Accommodation in brief: Reception Hall | Drawing Room | Dining Room | Conservatory | Cloakroom/WC | Rear Hall | Boot Room | Study | Sitting Room | Kitchen/Breakfast Room | Utility Room | Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room | Guest Bedroom with En-Suite Bathroom | Four Further Double Bedrooms | Two Family Bathrooms | WC | Two Second Floor Double Bedrooms
Driveway | Detached Double Garage | Gardens | Paddocks
Pasture House is a substantial country house, which has been sympathetically extended and renovated to an extremely high standard over recent years. The generous accommodation offers flexibility, with the potential for separate accommodation for dependent relatives. This handsome property benefits from far-reaching countryside views in a stunning rural setting and is only a short drive from the market town of Hexham and commutable to the major centre of employment in the north east. Pasture House offers privacy, tranquillity and accessibility.
An impressive stone portico entrance gives access to the main front door which opens into a generous and welcoming reception hall with stone flagged floor and staircase which leads up to the galleried landing. The dual aspect drawing room has a fireplace with a Jotul wood burning stove and stone surround, high skirting boards, ceiling rose and French doors to the conservatory which leads on to the rear garden. A guest cloakroom is also accessed from the reception hall. A secondary front door leads to a useful boot room and through to the rear hall off which are doors to the dining room, study, sitting room and kitchen/breakfast room. The dining room provides excellent entertaining space and benefits from French doors to the rear garden and a feature fireplace. A study, which has dual aspect windows to the front and side, would provide ample space to work from home while the generous sitting room with mulit-fuel burning back boiler stove has French doors onto a stone flagged terrace. The stunning kitchen/breakfast room has a range of newly fitted bespoke solid oak units and granite worktops, integrated dishwasher, Neff induction hob and electric combi-microwave oven, cream oil-fired aga, Rangemaster wine cooler and Liebherr American-style fridge/freezer. This fabulous everyday entertaining space has French doors to the rear garden, and benefits from practical Vitra ceramic tiled flooring which continues through to the adjoining utility room which is fitted with cream units, granite surfaces, Butler sink, space for washing machine and tumble drier and new Worcester boiler with thermal store system.
The first floor has an impressive galleried landing with reading area which gives access to the first floor bedrooms and bathrooms; a further staircase leads to the upper floor. The master bedroom has hand-painted fitted wardrobes with window seat and storage below, and a large contemporary en-suite shower room with a fully tiled walk-in shower enclosure, wc and twin wash hand basins with heated demister mirrors and coordinating wall units. There is a further double bedroom with en-suite bathroom with white classic Heritage sanitary ware. Four further double bedrooms and two family bathrooms are also located on this floor. On the second floor there are two further double bedrooms, one of which has a study/sitting area, which would also make an excellent media room or teenage/independent relative accommodation.
The property is accessed off a quiet country lane and has a private driveway which leads to a gravelled driveway with space for several vehicles. To the side of the house there is a detached stone-built double garage, two stone-built outhouses and gated access into one of the paddocks. The rear garden, arranged in two areas both with stone-flagged terraces to take advantage of sunlight at different times of day, has a variety of mature shrubs and holly hedging which provide a high degree of privacy. The south-facing garden to the side has an ornamental pond and raised lawn with a small orchard of fruit trees.
Adjoining the property are two grazing paddocks together with two loose boxes with a tack room. In all, the property extends to over 9 acres. There are no public rights of way across the property.
Low Juniper is a peaceful, rural hamlet situated in Hexhamshire which offers all the attractions of rural life with the benefit of being just a few miles from the attractive market town of Hexham. The beautiful surrounding area provides walks and other country pursuits, with golf courses and a racecourse within easy reach. Hexham offers a good range of local services including excellent comprehensive schooling, shopping, professional services and a hospital. Newcastle city centre provides further comprehensive cultural, educational, recreational and shopping facilities.
For the commuter the A69 provides good access to Newcastle Airport and City Centre, Carlisle and onward access to the A1 and M6. The rail station at Hexham provides regular links to both Newcastle and Carlisle, which in turn link to other main line services to major UK cities north and south. Newcastle International Airport and the A1 are all within easy reach.
Approximate mileages: Hexham 3.7 miles | Corbridge 6.6 miles | Newcastle City Centre 19.0 miles | Newcastle International Airport 20.1 miles | Gateshead 27.5 miles | Durham 41.4 miles