces incorporating one and half bowl stainless steel sink unit and drainer with mixer tap over; plumbing for washing machine.

Rear Hall:
External door to garden.
Tool cupboard and store cupboard.

Inner Hall:
Recess coat hooks.

Second Hallway with external door to the front elevation.

Snug/Home Office/Ground Floor Bedroom: 10’4(3.15m) x 10’6(3.20m)
Window to the front elevation.

Wet Room: 4’4(1.32m) x 10’2(3.10m)
Having waterproof boarding to walls and a non- slip floor; shower with shower seat; window.

First Floor.

Bedroom: 8’0(2.44m) x 10’10(3.30m)
Situated to the front elevation enjoying lovely views; shelved cupboard; radiator.

Hallway/Home Office Area.

Bedroom: 10’6(3.20m) x 12’10(3.91m) plus recess
Window to the front elevation with lovely views; radiator.

Bedroom: 11’0(3.35m) x 8’10(2.69m)
Situated to the side elevation; radiator.

Comprising of double shower unit; hand basin set into a vanity unit with mixer tap over; low level WC; waterproof panelling to walls and tiled floor; radiator.

Master Bedroom: 16’8(5.08m) x 13’10(4.22m)
Situated to the front; radiator.

To the front elevation the garden which has a stone wall and railings has two lawned areas and planted with a mix of herbaceous perennials. To the rear the garden is has vegetables, fruit bushes and trees; lawn and borders; timber garden shed.

It is our understanding that the Property is not registered at the Land Registry which is the case with a significant proportion of land across England, Scotland and Wales. Your conveyancer will take the necessary steps and advise you accordingly.

Freehold – It is understood that this property is freehold, but should you decide to proceed with the purchase of this property, the Tenure must be verified by your Legal Adviser
Council Tax Band: D
EPC Rating: TBC

Property Documents

Energy Performance Certificate


  • Residential, Sale
  • Property Type
  • 4
  • Bedrooms
  • 2
  • Bathrooms

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