Northumberland Street, Alnmouth , Northumberland

£650,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Bradley hall are delighted to bring to the market this 5 Bedroom coastal property.This pretty, characterful, period property appears on the 1740`s maps of Alnmouth and is deceptively spacious with driveway parking for two cars, garage and a lovely sunny courtyard garden. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own this fantastic family home, in one of the most sought-after coastal villages in Northumberland. This wonderful stone home has many original feature throughout with the benefit of not being a listed building, leaving room for the new owners to add their own stamp on this versatile, light and homely house. Ground Floor: entrance hallway/ dining room / kitchen diner/ utility / pantry area / WC / lounge / third reception roomFirst Floor Front: Master bedroom used as first floor lounge / bathroom / bedroom two double / bedroom three single/ First Floor Kitchen. First Floor Back: bedroom four double / bedroom five double / shower room / bathroom / Entering the property into the front hall way, there is a large cloaks' area with wood panelling to the walls, and stairs lead to the first floor front of house. A door takes you into the characterful dining area with fabulous half round beams on the ceiling that look like reclaimed ships masts. Dual aspect double glazed wooden sash windows add natural light to this lovely room, and a large inglenook fireplace with wood burner bring warmth and create a cosy homely space. A further door leads on into the kitchen diner, which is another spacious room with lots of natural light and views over the court yard. There are plenty of cottage style kitchen units and integrated appliances including a slimline dishwasher and under bench fridge. The statement piece in this family room is a fantastic navy blue AGA in a stone inglenook, giving warmth and cooking facilities. This spacious room leaves plenty of room for a table and chairs, whilst beams add character to the ceiling. The windows are also wooden double glazed sash. The utility room has plumbing and spaces for washing machine, separate dryer, fridge and freezer. A pantry cupboard and linen cupboard are also found in this useful space. Furthermore, there's also access to the ground floor WC with hand basin and artfully finished glass mosaic floor. The lounge follows on from the kitchen diner. This is a spacious light room with beams on the celling and double glazed wooden sash windows, offering further views in to the court yard. The rear hallway runs between the lounge and rear reception room, and provides access to the rear porch with uPVC double glazed windows and a door providing access to the sunny court yard gardens, parking area and garage. The rear reception room is currently used as a hobby room and quiet sitting area, but it is a very versatile area that could have many uses, including an extra ground floor bedroom. There are two staircases leading to the first floor. Taking the rear staircase first, this leads up to the rear first floor landing, where you find two good sized double bedrooms and two bathrooms. Bedroom Four is a light and airy spacious room with access to the court yard, and up to the parking area and garage via a door that leads out from the rear bedroom wall to outside. The wooden double glazed windows look on to the courtyard. There is also useful built in storage on the landing. Bedroom five is another roomy characterful double room. Both bedrooms in this area of the house have painted striped wood floors, and wooden double glazed sash windows.There are two bathrooms one comprising of a shower cubicle with electric shower, WC, hand basin and heated towel rail. The second has a centrepiece of an freestanding opulent claw foot bath, vanity unit with sink, WC, and Victorian style towel rail.The front staircase leads to the front first floor. Once on the first-floor landing there are various doors leading off. The master bedroom is currently used as a first floor lounge, and is a good spacious light room with views over the front of the property and benefits from the afternoon sunlight that lights the window seat. An original wooden door in this room leads into the family bathroom, which comprises of cast iron bath, separate shower cubicle, hand basin, WC and heated towel rail. Across the landing there are two further bedrooms. Bedroom two is a light and spacious double room with front street views, built in cupboards, and there is loft access with ladder in this room. Bedroom three is a cosy single room with a feature window seat also bathed in natural light. There is also a first floor kitchen, which boasts plenty of wall and base units, space for a fridge freezer, a built in electric oven and ceramic hob, and a kitchen sink with a window above giving the best views over the sunny quiet court yard.Externally this is a very special property, with an impressive stone frontage. There is a side access road leading to the off street parking for two cars and another parking space in the separate garage, which benefits from electric and light. The studio is near the garage and provides a great versatile area which could be used as an art room, home office, sun room or children's play area. There is a good power supply and light in this brick built slate roofed building. Near the studio is another brick and slate built storage building which could also have many uses. The peaceful courtyard gardens provide various areas which feel like a fabulous hidden oasis, a place to retreat to with a glass of wine in the evening or to while away the sunny coastal days in this sought after atmospheric village. The Village of Alnmouth benefits from lots of cafes, pubs, restaurants, alongside a newsagents, post office and deli, as well as a fabulous beach, and is a greatly sought-after place to both live and holiday. The proximity to Alnmouth train station is a great asset, it is walking distance or a short car ride away, giving you main line access to both London and Edinburgh. The nearby towns and villages of Alnwick, Warkworth and Amble provide many other amenities from doctors to larger supermarkets, all in a fifteen minute drive. Alnmouth also boasts two golf courses (one 9 hole and one 18 hole) and a cricket club, whilst Lesbury offers a bowls club.

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