4 bed detached house
A handsome late 19th century country residence beautifully set within generous grounds and fine view ...
A handsome late 19th century country residence beautifully set within generous grounds and fine views to open countryside. Four beds. Three baths (two ensuite). Beautiful living space. Convenient for Carlisle/M6 and Brampton/A69 for Newcastle. Description A handsome late 19th century detached country residence beautifully set within generous grounds enjoying fine views to open countryside. Four beds. Three baths (two ensuite). Beautiful living space. Convenient for Carlisle/M6 and Brampton/A69 for Newcastle. APPROXIMATE DISTANCES IN MILE Brampton 3.5 | M6 J44 6.5 | Carlisle 7 | Lake District - Ullswater 28.5 | Newcastle International Airport 50.5 ACCMMODATION SUMMARY Portico | Vestibule | Hall and stairs | Dining room with bay and dual aspect | Sitting room with wide bay | Fitted kitchen diner | Gun room | Utility room | Bedroom one with dual aspect | Bedroom two with ensuite shower room | Bedroom three with balcony and ensuite bathroom | Bedroom four with spiral staircase to loft room | Bathroom | Generous grounds of around 1 acre | Energy Performance rating E | Council Tax Band D | Mains water and electricity | Oil central heating - recently fitted A rated boiler | Private drainage shared by four | Freehold with area of small flying freehold SITUATION AND DESCRIPTION Beanlands is a delightful home circa 1870 and being the main wing of a gentleman's residence. The accommodation is beautifully formed including four generously sized double bedrooms with three bathrooms (two of which are ensuite). Beanlands forms part of the small settlement being tucked away down a private lane. The approach is impressive, the property enjoying the benefit of a generous area of hard-standing fronting the principal entrance with its impressive portico porch and balcony over. This sets the tone for the property, the style and character which features throughout, does not disappoint. The elegant living space with tall wide window openings create a wonderful light and airy feel. The principal rooms look out over the garden and ha-ha to open countryside and the Pennines. The accommodation is in good order and the quality of the original construction and fabrication of the property is significant including extensive use of quality woodwork and delightful moulded architraves plus original panelled doors. Decorative ceiling cornices are retained as are fine original fireplaces to the principal living rooms and bedrooms. The property is well appointed and is complemented by a beautiful setting and superb views. The southern boundary has an area of matured woodland which incorporates an appealing trail and garden shed. The charming timber lined summerhouse nestles on the edge of the woodland with sandstone terrace fronting and views to the garden and open country beyond. Accessed from the two principal reception rooms is a generously sized and most private sandstone terrace which gives way to the lower lawned area, ultimately bounded by a ha-ha to the fields beyond. Viewing of this beautiful home is recommended to fully appreciate the character and setting.
4 bed house
HOUSE The Meadows is a four bedroom stone built barn conversion which is well presented throughout a ...
HOUSE The Meadows is a four bedroom stone built barn conversion which is well presented throughout and enjoys stunning countryside views. The ground floor accommodation comprises of a living room which is warm and cosy housing a beautiful multi fuel stove with double doors leading out onto the garden and patio area. There is a useful study/playroom just off from the living area which then leads down into a bright and airy kitchen diner which has shaker style units with complimentary solid oak work surfaces incorporating a Belfast sink and a Rangemaster cooker. There is also a larder style built in fridge along with an integral dishwasher and microwave. From the kitchen is further space which has recently been extended to incorporate a useful utility/boot room which comprises of floor to ceiling units with space for white goods. A downstairs shower room with double shower, WC and wash hand basin. Access to the drive and front garden which is landscaped. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms and one single bedroom, the master bedroom has a Juliet balcony looking out onto the stunning countryside. The main bathroom includes a bath, separate shower, WC and wash hand basin. Externally the properties benefit from private gardens with stunning views, a garage and ample parking. There is up to 18.5 acres of land available by separate negotiation, this land is located approximately 2 miles from the property. COTTAGES There are two charming self contained holiday cottages which are currently let out through Wyndham Vacations providing an income, both with outstanding views of the surrounding countryside. The Wallaces is a three bedroom cottage with large kitchen diner, and utility room, providing one double bedroom and two twin bedrooms. The main bathroom has a bath with overhead shower, WC and wash hand basin. Wallace Cottage is the smaller of the two, the ground floor accommodation has a kitchen diner, living room downstairs WC and one single bedroom. The first floor accommodation includes a large master bedroom, main bathroom with panelled bath, shower, wash hand basin and WC. Externally both cottages benefit from an enclosed garden with patio area. LOCATION Slaggyford is a small village in Northumberland approximately 5 miles from Alston. The A69 provides excellent commuter links east and west providing easy access to Carlisle (24 miles) Hexham (21 miles) and Haltwhistle (8 miles). Alston lies within the North Pennines area of outstanding natural beauty and is the 'highest market town in England'. SERVICES The Meadows Mains electricity and water are connected. Oil fired central heating to radiators also supplying the domestic hot water. Drainage via a shared septic tank. The Cottages Mains electricity and water are connected, oil fired central heating to radiators also supply the domestic hot water. Drainage is via a shared septic tank. CHARGES Northumberland County Council tax band C. VIEWINGS Viewing is strictly by appointment. Arrangements can be made by contacting YoungsRPS, Hexham on 01434 608980. FREE MARKET APPRAISAL We would be pleased to provide professional, unbiased advice on the current value and marketing of your existing home.