This unique home was formerly two separate properties and a ‘Smithy’ that have now been connected to form a quirky large house, packed with the rustic charm often found with stone-built rural Northumberland property. Located in the small hamlet of Warenford, it is easily reached just off the A1, and is only approx. five miles to the award-winning Bamburgh Castle and village at the coast. Whilst there are stunning views over fields to the front, and a gorgeous large lawn and country cottage garden to the rear, the property itself would make an ideal project for a buyer who would like to redevelop or redesign the country home to suit their individual taste or use. Whether it be a second home, holiday let, or a main residence, this charming Northumberland retreat offers amazing space in a beautiful area of rural Northumberland.
The accommodation is described as having: an entrance porch with staircase to the first floor, door through to the spacious dining kitchen with walk-in pantry, partially open to a large lounge with wood-burner and an additional staircase that leads primarily to a first floor attic-style room. Leading from the lounge there is a rear lobby with access to a ground floor shower room, store room, and the rear garden. A further three bedrooms are accessed from the main staircase located off the main entrance area to the house. Externally there is a large integral garage, log store and a beautiful well stocked rear garden.
Double glazed entrance door, window to front and side, tiled floor, door leading to inner hall with staircase to the first floor and door to dining room.
DINING ROOM – 11’11 x 13’4 (3.64m x 4.08m)
Double glazed window to front, wood flooring, radiator, exposed beams and partial wood panelling.
KITCHEN – 11’5 x 11’0 (3.50m x 3.37m)
Double glazed window to rear, fitted base units, electric cooker point, storage cupboard, door to pantry, sink with double drainer, solid wood bespoke unit and worktop.
PANTRY – 5’3 x 11’2 (1.60m x 3.42m)
Window with extractor fan to rear, electric power points, and shelving.
LOUNGE – 23’0 x 16’10 (7.02m x 5.14m)
Three double glazed windows to the front, staircase to first floor, multi-fuel burning stove on a stone hearth, wood flooring, fireplace with tiled hearth, exposed wood beams, fitted shelves and cupboards.
Door into rear garden, tiled floor, space for washing machine, door to tool store and door to shower room.
Velux window, tiled floor, W.C., pedestal wash hand basin, shower, vanity light, heated towel rail, extractor fan, and airing cupboard housing water tank.
TOOL ROOM – 5’10 x 8’10 (1.79m x 2.71m)
BEDROOM ONE (ATTIC ROOM) – 15’10 x 8’10 (4.84m x 2.7m) (restricted head height)
Two Velux windows, dormer window, raised bed platform, double radiator, storage into the eaves, narrow door access to bedroom two.
BEDROOM TWO – 12’6 x 12’6 (3.82m x 3.83m)
Double glazed window to front, wood flooring, over stairs storage cupboard, and double radiator.
BEDROOM THREE – 12’4 x 11’0 (3.76m x 3.35m)
Double glazed window to rear, exposed stripped floorboards, and double radiator.
BEDROOM FOUR (over garage) – 17’11 x 14’4 (5.48m x 4.37m)
Four Velux windows, wood flooring, and fitted wardrobes.
Pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C., panelled bath, Velux window, part tiled walls/splash backs, vinyl flooring and heated towel rail.
To the front there is a paved area and a planted area with shrubs and flowers. To the rear there is an enclosed garden mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs, fruit garden and log store.
Mains electricity, water and drainage to a shared Septic Tank (Kraft Digester), and oil fired central heating.
Freehold. Should you proceed with the purchase of this property, these details must be verified by your Solicitor.