This stone-built, detached, three bedroom Farmhouse is set in a picturesque, charming and peaceful location in the heart of the Northumberland National Park. It was built Circa 1847 and is set in approximately 15 acres and surrounded by woodland.
The main house has been renovated sympathetically and to a high standard throughout. There are also large stone outbuildings, with stone flooring, beside the property. These are made up by an early Bastle from Circa 16th Century which currently has stabling in place to the ground floor, and a Longhouse having large storage space. There is plenty of scope for development of these buildings, subject to obtaining all the appropriate planning permissions, into either one large detached building or up to three separate dwellings.
The main building is offered with the benefits of double and triple glazing and solid fuel central heating, and the accommodation comprises: To The Ground Floor: Porch, Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Farmhouse Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Bathroom/WC. To The First Floor: Three Bedrooms, Bathroom/WC. The Bastle has a large loft/storage space to the first floor and stables to the lower floor with the potential for conversion/development. Next to the Bastle is a Longhouse with more scope for development.
The property is located between Bellingham and Kielder to the West of the Hesleyside Estate, surrounded by countryside and woodland. It is situated approximately 8 miles from Bellingham, which has a range of amenities and facilities to cater for your daily needs..
An early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate all that this property currently provides as well as the potential for further development offered by the surrounding land and outbuildings. For further information and your appointment to view please call our Hexham team on .
Staircase to first floor.
Double glazed sash window with open views to the front, exposed beamed ceiling, radiator, stone fireplace with inset multi-fuel stove.
Double glazed sash window with fantastic views to the front, stone inglenook fireplace, exposed beamed ceiling, radiator, walk-in pantry.
Triple glazed windows to the rear, tiled flooring, range of fitted wall and base units, single drainer sink unit with mixer taps and one and a half bowls, kitchen range with boiler providing central heating, tiled surrounds.
Plumbing for washing machine, doors to kitchen and ground floor bathroom/wc, opening to rear porch.
Triple glazed window to the rear, radiator, large walk-in shower cubicle, low level wc, wash hand basin
Triple glazed window to the rear, door leading to rear garden.
Velux window, study/reading area.
Double glazed sash window with delightful views to the front, radiator, airing cupboard, walk-in cupboard.
Double glazed sash window to the front with delightful views, radiator.
Two velux windows, radiator.
Two velux windows, radiators, panelled bath, low level wc, wash hand basin.
The Bastle is a two storey building with external stone steps leading to the loft area, which provides a large space for storage or the potential to convert into living/working accommodation. The ground floor is approached separately and there are then original stables and stone flooring - this also has the potential to be converted, subject to obtaining the required planning consents. The Longhouse was built later than the Bastle and is attached to it. This long single storey building also has the potential to be converted, subject to obtaining the required planning consents. There are barn doors that open out to the rear garden.
The property sits in approximately 15 acres of land. It has a long driveway leading to the house, with fields to either side. The property is also surrounded by fields and woodland and it lies within the Northumberland National Park.
The property falls within Council Tax Band B.
The property is off grid and generates its own electricity with solar panels, wind turbine and batteries, having a back up diesel generator.
The water is provided from a bore hole and the drainage is via a private septic tank.